Date: Monday 23 May 2022

Time: 09:30 – 16:30

Venue: Friends Meeting House, Euston, London



The BSH Paediatric Special Interest Group (SIG) have organised their annual symposium to provide updates on paediatric haematology.


 Who should attend?

This meeting is aimed at Consultants, Trainees and anyone with an interest in paediatric haematology.   


 Topics include:

  • Inherited anaeamias (incl. SCD)
  • Neonatal haematology
  • BMT
  • ALL (incl. new threapies)
  • Neutropenia and ITP
  • Bleeding and bruising (incl. haemophilia)
  • Haematology emergencies 


The programme can be viewed and downloaded here. The registration fee includes lunch and refreshments.


Course Organiser

Dr John Grainger & Dr Amrana Qureshi on behalf of the BSH Paediatric SIG.


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Event Availability

  • Consultants
  • £40.00 (BSH members)
  • £60.00 (non members)
  • May 23rd 2022
  • Trainees
  • £20.00 (BSH members)
  • £40.00 (non members)
  • May 23rd 2022

To register for this event, please log in or register for the website.
If you are a BSH Member, this will allow you to claim a discount on most educational events: read more about the benefits of Membership.

Event places remaining: 12

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