Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens,
Queens Domain, 7000, Hobart TAS 7000
Registration opens: 6:30PM
Dr. Chan Cheah : 7:05PM
Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital and WA Lymphoma Centre of Research Excellence
Mantle cell lymphoma: current approaches, future directions
Main course: 7.35 pm
Professor Peter Browett: 8:00PM
HSANZ Pitney Travelling Fellow
Auckland City Hospital and University of Auckland
Molecular haematology: the way of the future
Dessert: 8:30 pm
HSANZ members: Free
Non-HSANZ members: $20
Early registration is highly recommended, as numbers are strictly limited.
Registration closes 30 June 2018 unless sold out prior.
HSANZ members register is on-line at
Non HSANZ members register and pay at our secure payment gate-way
Kindly sponsored by
Bristol-Myers Squibb | Janssen| Roche | Takeda
Wed 14 February Post ASH, Thurs 15 March, Wed 9 May, Thurs 7 June,
Wed 8 August (Post EHA), Thurs 6 September, Wed 14 November
More information please contact: Cath McDonnell, HSANZ Secretariat
Download the latest version of the NSW Meeting 2018 Schedule (pdf )
Tueday 31 January 2018 Post Ash, Tuesday 13 February, Tuesday 13 March, Tuesday 10 April, Tuesday 8 May, Tuesday 12 June, Tuesday 10 July,
Tuesday 14 August, Tuesday 11 September, Tuesday 9 October, Tuesday 13 November
Contact: Mrs Nina Tracey
13-15 April 2018
The Sebel, Mandurah, WA
Dr Robert Bird, Haematologist and Chief Examiner for Haematology (RCPA),
Dr Hang Quach, Haematologist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne
Dr Nada Hamad, Haematologist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney
The Meeting Program
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6-9 September 2018
Manly, Sydney NSW
Australian & New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (ANZSPM) Conference 2018: New Frontiers
ANZSPM’s biennial conference will welcome world-class speakers and local experts to Sydney’s Manly Beach from 6 – 9 September 2018, to explore concepts around the theme New Frontiers. Our international keynote speaker is Thomas Le Blanc MD, sharing his insights around the interface of palliative care and haematology.
Palliative Medicine specialists and trainees, general practitioners and other medical practitioners with an interest in Palliative Care are encouraged to attend and participate in a meeting that will challenge, inspire and encourage new practice in palliative care.
Over four days, attendees will have the opportunity to attend workshops, plenaries and concurrent sessions, in addition to connecting with exhibitors and networking and socialising with your peers. The program includes a diverse range of topics considering opportunities for telehealth in palliative care; palliative care in transplantation; exercise and re-ablement; new frontiers in pharmacology; integrated palliative care in non-malignant disease; and much more.
For Twitter promotion, use #ANZSPM18.
Date: 15–18 May 2018
Venue: Park Hyatt Melbourne
Date: 13–16 November 2018
Venue: Hilton Brisbane
Cancer Nurses Society of Australia 21st Annual Congress
Venue: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Date: 21 - 23 June 2017
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Saturday 30 June 2018
Coordinated by Dr Piers Blombery
Save the Date flyer
The Conference Website.com
23rd Annual Congress of EHA
Venue: Stockholm, Sweden
Date: 14-17 June 2018
Highlights of ASH in Asia Pacific
9-10 March 2018
Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Bali, Indonesia
Highlights of ASH in Asia-Pacific will feature analysis by internationally recognized experts on the latest updates in haematology research from the ASH annual meeting. The meeting features the examination of advances in clinical and translational hematologic research, evaluation of the role of new diagnostic techniques and therapeutic approaches as applied to the care and management of people with blood diseases, and discussion of new patient management and care strategies with leading faculty in the field.
This meeting is designed to be a rewarding educational event for haematologists, oncologists, fellows and trainees, allied health professionals, and haematopathologists.
ASH is sponsoring three HSANZ Trainees to attend this meeting.
This page last edited 10 April 2018