The Eventbrite Link to the registration for BSOM Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 in Dundee is now available. This can be accessed through the Meetings Page of the the BSOM web.
BSOM Annual Scientific Meeting 2016
The BSOM Annual Scientific Meeting will take place this year in the Historic city of Cardiff, on the 12th and 13th May 2016. Full details of the meeting will be available shortly with registration using Eventbrite as before. The proposed programme for the meeting can be accessed through the BSOM web
The British Pain Society Headache Special Interest Group are holding a Study Day on Wednesday 25th September at Churchill House, London.
Further information can be found on the BPS Web at:
The documentation for the BSOM AGM on the 28th May 2015 in Leeds is now available for members to access online.
This can be found by following the link from the the BSOM Web Footer to the “BSOM Council Public Information” or by following this link:
The Agenda and unconfirmed minutes for the BSOM 2014 AGM are available for all Members to review and have been sent by email. The following message was sent to all Members by the Honorary Secretary, Prof. Marco Carrozzo regarding this meeting.
“Please find enclose with the agenda for the next AGM to be held during the annual BSOM meeting in Leeds on Thursday 28th April 2015.
Attached you will find also the minutes of the last year AGM in London. Can I kindly remind you that we are going to vote for significant changes in BSOM Constitution, thus the Council hopes to see a good attendance in Leeds. You should have yet received from the President-Elect Dr Atkin, the draft of the new Constitution but feel free to contact me if otherwise or for any clarification
Please let me gently know if you would like to see anything added to the agenda and/or for inaccuracies or mistakes in the 2014 AGM minutes.”
The Trigeminal Neuralgia Association has announced its 4th Study Day to be held on Saturday 6th June 2015 in Central London. This day is excellent value at £75 including lunch and has proved very informative and popular in the past. Early booking is recommended. The key aims of the day are to:
The registration form, full programme for the day and further information can be found at:
A podcast about Trigeminal Neuralgia by Prof. Joanna Zakrzewska made for the BMJ is also available:
Registration for the BSOM Annual Scientific Meeting in Leeds, 28th & 29th May 2015 is now OPEN.
Information about the following can be accessed via the Meetings section of the BSOM website – /?p=2419
– Meeting Brochure
– Abstract submission (deadline: noon, 1st April 2015)
– BSOM Prizes
Meeting enquiries should be addressed to: BSOM2015@bsom.org.uk
We look forwards to seeing you in Leeds in May
BSOM 2015 Organising Committee, Leeds
BSOM WINTER’S MEETING- report
BSOM winter’s meeting was held in Birmingham on the 6th of December 2014.
The theme for the day was an update on HIV. There were 3 invited speakers, Dr Barrett, Consultant in Genito-urinary Medicine, Dr Karanam, Consultant in Immunology and Mr Rout, Consultant in Radiology who kindly agreed to share their expertise with us.
Their excellent talks were followed by 8 case presentations. Dr Hijazi from Aberdeen won the first prize oral presentation with her research on “Effect of antiretrovirals on the expression of genes for drug transporters.
All the attendees really enjoyed the day and gave very positive feedback on this very educational meeting.
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