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Nov
15
Qui
2018
Reunião Anual SPH 2018
Nov 15@09:00_Nov 17@13:00

A Reunião Anual 2018 da Sociedade Portuguesa de Hematologia tem lugar nos próximos dias 15, 16 e 17 de Novembro, no Hotel Tivoli Marina Vilamoura. Trata-se da reunião magna da Hematologia em Portugal e pretende juntar os Hematologistas e outros profissionais interessados na área.

Programa

Consulte o programa da Reunião Anual 2018 

Inscrições para a Reunião Anual

As inscrições para assistir ao evento, podem ser feitas clicando aqui.

Transporte para a Reunião

Consulte aqui o horário do transporte para o Algarve em autocarro

Nov
22
Qui
2018
15.º Congresso Nacional de Oncologia
Nov 22@09:00_Nov 24@18:00
A reunião magna da Oncologia nacional decorre entre os dias 22 e 24 de novembro de 2018. A comunidade oncológica reúne-se no 15.º Congresso Nacional de Oncologia, que terá lugar no Hotel Vila Galé, em Coimbra, para um momento que se pretende que seja de atualização do estado da arte da especialidade.
Este ano, a reunião organizada pela Sociedade Portuguesa de Oncologia tem como lema “Conduzir o Progresso, Estabelecer Prioridades”. Ente os vários temas a serem abordados encontram-se a (In)sustentabilidade em Oncologia; os Dados em Oncologia: quem e como tratamos; a Investigação Translacional; e PRO: resultados na perspetiva do doente e Sobreviventes de Cancro: desafios para a Sociedade.
O prazo limite para a submissão de trabalhos será dia 25 de setembro. A submissão apenas poderá ser feita através do site (a disponibilizar brevemente), sendo necessário um registo prévio. Também no site será possível fazer as inscrições com condições especiais até 30 de setembro.
Nov
23
Sex
2018
Anemia 2018 – À Procura de Novos Paradigmas
Nov 23_Nov 24 todo o dia

A Associação Portuguesa para o Estudo da Anemia realiza nos próximos 23 e 24 de Novembro a Reunião Anemia 2018 – À Procura de Novos Paradigmas, sob o patrocínio científico da SPH.

Tem lugar nos próximos dias 23 e 24 de Novembro a reunião Anemia 2018 – À Procura de Novos Paradigmas, no ViP ART’s Hotel. Organizada pela Associação Portuguesa para o Estudo da Anemia e com o patrocínio científico da SPH, o evento abordará temas relevantes da atualidade por um conjunto de palestrantes de reconhecido mérito técnico e científico, nacional e internacional.

Pretende-se uma participação intensa e multidisciplinar e uma troca de experiências entre todos os profissionais interessados nesta temática.

Veja o programa completo aqui.

Dez
1
Sáb
2018
ASH 2018 – 60th Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Society of Hematology
Dez 1@16:00_Dez 5@03:00
A Reunião Anual da ASH 2018 tem lugar em San Diego, Califórnia. O encontro tem lugar nos próximos dias 1 a 4 de Dezembro de 2018. Toda a informação pode ser consultada AQUI

 

ASH 2018
Mark your calendar for the world’s most comprehensive hematology event of the year, the 60th ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition in sunny San Diego. The meeting will provide an invaluable educational experience and the opportunity to review thousands of scientific abstracts highlighting updates in the hottest topics in hematology. Network with top minds in the field and a global community of more than 25,000 hematology professionals from every subspecialty.

Visit the Exhibit Hall
San Diego Convention Center, Halls C-F and Lobby D Visit the state-of-the-art exhibit hall at the 2018 ASH Annual Meeting to see a showcase of the latest technology and research in hematology. The exhibit hall offers an opportunity to learn about a wide range of products and services offered by more than 250 exhibitors, including pharmaceutical companies, medical suppliers, publishers, nonprofit organizations, and clinical diagnostic and research-based companies.

ASH Booth
Stop by the ASH Booth (#1215) to learn more about the Society’s products and services for hematologists at all career levels. ASH staff will be available at the booth to answer questions, provide information about ASH initiatives, assist with membership applications and renewals, and more. Don’t forget to ask about product discounts available exclusively at the annual meeting.

Headshot Alley
Need a new professional headshot? Get one for free at Headshot Alley. Pose for a headshot with a professional photographer and receive your photo via email for immediate downloading.
This service will be available in the exhibit hall Saturday through Monday during exhibit hours. Product Theaters
Product theaters at the ASH annual meeting feature exhibitor presentations on new research findings and products and are solely promotional in nature. Lunch is provided.
In 2018, product theaters will not be located in the exhibit hall. They will be located in meeting rooms on the upper level of the San Diego Convention Center.
Product theater sessions will be offered at the times listed below to small groups of up to 150 people. Check the annual meeting app for specific session information.

Product Theater Session Times
Saturday, December 1 11:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 2 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Monday, December 3 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.
There is so much to experience in San Diego, the hardest part of planning a trip to “America’s Finest City” is deciding what to do, where to go, and what to see. San Diego has more than 300 days of sunshine per year and offers every kind of activity imaginable. You are sure to find a host of things to entertain and inspire in San Diego, including:

  • More than 70 miles of Pacific Ocean beaches
  • Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the United States, which contains the world-famous San Diego Zoo, more than 15 museums, and a variety of gardens
  • Old Town, considered the birthplace of California
  • More than 100 dining options within walking distance from the convention center

Meeting Location
Sessions will occur at the San Diego Convention Center, the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, and the Manchester Grand Hyatt. Key meeting areas at the San Diego Convention Center will be located as follows:

  • Registration: Sails Pavilion, Upper Level
  • ASH Central: Sails Pavilion, Upper Level
  • General Sessions: Halls A-B, Ground Level
  • Exhibit Hall: Halls C-F and Lobby D, Ground Level
  • Poster Hall: Halls G-H, Ground Level

Weather
December in San Diego is typically quite pleasant, with warm and mildly humid weather. Temperatures in December typically range from 48 degrees Fahrenheit to 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Visitor Safety
To stay safe during your visit to San Diego, please follow the tips provided below:

  • Remove your ASH meeting badge when exploring the city.
  • Be aware of the train and trolley tracks across the street from the convention center. Be sure to stop and look both ways before crossing the street, and only cross if the tracks are clear.
  • Always lock your front and/or patio doors. Use the safety chain/lock for security.
  • Never open your room door unless you know who is there. If you did not call for the hotel service offered by the person at the door, call hotel security or the front desk to see if they have sent someone to your room.
  • Place valuables in a safety deposit box in your room or at the hotel office. Do not leave valuables in your car.
  • When checking into a hotel, consult the floor plan on the back of your room door to familiarize yourself with fire and emergency exits.
Fev
21
Qui
2019
IX Congresso Nacional de Patologia Clínica
Fev 21@09:00_Fev 23@18:00

A Sociedade Portuguesa de Patologia Clínica (SPPC) realiza o seu IX Congresso Nacional de Patologia Clínica nos dias 21, 22 e 23 de Fevereiro de 2019, no Centro de Reuniões do Museu do Oriente em Lisboa, ao abrigo dos seus Estatutos, que tem, entre outras, a missão de promover reuniões e/ou eventos que, dentro do âmbito da Especialidade, promovam o aprofundamento e a transversalização dos conhecimentos na área da Patologia Clínica e das suas respectivas valências clínico-laboratoriais.

Nessa medida, este evento conta com o patrocínio cientifico da Sociedade Portuguesa de Hematologia (SPH).

Permitir aos médicos internos e médicos especialistas adquirir e aprofundar conhecimentos nas várias áreas da Especialidade de Patologia Clínica garantindo um programa científico de elevado interesse e qualidade, bem como, possibilitar a apresentação de trabalhos científicos, são os principais objectivos da organização deste evento.

Consulte toda a informação sobre o evento no site oficial www.sppc2019.pt
Consulte o programa provisório aqui.

A organização do evento está a cargo de:
Prof. Dra. Maria José Rego de Sousa – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa
Prof. Dr. Paulo Paixão – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa
Dra. Helena Brízido – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa
Dr. Luís Nogueira Martins – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHU Algarve
Dra. Sandra Paulo – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, ULS Castelo Branco
Dr. João Mariano Pego – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHUC
Dra. Ana Paula Castro – Patologia Clínica, CHP
Dra. Ana Loureiro – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHU Algarve
Dr. José Germano de Sousa – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa
Dra. Margarida Albuquerque – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa
Dra. Marta Prata – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa
Dr. Cândido Pimenta da Silva – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHLO
Dra. Isabel Cachapuz – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, ULS Matosinhos
Dra. Maria Menezes – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa

Comissão Científica:
Dra. Aida Botelho de Sousa – Sociedade Portuguesa de Hematologia
Dr. Álvaro Cohen – Associação Portuguesa de Diagnóstico Pré-Natal
Dra. Ana Neto – Unidade Funcional de Pediatria e Neonatologia, Hospital CUF Descobertas
Dr. Carlos Cortes – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHMT
Dr. Carlos Flores – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHLC
Prof. Dr. Carlos Vasconcelos – CHP
Dra. Cristina Vaz Carneiro – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHLN
Dra. Esmeralda Neves – Patologia Clínica, CHP
Prof. Dra. Fernanda Rodrigues – Sociedade Portuguesa de Pediatria
Dr. Fernando Rodrigues – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHUC
Prof. Dr. Germano de Sousa – Centro de Medicina Laboratorial Germano de Sousa
Dr. João Faro Viana – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHLO
Prof. Dr. João Tiago Guimarães – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CH São João
Dr. Luís Campos – Sociedade Portuguesa de Medicina Interna
Prof. Dr. Melo Cristino – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHLN
Dr. Nélio Santos – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, UFH-CHUA
Dr. Nuno Nogueira Martins – Sociedade Portuguesa de Ginecologia
Dra Rita Corte Real – Serviço de Patologia Clínica, CHLC
Prof. Dr. Roberto Verna – WASPALM
Prof. Dra Teresa Marques – Comissão de Ética para a Saúde, CHLO

 

Fev
24
Dom
2019
3rd Scientific Workshop on Haematological Tumour Microenvironment and its Therapeutic Targeting
Fev 24@09:00_Fev 26@18:00

 

The Francis Crick Institute – London, United Kingdom
Chairs: Michael Andreeff, Dominique Bonnet, Daniela S. Krause, Simon Méndez-Ferrer

 Programme description:

This workshop offers highest level science on the nature of the normal and malignant haemopoietic stem cell niche. It also aims to present strategies to target haematological cancers in their tumour microenvironment, thereby combining basic research efforts with possible clinical applications. It is designed to promote scientific interaction between participants from all over the world, involving junior and senior biologists and clinicians working in both the academic and industrial settings.

Programa aqui

Abstract submission

Learning objectives:

  • Define the currently known complexities of the normal and malignant haematopoietic stem cell niche
  • Define the complexities of metabolic changes in the bone marrow microenvironment in health and disease
  • Define the effects of inflammatory processes on the bone marrow microenvironment in health and disease
  • Define the interaction of haematological cancer cells with their microenvironment and methods to visualize and mimic these
  • Define strategies to target the malignant haematopoietic stem cell niche to augment existing therapies
Mar
8
Sex
2019
How to Diagnose and Treat CML/MPN
Mar 8@09:00_Mar 10@19:00

 

Clinical Updates on CML/MPN
March 8-10, 2019
Saggart (Dublin), Ireland
Chairs: Claire Harrison, Andreas Hochhaus, Ruben Mesa

ESH Clinical Updates are disease-specific meetings that address state-of-the-art diagnostic and clinical management.

They are based on the presentation and analysis of real clinical cases. Voting technology is used as a self-evaluation tool and to increase scientific interaction.

This programme will include:
– Plenary Sessions
– Interactive Cases Presentations
– Roundtables
– Panel Discussions
– Debates
– Voting boxes

Consulte o programa aqui

Deadline For Clinical Cases And Abstracts Poster Presentation: JANUARY 6TH, 2019

Please send your clinical case in a .doc format to the following email address:

pauline.jaillard@univ-paris-diderot.fr and ghyslaine.lebougault@univ-paris-diderot.fr

Check that you do receive an acknowledgement of your submitted clinical case. If not, contact pauline.jaillard@univ-paris-diderot.fr

Please find below the clinical cases guidelines:

  • Your clinical case can be structured (eg Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions) or unstructured
  • Maximum number of words: 400
  • Your clinical case will be submitted to the peer review procedure
  • Your clinical case must be sent by email in a .doc format
  • Your clinical case should contain the following information:1. Title (capital letters)
    2. Authors with name of presenting author under-scored
    3. Name and e-mail of corresponding author
    4. Institution and city of origin
    5. Text
    6. Acknowledgements (if necessary) (no references please)
Mar
15
Sex
2019
International Conference on Erythropoiesis Control and Ineffective Erythropoiesis: from bench to bedside
Mar 15@09:00_Mar 17@18:00

Erythropoiesis Control and Ineffective Erythropoiesis: from Bench to Bedside
Chairs: Maria Domenica Cappellini (Milan), Stuart Orkin (Boston), Valeria Santini (Florence)

March 15-17, 2019 – Budapest, Hungary 

A. Programme description 

The conference on erythropoiesis control and ineffective erythropoiesis which will be held in Budapest in March 2019, as the title underlines “from bench to bedside” has the main objective of translating the most recent basic science acquisitions related to the origin and the developmental control of mega/erythroid progenitors in haematopoiesis to clinical practice. Erythropoiesis is a complex multistep process going from committed erythroid progenitors to mature red cells, involving a talk to talk process with other haematopoietic progenitors. Although some recent advances allow the characterization of some components of erythropoiesis, much still remains to be investigated particularly on pathological erythropoiesis and in any haematological condition characterized by ineffective erythropoiesis. During erythropoiesis efficient cytoprotective systems, are required to limit possible ROS-related toxic effects: these systems play an even more important role in conditions of ineffective erythropoiesis (IE), such as thalassaemias, sickle cell disease and congenital dyserythropoietic anaemias (CDAs) but also in myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS). Blood transfusion therapy or treatments with erythropoiesis stimulating agents (ESAs), such as recombinant EPO, are so far the frontline therapies for aneamia associated with ineffective erythropoiesis (IE). However, both treatments are not without risks, and in some cases they are not effective, therefore, there is a clinical need for novel agents supporting IE with different mechanism(s) of action from existing ESAs.

The two and half days program includes 9 sessions alternating basic science to clinical practice including specific diseases such as CDAs, thalassaemia, SCD, haemolytic anaemias and MDS. More specifically session one on erythropoiesis control will elucidate the role of transcription factors, the single cell gene expression in erythroid commitment/development and the proteolytic remodeling of red cell. Session 2 will focus on the weight of ineffective erythropoiesis in different diseases in determining the phenotype expression of the disease (i.e. thalassaemia, SCD, MDS). Session III will complete the insights of molecular causes of ineffective erythropoiesis. Session IV will be very interactive presenting cases characterized by the clinical consequences of IE. Session V is focused on hemoglobin switching that represents an ideal model for understanding different mechanisms of gene regulation especially the mechanisms of switch genes off and on. Session VI will be very clinical with practical advises to care emergency events in patients with different red cell disorders. The last 3 sessions are dedicated to the new therapeutic approaches either pharmacological or molecular to erythroid disorders mainly targeting IE. The speakers are eminent experts in their field, making the faculty very attractive.

Consulte o programa aqui

B. Learning objectives

1. To understand the mechanisms that control erythropoiesis in the context of hematopoiesis

2. To identify the different causes of ineffective erythropoiesis

3. To translate the basic information in clinical practice in order to understand the different phenotype expressions of diseases such as thalassaemias, SCD, haemolytic anaemias and MDS

4. To be updated on the development of new drugs targeting ineffective erythropoiesis and the state of the art in clinical setting

5. To acquire skills in diagnosis and treatment of erythropoietic abnormalities in different haematological disorders

 C. Why the meeting will be valuable for participants?

The meeting will offer a unique opportunity to discuss basic science in a clinical contest which will be created by presenting challenging clinical cases. The meeting is structured with the specific aim to be translational “from bench to bedside” involving participants in alive discussion

 D. Audience

This meeting will be of interest to:

– Doctoral students and resident still in-training

– Junior and senior biologists and clinicians (MD, PhD, MD-PhD)

– Fully trained, early career as well as senior biologists and clinicians including experts in the field

Mar
27
Qua
2019
Dia Nacional do Dador de Sangue
Mar 27@13:23_14:23

O Instituto Português do Sangue e da Transplantação, IP (IPST) comemora o Dia Nacional do Dador de Sangue, assinalado a 27 de Março.

Podem doar sangue todas as pessoas com bom estado de saúde, com hábitos de vida saudáveis, peso igual ou superior a 50 kg e idade compreendida entre os 18 e os 65 anos. Para uma primeira dádiva, o limite de idade é 60 anos.

A dádiva de sangue é benévola e não remunerada. A doação de sangue pode ser feita de quatro em quatro meses pelas mulheres e de três em três meses pelos homens.

Os tipos de sangue que existem são A, O, que são os mais comuns, AB e B, que são mais raros.

As pessoas com sangue do tipo O podem doar sangue para qualquer pessoa, mas só podem receber doações de pessoas com o mesmo tipo de sangue. Por outro lado, as pessoas do tipo AB podem receber sangue de qualquer pessoa, mas só podem doar para pessoas com o mesmo tipo sanguíneo.

Já pessoas com sangue do tipo A podem doar apenas para outras do tipo A ou tipo AB, assim como as do tipo B só podem doar para B e AB.

Para além dos tipos de sangue, existe o fator RH, que determina se o tipo de sangue é positivo ou negativo e influencia na compatibilidade sanguínea. Assim, pessoas com sangue positivo podem receber de pessoas com qualquer RH, mas só podem doar para outras com sangue positivo. Enquanto que, se o sangue tiver RH negativo, podem doar para pessoas com sangue positivo ou negativo, mas só podem receber negativo.

Dê sangue! Partilhe o melhor de si!

Fonte: https://www.sns.gov.pt

Abr
5
Sex
2019
2nd How to Diagnose and Treat Multiple Myeloma
Abr 5@09:00_Abr 7@18:00

2nd How to Diagnose and Treat Multiple Myeloma
April 5-7, 2019 – Berlin, Germany
Chairs: Hermann Einsele, Irene Ghobrial, Sonja Zweegman


ESH Clinical Updates are disease-specific meetings that address state-of-the-art diagnostic and clinical management.

They are based on the presentation and analysis of real clinical cases. Voting technology is used as a self-evaluation tool and to increase scientific interaction.

This programme will include:
– Plenary Sessions
– Interactive Cases Presentations
– Roundtables
– Panel Discussions
– Debates
– Voting boxes