Gilead UK and Ireland Fellowship Programme 2017
Thursday, 16 February 2017 15:35
The 2017 Gilead UK and Ireland Fellowship Programme are now open for grant applications in viral hepatitis.
The aim of the programme is to support local innovation and best practice in patient care in HIV, viral hepatitis, invasive fungal disease and oncology / haematology. The programme invites applications from healthcare or allied professionals who are seeking funding for a project that aligns with the goals of the Gilead UK & Ireland Fellowship Programme.
The criteria for the 2017 programme are:
- Innovative local integrated initiatives to evaluate effectiveness of non-hospital based HCV treatment service models
- Novel HCV care pathways using partnership models demonstrating measurable improvements in patient engagement
Projects which fall outside of this scope but which will add clinical value or which investigate an area of unmet need within viral hepatitis can also be submitted and will be reviewed for their merit.
Please note that the application period will close on 2nd March 2017 and all applications must be made via the online form, please register to apply. To view the application criteria and apply visit: www.ukifellowshipprogramme.com
BASL School of Transplantation Meeting
Thursday, 09 February 2017 13:51
28/04/17 - 29/04/17 - BASL School of Transplantation Meeting - Birmingham - booking now OPEN!
Following the very successful meeting of the School of Transplantation at the BASL & BLTG Annual meeting in September 2016 the dates have been announced for the 2017 event.
This year the School of Transplantation meeting will be a standalone meeting taking place from Friday 28th - Saturday 29th April on the Edgbaston Campus at the University of Birmingham and is FREE to BASL Members.
Register online at:- https://www.basl.org.uk/index.cfm/events/list/cid/16
Details of the draft programme can be found here:- https://www.basl.org.uk/uploads/Draft%20Transplant%20School%202017_Programme%20website.pdf
PHE Action on Liver Disease & Preview of 2nd Atlas of Variation in Liver Disease
Tuesday, 17 January 2017 14:51
This webinar is for anyone who wants to understand the challenges to reduce liver disease.
By joining the webinar participants will:
- Explore the variations in liver disease risk factors and outcomes
- Learn about PHEs programmes of action on liver disease
- Look at time series data to identify where variation has improved, stayed the same or got worse
- Explore the stories behind the data
- Have an opportunity to ask a question to the national team
Registration is FREE for this event and if you have already expressed an interest in attending this webinar, then we will have your details on our system. If you have not registered, please do so at: www.surveys.phe.org.uk/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=8l218o55.
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New metrics for the Lancet Standing Commission on Liver Disease in the UK
Friday, 16 December 2016 12:41
The format for this third report of the Lancet Commission follows the same pattern as in 2015 in concentrating on the main recommendations, all of which are evidence based and have been most carefully considered in terms of their ability to reduce the current burden of liver disease in the UK and its financial cost. The working groups set up around the recommendations have concentrated this year on producing a set of the main metrics, which will enable further charting of disease prevalence and consequences on an annual basis.
Parliamentary Constituency (England) Liver Disease Burden Profiles
Monday, 03 October 2016 10:58
As part of its mission to increase awareness of liver disease amongst parliamentarians and policy makers the Lancet Commission for Liver Disease, of which the BSG is an active contributor, has been working to produce profiles of the burden of liver disease across England. The profiles have been customised to show data including Years of Life Lost, Mortality Rate and Hospital Admissions that is specific to each of the 533 parliamentary constituencies in England.
To view the profiles for your area please visit the Foundation for Liver Research website at the links below.
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