BASL 2020 – Cancellation

BASL has made the decision to cancel the BASL 2020 Conference scheduled to take place in September 2020 in Plymouth.

All registration fees will be refunded.   With the unprecedented spread of COVID-19, the BASL 2020 Conference cannot take place in its usual format.

Thank you to all who have already taken to time to contribute to BASL 2020.  The BASL Committee will reconvene around July-August to discuss the BASL 2020 conference, and the format/plan going forward.

Our heartfelt wishes are with all those impacted across the world.

Stay Safe

Annual Meeting

8 - 11 September 2020

CANCELLED

Transplant Meeting

7 - 8 September 2020

CANCELLED

Nurse Meeting

8 - 9 September 2020

CANCELLED

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The Best of BASL 2019 Oral Abstract Summary Slides

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BASL Trainee Mentoring Sessions at BASL / BLTG 2019

The mentoring sessions will be informal and will cover advice on career development. The sessions will be led by Professor Michael Heneghan, Consultant Hepatologist & ...
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BASL2019 – 17-20 September 2019 – Early Bird

Early Bird Deadline - 31st July 2019 Register now to take advantage of the lower rates for the conference. https://execbs.eventsair.com/basl2019/basl2019reg/Site/Register
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British Liver Trust Lecture 

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Alex Mowat Lecture 

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Meeting highlights

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WED - Williams-Calne Lecture


WED - Dame Sheila Sherlock Award Lecture


THURS - British Liver Trust Lecture


THURS - Alex Mowat Lecture

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