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Our sixth annual Lymphoma Management course is returning to Keble College Oxford, Monday 15 - Tuesday 16 July 2019. Our expert faculty of lymphoma specialists from across the UK will provide a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis, treatment and management of lymphomas.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at specialist trainees wishing to gain a deeper understanding of lymphoma or consultants who would like to refresh their knowledge.
We also have a CNS Masterclass at Keble College, 12pm-6pm on Sunday 14 July.
Completion of the course should equip participants in the following areas:
• The principles underpinning diagnostic and therapeutic modalities as applied to lymphoma in all its subtypes
• An understanding of practical considerations when prescribing immunochemotherapy and radiotherapy
• To apply the most appropriate diagnostic techniques and therapeutic interventions to individual patients with a lymphoma diagnosis
• A thorough training in material which may be covered in professional exams e.g. FRCPath
Standard registration fee (Monday 15 - Tuesday 16 July): £375
Fees include hot lunch on both Monday and Tuesday, all refreshment breaks, dinner on Monday 15 July, digital course pack and end of course quiz.
(Please note that you MUST reserve a seat at the Monday night course dinner at the time of buying your tickets or we will not cater for you).
Travelling to Keble College
Overnight accommodation is available at Keble College. Find out more or book online at www.keble.ox.ac.uk/bed-breakfast
Download our information pack on travelling to Oxford, finding Keble College, and where to park in Oxford.
About the organisers:
Dr Graham Collins is a Consultant Haematologist and lymphoma lead at the Oxford Cancer and Haematology Centre and Principle Investigator for a number of early and late phase studies. He is also the chair of the UK NIHR Hodgkin study group and T-cell working group.
Dr Toby Eyre is a Consultant Haematologist at the Oxford Cancer and Haematology Centre with a specific interest in lymphoma and CLL. He is a member of the Low Grade lymphoma subgroup. He has a Diploma in Medical Education and a MD doctorate in early phase lymphoid clinical trials.
Lymphoma Action is the only charity in the UK specialising in lymphoma. The charity works closely with its medical advisors to provide educational events and resources for health professionals in addition to its primary role providing support and information to people affected by lymphoma.
Our delegates from previous years said:
‘The course was great, concise evidence based advice on diagnostics and therapeutics from eminent speakers’
‘The best haematology course I have attended’
‘A brilliant course with a balance of clinical and background information. I paid out of my own pocket and I do not feel short changed’
‘I will be strongly recommending this to my colleagues’
‘Well organised with great catering and comprehensive talks. It’s definitely worth attending’