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Expert Guidance for Therapy Management.

Factor My Way Nurse Educators are professionally trained to answer questions you may have related to Octapharma factor therapy, inform you on what you should expect in regards to your treatment, and discuss concerns regarding potential treatment issues.

Here are a few of the types of questions that you might ask:

  • My factor has been at room temperature for a few days – should I refrigerate it?
  • How should I prepare an area for safe infusion?
  • I will be traveling soon – what supplies should I take with me?
  • What kind of information should I log about my infusions?

The important thing is, if you have a question, ask it. If our Nurse Educators cannot answer the question, they will steer you to the right person.

For questions specific to your personal diagnosis, individualized therapy regimen, or particular symptoms, contact your health care provider.

Janella Swartz

Janella Swartz has been a member of the bleeding disorders community for over twelve years. Throughout the past decade, Janella has worked closely with Hemophilia Treatment Centers, Specialty Pharmacies, and patients as a skilled home infusion nurse. Now, in her role as a Nurse Educator, Janella hopes to empower the bleeding disorders community by providing them with current information on their disorder and encouraging them to ask questions and advocate when needed. Janella received her RN degree from Leominster Hospital School of Nursing with an affiliation with Fitchburg State College. She lives in Franklin, Massachusetts with her husband and three adult children.

Martina Willis-McCullough

Martina Willis-McCullough has been in the bleeding disorders community for almost 10 years, serving as the Clinic and Nurse Coordinator in the Alabama Hemophilia Program. She has extensive experience in care coordination of bleeding disorder patients and is skilled in presenting to patients, medical professionals and schools. Martina’s professional interest focuses on critical inquiry, which enables members of the bleeding disorder community to recognize a variety of medical situations, take appropriate action, and evaluate the outcomes of those actions. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Samford University and has over 25 years of hospital and clinical experience. Martina resides in Birmingham, Alabama and has 4 adult children.

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