We are hugely grateful to the BSH 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting Programme Committee who have put together an innovative programme that covers all the haematology specialities and disciplines.
Initial outlines of the 2019 programme can be downloaded below:
The 2019 Committee is as follows:
- Tamara Everington, Chair BSH Programme Committee
- Cheng-Hock Toh, President
- Paddy Carrington
- Gordon Cook
- Adele Fielding
- Stephen Hibbs
- Trevor Jones
- Sarah Jordan
- Fiona Miall
- Guy Pratt
- David Rees
- David Roberts
- Simon Rule, Vice President
- Huw Rowswell
- Sonia Wolf
New for 2019
Behind the Mask: Enduring Pain in Haematology
Wednesday 3 April, 10:45-12:15
This session is unique to BSH 2019 and includes patients living with sickle cell disease and haemophilia arthropathy. Visual artist Deborah Padfield will also be sharing her work, which focuses on chronic pain. The session will be joined by an experienced clinical psychologist and a retired haematology consultant who both have expertise in managing pain. Discussion will include the limitations of language in communicating pain and the impact of pain-focused clinical consultations on both patients and clinicians. We will also invite reflection and questions from the floor during this special session.
Tuesday 2 April, 13:30-15:00
Interested in nursing and research? Come to this session where our expert speakers will explore how nurses can impact on practice and policy through research. More information can be found here.
Speakers: Sarah Jordan, Professor Theresa Wiseman and Simon Clare.
CME has been sought from The Royal College of Pathologists.
The event has been awarded 19 CPD credits:
Monday 1 April - 7 credits
Tuesday 2 April - 7 credits
Wednesday 3 April - 5 credits
An additional 6 points will be awarded to those who attend the pitfalls meeting on Sunday 31s March. Certificates will be awarded to those who complete the post event evaluation form and will be sent one month after the event.