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The British Society for Haematology (BSH) Paediatric Special Interest Group’s (SIG) primary role is to represent paediatric haematology and address its training, manpower and educational needs. The SIG is comprised of BSH members and non-members who are involved in the care and study of childhood blood disorders.

The group holds the Paediatric Haematology Symposium event annually in the winter. A second educational meeting might be held during the ASM, subject to the approval of the BSH Programme Committee. The group also provides education at the RCPCH annual meeting. The SIG meets outside of the educational events twice per year face to face and by teleconference as required.

The SIG, formerly the Paediatric Committee, was established to bring together all those involved in childhood blood disorders. The SIG is open to BSH Members, non-members, clinicians, pediatricians, trainees, nurses or part of the wider healthcare profession.

Officers of Paediatric SIG

           Dr John Grainger (Chair)

           Dr Banu Kaya

           Dr Amrana Qureshi

           Dr Simone Stokely

           Dr Chris Halsey

           Dr Sanjay Tewari

           Dr Beki James

           Dr Neha Bhatnagar

           Dr Olga Tsoulaki

           Dr Rosanna Ghinai

The next Paediatric Special Interest Group meeting will be on Tuesday, September 17th 2019 11:00am to 15:30pm.

If you would like to join the meeting via teleconference please contact Summer Zebian (Guidelines & Special Interest Group Officer) at


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