Research

We are an experienced multi-disciplinary clinical academic team, conducting translational research in the field of thrombosis and haemostasis. Our group’s research is focused on 4 key themes:

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Venous Thromboembolism

Research completed under this theme include:

Currently, under this theme, we have recently completed recruitment and are analysing the findings from the Follow-up In Rivaroxaban patientS in seTting of thromboembolism registry. The aim of the FIRST Registry is to study the incidence of long-term complications (VTE, PTS and CTEPH) for VTE treated with rivaroxaban without bridging heparin (up to 5 years) in routine clinical practice. Links to early findings from FIRST: Experience of rivaroxaban in the obese

 

Women's health 

Research completed under this theme include:

Currently the following study is being undertaken under this theme:

Abnormal uterine bleeding in women PrescribEd anticoagulant theRapy – understandIng wOmen’s experiences and Developing a consensus on management – the PERIOD study

 

Acquired bleeding states

Research completed under this theme include:

 

The safe and effective use of anticoagulants

Research completed under this theme include: