Free online event.

Date: Friday 17 March 2023
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Venue: Zoom online

The British Society for Haematology (BSH) is hosting a series of free CPD talks for our haematology colleagues internationally. The topics for the talks have bene selected based on requests from some of our international colleagues. These one-hour long talks will take place every two months at 12.00noon UK time on a Friday to cater for different time zones and working patterns across the globe and will be delivered via Zoom. 

The tenth talk in the current series on 17 March 2023 is on 'Diagnosis and management of autoimmune haemolytic anaemia' and will be delivered by Dr Quentin Hill, Consultant Haematologist, St James' University Hospital, Leeds.

There is no fee to participate in this programme and it is open to physicians, nurses, pharmacists and scientists. We are keen for this programme to be of benefit to a wider audience and would appreciate it if you could please share it with your contacts and relevant group of professionals.

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