Conference Calendar

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January 2017 [back to top]
26 Jan 1st Infection Dilemmas Day

 

Cotton Theatre, Manchester Conference Centre, Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3BB

Registration Fee: This meeting is free of charge for BIA members to attend Email jo@hartleytaylor.co.uk if you would like information on how to become a BIA member

Chairs & Speakers:

Professor Martin Wiselka (Leicester)
Professor David Dockrell (Sheffield)
Dr Anne Tunbridge (Sheffield)
Dr Nick Beeching (Liverpool)
Dr Mas Chaponda (Liverpool)
Dr Andrew Seaton (Glasgow)

Typical cases will include:

· PUO, treatment & diagnosis
· Infection in the immunocompromised host
· Pregnancy related cases
· Tropical medicine
· Hepatitis
· Complex TB


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  If you would like to attend both meetings BIA Infection Dilemmas and 10th HIV Dilemmas please click on this flyer.
   
27 Jan 10th HIV Dilemmas

 

Manchester Conference Centre, 78 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3NJ

Chairs: Dr Nick Beeching (Liverpool) & Prof Rob Miller (London)

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

Suitable for consultants and trainees from all specialities 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 antiretroviral therapy changes.

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

Registration Fees
Early bird fee (until 18th December): £90 (Inc VAT)
Standard fee (from 19th December): £120 (Inc VAT)

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact anne@hartleytaylor.co.uk



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February 2017 [back to top]
Feb Post ASH Significant Highlights 2017

 

3 venues

* BRISTOL - 1st February, Double Tree Hilton Hotel, City Centre, Bristol
* MANCHESTER - 8th February, Manchester Conference Centre, 78 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3BB
* LONDON - 9th February, School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh St, nr Russell Square

Please visit the website at: http://www.post-ash.co.uk


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23 - 24 Feb 3rd Infected TKR Symposium

 

Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester M60 2LA

Chairs: Mr Rhidian Morgan Jones, Cardiff & Mr Philip Turner, Manchester

Speaker Faculty
Mr Phil Turner, Manchester
Mr Peter James, Nottingham
Mr James Murray, Bristol
Mr Martyn Porter, Wrightington
Mr Mike Reed, Northumberland
Mr Lee Jeys, Birmingham
Dr Harriet Hughes, Cardiff
Dr Umraz Khan, Bristol
Prof Ian Roberts, Manchester
Mr Andrew Porteus, Bristol

Arrive on …….Thursday 23rd February

Pre meeting Workshop (6pm-7:30pm)
Interactive cases with the audience
…Or bring an interesting case along for discussion
£30 (Inc VAT)

Welcome Reception (7.30pm-9pm)
Join colleagues for drinks and hot fork supper
Free of charge  

Registration Fees
Consultants: £180 (Inc VAT)
Trainees: £132 (Inc VAT)




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March 2017 [back to top]
1 Mar South West Lymphoma Group

 

The Castle Hotel, Castle Green, Taunton 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 call Aimee on 01565 621967

5:30pm Meeting commences – 8:30pm Supper served
(meeting is Free of Charge)

Lymphoma in the Teenagers and Younger Adults

Chairs: Stephen Robinson, Bristol & Simon Rule, Plymouth

·         TYA lymphomas, are they different?
·         Managing aggressive lymphomas in younger patients
·         Euronet Paediatric Group Trial Update
·         The South West TYA Service
·         Psychological and social impact of lymphoma in younger patients
·         ASH significant top lymphoma highlights
·         Cases from across the region

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact sandra@hartleytaylor.co.uk

 

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8 Mar UK CLL Forum Annual Scientific Day

 

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

International Speakers including:

Keynote Speaker:
Professor Jan Burger, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA
The CLL tissue microenvironment: from basic biology to therapy

Professor Silvia Deaglio, University of Turin, Italy
Dr Martina Seiffert, German Cancer Research Centre, Heidleberg
Dr Marek Mraz, University Hospital Brno

Topics to include:
Notch1 controls trafficking of CLL cells by modulating expression of the tumour suppressor DUSP22
Monocytes in CLL feature nurse-like and suppressor functions
MicroRNAs and BCR signalling in CLL
Lymph node/peripheral blood comparisons
Involvement of the nuclear lamina in somatic hypermutation and progression of B cell malignancies
Clonal heterogeneity of BCR competence in CLL


For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk



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22 Mar UK Myeloma Forum Spring Day

 

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

Personalised Therapy in Myeloma: Fact or Fiction?

Key Guest Speaker:      
Michael Morley Lecture
Understanding the myeloma environment – Professor Irene Ghobrial, Harvard Medical School, USA

 Keynote Lecture:          
The patient’s perspective – Mr Eric Low, Myeloma UK

 Guest Speakers:           
Dr Mike Chapman, University of Cambridge
Dr Karthik Ramasamy, Oxford University Hospitals
Dr Roger Owen, St James’s Institute of Oncology, Leeds
Professor Gordon Cook, St James’s Institute of Oncology, Leeds

 Topics to include: 
Actionable/driver mutations in myeloma
Hevylite assays de-convoluted
MRD testing: which platforms, which patients?
Biomarkers for frailty

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk



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April 2017 [back to top]
1-2 Apr 48th Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

 

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

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

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

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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27-28 Apr MANCHESTER -14th Annual Critical Care Symposium

 

Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester M60 2LA

CPD Approved (Royal College of Physicians): 12 points

Keynote address / 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:
Prices held at 2016 prices (+ VAT)

ICS/ESICM MEMBERS

Before
31st January

From
1st February

 

NON-MEMBERS

Before
31st January

From
1st February

Prices include VAT

1-day

2-days

1-day

2-days

 

Prices include VAT

1-day

2-days

1-day

2-days

Consultants

£204

£408

£252

£504

 

Consultants

£252

£504

£300

£600

SAS Doctors

£168

£336

£210

£420

 

SAS Doctors

£192

£384

£240

£480

Trainees

£120

£240

£150

£300

 

Trainees

£144

£288

£180

£360

Nurses/AHPs

£108

£210

£132

£264

 

Nurses/AHPs

£120

£240

£150

£300


Call for Abstracts:

Abstracts are being accepted for poster presentation and are welcome before 31st January
If you are interested in submitting an abstract please contact Dr Chithambaram Veerappan (ct.veerappan@gmail.com). Poster Judging will take place during lunchtime on 28th April 

Contact:
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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27-28 Apr 7th Ultrasound in Acute Care - Manchester

 

Manchester Central Library, St Peter's Square, Manchester M2 5PD

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.

CPD Approved (Royal College of Physicians): 12 points

Registration Fees:
Prices held at 2016 prices (+VAT)

Trainees

£270

SAS Doctors

£360

Consultants

£450


Contact:

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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May 2017 [back to top]
8-9 May 41st 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.

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. Informative, animated and interactive sessions with questions and comments encouraged throughout.

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


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16 May BSBMT Scientific Day

 

School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh St, nr Russell Square, London

Registration Fees £50
£25 for Data Managers and Nurses

Key Guest Speaker:

Development of antibody based conditioning agents for transplant: towards more targeted therapy?
Dr Agnieszka Czechowicz, Stanford University, USA

 Guest Speakers:

Clinical application of radiolabelled antibodies as conditioning agents
Dr Kim Orchard, University Hospital Southampton

CTC Session – Current Prospective Studies
Dr Andy Peniket, Oxford University Hospitals
Dr Ram Malladi, University Hospitals Birmingham

 IMPACT trials network
Professor David Marks, University Hospitals Bristol

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact bsbmt@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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17 May South West Myeloma Group

 

The Castle Hotel, Castle Green, Taunton TA1 1NF

Chairs: Dr Sally Moore, Bath and Dr Hannah Hunter, Plymouth

Supportive Care
Aiming for a SW standard of care and best practice

Topics to include:
Infection prophylaxis
VTE prophylaxis
Bisphophonates
Diabetic; hypertension; steroids side effects
Neuropathy management
Tumour lysis
Pain management
Yammer – Online forum community for myeloma HCPs
Virtual MDT

Meeting is Free of Charge

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact alex@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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24 May 16th London Lymphoma Forum – Adolescent/Teenage and Young Adult Lymphomas

 

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

The evening will focus on case presentations and treatment of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and Hodgkin lymphoma

18.00 – 20.30, followed by supper.
This meeting is free of charge to attend.


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24-25 May BIA Annual Meetings

 

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

Trainees’ Day - Wednesday 24th May 2017

“Meet the experts”
Confirmed topics & Speakers:
Pertussis - Dr Colin Brown, Public Health England
Mimics of Infection – Dr Andrew Freedman, University Hospital of Wales
Difficult symptoms in the ID clinic - Dr Meirion Llewellyn, Wales
The inner workings of the Food, Water and Environmental Microbiology Laboratory - Dr Nicola Elviss, Public Health England
Making changes in infection control - Dr Alaric Colville, Royal Devon & Exeter Healthcare NHS Trust
All about C. difficile – Dr Kerrie Davies, Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
My career in infection – Professor Martin Wiselka, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust 

20th Annual Scientific Meeting – Thursday 25th May 2017

International Keynote Speaker
Better treatment of malaria and other parasites:
Professor James McCarthy
Senior Scientist in Clinical Tropical Medicine,
QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute,
University of Queensland, Australia.

UK Keynote Speakers
Better treatment of bone and joint infection
Dr Bridget Atkins
Consultant Physician in Infectious Diseases and Microbiology
Bone Infection Unit, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford

How we develop new drugs for targeting and treating infections:
Professor Jon Sayers
Professor of Functional Genomics
Department of Infection, Immunity & Cardiovascular Disease
Henry Wellcome Laboratories for Medical Research
University of Sheffield

Call for Abstracts
Members are invited to submit abstracts for presentation at the annual meeting,
abstracts should be submitted by 5pm 24th March 2017

The call for abstracts & instructions, can be accessed here BIA will be awarding prizes to support attendance at overseas meetings or other educational activity for the best scientific (£1000 first prize, £500 second prize) and clinical case (£250) presentations

To submit an abstract please click here: https://bis.conference-services.net/directory.asp

Registration
Registration is free of charge to BIA Members, new members can join online by visiting the BIA website http://www.britishinfection.org/

Wednesday 24th May 2017 – 6pm onwards
Careers in Infection for Juniors

An educational evening aimed at medical students and junior doctors interested in a career in Infection. Talks will include an overview of Combined Infection Training (CIT), including the merits of each sub-specialty, with advice on producing a successful application to CIT. Guidance on the diploma in tropical medicine and hygiene, along with suggestions for making the most of working abroad. There will also be a chance to present Infection cases with a national prize.

For further information on this meeting or a sponsorship opportunities of exhibiting please email anne@hartleytaylor.co.uk

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June 2017 [back to top]
Jun 6 1st Pan-London Haematology-Oncology Guidelines and Education Meeting

 

The UCH Education Centre, 1st Floor West, 250 Euston Road, London NW1 2PG

This meeting will represent an excellent opportunity to meet both national and international experts in the field of blood cancer, and to learn about the most up-to-date guidelines and trials for treating patients.

We are delighted to welcome Professor Norbert Vey (Institut Paoli-Calmettes, Marseille) and Professor Marie-Madelaine Dolmans (Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium), along with leading UK speakers.

Registration Fees:
Consultants: £60 (inc VAT)
Trainees/Nurses/Others: £30 (inc VAT)

For further information about this meeting, please contact derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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Jun 7 UK Paed BMT Group - Spring meeting

 

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

This is the Spring business meeting and will include UK trial updates and proposals.

Invitation only

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact sandra@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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27 Jun 7th National Orthopaedic Infection Forum

 

School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh St, nr Russell Square, London

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30 Jun The HMDS Annual Haematopathology Up-date: Incorporating novel diagnostics into patient management

 

Royal Armouries International, 5 Armouries Drive, Leeds, LS10 1LT

Registration Fee: £20.00

Guest Speakers: Professor Nick Cross (Southampton)
Professor Matthew Collin (Newcastle)
Professor Simon Wagner (Leicester)
Professor Simon Rule (Plymouth)

For Exhibition and Sponsorship opportunities – please email julie@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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July 2017 [back to top]
Jul 5 LONDON Haematological Malignancies

 

School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh St, nr Russell Square, London

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact kristy@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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Jul 6 Post-ICML Lugano Highlights

 

School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh St, nr Russell Square, London

Please visit the website at: http://lugano.post-ash.co.uk

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact kristy@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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September 2017 [back to top]
7 -8 Sep 8th Critical Care London Meeting

 

Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT

For further information or details of sponsorship opportunities, please contact derry@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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22 Sep 7th Acute Leukaemia Day

 

Venue: TBC

Chair: Professor Charles Craddock (Birmingham)

For further information on this event or details of sponsorship opportunities please contact julie@hartleytaylor.co.uk


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27 Sep South West Lymphoma Group
 
October 2017 [back to top]
3 Oct 2nd South West BMT Training Day - BRISTOL

 

Hilton Doubletree Hotel, Redcliffe Way, Bristol, BS1 6NJ

Chairs: Dr Stephen Robinson (Bristol), Dr Hannah Hunter (Plymouth) & Prof David Marks (Bristol)

This meeting is the second BMT regional training day to be offered for the South West. It is anticipated that demand for places will be high so please register an interest with us.

Who should attend this day:
- BMT teams - all welcome
- Consultants from referral centres
- BMT nurses and CNS in haematology
- Ward nurses looking after patients selected for transplant

Registration fee: £20 + VAT for Consultants - Free of charge for nurses and trainees

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6 Oct UK CLL Forum Clinical Sciences Day

 

Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT



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Oct UK Paed BMT Annual Review
Oct MANCHESTER - Haematological Malignancies
Oct GLASGOW - Haematological Malignancies
 
November 2017 [back to top]
2 Nov BSBMT Education Day

 

Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT



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Nov BRISTOL - Haematological Malignancies
9 Nov UKMF Autumn Day

 

School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh St, nr Russell Square, London

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14 Nov UK MDS Forum Education Day

 

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

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Nov London Lymphoma Forum
Nov BIA trainees
Nov South West Myeloma Forum