Highlights of The Pernicious Anaemia Society

Tenth Anniversary Conference

Birmingham, Saturday 10 December 2016

We’ve uploaded all the Presentations so you’ll be able to watch the whole conference from beginning to end.

The Presentations are free of charge to members of the society. Just login and on the Member Homepage you’ll find the link to the page with all the videos.

There is a charge for non-members to view the presentations, but we’ve kept the cost under the price of a ticket. After clicking the button below you’ll be taken to the website with information about the conference and the video’s and you can sign up to view them all for a one time fee.

Below you’ll find the first video, of Martyn Hooper opening the Conference, and photos from the Conference

Video and Photo’s from the Conference

The Conference aims:

1. Update members on the Research Programmes that the society is involved with.
2. Allow the Lead Researchers of the various Research Programmes to meet our members.
3. Allow the Lead Researchers of Research Programmes to meet other Lead Researchers to share ideas and experiences.
4. Provide the opportunity for future Researchers to recruit research participants.
5. Allow members of the society to register for future research programmes.
6. Provide members with information on alternative treatment regimens.
7. Provide members with advice and guidance on Employment and Education issues from exhibitors at the conference.
8. Provide a forum for members to meet other members and exchange information on coping strategies, share experiences and gain other useful information.

The Conference Speakers

Dr Chris Steele, MBE

Dr Chris Steele, MBE

GP and resident doctor on ITV's This Morning

Professor John Hunter

Professor John Hunter

Professor of Medicine, University of Cranfield; Honorary Consulting Physician, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge

The microflora of the large intestine and B12 metabolism

Dr Anna Guildford

Dr Anna Guildford

Senior Research Fellow, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Science, University of Brighton

Cells, B12 and Future Treatment

Dr Willemina Rietsema

Dr Willemina Rietsema

GP/ family physician

B12: Work in Progress

Dr Lenira Semedo

Dr Lenira Semedo

Dept of Psychology, University of South Wales

Sister Rachael Barnes

Sister Rachael Barnes

Registered nurse

Only Skin Deep

Dr Dominic Harrington

Dr Dominic Harrington

Scientific Director Viapath, St Thomas’ Hospital, London

Laboratory Assessment of B12 Status 

Dr Hajo Auwerda

Dr Hajo Auwerda

Haematologist, MC Zuiderzee Lelystad, The Netherlands & Founder B12 Kliniek

Vitamin B12 the most beautiful cofactor in Nature

Dr Nicola Ward

Dr Nicola Ward

Senior Lecturer, Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, De Montfort University

Treatment of Pernicious Anaemia: Current UK practise

Dr Heidi Seage

Dr Heidi Seage

Senior Lecturer, School of Health Sciences, Cardiff Metropolitan University

Exploring the impact of stigma on well-being in pernicious anaemia

Dr Malcolm Boyce

Dr Malcolm Boyce

Medical and Managing Director of Hammersmith Medicines Research Ltd

Clinical trials of a new medicine that blocks the effect of gastrin in patients with pernicious anaemia

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