Dates: 09 – 11 September 2019
Location: St Edmund Hall, Queen's Lane, Oxford, OX1 4AR
The 2-3 day postgraduate residential course aims to develop understanding of the physiology and pathology of obstetric haematology conditions and provide practical guidance for disease prevention and management. The teaching style is predominantly case-based, to provide practical advice for the management of women with haematological disorders in pregnancy.
Topics covered include:
- Placental development and physiological changes to the blood
- Anaemia in Pregnancy
- Thrombocytopenia in Pregnancy
- Management of Neonatal Alloimmune Thrombocytopenia (NAIT)
- Red Cell Antibodies in Pregnancy
- Bone marrow disorders in pregnancy
- The Management of Haemoglobinopathies in Pregnancy
- Haemoglobinopathy Screening
- Haemostatic Changes in Pregnancy
- Identification of carriers and prenatal diagnosis for Inherited Bleeding Disorders
- Management of Inherited Bleeding Disorders
- Obstetric Haemorrhage and Point of Care Testing
- Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in pregnancy and the puerperium
- Management of Suspected VTE in Pregnancy
- Antiphospholipid Syndrome in Pregnancy
- Management of mechanical heart valves in pregnancy
The course is mostly aimed at consultants and trainees in both haematology and obstetrics but previous years have also received good feedback from anaesthetists, pharmacists, scientists and specialist nurses/midwives.
Places are limited to optimise learning and interaction: allocation is by first come basis.
For programme, registration details and administrative information please contact Joyce Dyer (E:firstname.lastname@example.org)