Past Conferences and Courses

2024
January

23-24 January

Post ASH Significant Highlights
Day 1: Lymphoma, CLL and WM
Day 2: Leukaemia, Myeloma, MPN, SCD

London

This meeting will provide an overview of the most innovative scientific and clinical data presented at ASH 2023 that is useful for a UK audience. Registration will offer the choice of attending on a single day or both days.

23 January (evening)

AML Academy Workshop

London/Hybrid

The fifth in the series of hybrid evening regional workshops for AML will combine case presentations with high calibre lectures and discussion to provide an update in the management AML. Suitable for consultants, trainees, nurses, pharmacists and scientists working in this disease area. Delegates will have the choice of attending in person or virtually.

 

31 January

What’s New in Haematological Malignancies – STIRLING

Stirling, Scotland

This meeting will provide an overview of the most innovative scientific and clinical data presented at ASH 2023 that is useful for a UK audience.

2024
February

1 February

Liverpool Myeloid Update

Liverpool

This regional update will include the 6th Mini AML Academy during the afternoon, followed by CML in the Spotlight. The meeting will focus on interesting developments in AML and CML, combining high calibre lectures, discussion and case presentations.

5 February

HaemSTAR Update Day

Birmingham

This meeting is set up and organised by HaemSTAR to provide an educational day for trainees with an interest in non-malignant haematology. They will update on their research projects and other initiatives, along with plenary lectures from invited speakers.

6 February

Post ISTH & ASH Highlights (non-malignant updates)

Birmingham

This national Non-Malignant Haematology Evidence Update meeting will include sessions covering relevant topics in thrombosis, bleeding disorders, immunohaematology, obstetric haematology and red cell disorders.

7 February

UK Haemato-Oncology Clinical Studies Group Trials Update

London

This important meeting for UK haemato-oncology trials will cover a wide range of disease areas, with updates on recent trial results, current portfolios, planned future trials, biomarker studies and more.

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2024
March

5 March

UK North Myeloma Forum

Liverpool

The UK North Myeloma Forum aims to bring together clinicians and AHPs working in Myeloma to disseminate national and international data, provide a platform for regional discussion on implementation and access to new drugs plus form a great networking opportunity for the North East, North West, Yorkshire and Scotland.

6 March

South West Lymphoma Group

Taunton

This 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.

8 March

UK CLL Forum Annual Scientific Day

London

The UK CLL Forum Annual Scientific Day will be held as a face-to-face event to enable collaboration between those attending. The theme will be: From BCR structure and function to standard of care – 25 years of clinical progress in CLL.

11 March

What’s New in Haematological Malignancies – NEWCASTLE

Newcastle

The organisers of this meeting, Professor Graham Jackson and Dr Wendy Osborne, have invited a leading expert faculty to be on-site for lectures and discussions to explore “What’s New in Haematological Malignancies’.

For exhibition enquiries, please contact Carly – carly@hartleytaylor.co.uk

20 March

UK Myeloma Society Spring Day

London/Hybrid

The theme of this hybrid meeting is Controversies and uncertainties – Unanswered questions in myeloma. The Michael Morley Lecture – Bispecific Abs and CAR-T: sequencing toxicities and practicalities – will be delivered by Professor Niels van der Donk, Amsterdam University Medical Centre.

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