OUR AIM

To answer the commonest questions that on-call haematologists are asked in order to save time for clinicians and demystify common haematology problems

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The App was conceived by a UK haematology registrar and consultant in 2017 and has now been downloaded over 10000 times internationally and has the support of the North-East region haematology consultant body.

 

May 2019

Your app is one of my favourites, I really think it is so excellent. I like how you have structured the topics, the chosen labels, and amount of info in each section. So thank you very much to everyone involved in the creation and maintenance. I really appreciate that this app is free, easy to use, and how it has consequently improved my practice and patient care.

Anonymous app user

 

 

Our NHS Trust users;

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Dr Alex langridge

Alex Langridge is a Haematology Registrar in the North-East of England and created Buku Haematology in 2017. He writes content alongside Vicki Ware who joined the team in 2019, and performs the day-to-day maintenance and promotion of the App. His interests include clinical informatics alongside his clinical haematology, and is also the communications lead for HaemSTAR and on the British Society for Haematology Education Committee.

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Professor Stephen o’Brien

Steve O’Brien is a Consultant Haematologist at Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, a Professor of Haematology at Newcastle University and co-founder of Buku Haematology. He is an international CML expert and also the chair of NICE Technology Appraisal Committee C. He has an interest in technology and the potential of artificial intelligence in medicine.

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Dr Vicki ware

Vicki Ware is a haematology registrar in South Wales. She has an interest in liaison haematology and joined the Buku Haematology writing team in 2019.