Dr Tamara Everington
Consultant Haematologist, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Tamara Everington graduated in 1993 from the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in London. Her postgraduate training in medicine in London was complemented by a PhD exploring molecular signalling pathways awarded by University College in 2006. Tamara practices as a haematology consultant subspecialising in haemostasis and thrombosis and is an active researcher. She contributed to the design & delivery of the GAPS study exploring the value of graduated compression stockings in VTE prevention which has now closed and published, and is now working with the same group on the CHAPS study exploring the value of GCS in DVT treatment. She is committed to delivering operational excellence in medicine and has played leading roles in the national VTE exemplar and AF anticoagulation optimisation programmes which have delivered measurable reductions in morbidity and mortality from hospital associated thrombosis and stroke. She is also the clinical lead for digital transformation within Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the local region seeking to improve delivery of clinical care with the support of modern technology.