Chairs: Dr Gill Swallow
Obstetric Haematology is an area which does not have the luxury of large numbers of randomised controlled trials and good quality prospective studies, so expert opinion and shared experience is invaluable.
To enhance communication and education, and to raise the profile of this emerging sub-specialty, Dr Sue Pavord and Professor Beverley Hunt established the Obstetric Haematology Group in 2001.
This group provides a supportive network to help clinicians in this high stakes area.
Our members range from:
- maternal medicine
- obstetrician and haematology consultants
- registrars and trainees
- midwives and nurses
For more information email [email protected] or call 020 7713 0990.
Join the Obstetric Haematology Special Interest Group. The SIG welcomes both BSH members and non-members and is free to join.
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Obstetric haematology interest and barriers to research survey
We are interested in your experiences and barriers to research in obstetric haematology.
We have extended the deadline to complete our obstetric haematology interest and barriers to research survey and would be grateful if you could take 5-10 minutes to share your views.
The findings will inform future work of the BSH Obstetric Haematology Special Interest Group, with collated responses shared with the national non-malignant haematology clinical research network.