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Providing support to anyone affected by blood cancer
Our nationwide conferences give patients and carers the opportunity to ask questions about specific diseases and listen to eminent professional speakers and medical professionals.
They are held in various locations around the UK on a regular basis. As well as hearing professional speakers, you will also be able to attend more in-depth breakout sessions, as well as a question and answer session at the end of the day.
Our London conference organised in partnership with the Lymphoma Association. You can download a copy of the agenda for the day below, and we promise you a day filled with informative talks and inspirational patient speakers.
We have now stopped taking online bookings for our London Conference. If you would like to come along please call our Care Team on 08088 010 444.
Our annual conference in Leeds is for anyone affected by lymphatic or blood cancers.
The day will be filled with talks from medical professionals and inspirational patient speakers and provides the chance to meet others in a friendly and supportive setting.
It promises to be an interesting and informative day, with topics ranging from ‘The psychological effects of a diagnosis’ to ‘survivorship’. You can download a copy of the agenda for the day below.
Lunch and refreshments throughout the day are provided and while there is no charge to attend the conference, if you would like to make an optional donation towards our costs we would be very grateful.
Places are limited so we’d advise booking early to avoid disappointment.
For more information call us on 08088 010 444.
This members meeting is on Monday 28th September between 10:30am - 4:00pm. If you would like to come along to the Wales & West CLLSA members' meeting on the 28th September, you will need to book your place online, via email or over the phone.
More information at http://www.cllsupport.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=28
Our Manchester conference, run in partnership with the Lymphoma Association, is for anyone affected by lymphatic or blood cancers. The day includes talks from medical professionals and patient speakers and is a great opportunity to meet and talk with others in a friendly and supportive setting. It promises to be an interesting and informative day, with topics ranging from ‘Managing the side effects of treatment’ to ‘New and future treatments for blood cancers’. A full agenda will be made available in the next few weeks. Lunch and refreshments throughout the day are provided and while there is no charge to attend the conference, if you would like to make an optional donation towards our costs we would be very grateful. All costs and donations are equally split between ourselves and the Lymphoma Association. All bookings for this conference are being managed by the Lymphoma Association Online bookings for this conference have now closed. Please call the Lymphoma Association on 0808 808 5555 for availability.
The 2015 London members meeting will be held this year at The Grand Hall, St Bartholomew's Hospital. Keynote talks will be provided by St Bart's CLL clinical experts and members sharing CLL experiences.
More information at http://www.cllsupport.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=26
This meeting will be supported by clinical speakers with a special interest in CLL from Nottingham Universities NHS Trust.
The CLL Support Association host up to four regional meetings for members each year at different locations throughout the UK.
The meetings allow members to come together to meet others and share experiences, knowledge and resources available to people affected by CLL.
Further information on this meeting will be available at www.cllsupport.org.uk/events/upcoming-meeting-events nearer the time.
Meetings in planning for rest of 2016:
Glasgow - month to be confirmed
Southampton - month to be confirmed
London - November
Our Edinburgh conference is run in partnership with the Lymphoma Association and is for anyone affected by lymphatic or blood cancers. The day will be filled with informative talks by medical professionals as well as patient speakers. For full details take a look at our agenda.
Please see below presentations from the day:
Due to the size of the file Dr Anna Campbell's presentation on the role of exercise after a blood cancer diagnosis, it cannot be uploaded online, if you would like a copy please email email@example.com.
The Shine Connect conference is being held on Saturday, 23rd April 2016 (10am to 4:30pm) at the Mondrian Hotel on the Southbank in London. Registration is £12 for adults living with cancer and/or family members and £20 for healthcare professionals.
You can register at www.shineconnect.co.uk
The conference agenda includes:
If you have any questions about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 2016 national conference will be in London and is open to anyone who has been affected by a blood cancer.
The day is set to be an event not-to-be-missed with an agenda full of topics including the side effects of treatment, fertility, sexuality and late effects, the psychological impact of a blood cancer, new and future treatments as well as hearing from patients themselves.
Presentation slides below:
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