Dr Timothy Warlow
MBChB BMedSc MRCPCH DipPallMed
Paediatric palliative medicine
Training and education
- University of Birmingham, BMedSc Public Health and MBChB, 2008
- Paediatric speciality training Severn Deanery, 2010 to 2016
- Paediatric Palliative Medicine GRID Training Wales Deanery, 2016 to 2020
- University of Cardiff, Postgraduate Diploma in Palliative Medicine, 2019
Dr Warlow joined the trust in September 2020 as a consultant in Paediatric Palliative Medicine and is lead for regional service development within the UHS Specialist Paediatric Palliative Care service. He provides specialist palliative care to the wider Wessex region, working across both Southampton General Hospital and Naomi House and Jacksplace Hospice services. The main aspects of Dr Warlow’s clinical role include supporting patients, families and professionals in decision making and care planning, complex symptom management, supporting patients and families in their end of life care choices; including home visits at the end of life, liaison with the regions three hospices and identifying support for families through bereavement. In addition to clinical activities Dr Warlow is Clinical Lead and Chair of the Wessex Childrens and Young Adults’ Palliative Care Network which aims to support the development and integration of palliative care services across the Wessex region. The network provides guidance, education, training and support to professionals from health, education and social care, working with children and young adults with life limiting conditions through an interdisciplinary community and regular forum meetings.
Dr Warlow’s primary professional interests include neonatal palliative care and the management of gastrointestinal symptoms in the palliative care context for which he holds a number of national roles supporting the development of guidance, education and training.