We are delighted to launch the abstract submission portal for the BSH 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting.
BSH ANNOUNCES INITIAL DETAILS FOR BSH 2021 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
We are hopeful that we will be able to meet in Liverpool for the 2021 ASM. Our priority remains the safety and security of our members, delegates, partners, committees and invited faculty. As it stands, we are working with contacts in Liverpool on ensuring that, if we are able to hold a face-to-face meeting, the layout and setup will meet the highest COVID-19 standards.
Full details on the plans for BSH 2021 will be published here, as well as emailed to our members and contacts.
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ABOUT THE ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
The British Society for Haematology Annual Scientific Meeting is the largest annual haematology event in the UK, attracting over 1400 attendees in 2019. The ASM is a fantastic opportunity to update your knowledge, with a programme featuring current clinical practice and the latest research in haematology, as well as specialist sessions for nurses and trainees, and a chance to network with international experts. The programme includes:
- Over 38 sessions across three days, including BSH guidelines and nursing sessions
- 4 exciting plenary lectures
- Internationally renowned speakers
- Innovative debates
- Opportunities to showcase your research
- A diverse range of exhibitors
- Multi-disciplinary networking opportunities
- £1000 Crucible Prize
- Grant opportunities available
- Poster sessions
- Sessions led by industry experts
Feedback from the 2019 ASM, held in Glasgow
“Excellent meeting. Worthwhile attending for networking and UK-specific updates.”
“A quiet gem of a conference proving that you can teach an old dog new tricks - innovative and progressive, thoroughly enjoyable.”
“It is a great learning environment and an opportunity to meet people and share experiences.”
“The ASM is a key congress enabling a free and frank exchange of the latest scientific updates in the haematology world.”