British Society for Haematology

65th Annual
Scientific Meeting

27-29 April 2025
Scottish Event Campus (SEC), Glasgow

About BSH and its
Annual Scientific Meeting

British Society for Haematology has been bringing haematology professionals together since 1960, by listening, learning, and leading to transform the care its members provide to patients.

Our Annual Scientific Meeting is an opportunity to learn from others in the field, hear the latest research from industry partners and network with colleagues and peers at the largest annual haematology event in the UK.

Following the delivery of the successful in person meeting in 2024 we look forward to 2025 to continue the focus on shared learning among our haematology community.

Listening, learning and leading

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Some Highlights from BSH2023…

Excellent meeting

that was extremely well organised & conducted. The speakers were
excellent and there were some fascinating talks.

The ASM was well organised.

The venue was appropriate and located in a fascinating city. The convention centre was clean, well-staffed, and with good facilities and signage. The IT seemed to go perfectly in all the sessions I attended. It was good to meet a few of the key people in haematology

This important meeting was a valuable experience

to improve and update my knowledge as a haematologist and clinical researcher, especially in haematological malignancies and cancer-associated thrombosis.

It also allowed me to establish a scientific and academic exchange with colleagues from the UK and other parts of the world and present the results of our research.

Attending the BSH Annual Scientific Meeting in 2022 was a great pleasure!

I was inspired to see so many healthcare professionals sharing knowledge on their research with the primary aim of improving healthcare.

Attending (ASM) in person has given me educational and networking opportunities

that would not have been so well provided by online attendance. It has enabled me to meet other IMT doctors who are planning to specialise in haematology, and it has been exciting to discuss our plans and to think that we might be meeting at similar events in years to come!

The programme afforded me the opportunity to listen to experts in haematology.

The 62nd ASM was my first time attending a BSH-organised event, and I must say, it will be one of many. The ASM was a three-day meeting which was well-organised and packed with opportunities to learn, network, and share professional practices in haematology.