Introduction:

BASL series of events offer industry the opportunity to network with their target audience therefore gaining exposure at key events but also supporting BASL’s educational work for the ultimate benefit of patients.

Opportunities to support BASL events come mainly from:

Purchase of a sponsorship packages for each of the following event series:

  • BASL Annual Meeting (up to 500 delegates)
    The BASL Annual Meeting is the highlight of the BASL calendar and the main UK liver meeting. Eminent UK and overseas speakers deliver an informative and exciting meeting over three days, with the addition of key lectures and lively debates. The BLNA Nurse Meeting also takes place in parallel on the first and second day of the main meeting. Contact Steve@basl.org.uk for more information.
  • BLTG Transplant Meeting (up to 150 delegates)
    Since 2014, the British Liver Transplant Group has held an Annual Transplant Meeting which is also held during the BASL Annual Meeting at the same venue. The meeting runs on Tuesday and Wednesday morning.  Sponsorship is available for this meeting alone or in tandem with the main BASL meeting. Contact Steve@basl.org.uk for more information.
  • BLNA Annual Meeting (up 100 delegates)
    The BLNA Nurse Meeting takes place during BASL on the Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday.  Sponsorship and bursary opportunities are available to support this meeting.  Contact Steve@basl.org.uk for more information.
  • BVHG events (up to 70 delegates per meeting)
    The British Viral Hepatitis Group (BVHG) aims to improve the management and study of patients with chronic liver disease. The BVHG organises two one-day events during the year bringing together a range of specialist healthcare professionals. Key Sponsor and Supporter sponsorship opportunities are available. The meetings are always highly rated by those that attend. Please contact Kim@basl.org.uk for more information.  
  • BASL School of Hepatology and School of Transplantation meetings (2 seperate events per year) (40 delegates per meeting)
    The purpose of the School is to explore and teach the current pathophysiological basis of therapies in liver disease, as well as guideline-based investigation and treatment. The target group is trainees in gastroenterology, hepatology and transplantation. Speakers are leading experts with two to three speakers in a given area. The format of the School is didactic lectures - state of the art, workshops and case studies. These are interactive meetings and highly rated by attendees. Please contct Kim@basl.org.uk for more information.  

Provision of a travel bursary for a national meeting

BASL can administer a bursary on behalf of industry to support specific groups to attend liver meetings such as the BASL Annual Meeting and the BLNA Nurse Meeting.  

If you would like to discuss any requirements, please contact the BASL Secretariat in the first instance on admin@basl.org.uk or call +44(0)1543 442154.

Sponsorship Package Downloads

BVHG Sponsorship Packages - sponsorship opportunities for the 2020 meeting will appear when a date has been confirmed.  

BASL/BLTG School of Transplantation - sponsorship opportunities for the 2020 meeting will appear when a date has been confirmed.

BASL School of Hepatology 2020/2021 - sponsorship opportunities for the re-scheduled 2020 meeting are available on request to Kim@basl.org.uk .

If you would like to discuss sponsoring the BVHG meetings or one or both of the Schools please do not hesitate to contact Kim@basl.org.uk .

Please note that all standard packages can be amended to form a bespoke option for sponsors. Should you wish to discuss any bespoke options which more closely fit your requirements, please do not hesitate to contact the Secretariat office.

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