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.

Committee: General Haem Task Force

Position: BSH Member with interest in paediatric haematology

Deadline: Monday 30 April 2018.

The General Haem Task Force of the British Society for Haematology Guidelines (BSH Guidelines) requires one new member with interest in paediatric haematology.

The appointments will be for 3 years in the first instance. Applications are requested from consultant haematologists involved in General Haematology and working in a UK hospital that would interested in joining the Task Force.  

The Task Force meets 3 times annually at the BSH offices in London. The work of the taskforce is mostly in producing and updating guidelines and addressing other areas of development relevant to the UK. Being part of this group offers an excellent opportunity to help advance a career.

To register your interest please send your CV and covering letter to Rita Gupta, BSH Guidelines Project Manager: rita.gupta@b-s-h.org.uk  by Monday 30 April 2018.

Committee: Transfusion Task Force

Position: BSH Member with interest in transfusion haematology

Deadline: Monday 30 April 2018

The Transfusion Task Force of the British Society for Haematology Guidelines (BSH Guidelines) requires one new member with interest in transfusion haematology.

The appointment will be for 3 years in the first instance. Applications are requested from consultant haematologists involved in Blood Transfusion haematology and working in a UK hospital that would interested in joining the Task Force.  

The Task Force meets 4 times annually at the BSH offices in London. The work of the taskforce is mostly in producing and updating guidelines and addressing other areas of development relevant to the UK. Being part of this group offers an excellent opportunity to help advance a career. 

To register your interest please send your CV and covering letter to Rita Gupta, BSH Guidelines Project Manager: rita.gupta@b-s-h.org.uk  by Monday 30 April 2018.

External opportunities

 

Projects, consultations and research

 

Royal College of Pathologists

Nominations are now invited for this year’s Percy Oliver Memorial Award. This year’s award will be given to a person in the Lay Category.

The Oliver Memorial Award is given to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the field of blood transfusion.

To nominate someone, you will need to submit a citation describing your nominee’s background, achievements and contributions to the field of blood transfusion (in no more than 750 words). Furthermore, the citation should demonstrate the impact that they have made to the field.

The deadline for nominations is 25th May 2018.

More information can be found here