This is an enjoyable, intensive three-day course on Haematology in Obstetrics held in one of the Oxford Colleges. It includes didactic teaching on major topics from national experts in the field, as well as interactive sessions and workshops. Enjoyed by consultants and registrars in haematology, obstetrics and obstetric anaesthetics, as well as specialist nurses, midwives and clinical pharmacists.

Date: Monday 18 - Wednesday 20 September 2023
Venue: St Edmund Hall, Oxford

Topics included in lectures and/or small group work:

  • Physiological changes in pregnancy
  • Cellular abnormalities in pregnancy:Anaemia, thrombocytopenia, myeloproliferative disease, bone marrow disorders, haemoglobinopathies
  • Fetal alloimmune syndromes: Red cell alloimmunisation, neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia
  • Maternal thrombophilia and thrombosis, management of mechanical heart valves in pregnancy, antiphospholipid syndrome and fetal loss
  • Management of inherited and acquired bleeding disorders in pregnancy and delivery

Programme

To facilitate the interactive style of the course, places are limited, and allocated on a first come basis.

For further information please contact the course organiser [email protected] or the course administrator [email protected]

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