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.
The Royal College of Pathologists is seeking to recruit new audit evaluators for haematology.
Applicants should be Fellows of the College, have knowledge of the clinical audit process and be experienced in undertaking high-quality clinical audit. Evaluators are responsible for evaluating whether the criteria and standards of audits for certification are met appropriately for your own specialty.
To apply please submit an abridged CV, one of your own audit reports, and a statement in support of your application (no more than 500 words), explaining how your skills and experience meet the person specification and how you would approach the role if appointed.
For further information and to apply for the role, please contact Kate Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Projects, consultations and research
The Professional Record Standards Body and Royal College of Physicians’ health informatics unit are developing professional guidance for the recording of medical diagnoses and problem lists in electronic health records. The project is funded by NHS Digital.
You are invited to provide feedback on the draft guidance document. Clinical leadership at project board level is provided by Professor John Williams, Anoop Shah (project lead), Afzal Chaudhry, Dermot O’Riordan, Ralph Sullivan, and Julian Costello.
Please can you give us your feedback by completing the survey at https://bit.ly/2PBopdS. The guidance document is embedded in the survey. The survey closes on 16 November 2018.