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Spring is here! 

Welcome everyone to the March edition of the Bloodwise Haemato-oncology Nursing Bulletin. We hope you've all been enjoying the amazing weather and looking forward to the easter break! 

We've had lots to celebrate this month at HQ, including the successful running of our first Haemato-Oncology Nurses Shared Learning Conference in London at the beautiful National Gallery, as well as our Nurses e-learning course becoming available to all haemato-oncology nurses!

And we have even more excitement to look forward to this year with the launch of Blood Cancer Connect, more events and the building of our Nurses Networks. 

Have a look below to find out more!

Visiting Nursing teams across the UK - Our grand tour!

Starting in March, our patient experience team has been traveling around the country to meet with haemato-oncology nursing teams to talk about the services and resources we have to offer, as well as those we, and what Bloodwise can do to better support haemato-obncology nurses and patients.

To find out more about our travels click here >
Roundup of the Shared Learning Conference

The Shared Learning Conference for Haemato-Oncology Nurses ran on the 10th March 2017 at the beautiful National Gallery in London. It was a fantastic day enjoyed by all and a great start with lots more to come!

Find out more about the day here in our blog > 
Nurses Haemato-Oncology   E-Learning Course update

Click below for another exciting update from Lena Elkman on her work with haemato-oncology nurses on our new e-learning course for ward and junior nurses!

P​lease click here to find out more >
Your Impact: Jodie Nightingill

Meet Jodie Nightingill, a haematology CNS at Broomfield Hospital working with patients and their families, and helping Bloodwise to provide the best information and support possible!

Click here to read about Jodie's journey and see what she's been up to >

Research Roundup 

Researchers funded by Bloodwise at the National Human Genome Research Institute may have found a way of targeting junk DNA mutations which could be affecting the on/off switch of the LMO2 gene in patients with T-ALL. 

Read more about this here >

Our Nurses Network

Our Nurses Network is fast growing and spans the whole of the UK, providing various ways for haemato-oncology nurses from different hospitals to connect with each other and share learning and best practice. It's easy to join so click below for more information!

Join the Nurses Network >
Join the Bloodwise Nurses Facebook Group!

The Bloodwise Nurses Facebook Group is a closed community of haemato-oncology nurses across the UK who use this forum to share questions, thoughts and news.

Click here to find out more >

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