The EBMT (UK) NAP Committee welcomes you. As part of the main EBMT group we exist to provide education and networking opportunities for all healthcare professionals involved in the care of stem cell transplant patients in the UK.

 
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Management of Post BMT Complications

Dear Colleague,

 

We would personally like to invite you to a regional event that was initiated by an Expert Panel meeting in Istanbul at the EBMT this year where topics were selected for the programme.

 

You may remember that we ran a successful series of Post BMT complications events last year, where there was a review on areas where there is little evidence and complex patient cases. We are pleased to offer this series again for 2015, with 6 regional meetings being planned across the UK and an extension into various disease areas including Sickle Cell, SAA and complications that arise with in particular respiratory infections.

 

Consultants / BMT Co-ordinators/ Nurses/ Trainees/ Pharmacists and BMT unit ward staff all welcome.

 

This is a multi-disciplinary meeting and we are encouraging attendees from all backgrounds with an interest in BMT and in particular non-transplanters from the referral centres and colleagues in infection and ICU

 

Jazz pharmaceuticals are sponsoring the CPD educational event on 6th July in Manchester that was put together by a team of transplant focused people with Manchester Chairs: Rob Wynn and Fiona Dignan.

 

 

MANCHESTER

State-of-the-Art – Management of Post-BMT Complications

Monday 6th July (2pm– 8:30pm)

The Midland Hotel

 

Chairs: Professor Rob Wynn and Dr Fiona Dignan

 

An electronic version of the programme is available from becky@hartleytaylor.co.uk or ring on 01565 621967. Hoping the enclosed information is of interest to you and your department colleagues.

 

Kind regards,

 

Julie

 

Hartley Taylor Medical Communications

Meeting fully funded by Jazz pharmaceuticals

Please look at the Meetings section for the pdf full program and apply to Hartley Taylor for a place

best wishes

john

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