Reasons to attend BSH 2019
The British Society for Haematology Annual Scientific Meeting is the largest annual haematology event in the UK with over 1300 attendees in 2018. The ASM is a fantastic opportunity to update your knowledge with an innovative programme and the chance to network with international experts.
- Over 36 sessions across three days including BSH Guidelines, and Nursing Sessions
- 4 exciting plenary lectures
- Internationally renowned expert speakers
- Innovative Debates
- Opportunities to showcase your research
- A diverse range of exhibitors
- Multi-disciplinary networking opportunities
- £1000 Crucible Prize
Don’t just take our word for it. Here’s some feedback from the 2018 ASM in :
“I think this years' BSH ASM has been the best I have attended yet. It covered a broad range of sub-specialties reflected by the variety in the plenary lectures. I came away feeling inspired and motivated with new ideas. Thank you”
“This conference is an essential date in my diary. It is a chance to stand back and reflect on my own practice while learning from others and getting up to date.”
“Fabulous. The learning opportunities are endless. There is something for everyone no matter what stage of their career from medical school to Professor”
“A well-organised, well-attended conference, addressing the whole spectrum of UK haematology practice rather than just a niche.”
We spoke with a number of presenters at BSH 2018 about their work in the field of haematology. Hear from a range of experts including Professor Charles Craddock, Professor David Marks and Dr Sonia Wolf here.