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EBMT UK NAP annual meeting 2018

Events Presentations

Developing and running a nurse-led late effects clinic
Sheri Thompson
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Developing an Ambulatory Program: The Cardiff experience
Bethan Ingram, Ambulatory Care Lead Nurse, Helen Long, Haematology Lead Dietitian, Siobhan Smith, Ambulatory Care Lead Pharmacist
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Blood and Marrow Transplantation: State-of-the-Art
Dr Keith Wilson, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Haematology, Cardiff University
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The impact of ultra-high resolution HLA typing on unrelated donor HSCT outcome – Does NGS typing make a difference?
Dr Neema Mayor, Head of Immunogenetics Research, Anthony Nolan Research Institute, Honorary Lecturer, UCL Cancer Institute
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Hourly Schedule

0900 -
Registration & Coffee
0930 -
John Murray, Nurse Clinician BMT, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Opening Comments & Welcome
0940 -
Dr Keith Wilson, Consultant Haematologist, Lead for Blood and Bone Marrow Transplantation Cardiff and Vale
HSCT; the state of the art and future proofing our practice
1010 -
Dr Neema Mayor, Head on Immunogenetics Research, Anthony Nolan
The impact of ultra-high resolution HLA typing on unrelated donor HSCT outcome-does NGS typing make a difference?
1040 -
Coffee, Scientific poster and Exhibition viewing
1110 -
Helen Jessop, BMT co-ordinator, The Royal Hallamshire
Transplant for Multiple Sclerosis
1140 -
Troy Chase, MacMillan Clinical Psychologist, Imperial Hospital
1230 -
Lunch with Exhibition viewing
1330 -
Annual Business Meeting (UK)
1400 -
Dr Rachel Brown, Consultant Haematologist, Central Manchester Hospitals
Investigations of Cardiac Status
1430 -
Bethan Ingram, CNS in Ambulatory Care, Cardiff and Vale Hospital
Developing an ambulatory program
1500 -
Amanda Calderwood, Lead Nurse Manchester TAS-NHSBT
The changing face of ECP
1530 -
Sheridan Thompson, CNS Blood and Marrow Transplantation, Cardiff and Vale Hospital
Developing and running a nurse led late effects clinic
1600 -
Final comments and Close


Oct 26 2018


St. David’s Hotel, Cardiff