Conference Calendar

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January 2016 [back to top]
29 Jan 9th HIV Dilemmas

 

Manchester Conference Centre, 78 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3NJ **new venue for 2016**

Speakers to include:
Prof Rob Miller (London)
Dr Nick Beeching (Liverpool)
Dr Ed Wilkins (Manchester)
Dr Mas Chaponda (Liverpool)
Dr Leena Sathia (London)

A mixture of difficult and challenging cases are drawn from real life, all presented by experts using interactive key pad voting throughout.

Suitable for consultants and trainees from all specialties who look after people with HIV.

As in previous years, the focus will be on infections and other complications of HIV and its treatment, but will also include relevant aspects of antiretroviraltherapy changes.

Previous meetings have been very highly rated and audience feedback is used to improve further.

Registration
Early bird registration fee £65.00 (until 18th December)

Registration fee £95.00 from 19th December


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February 2016 [back to top]
11 Feb State of the Art – Update on T Cell Lymphomas

 

The City Rooms, Hotel Street, Leicester LE1 5AW
Organisers: Prof Simon Wagner & Prof Martin Dyer, Leicester

A distinguished panel of expert speakers including Arnaud Jaccard (France) and Laurence de Leval (Switzerland)

REGISTRATION FEES: Early Bird - until 11th December 2015
£40 Trainees/Nurses
£60 Consultants

£90 Fixed fee for all grades thereafter


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March 2016 [back to top]
1 Mar Manchester - Post-ASH Highlights Meeting 2016

 

Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M2 5DB

Key themes from the 57th ASH meeting in Orlando Florida will be discussed by an eminent speaker faculty
A great update in haematological malignancies this meeting will appeal to consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists…

Registration fee - £120
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3 - 5 Mar 7th Advances Against Aspergillosis

 

Manchester Central Convention Complex

Please visit the conference website for further details: www.AAA2016.org

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9 Mar 8th South West Lymphoma Group

 

The Castle Hotel, Castle Green, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1NF
5.30 – 8.30 pm, followed by supper

THIS MEETING IS STILL GOING AHEAD AS PLANNED

Spring ASH Update Meeting and Spotlight on Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Chaired by: Dr Stephen Robinson (Bristol) & Professor Simon Rule (Plymouth)

Registration Fee: FOC
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10 Mar UK CLL Forum Annual Scientific Day

 

Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

THIS MEETING IS STILL GOING AHEAD AS PLANNED

The biological basis of novel treatment strategies in CLL…..

Keynote Speaker
Professor Richard Rosenquist, Uppsala Universty, Sweden
The functional consequences of novel gene mutations in CLL

Bloodwise Guest Speaker
Professor John Byrd, Ohio State University
Novel therapies and resistance mechanisms in CLL

Registration Fee:
£40 Trainees/Nurses
£60 Consultants

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For UK CLL Forum Membership – click here

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12 -13 Mar 46th Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

 

The Cruciform Building, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

Registration Fee: £295 (includes a copy of the Oxford Handbook of Critical Care and a CD/USB memory stick of presentations)

The course will be CPD approved and is led by Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care, University College London and is designed for Trainee or Junior Doctors working in any field of medicine where a medical emergency may be encountered.

Topics to include:

What Constitutes a Sick Patient?
Hypothermia, Hyperthermia, Overdose
Dyspnoea, Acute Asthma Pneumothorax
Oliguria, Acute Kidney Injury
Hypotensive Patient, the Septic Patient
GI Emergencies

Metabolic Emergencies
Myocardial Infarction, Chest Pain
Unconscious Patient, Status Epilepticus,  Meningitis
Acute Heart Failure, Arrhythmias


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16 Mar NEWCASTLE: State of The Art – Management of Post-BMT Complications

 

International Centre For Life, Times Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4EP

Registration Fee: Free of Charge and supported by Jazz Pharma

Chairs: Graham Jackson & Geoff Shenton

A new venue has been added to the series! A fantastic discussion for all of the Multi-Disciplinary Team, caring for both adults and paediatrics


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17 Mar UK Myeloma Forum Spring Day

 

Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Focus on bone disease and imaging and update on clinical trials

Key Guest Speakers to include:

Professor Peter Croucher, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia

Michael Morley Lecture:
Mechanisms of bone loss in multiple myeloma: an increasingly important role for bone cells

Dr Elena Zamagni, Bologna University School of Medicine, Italy
Evidence for use of CT Scanning and PET-CT in managing patients with myeloma


Registration Fee:
£40 Scientists and Nurses
£60 Consultants

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April 2016 [back to top]
13 Apr London - Post-ASH Highlights Meeting 2016

 

School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Key themes from the 57th ASH meeting in Orlando Florida will be discussed by an eminent speaker faculty
A great update in haematological malignancies this meeting will appeal to consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists…

Registration fee - £120
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18 Apr Decision making in lymphoma

 

Chairs: Professor Adrian Newland and Dr Guy Pratt

Hartley Taylor satellite symposium at the BSH on Monday 18th April

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20 Apr Infected THR Symposium

 

Royal Society of Medicine, One Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

Chairmen: Fares S Haddad & Stephen Jones

The infected total hip replacement remains one of the most devastating complications for patients, carers, surgeons and the healthcare system. Thankfully, we have techniques and strategies available to deal with this successfully that allows a good function recovery. This state of the art one day seminar will review the current state-of-play with an experienced, eminent international faculty. The key topics at the moment will be fully debated. We have an impressive faculty this year to guide us in latest thinking. Cases and discussion will illustrate the practical reality of this problem, highlighting the difficult challenges in treatment of peri-prosthetic joint infection of the hip.

Early registration of interest is advised as places are strictly limited to 60 people

Early Bird registration until 31st March 2016
Consultants:   £150 (+VAT)
Trainees and others:  £95 (+VAT) 

 

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28-29 Apr 13th Annual Critical Care Symposium and CCM-L Meeting

 

Manchester Town Hall, Manchester M2 5DB

*** Full programme now available ***

CPD Approved (Royal College of Physicians): 12 points

Keynote address: Intensivist as a patient

Pro-con debates / Tutorials and workshops / Masterclass

Confirmed faculty of leading international and UK experts

Who should attend: Intensive Care Consultants • Acute Medicine Consultants • Anaesthetists • Emergency Medicine Consultants • General Medical Consultants • Physiotherapists • SAS and Trust Doctors in the above specialities • Nurse Specialists and Practitioners in Emergency Medicine, Acute Medicine and Critical Care • Microbiologists

Registration Fees:

Symposium Dinner Ticket bookings now closed. If you haven’t already booked and would like to attend, please ask at the registration desk if a place has become available.

ICS/ESICM/CCM‑L MEMBERS

Before
31st January

From
1st February

 

NON-MEMBERS

Before
31st January

From
1st February

 

1-day

2-days

1-day

2-days

 

 

1-day

2-days

1-day

2-days

Consultants

£170

£340

£210

£420

 

Consultants

£210

£420

£250

£500

SAS Doctors

£140

£280

£175

£350

 

SAS Doctors

£160

£320

£200

£400

Trainees

£100

£200

£125

£250

 

Trainees

£120

£240

£150

£300

Nurses/AHPs

£90

£175

£110

£220

 

Nurses/AHPs

£100

£200

£125

£250

 

Call for Abstracts:

Abstracts are being accepted for poster presentation and are welcome before 14th February

If you are interested in submitting an abstract please contact
Dr Chithambaram Veerappan (ct.veerappan@gmail.com)

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Registration enquiries: alex@hartleytaylor.co.uk

Sponsorship opportunities: anne@hartleytaylor.co.uk

Office Tel No: 01565 621967

Please also visit the conference website for further information: www.critcaresymposium.co.uk


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28-29 Apr 6th Ultrasound in Acute Care

 

Manchester Town Hall, Manchester M2 5DB

This course is now full – online registrations closed. If you wish to be added to a waiting list please email alex@hartleytaylor.co.uk

CPD Approved (Royal College of Physicians): 12 points

Two day course with ample hands on experience in ultrasound, aimed at Trainees, SAS Doctors and Consultants in Acute Care Medicine, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine and others interested in ultrasound.

Places limited to 40.
Please register early to avoid disappointment.

Registration Fees:

Trainees

£225

SAS Doctors

£300

Consultants

£375


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Registration enquiries: alex@hartleytaylor.co.uk
Sponsorship opportunities: derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk

Office Tel No: 01565 621967

Please also visit the conference website for further information: www.critcaresymposium.co.uk


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May 2016 [back to top]
12 May BSBMT Scientific Day

 

School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG

Checkpoint Blockade

Key Guest Speakers:

Dr Matthew Davids, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, USA
Immune checkpoint blockade with ipilimumab in patients with haematologic malignancies who relapse after allogeneic haematopoietic call transplantation

Dr Patrick Johnston, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA Checkpoint blockade in lymphoma and CLL

Registration Fee:
£50
£25 for Data Managers and Nurses

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17 May South West Myeloma Group Meeting

 

The Castle Hotel, Castle Green, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1NF

This meeting is now full and registrations are therefore closed. If you would like to be added to a waiting list for a place please contact alex@hartleytaylor.co.uk


Chairs: Dr Sally Moore (Bath) and Dr Hannah Hunter (Plymouth)

Topics to Include:
- Minimal Residual Disease in Myeloma
- ASH Update & Highlights
- NICE/National Guidelines for Investigating and Treating Myeloma Bone Disease
- Best Practice from Across the Region

Registration: Free of charge

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18-19 May British Infection Association
Wednesday 18th May – Trainees Day
Thursday 19th May – Annual Meeting / Scientific Day

 

School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG

Thursday 19th May 2016 : "Infections with a global reach"

Invited speakers:
1) “Syphilis in the 21st Century”

Professor Michel Janier MD PhD
Associate Professor Dermatology-Venereology,
STD Clinic, Hopital Saint-Louis, Paris, France

2) "HIV therapy research in Africa: where are we and what's next?"

Professor Sir Ian Weller BSc, MBBS, MD, FRCP,  FRCP(Glas)
Emeritus Professor of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Research Department of Infection and Population Health
University College London

3)  "Zika virus in 2016”

Professor Jimmy Whitworth, Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Registration fee: Free of charge to BIA Members, to become a member visit: http://www.britishinfection.org/join/

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Thursday 19th May - Scientific Day Programme


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June 2016 [back to top]
6 - 7 Jun 39th Medical Emergencies Course for Consultants

 

Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9SN

Registration Fee: £350 (includes a copy of the Oxford Handbook of Critical Care and a CD/USB memory stick of presentations)

CPD approved course (Royal College of Anaesthetists) which is led by Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care, University College London.

The course provides an excellent update for Consultants or Senior Registrars working in Intensive Care, Anaesthetics, Emergency Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Cardiology or any other speciality where a medical emergency may be encountered. Highly informative, animated and interactive sessions are delivered by eminent speakers in their field. Audience questions and comments are encouraged throughout.

Please view the Programme for a full list of the topics which will be covered.

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16 Jun Acute Leukaemia Day

 

School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Chair: Professor Charles Craddock (Birmingham)

International Guest Speaker:
Professor Rob Pieters, Utrecht
How to use Asparaginase

AML Session:
NCRN trial in AML – update
Genomics science and clinical relevance in AML
Transplantation in AML – who and when
Using MRD to inform decision making in AML
Elderly patients with AML – the best options

ALL Session:
NCRN trials in ALL – update
Role of allografting in ALL in 2015
Newer therapies in ALL – update
BCR ABL like ALL

 

AML Meet the Expert Sessions:
Management of relapse AML disease
Molecular diagnostics in AML – identifying high risk

ALL Meet the Expert Sessions:
Management of relapse ALL disease
What the clinician needs to know – ALL cytogenetics

 

Speakers/Workshop Leaders:

Professor Paresh Vyas (Oxford)
Professor Charles Craddock (Birmingham)
Professor David Grimwade (London)
Dr Mike Dennis (Manchester)
Dr Victoria Potter (London)

Dr Andrew McMillan (Nottingham)
Professor Anthony Moorman (Newcastle)
Professor Adele Fielding (London)
Professor David Marks (Bristol)
Professor Persis Amrolia (London)



Registration fees (held at 2014 prices)
Early Bird until 15th January 2016 Consultants £120, Trainees £80
Thereafter: Consultants £150, Trainees £120


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28 Jun Current Perspectives in Haematological Malignancies, LONDON

 

School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Registration Fee: £60.00 + VAT

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August 2016 [back to top]
31 Aug 6th Oxford Bone Infection Conference 2016

 

Oxford Town Hall, Saint Aldate's, Oxford OX1 1BX

PLEASE NOTE - THERE IS NO CALL FOR ABSTRACTS THIS YEAR
(Next year will revert back to usual 2 day meeting)

In conjunction with EBJIS, the 6th Oxford Bone Infection Conference 2016 will be presented as a one day instructional meeting on the 31st August 2016, immediately preceding EBJIS.  The venue will be the Oxford Town Hall, a magnificent Victorian building within the city centre.  This meeting will focus on current best practice and will be ideally suited to those seeking an update on surgical and microbiological management of bone and joint infection.  

This will be a highly practical and interactive meeting which aims to promote integration and multidisciplinary working.  For those wishing to attend both OBIC and EBJIS, we will aim to limit duplication of content as far as possible. 

Topics to include
What do we know?
A review of the landmark papers in surgery and infection which have defined the current approach to management of bone and joint infection

Parallel session
-       what should an ID physician know about orthopaedic and orthoplastic surgery?
-       what should a surgeon know about microbiology and infectious diseases?

Risk factors for PJI – the hierarchy and the evidence

Diagnostic priorities - clinical, radiological, surgical and laboratory

Key management principles
-          when and where to refer complex cases
-          surgery: ‘No fear’, early closure, when to say no
-          infection: bioavailability, biofilm, when to say stop

Workshops
-          complex cases
-          research data presentation and interpretation

What don’t we know (yet)?
-          current trends and uncertainties

Registration Fees
Early Bird before 30th June: £100 (+VAT)    Thereafter: £130 (+VAT)



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September 2016 [back to top]
1-3 Sep 35th annual meeting of the European Bone and Joint Infection Society 2016

 


EN SUITE COLLEGE ROOMS TO BOOK

HOUSING BUREAU FOR HOTELS

Examination Schools, Oxford University, 81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

Bringing together orthopaedic surgeons, trauma surgeons, infectious disease specialists and microbiologists involved in infections affecting bone and joints.

The 2 and a half day meeting will include scientific presentations, abstract submissions, knowledge sharing and networking opportunities

Registration will open here in January 2016

Topics to include:

  • Perioperative care of the infected patient
  • Osteo-articular infection of the foot and ankle
  • Novel molecular and imaging tests in bone & joint infection
  • Treatment approaches to early and late prosthetic joint infections
  • Optimising outcomes in osteomyelitis
  • Soft-tissue management in MSK infections
  • Infection networks and registries

For further info visit http://ebjis2016.org/



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4-9 Sep International Pathogenic Neisseria Conference 2016

 

Manchester Central Convention Centre, Manchester

The 20th IPNC offers an ideal forum for scientific exchange among researchers, physicians, individuals from pharmaceutical companies and policy makers who are interested in pathogenic Neisseria. The website is now open for full details, registrations, grant applications and abstract submissions www.ipnc2016.org

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12- 14 Sep

7th Critical Care London Meeting & Pre-Congress Workshops

 

Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, London WC1H 0XG

Pre-Congress Workshops
Monday 12th September (13.30 – 17.30)

Two workshops will be held on the afternoon of Monday 12 September:

- Ventilation
- Haemodynamic Monitoring

Places are limited so early registration is recommended. Please indicate which workshop you wish to attend when completing your registration.

7th Critical Care London Meeting
Tuesday 13th + Wednesday 14th September

Critical Care London is a multidisciplinary meeting for Consultants, Trainees, Nurses, Scientists, Physiotherapists, Pharmacists and other healthcare professionals working in ICU.

The quality of topics presented by leading UK and international speakers makes this event a must for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals working in Critical Care, Anaesthesia and Emergency Medicine.

Please click here for further information

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7th Critical Care London

Pre-Congress Workshop*

 

Early Bird
(Until 31st July)

Standard
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Delegates
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One
Day**

Both
Days

One
Day**

Both
Days

Professor / Consultant

£150

£300

£175

£350

£60

£100

Non-Consultant Grades

£100

£200

£125

£250

£60

£100

Nurse/Physiotherapist/Pharmacist/Scientist

£65

£125

£75

£150

£60

£100


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Registration enquiries: alex@hartleytaylor.co.uk
Sponsorship opportunities: derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk
Office Tel No: 01565 621967

 

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23 Sep Primary CNS Lymphoma in 2016 – Progress and Opportunities

 

Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JJ

Chairs: Dr Christopher Fox (Nottingham) & Dr Kate Cwynarski (London)

Confirmed Speakers include:
Professor Andrés Ferreri (Milan)
Professor Gerald Illerhaus (Stuttgart)
Professor Martina Deckert (Cologne)

Registration:
£40.00 Non-Consultant Grades / Scientists / Nurses
£60.00 Consultants

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28 Sep 9th South West Lymphoma Group

 

The Castle Hotel, Castle Green, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1NF

Registration fee: FOC

You are advised to book early as places are limited

South West Lymphoma Group
Wednesday 28th September 2016
Chairs: Stephen Robinson, Bristol & Simon Rule, Plymouth
(5pm - 8:30pm followed by supper)

4:30pm Registration & tea break

Managing Localised Lymphomas

Radiotherapy Speakers: London & Bristol
Discussion for South West - what service do we need?

Management of Localised Lymphoma
LGNHL
DLBCL
Skin lymphoma

Optional extra (2pm-4:30pm)
Afternoon Skin Workshop - places limited to 25 people
Pathology
Diagnosis
Management Cases from the region

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29 Sep Current Perspectives in Haematological Malignancies, SOUTHAMPTON

 

Chilworth Manor, Chilworth, Southampton, Hampshire SO16 7PT

Registration Fee: £60.00 + VAT

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October 2016 [back to top]
5 Oct UK CLL Forum Clinical Sciences Day
New treatments – new challenges in CLL

 

Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Key Speakers: Professor Emili Montserrat, Hospital Clinical of Barcelona
Management of high risk CLL in the era of targeted therapy

Professor Ulrich Jäger, Medical University of Vienna
BTK inhibition and platelet aggregation

Dr Adrian Wiestner, National Institutes of Health, USA
Realizing targeted therapy for CLL

Registration Fee:
£60 Consultants
£40 Non-tenured posts/Scientists/Nurses


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8 - 9 Oct 47th Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

 

The Cruciform Building, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

Please contact derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk if you are interested in receiving further information.

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11 Oct Current Perspectives in Haematological Malignancies, LEEDS

 

Hilton, Leeds City Centre

Registration Fee: £60.00 + VAT

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12 Oct Current Perspectives in Haematological Malignancies, GLASGOW

 

Glasgow Grand Central Hotel

Registration Fee: £60.00 + VAT

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November 2016 [back to top]
2 Nov BSBMT Education Day

 

Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

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3 Nov Current Perspectives in Haematological Malignancies, BRISTOL

 

Hilton Doubletree Hotel, Bristol

Registration Fee: £60.00 + VAT

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9 Nov UKMF Autumn Day

 

Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Next Generation Therapies in Myeloma

Key Speaker:

Professor Sagar Lonial, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, USA
Michael Morley Lecture
Treatment of myeloma with monoclonal antibodies

Guest Speakers:

Dr Holger Auner, Imperial College London
Dr Karthik Ramasamy, Oxford University Hospitals
Dr Guy Pratt, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
Dr Ceri Bygrave, University Hospital of Wales
Dr Rachel Hall, Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals
Professor Paul Moss, University of Birmingham
Dr Rakesh Popat, University College London

Registration Fee
£60 Consultants
£40 Scientists & Nurses

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15 Nov 15th London Lymphoma Forum: T-Cell Lymphoma

 

Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4LE

Please contact derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk if you are interested in receiving further information.

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17 Nov UK MDS Forum Education Day

 

Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JJ

Email: mds@hartleytaylor.co.uk

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19 - 20 Nov 25th Update in Critical Care for Physiotherapists

 

The Cruciform Building, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

Please contact derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk if you are interested in receiving further information.

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