Rugby Union, Cricket, cooking, wine, port, reading, crosswords, lecturing, more wine and more port!
Pretty boring really, but not that pretty!
Croydon, Surrey, England
I have taken a brand new role in the NHSBT and am now involved very much more on the education and training side of red cell immunohaematology. My title is still Reference Service Manager, but with Training after it (Reference Service Manager - Training). I am very excited about this change, as I have a passion for training and education.
Reference Service Manager with the NHSBT.
Member of the British Blood Transfusion Society, having twice served on their National Council.
Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science. Member of their Special Advisory Panel for Transfusion Science and Chief Examiner for Transfusion Science for the Institute.
Author of the chapter "Human erythrocyte antigens or blood groups" in Fundamentals of Biomedical Science, Transfusion and Transplantation Science, edited by Robin Knight, for the IBMS. 1st edition, Oxford University Press 2013 (ISBN 978-0-19-953328-2, pages 19-44.
Just been appointed to the BCSH Blood Transfusion Task Force (writing Guidelines).
Member of ISBT and AABB.
I am now retired from the Blood Service, but still do the other things!
Got bored with being retired, and so am doing locum work in Blood Transfusion at St. Richard's Hospital in Chichester, West Sussex (and thoroughly enjoying myself!).