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The use of clinical practice groups in improving anaemia diagnosis and management - Professor Derralynn Hughes Royal Free Hospital

Professor Derralynn Hughes Group Director for clinical pathways; Clinical Director of Research and Innovation Royal Free Hospital. Clinical Director North Central Cancer Alliance; Professor Experimental Haematology, Honorary Consultant- Haematology; Lysosomal Storage Disorders University College London, speaking during the Takeda organised Rare Blood Day 2022, presents on how clinical practice groups work to improve quality of life in patients presenting with anaemia

Gaucher Disease
Allied Professional
Specialist Nurse
Bleeding Disorders
Inherited Metabolic Disorders
Anaemia Diagnosis and Management
Clinical Pathways
Derralynn Hughes
Rare Blood Day

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August 2022