About BSH and its
Annual Scientific Meeting

The British Society for Haematology has been bringing haematology professionals together since 1960, by listening, learning, and leading to transform the care its members provide to patients.

Our Annual Scientific Meeting is an opportunity to learn from others in the field, hear the latest research from industry partners and network with colleagues and peers at the largest annual haematology event in the UK.

We cannot wait to be back to face to face meetings following the delivery of two successful virtual meetings for 2020 and 2021, which allowed the haematology community to keep on learning and sharing.

Highlights from 2021

Each year, the dedicated Programme Committee develop an outstanding packed programme. Be sure to save the date for the 2022 hybrid meeting, taking place in Manchester, and online, 3-5 April 2022.

Some of our highlight sessions from the 2021 Virtual meeting:

Meet the committee

Meet the BSH 2022 Programme Committee. The committee has student, nurse, trainee, and specialist representatives. The committee shape the programme for the meeting, listen to the feedback from previous meetings and work with the wider haematology community to bring you the latest research and learnings within haematology.

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BSH encourage abstract submissions to the meeting, this is a chance for you to showcase your work and research to the haematology community. Click here for more details, submission now open.

Find out more here

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Want to be part of the 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting? Send an email to bsh2022industry@mci-group.com to discuss sponsorship opportunities and receive a copy of the sponsorship prospectus.

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The Crucible Prize

The Crucible Prize is an innovative trainee-led initiative with a £1000 prize. The prize is open to doctors in training, nurses and other healthcare professionals (at any stage of their career). The aim of this session is to encourage reflection on what we do as healthcare providers, and why we do it.

The theme for the 2022 Crucible Prize is: 'What current haematology practices would seem absurd to the haematology community in 2050?'. Abstract submission is now open for the 2022 Crucible Prize; find out more details on how to enter on the BSH Website.

Submission deadline Friday 3 December 2021.


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