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Dr Sue Pavord

Dr Susannah Pavord

Haematology

 

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Dr Sue Pavord is a Consultant Haematologist at Oxford University Hospitals and The Nuffield Health Manor Hospital, and an Associate Senior Lecturer at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford. She is a well-known and respected haematologist with a national and international profile. She is fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Royal College of Pathologists.

She qualified from the University of Leicester in 1988 and in her early career, spent time at McMaster University, Canada, researching Immune haematology. She has over 25 years’ experience in clinical and laboratory haematology.

Her specialist areas of interest are anaemia and iron management, immune haematology, inherited and acquired bleeding disorders, thrombosis and anticoagulation, thrombosis prevention and obstetric haematology.

She leads a national group to drive the UK agenda on anaemia management, emphasising the importance of correcting preoperative anaemia to improve patient outcomes after surgery.

She is a pioneer in the field of Obstetric Haematology and co-founded the British Society for Haematology Obstetric Haematology Group in 2004, highlighting the importance of specialised input in the management of pregnant patients with haematological conditions.

She is co-editor of a leading textbook, The Obstetric Haematology Manual (Pavord Hunt) and produced the national guidelines on anaemia in pregnancy and inherited bleeding disorders in pregnancy. She runs an international course in the field and is in demand as a national and international speaker.

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Anaemia; Iron deficiency; ImmuneHaematology; Bleeding conditions; Thrombosis; Antiphospholipid (Hughes) syndrome; Anticoagulation; obstetric haematology

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