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Bloodwise Impact Days 2017

Suzanne Beattie
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31 May 2014

A roundup of the Bloodwise Impact Days this year and how to get involved next year!

The 2017 Bloodwise Impact Days ran throughout April and May in Leeds, Birmingham, London and Glasgow and were a great success!

Our Impact Days give those affected by blood cancer a chance to hear about the life-changing difference Bloodwise-funded research is having from experienced health care professionals and leading researchers in the field, as well as the chance to hear from inspiring people whose lives have been affected by blood cancer. This allows patients, family and friends to learn more about what’s being done to beat blood cancer and how Bloodwise can help to support anyone affected.

Bloodwise run these Impact Days every year and they are open to healthcare professionals, patients and anyone else interested in attending. On the day, which is completely FREE to attend, you get access to all speaker sessions, an lovely lunch, and plenty of opportunity to meet other Bloodwise supporters, as well as the chance to share your story and reason for attending.

If you'd like to read about the 2017 Impact Days and the topics coveres please click here and let us know if you have any questions or if you'd like to know more! 

Impact days are a great opportunity to connect with others who work in the field or who have been affected by blood cancer, to celebrate the amazing impact that research is having, and it’s also a great chance for us to say a HUGE THANK YOU to you all for your continued support!

Patient’s really do benefit by attending these events, so as a healthcare professional we would love it if you could tell your patients about the events when they come up or you can let us know who would like to attend and we’ll be in touch.

The next Impact Dates are not in the diary yet, but you’ll hear about them in the Nurses Newsletter as soon as they are along with details of how to register, so watch this space! 

If you have any questions or you’d like to find out more please email


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