Conferences and Courses

We would love to keep you informed of future CPD-accredited Hartley Taylor and Collaborative Conferences meetings, conferences and events.

January

23 January

BIA 4th Infection Dilemmas Day

Manchester

In association with BPAIIG, a mixture of difficult and challenging cases drawn from real life will be presented by experts using interactive keypad voting throughout. Suitable for consultants and trainees with an interest in paediatric and adolescent infectious diseases.

24 January

13th HIV Dilemmas

Suitable for consultants and trainees from all specialities who look after people with HIV.
A mixture of difficult and challenging cases from real life are presented.

28 January

Post ASH Significant Highlights

London

The American Society of Haematology meeting is now considered as one of the most important meetings in the annual conference calendar where delegates from around the world present their most innovative scientific and clinical data.

Recently it has become more difficult for UK trainees and consultants to attend due to restrictions in study leave, budgets, time constraints and limitations in sponsorship.

Post ASH London will provide an overview of the pertinent topics at ASH, as well as late breaking news and is suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses and pharmacists working in haematology.

29 January

Post ASH Significant Highlights

Manchester

The American Society of Haematology meeting is now considered as one of the most important meetings in the annual conference calendar where delegates from around the world present their most innovative scientific and clinical data.

Recently it has become more difficult for UK trainees and consultants to attend due to restrictions in study leave, budgets, time constraints and limitations in sponsorship.

Post ASH Manchester will provide an overview of the pertinent topics at ASH, as well as late breaking news and is suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses and pharmacists working in haematology.

February

4 February

Post ASH Significant Highlights

Bath

This series of three meetings covers the significant highlights of the ASH 2019 congress in Orlando. The meetings will be held in January/February 2020 and will take place in London, Manchester and Bath.

11 February

Post ISTH & ASH Headlines

London

This meeting aims to cover the significant headlines from both the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) in Australia and the American Society of Haematology (ASH) meeting in Orlando, in 2019, concerning non-malignant conditions.

Topics being covered in this meeting include : thrombosis, immunohaematology, haematology in pregnancy, transfusions, haemoglobinopathies and bleeding disorders

The meeting is suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses and pharmacists working in haematology.

27-29 February

9th Advances Against Aspergillosis and Mucormycosis

Lugano, Switzerland

We are excited to once again assemble many of the leading clinicians and scientists from around the world for the 9th Advances Against Aspergillosis and Mucormycosis conference, to take place in Lugano, Switzerland from 27th to 29th February 2020. This conference has now clearly established itself as the premier forum for detailed and dedicated discussion of all aspects of Aspergillus infection and research. Beginning with the 8th conference in 2018, we have expanded to include scientific sessions on mucormycosis pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment.

28 February

Lugano Lake Cruise and Dinner at Hotel Splendide

Lugano, Switzerland

On the afternoon of Friday 28th February, Hartley Taylor are delighted to offer a cruise on Lake Lugano to take in the unique landscapes from a charming and unusual perspective. That evening, there will be a dinner at the Hotel Splendide where guests can enjoy a delicious meal in a prime location, overlooking the lake.

March

4 March

South West Lymphoma Group

Taunton

The 2020 Spring Meeting will provide South West delegates with a useful opportunity to share latest data, best practice and keep up to date with changes in lymphoma practice. Suitable for consultants, trainees, CNS in lymphoma, pharmacists and scientists working in this disease area. The meeting is free of charge and concludes with a networking supper at the end of the evening.

12 March

UK CLL Forum Annual Scientific Day

London

Closer to deciphering disease complexity will be the theme for this Annual Scientific Day

 

 

 

19 March

UKMF Scientific Workshop

London

 The first meeting of 2020 will focus on accelerating research: better trial designs, better therapies. 

 

 

 

20 March

Symposium from the Anthony Nolan on BMT and Innovative Cell Therapies

London

 

 

 

 

26-27 March

9th Oxford Bone Infection Conference (OBIC)

Oxford

The Oxford Bone Infection Conference aims to facilitate multidisciplinary team working in the management of complex bone and joint infection.

April

22 April

Transplant Complications and GVHD

Leeds

This series of meetings will provide attendees with updates in Transplant Complications and GVHD and are suitable for any members of the BMT Team.

May

6 May

South West Myeloma Group

Taunton

The spring meeting will provide South West delegates with a useful opportunity to share latest data, best practice and keep up to date with changes in myeloma practice. Suitable for consultants, trainees, CNS, pharmacists and scientists working in this disease area. The meeting is free of charge and concludes with a networking supper at the end of the evening.

6 May

22nd London Lymphoma Forum

London

This evening meeting will focus on High Grade Lymphoma and the CNS and will combine case presentations and lectures from expert guest speakers. Registration is free of charge. Places will be limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

7 May

BSBMTCT Scientific Day

London

The first BSBMTCT meeting of 2020 will provide attendees with updates on new approaches and clinical trials in BMT.

12 May

2nd ITP Symposium – Update Day

London

An update day with high calibre lectures from leading UK, European and International experts discussing the diagnosis, treatment and specific issues relating to the management of ITP.

13 May

UKFHD 50th Academic Meeting

London

The UK Forum on Haemoglobin Disorders is a multi-disciplinary group of healthcare professionals interested in all aspects of sickle cell disease, thalassaemia and related conditions.

18-20 May

King’s College Hospital CAR-T Cell Preceptorship Course

London

This is a 3 day programme looking at the A-Z of CAR-T cells with a practical interface, offering a hands on approach in delivering and managing CAR-T infusions. This a comprehensive learning module (accommodating 20 delegates only) which cannot be captured in a webcast/podcast format.

 

20-21 May

BIA Spring Trainees Day & 23rd Annual Scientific Meeting

Manchester

The 23rd Annual Spring Scientific Meeting & Spring Trainees Day represents a superb opportunity to communicate with and to learn from colleagues working in the full range of infection-related disciplines.

June

8 June

CAR-T Cell Therapy and the ICU

London

As one of the newest forms of Haematology treatment around, there is a need for ICU staff to be aware of its administration and levels of care required. The EuroCARTForce Group part of the caring for critically ill immunocompromised patients, have set up this event.

26 June

The HMDS Annual Haematopathology Update Day
Incorporating Novel Diagnostics into Patient Management

Leeds

The study day will focus on the recent advances seen within myeloma, chronic lymphocytic leukemia and myeloproliferations and how diagnostic advances guide the individual patient pathway.

27-28 June

54th Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

London

This 2-day course, led by Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care, UCL is designed for trainee or junior grade doctors working in any field of medicine where a medical emergency may be encountered.

July

3 July

Haematological Malignancies and Future of Immunotherapy

Dublin

This programme is designed to combine high calibre lectures and interactive discussions to provide an educational opportunity to update clinicians and allied professions in current issues within the management of diseases affecting haematology patients. Suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists and scientists working in haematology.

8 July

Transplant Complications and GVHD

London

This series of meetings will provide attendees with updates in Transplant Complications and GVHD and are suitable for any members of the BMT Team.

9-10 July

47th Medical Emergencies Course for Consultants

London

2-day course designed as an update for Consultants and other senior doctors working in any field of medicine where a medical emergency may be encountered. Informative and interactive sessions with questions and comments encouraged throughout.

September

4 September

Current Thinking in Haematological Malignancies
MANCHESTER

Manchester

This programme is designed to combine high calibre lectures and interactive discussions to provide an educational opportunity to update clinicians and allied professions in current issues within the management of diseases affecting haematology patients. Suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists and scientists working in haematology.

11 September

2nd North BMT Training Day

Manchester

The North BMT Training day aims to provide delegates with high calibre lectures and address current key topics in BMT.
With a dedicated parallel nurses’ session, this meeting is suitable for consultants, nurses and trainees working within BMT.

17-18 September

2nd NCRI AML Academy

Birmingham

By Invitation only, for further information please email anne@hartleytaylor.co.uk

25 September

CAR 3 Nurses day

London

30 September

Current Thinking in Haematological Malignancies
GLASGOW

Glasgow

This programme is designed to combine high calibre lectures and interactive discussions to provide an educational opportunity to update clinicians and allied professions in current issues within the management of diseases affecting haematology patients. Suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists and scientists working in haematology.

October

1 October

Current Thinking in Haematological Malignancies
NEWCASTLE

Newcastle

This programme is designed to combine high calibre lectures and interactive discussions to provide an educational opportunity to update clinicians and allied professions in current issues within the management of diseases affecting haematology patients. Suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists and scientists working in haematology.

2 October

Haematology TYA Day

London

9 October

UK CLL Forum Clinical Sciences Day

London

 

13-14 October

BASK Revision Knee Working Group

Birmingham

The Revision Knee Working Group will hold the first annual educational meeting, open to all revision knee surgeons in the UK and their teams. We aim to provide education as well as an update on the hub and spoke delivery of revision knee services, together with training on different techniques and outcomes.

14 October

South West Myeloma Group

Taunton

The autumn meeting will provide South West delegates with a useful opportunity to share latest data, best practice and keep up to date with changes in myeloma practice. Suitable for consultants, trainees, CNS, pharmacists and scientists working in this disease area. The meeting is free of charge and concludes with a networking supper at the end of the evening.

15 October

South West BMT Training Day

Bristol

This is the fifth BMT regional training day to be offered for the South West. The meeting will aim to address current key topics, and will be completed with an MDT panel looking at “real life cases” for discussion and key pad voting. Suitable for consultants, nurses and trainees working within BMT.

15 October

BIA Autumn Trainees Day

Bristol

Providing trainees with the opportunity to hear lectures on topical issues given by a range of experts, as well as providing a chance to network and contribute to debate

November

2-4 November

KING’S CAR T cell course

London

This is a 3 day programme looking at the A-Z of CAR-T cells with a practical interface, offering a hands on approach in delivering and managing CAR-T infusions. This a comprehensive learning module (accommodating 20 delegates only) which cannot be captured in a webcast/podcast format.

3 November

UKMDS Forum Education Day

London

 

4 November

BSBMTCT Education Day

London

 

7-8 November

55th Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

London

This 2-day course, led by Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care, UCL is designed for trainee or junior grade doctors working in any field of medicine where a medical emergency may be encountered.

 

11 November

23rd London Lymphoma Forum

London

The topic for this evening meeting will be Follicular Lymphoma. Case presentations and lectures from expert guest speakers will be followed by a networking supper. Registration is free of charge.

11 November

UKMF Autumn Day

London

 

17 November

Current Thinking in Haematological Malignancies
BRISTOL

Bristol

This programme is designed to combine high calibre lectures and interactive discussions to provide an educational opportunity to update clinicians and allied professions in current issues within the management of diseases affecting haematology patients. Suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists and scientists working in haematology.

19-20 November

48th Medical Emergencies Course for Consultants

London

2-day course designed as an update for Consultants and other senior doctors working in any field of medicine where a medical emergency may be encountered. Informative and interactive sessions with questions and comments encouraged throughout.

February

22 February

UK Periprosthetic Joint Infection – GLASGOW

Glasgow

The UKPJI annual conference has been launched following the success and challenges of the Philadelphia international consensus meeting to create a group of UK surgeons, microbiologists, ID clinicians, nursing staff, physiotherapists and all allied disciplines.

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