BSH committee vacancies

Volunteers play a crucial role in helping to deliver the Society's charitable objectives. We have a wide range of opportunities for those who wish to get involved in BSH's activities.

The benefits of volunteering include

  • Helping us to fulfil our mission of transforming patient care through excellence in haematology 
  • Getting involved with interesting projects
  • Meeting and networking with peers
  • Using your knowledge to help others
  • Learning new skills

Please be aware that Committee vacancies are only open to BSH members.

Finance Committee Vacancies

The BSH Finance Committee has two vacancies for someone looking for a slightly different learning experience and career development. The Committee reviews the Society’s annual audit; its investments and monitors spending against budgets. We don’t require specialist knowledge, but we do look for people who will ask questions! We would particularly like to encourage a diverse range of applications: e.g. from younger members; from members who are not medics and from different ethnic backgrounds.

Please call Katy Amberley, Chief Executive, for an initial discussion on 02077132097. Please email a brief statement outlining your interest and what you could bring to the committee to: accounts@b-s-h.org.uk

Deadline: Friday 15 June

External opportunities

 

The Aplastic Anaemia Trust

Reproduced from the AAT website

Since our establishment in the 1990s, incredible effort and commitment from our fundraising supporters and the unwavering dedication from world-leading haematology researchers at St George’s and King’s College Hospitals in London we have spent over £3m to enable ground-breaking research into aplastic anaemia and provide everyone affected with excellent emotional and clinical support.

Thanks in large part to the effort of the AAT, survival rates have vastly improved, with 8 out of 10 patients responding well to treatment and leading normal lives.

We recognise that more remains to be done to ensure that everyone affected, whether adult or child, survives the effects of the devastating disease and can lead healthy and fulfilling lives.

Today more than ever we are committed to enabling research in the areas that will lead to improved treatments for all patients affected, better understanding of aplastic anaemia and allied rare bone marrow failures, and ultimately finding a cure.

We are only able to do this thanks to the time and donations from our generous supporters. Every one of you should feel proud of your contribution to the progress we’ve been able to make and the part you played.

For prospective applicants

You can find all the relevant information, including our Research Policy which sets out research terms and conditions, and the grant application form by following the links.

Information on the Research Advisory Panel members can be found here.

A timeline of the application process along with details of the award process can be viewed by clicking on the links.

Applications completed in full should be submitted via e-mail to gberry@theaat.org.uk no later than 2pm on 6 June 2018.

Projects, consultations and research