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The 3rd Bi-Annual Haematology and BMT Study

Theme "Reviewing the Management of BMT Complications"

This Conference is aimed at: Ward based nurses, Day Case unit staff, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Paediatric nurses, Dieticians, Pharmacists, Junior Doctors, ICU, Medical staff.

Number of Delegate Places: 70



The day will cover the key complications following BMT including Veno-occlusive disease, Graft-vs.-Host disease and post-transplant infections. This day will also look at the new novel therapies using CAR-T cells.

The day aims to:
•Inspire delegates to act as clinical champions, raising the expertise of managing post-transplant complications in their working environment.

•Increase understanding of the impact of post-transplant complications and how to support patients & families during this period of uncertainty.

•Gain understanding of how to implement individualised care planning including shared decision making in clinical practice.



On the day, the programme will be a mixture of locally and nationally based speakers:


  • Dr Maria Gilleece - Leeds Teaching Hospitals - Nurse Management of Graft-vs-Host disease (GVHD)
  • Dr Christopher Parrish - Leeds Teaching Hospitals - Nurse Management of Veno-occlusive disease (VOD)
  • Dr Suzy O’Neill - The Newcastle Teaching Hospitals - The BMT Patient in ICU
  • Dr Reuben Benjamin- Kings College London - Consultant Haematologist
  • Suzanne Liebersbach - Leeds Teaching Hospitals - CNS for Long Term Follow Up in BMT - Long Term Care in BMT
  • Dr Beki James - Leeds Teaching Hospitals- Paediatric BMTU Consultant


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