In a sickle-cell and thalassaemia centre

Kofi Anie describes how psychological interventions are integrated in a multidisciplinary approach to two serious blood disorders.
IS there such a thing as a ‘typical’ day in my job? I hadn’t thought about it until now – I wonder how you would describe your own. I am a practitioner with a clinical health psychology role in a multidisciplinary team at the Brent Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre, part of the Department of Haematology at Central Middlesex Hospital in London. My work portrays the increasing involvement of psychologists in managing patients in a medical setting.

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