Prof. Niamh O’Connell

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  • National Coagulation Centre, St James's Hospital
  • location Republic of Ireland

Prof Niamh O’Connell is a Consultant Haematologist at the National Coagulation Centre (NCC), St. James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland and has taken on the role of National Haemophilia Director since early 2018. The NCC is the lead comprehensive care centre for adults in Ireland and provides a hub of clinical services, research, training and education on a national basis. The NCC, in partnership with the Irish Haemophilia Society, is committed to delivering high quality and safe healthcare and to promoting healthy and successful living for people and their families living with haemophilia and other coagulation disorders. Research interests include clinical trials in novel therapies for haemophilia, clinical outcomes in haemophilia and application of information technology solutions in the management of haemophilia.

Prof. Niamh O’Connell has received financial support/sponsorship for research support, consultation, or speaker fees from the following companies:

Programmes developed by Prof. Niamh O’Connell

Haemostasis expert panel Interactive e-learning
Hemostasis and bleeding disorders 
Normalising Haemostasis in Haemophilia: Panel Discussion and E-learning

Will the expert panellists change the way you think about managing haemophilia?

Prof. Pål Andrè Holme, Prof. Niamh O'Connell, Assoc. Prof. Jan Blatný
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  • clock 45 MIN
  • calendar Sep 2023

Educational programme supported by an independent medical education grant from Sobi.
HTC paper image Publication
Hemostasis and bleeding disorders 
Changing paradigms of haemophilia care across larger specialised treatment centres in Europe

Paper published in Therapeutic Advances in Hematology

Prof. Jerzy Windyga, Prof. Cedric Hermans, Prof. Niamh O'Connell, Prof. Irena Preloznik Zupan, Prof. Ana Boban
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  • clock 30 MIN
  • calendar Apr 2022

Educational programme supported by an Independent Medical Education grant from Takeda