Kate Khair trained as a General Nurse in Birmingham before specializing in paediatrics at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, UK. Once trained in paediatrics, she further specialized in haematology and oncology before being appointed as a Nurse Consultant in haemophilia in 2003. She has obtained her M.S. degree in anthropology at Brunel University and is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Greenwich, in London, studying the lived experience of haemophilia in the 21st century. Kate lectures on numerous training courses in haemophilia for all healthcare workers as well as supporting nursing and haemophilia care development globally through her roles as a Trustee of the UK Haemophilia Society and as a Secretary of the Nursing Executive of the World Federation of Haemophilia. Kate’s research focuses on outcome measures and aspects of quality of life in children with inherited bleeding disorders.
Biography Updated on 5 September 2013