Conferences and Courses

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

November

5 November

UK MDS Forum Education Day

London

This meeting will provide attendees with knowledge of latest research, new treatments, prevention and control in Myelodysplastic Syndromes

Key Guest Speaker – Professor David Steensma, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

7 November

19th London Lymphoma Forum

London

This evening meeting will focus on High-Grade B-Cell Lymphoma and will combine case presentations with interactive keypad voting and lectures from expert guest speakers.

Registration is free of charge. Places will be limited so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

8 November

UK Myeloma Forum Autumn Day

London

The theme of this meeting will be Unusual presentations of gammopathies and associated conditions.

13-15 November

Federation of Infection Societies (FIS 2018)

Newcastle

This is a key UK infection conference of interest to delegates from all disciplines within the areas of infectious disease, microbiology, infection prevention and tropical/travel medicine.

Topics this year will include a number of important issues currently affecting clinicians and hospital staff, including the threats posed to humanity by anti-microbial resistance.

There are also some sessions on paediatric infectious diseases and an update on current infection-related NICE guidelines.

There will be many opportunities to network with colleagues, including opinion leaders, from all over the UK and share your opinions on key topics.

24-25 November

27th Update in Critical Care for Physiotherapists

London

2-Day Critical Care Update for Physiotherapists and allied healthcare professionals. Led by Professor Mervyn Singer and colleagues, Bloomsbury Institute of Intensive Care Medicine.

22 November

BRISTOL – Current Perspectives in Haematological Malignancies

Bristol

The 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.

28 November

South West Myeloma Group

Taunton

The second meeting for 2018 will provide delegates with a useful opportunity to share best practice and keep up to date with changes in myeloma practice.

29 November

South West Haemostasis and Thrombosis

Taunton

In this second meeting for 2018, delegates will have the opportunity to share best practice and keep up to date with current issues in haemostasis and thrombosis.

December

3-4 December

44th Medical Emergencies Course for Consultants

London

CPD-approved Emergency Medicine update course for Consultants or Senior Registrars working in any speciality where a medical emergency may be encountered. Led by Professor Mervyn Singer, Bloomsbury Institute of Intensive Care Medicine.

January

24 January

BIA Infection Dilemmas Day

Manchester

A mixture of difficult and challenging cases are drawn from real life, all presented by experts using interactive keypad voting throughout. Cases will be presented for discussion from ID specialists and microbiologists dealing with a variety of immunocompromised patients, returning travellers and patients with unexplained PUO.

25 January

BIA HIV Dilemmas Day

Manchester

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.

30 January

Post ASH 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.

31 January

Post ASH 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

6 February

Post ASH Highlights

Bristol

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 Bristol 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.

12 February

Post ISTH/ASH Headlines
(non-malignancies)

Manchester

This is a new meeting which aims to cover the significant headlines from both the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) in Dublin and the American Society of Haematology (ASH) meeting in San Diego, in 2018, 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.

March

6 March

14th South West Lymphoma Group

Taunton

The 2019 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.

7 March

UK CLL Forum Annual Scientific Day

London

The focus of the UK CLL Forum Annual Scientific Day will be Informing treatment and tracking resistance
We are delighted to welcome our Keynote Speakers Professor Andrew Roberts (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia) and Dr Dan Landau (Weill Cornell Medicine and New York Genome Centre, USA)

13 March

UK Myeloma Forum Scientific Workshop

London

The theme for this workshop will be Myeloma patient Journey – Early Diagnosis to advanced disease

21-22 March

8th Annual Oxford Bone Infection Conference

Oxford

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

April

11-12 April

Annual Critical Care Symposium

Manchester

A CPD approved meeting for consultants, anaesthetists, trainees and nurses with leading international and UK experts covering various topics in intensive care.

11-12 April

Ultrasound in Acute Care

Manchester

CPD-approved 2-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.

May

1 May

BSBMT Scientific Day

London

June

28 June

The HMDS Annual Haematopathology Update

Leeds

The sessions throughout the day will concentrate on the recent advances seen and potentIal impacts on approach to diagnostics.

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