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BSH 2020 Virtual will provide a platform for the UK and international haematology community to share knowledge, learn, discuss ideas and concerns, and reflect on current issues. The virtual conference will combine on demand and live learning in an online platform built for digital interaction and engagement.

Delegates will have exclusive access to presentations from experts on current clinical practice and the latest developments in haematology, and they will be able to share research with colleagues via abstracts and poster presentations. Attendees will also have the opportunity to engage with industry partners via the virtual exhibition space.

Programme details will be released soon.

The interactive programme of BSH 2020 Virtual includes:

  • Live sessions with Q&A sessions
  • A lively Crucible session
  • 6 days of live sessions covering both COVID-19 specific findings and haematology updates
  • The opportunity to network and stay connected with colleagues
  • On demand sessions, available until April 2021
  • Industry partners’ symposia
  • Exhibition space to explore and connect with industry professionals
  • 200+ posters

2020 Crucible Prize

Why not get involved in one of the highlight sessions of the meeting, with a chance to win a £1000 prize? The Crucible Prize is an innovative trainee-led initiative where the five top abstracts are selected for oral presentation at the ASM. It aims is to encourage reflection on what haematologists do and why they do it. The Crucible competition is open to doctors in training, nurses and other healthcare professionals at any stage of their career.

 Find out more information here.

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FAQs

I had already registered for the 2020 ASM, do I need to register again?

Yes, you will need to register for BSH 2020 Virtual. The registration fees for the 2020 ASM in Birmingham have been refunded, so please register for BSH 2020 Virtual

When can I register?

Registration for BSH 2020 Virtual will open on 2 September 2020. The platform will be accessible from 2 November and the live content will be available from 9 November 2020.

How much is registration?

BSH members will receive a discounted rate, and we will also offer concessionary rates for Trainees, Nurses and delegates from low and middle-income countries. Pricing for the event will be updated here shortly.

How can I become a BSH member to take advantage of discounted registration fees?

BSH members receive discounts on all BSH events and courses, as well as a discount on the registration fee for BSH 2020 Virtual. Other popular membership benefits include grants to support research and education, access to a selection of educational videos and to the British Journal of Haematology, and joint membership with EHA. The list of benefits can be found here.

Associate membership is free and full membership starts from £70. If you are a UK taxpayer, our membership subscriptions are tax deductible, so you could claim at least 20% of your subscription back.

Membership applications are reviewed on the 15th of every month by the BSH Board of Trustees. As this process can take up to four weeks, the deadline to submit your membership application to ensure that you receive the members discounted rate for BSH 2020 Virtual is 15 September 2020. To join BSH, please complete this online application form.

When will I get access to the platform?

Access to the platform will be available from 2 November. At this time, you will be able to view your profile, indicate your interests, request meetings with industry partners and plan your schedule for the live sessions.

What if I cannot watch the live sessions?

All live sessions will be recorded and available for you to view on demand, up to April 2021.

How long will content be available?

All BSH 2020 Virtual content, including the recorded live sessions, will be available on demand until April 2021, giving you the opportunity to engage with content at your leisure.

Will the virtual event be CME accredited?

We are seeking accreditation from RCPath for BSH 2020 Virtual. All delegates who engage with the content will be issued a certificate based on the hours of learning. Further breakdown of CPD accreditation will be updated in due course.

What happens with my abstract previously accepted for 2020 BSH ASM?

You will have now been contacted by the abstract team with details for your oral or poster presentation and next steps.

How can I present a poster?

Only the abstracts accepted for the 2020 BSH ASM will be available to view at BSH 2020 Virtual; unfortunately, the abstract system will not re-open before the virtual conference. All poster presenters will be contacted in August with instructions and next steps.

If you’d like to submit a new abstract, the abstracts submission site for BSH 2021 ASM, due to take place in Liverpool on 25-27 April 2021, will open in September.

What are the technical requirements to access BSH 2020 Virtual?

The BSH 2020 Virtual platform is designed to be easily accessible for all delegates. To access the conference, you will need a device with audio (desktop, laptop, tablet, phone) and a stable internet connection.

In order to have the best experience, we recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome, but other browsers, such as Firefox, Safari and Internet explorer 11+, can also be used.

My question is not answered above

Please send an email to BSH2020@mci-group.com. We are happy to answer any questions you may have on BSH 2020 Virtual.