We hope to welcome you to Hannah's at Seale-Hayne in May 2017 for the fourth BASL Basic Science Retreat.
The previous events were a resounding success and hopefully again this unique meeting will offer plenty of interaction and discussion as well as a unique opportunity to foster new and lasting collaborative projects across all areas of hepatology research.
Your accommodation and meals at Seale-Hayne are included in the price of the registration fee which is just £150 per person.
PLEASE NOTE: THE REGISTRATION FEE IS THE SAME EVEN IF YOU DO NOT ATTEND THE WHOLE EVENT.
Submit your Abstract
If you would like the chance to present your latest research on one or more of the above topics please submit an abstract for review.
Email one A4 page of contemporary research by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline of midday on Friday 17th March.
Cancellation Policy: If you wish to cancel your attendance at this event, please contact the Secretariat no later than 14 days prior to the event. Bookings made within 14 days of the event cannot be refunded. Cancellations made outside of this time will be made at the sole discretion of BASL.
Saturday 1st July
09:20-09:30 Introduction and Welcome Dr Mark Hudson (Freeman Hospital)
09:30-10:05 Indications for liver transplantation & when to refer (Dr Mark Hudson)
10:05-10:40 Assessment of patients for liver transplantation (TBC)
11:10-11:45 Overview of HCC (Dr Helen Reeves)
11:45-12:20 Locoregional therapies for HCC (TBC)
12:20-12:55 HCC: when to transplant? (Professor Derek Manas)
13:45-14:20 Hepatitis E in the immunocompromised & the immunocompetent (Dr Stuart McPherson)
14:20-14:55 Hepatitis B & Delta co-infection (Dr Steven Masson)
15:30-16:05 PBC: 2nd line therapies for non-responders to UDCA (Professor David Jones)
16:05-16:40 How to manage cholestatic itch: hints and tips (Dr Vinod Hegade)
16:40-17:15 Autoimmune Hepatitis (TBC)
19:00 Drinks Reception 19:00 and Meal 19:30
Sunday 2nd July
NAFLD and Alcoholic Liver Disease
09:00-09:35 Non-invasive assessment (Dr Stuart McPherson)
09:35-10:10 New therapeutic approaches (Professor Quentin Anstee)
10:10-10:45 Alcoholic Hepatitis – where are we now? (Dr Steven Masson)
11:15-11:50 Management of the dominant stricture in PSC (Dr Kofi Oppong)
11:50-12:25 Clinical approach to IgG4 disease (Dr Manu Nayar)
12:25-13:00 IgG4: pathological assessment (Dr Beate Haugk)
13:00 Close of meeting
This event is aimed at SpRs / Doctors in Training with a NTN
This is a weekend residential event, which is free to BASL medically qualified members in training, the cost to non-members is £125 and includes:
Please complete the online registration form below to book your place. The event is limited to 40 places available to SpRs/Doctors in Training with a NTN.
You must tick both days on the booking as this is a two day event only.
Please indicate if you require accommodation, also if you will be attending the dinner on Saturday night. Please indicate in the relevant area on the booking form. Places are on a first come first served basis.
Registration cost: Free to BASL medically qualified members in training and £125 to non-members.
Registration Course cost:
BASL in training members - Free (*a £120 refundable deposit will be taken on booking*)
*Members Refundable Deposit
For members, on completion of the booking form, a refundable deposit of £120 will be taken and will be returned to you after you have attended the event. If you do not attend the meeting and do not cancel your place within 2 weeks of the meeting, you may forfeit your deposit. Please see the cancellation policy below.
If you wish to cancel your attendance at this event, please contact the Secretariat no later than 14 days prior to the event. Bookings made within 14 days of the event cannot be refunded. Cancellations made outside of this time will be made at the sole discretion of BASL. If the event is free of charge to attend, cancellation as stated here may incur charges. By clicking confirm you accept these terms.
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