Pitfalls and Medical Students Meeting


Pitfalls is now fully booked. Places are still available for the Making Sense of Hematology Study day, more details can be found below. 

Sunday 31 March 2019, SEC Glasgow

Now in its eleventh year, this popular education day will be taking place in Glasgow ahead of the main scientific programme and promises to deliver exciting and relevant content. 

A day aimed at Haematology trainees, consultants, specialist nurses and clinical scientists with case based, interactive teaching which this year has a focus on laboratory pitfalls in a clinical context. Pitfalls will be followed by a networking drinks reception open to all ASM delegates.  

Pitfalls in Haematology – Laboratory Theme - Draft agenda 

10:00 – 10:30 REGISTRATION

Session One: Chaired by Dr Linda Barton, Leicester and Dr Tom Butler, London  

10:30 – 11:30 Pitfalls in Haemostasis and Thrombosis, Dr Arshi Yasmin, Paisley                   

11:30 – 12.30 Pitfalls in Haemoglobinopthy, Dr Amy Webster, Leicester

12:30 – 13:30 LUNCH

Session Two: Chaired by Dr Fiona Miall, Leicester 

13:30 – 14:30 Pitfalls in Haematological Malignancy diagnostics, Dr Linda Barton, Leicester

14:30 – 15:30 Pitfalls in Transfusion medicine, Dr Tom Bullock, NHSBT, Bristol  

15:30 – 16:00   TEA & COFFEE

Session Three: Chaired by Dr Fiona Miall, Leicester and Dr Tom Butler, London

16:00 – 17:00  Pitfalls in non-malignant Morphology - liaison with other specialties, Dr Tom Butler, London

17:00 – 18:00 Pitfalls for Haematologists: the Law and Medical Practice, Dr Roderick Neilson, Glasgow

18.00 – 19.00  DRINKS RECEPTION 

Please see below the registration fees for the Pitfalls meetings only. Please register here.

Pitfalls meeting - BSH member tenured haematologist £40
Pitfalls meeting - BSH member Concessionary rate £20
Pitfalls meeting - Non - Member Concessionary rate £40
Pitfalls meeting - Non member Tenured haematologist £60

**To qualify for the concessionary rate you must be a nurse, scientist, fully retired member or a non-tenured haematologist. Following the completion of your registration the team will contact you for proof of employment within these roles.

BSH Making Sense of Haematology

Sunday 31 March 2019, SEC Glasgow

Running alongside the Pitfalls meeting is our Making Sense of Haematology event aimed at senior medical students preparing for the Final MBChB examination, doctors in their foundation years of practice, physician associates and advanced clinical/nurse practitioners. This event is excellent value for money at only £20 including the drinks reception.

More details and how to register can be found here: https://b-s-h.org.uk/conference-and-events/events/bsh-making-sense-of-haematology/