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Event Date: 22 Oct 2018 - 24 Oct 2018
12th Annual Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Conference

ASCAT
CONFERENCE 2018

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About ASCAT

The Annual Scientific Conference on Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia is one of the must attend events of the year for consultants and specialist psychologists, nurses, scientists and all relevant experts. The event is an ideal opportunity to see the latest advances in diagnosis, treatment and emerging fields in haemoglobinopathies. It is an opportunity to interact on the latest advances in clinical care, transition services and emerging new therapies including updates for curative treatment options. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to show case your work through abstracts (oral and posters) and to network with leading and cutting edge practitioners.


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Event Date:

22 Oct 2018 -
24 Oct 2018


Location:

Westminster Bridge - County Hall
Belvedere Road
London SE1 7PB


Time:

08:30 - 16:30
GMT Time


register

All conference details including the conference programme, speakers, fees and how to register are over on Guy's and St.Thomas' Events Page.

 
 
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Score Charity

CONNECTING KNOWLEDGE

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OUR STORY

Score charity

Without collaboration, very little is possible. Without discussion, sharing of knowledge and dialogue, the health, and lives of many can be at risk. Score Charity’s focus is being the authority that bridges the gap between researchers/frontline staff, and information, networks and policy relating to Sickle Cell Disease. Score Charity embodies the ideology that development and advancement of better managing SCD cannot happen without active dialogue, knowledge sharing and established professional networks.

 

WE BELIEVE IN

  • The importance of fostering strong, long-lasting relationships with industry professionals, organisations and thought leaders.

  • Ensuring our efforts, above all else, are rooted in writing a new narrative in the fight against Sickle Cell Disease

  • Striving to be a leading authority, that positively contributes to the latest advances in diagnosis, treatment and emerging fields in Sickle Cell Disease.

 
 
 
 
Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible to the visible.
— Score Charity
 
 
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Our GoalS

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Form Strong Partnerships

Establishing long term health partnerships with corporate bodies and individuals, to work with us on the Sickle Cell Cohort Research (SCORE) project as we strive to achieve excellent health services.

 
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Empower Scientists

Score Charity hopes to empower indigenous scientists to transform their communities through research.

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Informed Research

To ensure that the diagnosis and management of SCD is informed by the new ongoing findings from research and other national developments. 

 
 
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Understanding Communities

Better manage the psychosocial consequences related to this disorder; overall quality of life and health related issues with diagnoses, dealing with myths and acceptance of diagnosis.

 
 
 
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Better understanding and treating SCD cannot happen without active dialogue, knowledge sharing and established professional networks.
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our team

We believe in excellence. From the people we work with, to the impactful research that we carry out, excellence is what we strive for. Despite the wide range of professional backgrounds and professional disciplines we come from, we share one common goal, to improve the lives & hope of families with sickle cell disease. 

  Dr Baba Inusa   Lead Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia, Evelina Hospital, London. Vice Chairman, Sickle Cell Cohort Research.

Dr Baba Inusa

Lead Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia, Evelina Hospital, London. Vice Chairman, Sickle Cell Cohort Research.

  Mrs Bola Ojo   Experienced lawyer, project manager and NGO professional. Co-Founder, Sickle Cell Cohort Research.

Mrs Bola Ojo

Experienced lawyer, project manager and NGO professional. Co-Founder, Sickle Cell Cohort Research.