Date: Pre-recorded material available from 17 October 2020; live vebinar Saturday 31 October 2020
Venue: Online event
This year, the annual BSH IMT day will be delivered online, as a combination of pre-recorded lectures and a live small group webinar. The event is organised by Dr Henry Wood, Dr Andrew McGregor, Dr Alex Langridge and Dr Satarupa Choudhuri on behalf of the BSH Education Committee.
The content is designed for Internal Medicine Trainees and mapped to the IMT curriculum to cover topics on malignant haematology, haemostasis and thrombosis, red cell disorders and transfusion.
The course has two aims:
- give the medical registrars of the future the knowledge and confidence to manage patients with haematological disorders
- inspire the next generation of haematology registrars
The meeting may also be useful for senior nursing staff and clinical scientists working in haematology.
Pre-recorded lectures: (available on the BSH website from 17 October 2020):
- Leukaemia and bone marrow failure - Satarupa Choudhuri, Royal Oldham Hospital
- Lymphoma and myeloma - Anita Arasaretnam, Royal Sussex County Hospital
- Red cell disorders and transfudion - Emma Drasar, University College London and Whittington Hospitals
- Thrombosis and haemostasis - Julia Czuprynska, King's College Hospital, Londnon
- How to get a haematology training number/starting as a new registrar - Shivir Moosai, The Royal Brompton Hospital, London
Live small group webinar for interactive case-based discussions (Saturday 31 October 2020):
The live webinar will be repeated to allow more people to attend in smaller groups.
- Slot 1: 10:00-12:30
Slot 2: 14:00-16:30
Please email email@example.com with your preferred time slot. If we do not hear from you, a slot will be allocated to you randomly.
- Leukaemia and bone marrow failure (30min)
- Lymphoma and myeloma (30min)
- Break (15 min)
- Red cell disorders and transfusion (30min)
- Thrombosis and haemostasis (30min)
- Open Q&A session (15min)
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.