• Applying best practice: the venesection clinics of the future

      Mortimore, Gerri; university of Derby (University of Derby, 2019-04-13)
      Discussed patient experiences of venesections and trying to get it right first time across venesection departments across the country.
    • Genetic haemochromatosis.

      Mortimore, Gerri; Woodward, Amelia; University of Derby (2018-07-10)
      Genetic Haemochromatosis (GH) is the most common inherited disorder in Caucasians affecting 1:200 in the UK. GH causes the body to absorb too much iron from the diet which over times can lead to systemic iron overload. Treatment involves weekly removal of blood termed venesection. There is little research that examines patients thoughts and feelings of being diagnosed with this life long disease which requires life long treatment in the form of venesections. Exploring the patients symptoms prior to and after venesection has not been fully studied
    • Haemochromatosis: what is it and could you have it?

      Mortimore, Gerri; University of Derby (University of Derby, 2018-07-26)
      Genetic haemochromatosis is the most common inherited genetic disorder among Northern Europeans, thought to affect 1:200 people in the UK. despite this, most people have never heard of the condition. Gerri Mortimore, lecturer in Post-registration \health Care at the \University of Derby, looks at the health implications of this disorder.