If you would like the chance to present your latest research at BASL2024 in Harrogate submit an abstractv today.
Submissions close 9am 7th June. 
Full list of topics detailed on the website Events page Here
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BASL ANNUAL MEETING

8th-11th October 2024

BASL Annual Meeting 2024 - Tuesday 8th - Friday 11th October, including BLTG Transplant Meeting & BLNA Nurse Meeting. The venue is Harrogate Convention Centre, Harrogate. Abstract Submission Open - closes 9am 7th June 2024 - read more on the Events page here. Submit an Abstract here. Registration Open! Register > Here.  Full programme coming soon.   

BASL ANNUAL MEETING

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BLNA 
MEETING

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BLTG 
MEETING

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BASL AND BASL SUB-GROUPS

The British Association for the Study of the Liver is a multi-disciplinary society with around 900 members composed of interested individuals from clinical medicine, clinical and basic research and allied professions.

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British Liver Nurses' Association is a professional nursing organisation aiming to develop knowledge and understanding of liver disease, in order to improve the quality of patient care.

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The British Viral Hepatitis Group aims to improve the management and study of patients with chronic viral liver disease, bringing together UK hepatologists, gastroenterologists, infectious disease physicians, virologists and interested epidemiologists.

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The BLTG (British Liver Transplant Group) was launched in 2014 to represent the professional interests of liver transplantation in the UK and promote strategic and academic development. The BLTG will foster close relationships with BTS (British Transplant Society) and LICAGE (Liver Intensive Care Group of Europe) and will build on the role of the UK and Ireland Annual Meeting by delivering structure and authority to the group.

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Is a professional pharmacy organisation aiming to develop knowledge and understanding of liver disorders including viral hepatitis, in order to improve the quality of patient care, through medicines optimisation, collaborative and multi-disciplinary working and promoting patient-focused research.

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British Association for Allied Health Professionals in Liver is a professional group for AHP’s specialising or working with patients with liver conditions. Bringing together specialist hepatology AHP’s from across the four Nations. Their aim is to promote excellence through the provision of AHP care to all patients with liver disorders.

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News

Job Opportunity - Consultant Hepatologist Post - Plymouth

News Type: BASL News

Consultant Hepatologist opportunity at the South West Liver Unit, Plymouth

See full details > Here

Closing date 6.6.24 with interviews scheduled for 10.7.24.

Informal enquiries welcomed – please contact Prof Matthew Cramp matthew.cramp@nhs.net 

Vacancy: Fellow - Gastroenterology - The Department of Gastroenterology at Fiona Stanley and Fremantle Hospital, Australia

News Type: BASL News

Job Title: Fellow in Gastroenterology

Affiliation: Fiona Stanley and Fremantle Hospital's, Australia

Reference Number: Ref 00007660 

For more information please visit: https://www.jobs.health.wa.gov.au/page.php?pageID=160&windowUID=0&AdvertID=350023

Closing date: 4:00PM 4th June 2024

Want to know more? We encourage you to contact Dr Callum Pearce via email at Callum.Pearce@health.wa.gov.au

Gilead UK and Ireland Viral Hepatitis Fellowship and Medical Grants Programme is now open for applications

News Type: BASL News

The Viral Hepatitis Fellowship and Medical Grants programme will support innovative projects and initiatives that ultimately lead to an improvement in awareness, diagnosis, linkage to care and/or management of people living with viral hepatitis (B, C and Delta).

Further information on the Viral Hepatitis Fellowship and Medical Grants Programme can be found on Gilead’s website Here .

The application window for Viral Hepatitis is open from Monday 18th March to Friday 28th June 2024.

Should you have any questions regarding the process, application form, or the eligibility of your project, please email gileadfellowship@axon-com.com .

The James Lind Alliance -UKCLIF- British Liver Trust survey on research priorities for liver cirrhosis is now live

News Type: BASL News

Liver Cirrhosis Research

Calling all people living or working with liver disease - we need your help!

What do you think are the most important questions for liver cirrhosis research?

Scan the code in the flyer below to complete a 10 minute survey:

Download JLA-Liver-Cirrhosis-A4 Poster-May24.pdf

Or use this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Liver-cirrhosis-research 

Cases of liver disease are increasing in the UK and although a lot of research is being done, we have not developed a new treatment for liver cirrhosis in the last 20 years.

Dame Sheila Sherlock Research Prize 2024 - Applications Open

News Type: BASL News

Deadline for applications Monday 1st July

Each year BASL presents the Dame Sheila Sherlock research prize, one of the highlights of the annual meeting. This prize is awarded annually to recognise the enormous contribution of Dame Sheila Sherlock to the development of Hepatology as a discipline in its own right.

Dame Sheila was involved in the foundation of the British Liver Club in 1961, which subsequently evolved into The British Association for the Study of the Liver (BASL). She was one of our past presidents and the first recipient of the BASL Distinguished Service Award.

Eligibility
In keeping with Dame Sheila’s enthusiasm for fostering young researchers, this eponymous research prize is awarded to young investigators without substantive posts in either medicine or science for their research contributions in the field of hepatology.

The winner will receive free registration to the meeting, an award and a prize of £1,000 and an invite to deliver the prize lecture and present their research at the BASL Annual Meeting.

To apply, please send one A4 sheet outlining your research and another A4 sheet listing up to 5 related publications.

NB: one person cannot win the Dame Sheila Sherlock Research Prize and Andy Burroughs Young Investigator Award in the same year. Nor can they win a second award with the same body of work as the first.

You must be a BASL member to apply.

Please send submissions to conference@basl.org.uk before the deadline of Monday 1st July 2024.

BASL is committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in all aspects of its work. It is actively promoting equal opportunities and access for all our members regardless of their background.

Events

05/06/24 - 08/06/24

EASL Congress 2024
News Type: Other Events

EASL Congress 2024

Dates: 5-8 June
Location: Milan, Italy, and online.

Registration Open!

Visit the EASL Congress website for all of the details here: https://www.easlcongress.eu/ .

13/06/24

Haemochromatosis SIG meeting - SAVE THE DATE
News Type: BASL Events

Please save the date for the next Haemochromatosis SIG meeting which will take place via Zoom.

Speaker: TBC
Date: 13th June 2024
UK Time: 17:00 - 19:00
Location: Zoom

An Agenda will follow.

FREE to attend for BASL Members.

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Not a member of BASL, then why not join by clicking > HERE

Remember to read the BASL Events Data Protection Disclaimer below before registering Download BASL Events Data Protection Disclaimer_2022.pdf

Please contact Georgia@basl.org.uk should you have any questions.

13/06/24

BLTG School of Liver Critical Care & Anaesthesia Webinar Series - 13th June - Renal - Registration now open
News Type: BASL Events

British Liver Transplant Group (BLTG) are pleased to announce the registration for the 8th meeting in their webinar series is now open.

You can register HERE

The BLTG UK Liver Critical Care and Anaesthesia Transplant School is a series of monthly webinars (held via Zoom), aimed at promoting education and sharing knowledge amongst the seven UK Liver Transplant centres. We will cover a wide variety of topics relevant to the perioperative and critical care management of these patients, delivered by expert clinicians from around the UK and the world.

Each session will comprise two 30-minute talks, followed by 30 minutes of discussion. The webinars will be free to watch live by both BASL members and non-members following registration and are open to both trainees and consultants.

Watch the sessions live to receive your CPD certificate.

NB: catch up recordings will be accessible to BASL members ONLY via the BASL website members area.

Programme series can be viewed here:  Download BLTG UK Liver Critical Care & Anaesthesia Transplant School Webinar Series 2023-2024_website v4.pdf

Session 8:
Webinar time: 17:30 - 19:00pm

Dr Brian Hogan, Liver Intensivist, Royal Free London
Renal – Pathophysiology and management of Renal Dysfunction in Cirrhosis

Dr Mike Spiro, Liver Anaesthetist, Royal Free, London
Renal – Peri- and post-operative prevention and management of renal dysfunction and interoperative CRRT

  • Intra-operative influences of AKI
  • Peri-operative optimisation of renal perfusion

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Remember to read the BASL Events Data Protection Disclaimer below before registering  Download BASL Events Data Protection Disclaimer_2022.pdff

Not a BASL BLTG member? Why not consider joining, read more > HERE

Contact Kim@basl.org.uk  if you have any questions.

17/06/24 - 20/06/24

BSG 2024'Live
News Type: Other Events

BSG LIVE 2024 will take place at the ICC, Birmingham.

Join us as we unite the gastroenterology & hepatology community under one roof over for four days of connecting with new & old colleagues, learning about the latest research and industry developments and from prestigious expert speakers, and growing professionally and together – as a society, as colleagues, and as friends.

Venue: ICC Birmingham
Dates: 17th – 20th June 2024

Visit the BSG conference website for all the details and to register > Here

29/06/24

Introduction to Hepatology Day - Saturday 29th June 2024 - Registration now open
News Type: BASL Events

This is a face to face event to be held on Saturday 29th June 2024 at ISH Venues, One Park Crescent, Regents Park, London, W1B 1SH

The meeting is aimed at early year Gastroenterology trainees (ST4/5) and those considering applying for Gastroenterology in the near future (IMT3 and IMT1/2) who are interested in Hepatology. We aim to cover some of the fundamental aspects of hepatology and the career pathway. You will hear from experienced UK Hepatologists and senior trainees who will talk on exciting developments in Hepatology and how you can navigate the current training pathway.

View draft programme here>  Download BASL Introduction to Hepatology Day Draft Programme 29th June 2024 Web.pdf Some speakers are to be confirmed.

Meeting Times:
• 09:30-10:00 - Registration
• 17:20 - Meeting close

This one day event is FREE to attend for BASL Members (a deposit of £40 will be taken at the time of booking and refunded when you attend the event).

The non-member rate for this meeting is £75 (none refundable).

Not a BASL member? Then why not join today for £55, attend for free and have free or reduced registration fees at other member events - join HERE

The programme is currently in production and will include presentations from leading physicians in the field of hepatology. 

REGISTER for the meeting > HERE 

Contact kim@basl.org.uk if you have any questions.

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