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Welcome to January's Bloodwise Haemato-oncology Nursing Bulletin! We hope you've all had a great New Year so far. 

We've had a busy start to the year here at Bloodwise HQ with lots of new projects underway and lots of exciting events coming up throughout the year.  

New starter

We've got another new starter in the team, Suzanne Beattie, who will be helping to support patients over the phone, by email and through social media, as well as liaising with healthcare professionals about all the exciting developments we have coming up and new ways to get involved and support patients. 

This Year

We hope you're all having a fantastic start to the year and thank you all again for your continued support and commitment! 

We've got lots coming up in 2017, so have a look below at what's on to start with!

Shared Learning Conference, 10th March - save the date!

Register now for a place at our inaugural Shared Learning Conference specially dedicated to supporting CNS's and CRN's working in haematology.

Find out more and register your place here >
20th February 2017: Book your Calendar Girls tickets!

If you were disappointed to miss the Calendar Girls performance on the 28th January, don't despair! Book your free tickets for a second performance at 7.30pm on the 20th February at the Phoenix Theatre, London. 

Find out more about how to book your place here >
New Patient Information Fact Sheets - Have a look!

Our Patient Information Team here at HQ have been working very hard on a series of new Fact Sheets to help patients get quick and easy access to the information which is important and relevant for them!

Find out more here and have a look at some of the new releases >
E-Learning Module Update

Lena Elkman has been working closely with Haemato-oncology nurses on the new Nurses eLearning Resource project, to create e-learning modules for all haemato-oncology health care professionals.

Read more about the new eLearning modules here >

Research Roundup 

An international collaboration of researchers has shown proof-of-concept that truly personalised therapy could be possible in the future for people with cancer.

Read more about how personalised therapy could work for patients with AML >

Your Impact: Aisling Maccarthy

Meet Aisling Maccarthy, a Clinical Educator for Oncology at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and read about her work...

Take a look at what Aisling's been up to >

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