We recognise the vital role nurses play in delivering haematology services, and with this in mind we have collaborated with leaders in the field to develop the specialist nursing session at our Annual Scientific Meeting. Join us in Glasgow for our 'Nursing Research' session where our expert speakers will explore how nurses can impact on nursing practice and policy through research.

 

 


Programme

Chairs

  • Professor
    Theresa Wiseman
  • Simon Clare

 Time

 

 

Presentation / Speaker

 13:30 - 13:40

   

                          

Introduction

Sarah Jordan

Haematology Nurse, University College London Hospitals                                      

       

 13:40 - 14:00

 

 

How being involved in Research can enhance clinical practice

Professor Theresa Wiseman

Clinical Professor of Applied Health Research in Cancer Care, University of Southampton

       

 14:00 - 14:20

 

 

Stages of Research: From Question to Completion  

John Murray

Nurse Clinician, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

       

 14:20 - 14:40

 

 

Nurses Don’t Do Research: Problems and pitfalls of building research capacity

Simon Clare

Clinical Nurse Specialist, University College London Hospitals 

       

 14:40 - 15:00

 

 

What are the priorities for nurse-led haematology research over the next five years?

Panel Discussion


 

Further sessions of interest to nurses:

  • Impact of Holistic care in Haematology (Monday 1 April)
  • Meet the Expert - Nurse researcher (Monday 1 April)
  • Top abstracts with expert perspective: Nursing & Education (Tuesday 1 April)
  • Meet the Expert – Nurse (Tuesday 1 April)
  • Behind the Mask: enduring pain in haematology (Wednesday 3 April)
  • Nursing posters (All days)

   

59th Annual Scientific Meeting Programme

 Visit the conference website to book your place and view the full programme.

                

Grants

We are delighted to offer grants to support attendance at our Annual Scientific Meeting, and we particularly encourage all nurses to apply. Find more details by visiting our grants page.                                                                              

        

           

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Our members have exclusive access to educational content produced by the society and its members. Nurses up to band 7 are eligible for free membership. To learn about the full benefits, visit our membership page.