The Haematology-Oncology Task Force of the British Society for Haematology Guidelines (BSH Guidelines) requires one new member.
The appointments will be for 3 years in the first instance. Applications are requested from consultant haematologists or clinical scientists involved in Haemato-Oncology. You will need to be working in a UK hospital and interested in joining the Task Force.
The Task Force meets three times annually via Zoom Video Conferencing. The work of the taskforce is mostly in producing and updating guidelines and addressing other areas of development relevant to the UK. Being part of this group offers an excellent opportunity to help advance a career.
To register your interest please send your CV and covering letter to Rita Gupta, BSH Guidelines Programme Manager: email@example.com by Monday, 31 May 2021.
The British Society for Haematology Guidelines Committee requires a new Vice Chair from July 2021. The appointment is for 2 years leading on to the position of Chair of the BSH Guidelines Committee from July 2023.
Applications are requested from BSH members who are currently, or have been in the last three years, members of one of the BSH Guidelines Task Forces.
The Guidelines Committee meets 3 times annually either by zoom or at the BSH offices in London. The work of the Vice Chair is:
• To act as deputy for the Chair when required
• To co-ordinate along with the Chair, guideline production providing clear guidance to Task Force Chairs to ensure due process
• To attend meetings with other organisations EHA/ ASH
To register your interest please send your CV and covering letter to Rita Gupta, BSH Guidelines Programme Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 May 2021.
To access the Guidelines Session presentations from the 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting in Glasgow please follow the link below.
You will need to log in as a BSH member to view them.
The following presentations given during the Guidelines Session with link to the BSH Guideline are below:
Diagnosis and therapy of genetic haemochromatosis - Dr Edward Fitzsimons
Use of hydroxycarbamide in children and adults with sickle cell disease - Dr Amrana Quereshi