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Nurses Webinar: Hemostasis: Emerging Therapies

 Export to Your Calendar 6/5/2018
When: Tuesday, June 5, 2018
14:00 UTC

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Hemostasis: Emerging Therapies

 

June 5, 2018 14:00 - 15:00 UTC

(June 5 10:00 EDT)


Speakers:

Jim Munn "Approaches to care with non-factor novel therapies: A new landscape"

Kate Khair "Approaches to care with current factor therapies"

 

Moderator: Jen Maahs

 

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Biographies

Jim Munn

Jim Munn has been the Hemophilia & Coagulation Disorders Program Nurse Coordinator at Michigan Medicine since 01/1996.  He has been involved in the hemophilia nursing community at every level – recently completing his membership on the WFH Nurses Committee where he was the chair.  Currently, he is the vice-chair of the ISTH Nursing Forum and a founding member of the Global Hemostasis Nurses Alliance.  Hemophilia camp is a passion of Jim’s and he chaired a committee that established Health Center Guidelines for bleeding disorders camps in use in North America.

Dr. Kate Khair

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, London, UK

Visiting Professor Health and Social Care, London Southbank University

Since becoming a state registered nurse, Kate has gained a number of other professional qualifications including state registration in paediatric nursing, a master’s degree in anthropology, a City and Guilds master’s degree in higher levels of practice, several modules in advanced nursing and a PhD in health and social care. Kate is an advocate of the nurses role in the multi-disciplinary team, is the chair of the UK Haemophilia Nurses Association and of the nurses committee of the World Federation of Haemophilia (WFH).

Kate has worked in the haemophilia centre at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children since 1991, she also works closely with the outcomes research in childhood health, illness and disability (ORCHID) team at the hospital where her academic time is used to better understand living with bleeding disorders from a child and family perspective and evaluation of health care outcomes. Kate is also the editor-in-chief of The Journal of Haemophilia Practice which was developed to encourage allied health professionals so share best practice through case studies and qualitative research.  

Jennifer Maahs, MSN, PNP

Jennifer Maahs, MSN, PNP, is a board certified hemostasis nurse and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at the Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center (IHTC) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ms. Maahs received her bachelor’s of science in nursing from Ohio State University and her master’s degree in nursing from Indiana University. 

Ms. Maahs has over 20 years’ experience working with patients with bleeding disorders. She is a past experience includes: Chair of NHF’s Nursing Working Group, member of MASAC, HTRS Meeting Multidisciplinary Co-Chair, THSNA planning committee  and a recipient of NHF’s nurse of the year.   Jennifer is currently faculty for the Partners in Hemophilia Education Program and a committee member of ISTH Nurse Forum.

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