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In this section we have collated haematological educational resources to support your professional development. Whether you are an undergraduate, a junior doctor, a specialist trainee, a nurse, allied health professional or a healthcare scientist – there will be something here to suit you.

These resources are open to non-members, but you will need to create a profile on our website. If you haven't registered on our site, you can create your profile, or you can login now.

 

  

 

Haematology Images
Showcasing a wide range of Haematology topics, our image bank is an exciting resource for students, trainees and consultants. The haematology images are open to everyone and do not require registration.

 

 

 

 

Case reports
Our bank of case reports explore the changes and challenges of diagnosis. Each report is illustrated with photographs and includes a multiple choice question at the end where you can test your knowledge. 

 

 

 

Essay questions
The essay questions are designed to help you study for the FRCPath membership exams. After completing your essay, you can compare it to the sample essay outline to make sure you included the key points.

 

 

 

Extended Matching Questions (EMQ) and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
The EMQs and MCQs are designed to support your professional development and specifically to test your knowledge across all aspects of haematology. These questions will also support exam preparation. They are divided into three categories: the basic level for undergraduates, the intermediate level for F1-CT2 and the advanced level for those of you who are studying for the FRCPath exams.

 

 

 

Tutorials
Each tutorial in this section explores the process of diagnosing and treating a specific disease. The tutorials are useful to a range of healthcare professionals such as junior doctors, nurses and other allied healthcare professionals.

 

 

 

Lectures and Videos
In this section you find material exclusive to BSH Members. We have selected some of the talks given during the 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting in Glasgow for you to revisit in video format.

 

The resources in this section are historical and have been transferred from BloodMed. To ensure that the material in this area is up to date and accurate updates will be continually made.

To help us with this, if you see any information that is incorrect or out of date, please use the feedback button, where available, or email communications@b-s-h.org.uk to bring it to our attention.