Can’t-miss multidisciplinary speaker: Claire McLintock

The WFH 2018 World Congress will feature speakers who will discuss important—and cutting edge—topics facing the bleeding disorders community today. In the lead-up to Congress, Hemophilia World Online will be profiling several prominent speakers who will be presenting this May. Today, we look at Claire McLintock, MD.

Name: Claire McLintock

Country: New Zealand

Talk: We Bleed Too: The Impact of Bleeding Disorders on Women

Summary: Mother, sister, daughter, grandma: we bleed too. Exploring the physical and psychological impact of bleeding disorders in women.

Claire McLintock, MD, is a hematologist and obstetric physician based in Auckland, New Zealand. Her medical interests are in thrombosis, hematosis, preeclampsia, recurrent pregnancy loss and medical disorders in pregnancy. McLintock works with the High-Risk Medical Obstetric Team at Auckland City Hospital and is Lead Clinician for the Obstetric Physician Team at National Women’s Health, also at Auckland City Hospital. She has given invited lectures at more than 30 medical conferences, is a member of several international expert panels and advisory boards, and has published her research in numerous medical journals.

To find out more about other speakers who will give talks at the WFH 2018 World Congress, please visit the Congress program page.