Chairs: Dr Sue Pavord and Professor Beverley Hunt
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
The BSH Obstetric SIG is seeking a Vice Chair to take over from the current two co-Chairs when they step down in April 2021. The group, which was founded by the current co-Chairs, formally became a BSH SIG in 2016, has been active for many years and runs a very popular education day each June and a stimulating session at the ASM each year. The SIG is also seeking up to six committee members. All opportunities are open to BSH members. Please send in expressions of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form below by 30 June.
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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