Each year we run The Genetic Haemochromatosis Patients’ Conference for patients, family members, and others with an interest in the condition. This is an opportunity to hear from renowned medical and other speakers, take part in wide-ranging question-and-answer sessions, and to meet and talk to others who are affected by GH.
Click here for a brief report from the 2016 event in Manchester.
Click here for a full report and videos from the 2017 event in Birmingham.
The Haemochromatosis Patient Conference 2018
We are currently making plans for the 2018 event which will be held on 14 April 2018. The event will return to London for the first time since 2015.
Once again we will be including several medical speakers, Q&A sessions and opportunities to link with other patients, as well as introducing new sessions. In addition the society’s formal AGM will follow immediately after the event.
For society paid-up members (plus one guest) the cost is expected to be £12 (to cover lunch costs). The delegate fee for further guests and non-member delegates is expected to be £32 (includes lunch).
The programme, speakers and booking link will be announced here in late 2017.
“…congratulations to you on an excellent conference – one of the best I have attended and well organised … The speakers were excellent and very informative and Manchester did you proud … Well done to you and looking forward to the next one…”
“…just to say how wonderful the conference was on Sat! … all the speakers were really good, and very approachable and open. A big Thank You to your team for putting it together and making it such a success! The society will go from strength to strength…”
“…what a great day on Saturday. It ran like clockwork thanks to your hard work and organisation. I thoroughly enjoyed the day. It was so informative and interesting and the day passed very quickly. Every year I learn more and my understanding increases so that I know a little more. All the speakers were good and each one had a different slant on the subject. Have a well earned rest…”