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Lymphoma Management

A collaboration between Lymphoma Action and the Oxford Centre for Haematology, Lymphoma Management is one of our leading events for healthcare professionals working in the lymphoma field. Course directors Professor Graham Collins and Dr Toby Eyre set an engaging programme, bringing together an excellent faculty of expert speakers from across the UK to provide an essential guide to the management of lymphomas.

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About Lymphoma Management

Lymphoma Management is a two-day, in-person course, run in September 2024 in Oxford. The course covers many key topics essential for the effective management of lymphomas, designed by our course directors and steering group, and presented by an expert faculty from across the UK. 


The content is suitable for any healthcare professional working in lymphoma or looking to develop their interest in the field, and is particularly aimed at specialist registrars, CNS’s and consultants. Whether you are a registrar looking to learn the evidence base for the diagnosis and management of lymphoma, or a consultant, specialist nurse, or other healthcare professional looking for a valuable update to your knowledge around research and practice, this course is suitable for you.


This course is a collaboration between Oxford Centre for Haematology and Lymphoma Action. 

This course has been approved by the Royal College of Pathologists (RCPath) for up to 11 CPD credits. Certificates of attendance will be issued for validation of the credit claim.


Register here


The two-day programme can be seen here.


The early bird rate for the course is £375 (until 24 June) and the standard rate is £400 (from 25 June). Online booking will close on 31 August.

Please note that payment is required at time of booking (we are not able to raise invoices for places on the course). We are able to provide receipts of payment if you require them to claim your registration cost back from your organisation.

Please note that your registration fee does not include travel and accommodation.


The course will run from 10am Monday 9 to 4.45pm Tuesday 10 September, and registration includes access to the full two-day programme (including refreshments and lunch) and a special course dinner on Monday night (places are limited for the dinner and allocated on a first-booked, first-served basis). 

Please note that registration does not include travel or accommodation which delegates must book and pay for themselves.


We are delighted to host Lymphoma Management at the contemporary and elegant Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre at Worcester College, Oxford.

Read about the venue and travelling to the venue.

See a map of Worcester College and details of the college on their website.

The venue is fully accessible. You can tell us about any accessibility requirements on registration so that we can pass this on to the venue, who can support you.

B&B rooms at the venue

We have secured a discount rate if you wish to book accommodation at the college. Please note that Lymphoma Action is not responsible for your booking. You can check the availability, prices and book your room online by using the following link and code:

Book your room 
Booking Code:   LA2024

Please note: the venue is unable to accept bookings for a guestroom less than 36 hours before the day of check-in. We are unable to offer car parking facilities. Pay and display parking is accessible at Worcester Street Car Park, OX1 2BQ which is a few minutes’ walk from Worcester College. 

Prior to booking, please read our event booking terms and conditions.

You can also read more about the venue, including important safety information here.

Course directors and steering group

We would like to thank the course directors:
•    Prof Graham Collins, Associate Professor of Haematology, Oxford University Hospitals; and
•    Dr Toby Eyre, Consultant Haematologist, Oxford University Hospitals. 

We would also like to thank the members of our steering group who gave their time to review the course content:
•    Dr Wendy Osborne, Consultant Haematologist, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle; and 
•    Dr Kate Cwynarski, Consultant Haematologist, University College London Hospital.

Grateful thanks

The following companies have sponsored this course. They have had no input into the programme or its content.

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