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Cheltenham 2010

Time Agenda Item Downloads Available
09:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Opening comments and welcome
Chair (Louise McNamara)
OpeningComments.ppt
10:10 Music Therapy
Neil Foster, Music Therapist, Royal Marsden Hospital, London
10:50 Myeloma Nurse Training Programme
Dianne McGuiness, Head of Research and Services, MyelomaUK
MyelomaNurseTraining.ppt
11:10 Apheresis Training & Competencies – ELF fellowship project
Gemma White, Guy’s Hospital, London
ApheresisTraining.ppt
11:30 Coffee, scientific posters ad exhibition viewing
12:00 Mobilisation of haematopoietic stem cells for use in autologous Stem Cell Transplantation
Maxine Rudkin, Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham
MobilisationHaema.ppt
12:45 Panel Discussion: Stem Cell Mobilisation: Optimising yields and timing
Davina Potok, NBS; Clare Wiggins, Southampton; John Murray, Manchester
13:30 Lunch and exhibition viewing
Ribavarin workshop x2 (30 mins each)
14:30 Are allogeneic transplants impacting on the patient’s ability to return to work?
Jane Nunnick, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
AllogeneicTransplants.ppt
14:50 The nursing challenges of infectious issues in alternative HSCT settings
Jane Stivala, UCLH, London
15:10 A pilot clinical service evaluation on the usage and satisfaction of complementary therapy for patients treated in cancer services at UCLH, London
Angie Buxton-King, UCLH, London
ComplimentaryTherapies.ppt
15:30 ALL in adults over 30 years of age, the role of transplant and future developments
Professor David Marks, Consultant in Haematology and Bone Marrow transplant at UH Bristol, and Professor or Haematology and Stem Cell at the University of Bristol.
16:00 Evaluation and closing remarks

Date

Nov 11 2010

Time

08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
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