2019 PAS Conference

Treating Pernicious Anaemia
Getting it Right

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Wednesday December 4th
9:00 – 15:30
Cardiff / Jurys Inn

About the conference

The most common complaint received by the Pernicious Anaemia Society relates to the treatment of the disease.
It is time for the ‘one-size-fits-all’ treatment to be reappraised. This conference will highlight the Good, Poor and Unacceptable Treatment encountered by patients with Pernicious Anaemia.

Our Speakers

Prof John Hunter
Prof John Hunter

Emeritus Professor of Gastroenterology, Cambridge Hospitals

Our microbiome and its link with treatment for Pernicious Anaemia

Prof Martin Warren
Prof Martin Warren

Professor of Biochemistry, University of Kent, Fellow Royal Society Industry

Our microbiome and its link with treatment for Pernicious Anaemia

Dr Anna Guildford
Dr Anna Guildford

Research And Development Manager, Et Alia UK

In Vitro Gastric Inflammation, B12 and Treatment
Sister Rachel Barnes
Sister Rachel Barnes

Advanced Nursing Practitioner

Injectable Cobalamin Evaluation – The ICE Project
Dr Nicola Ward
Dr Nicola Ward

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

The Management of Pernicious Anaemia- a step in the right direction?

Dr Heidi Seage
Dr Heidi Seage

Senior Lecturer, School of Health Sciences, Cardiff Metropolitan University

The Stigma of Living with an Invisible Condition

Dr Lenira Semedo
Dr Lenira Semedo

Chartered Psychologist, Researcher, Cardiff University

PAS members’ Experiences of Self-Managing Pernicious Anaemia

Dr Hajo Auwerda
Dr Hajo Auwerda

Haematologist, B12 Kliniek, The Netherlands

Vitamin B12: Fact or Fiction?

Tickets
Members £20.00 | Members’ Guests £25.00 | Non Members £50.00

The Venue

Jurys Inn

1 Park Pl, Cardiff, CF10 3UD

Getting there

Jurys Inn Cardiff is located right in the heart of Cardiff. The hotel is a 5 minute walk from Cardiff Queen Street station. The nearest bus station is just a 2 minute walk away on Greyfriars Road. Cardiff airport is a 35 minute drive and is also accessible by bus (runs every 20 minutes and takes approx. 40 minutes to reach the city centre). There are several car parks in and around the centre.

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