The British Society for Hematology is a specialist interest body and enrolled magnanimity. It was set up in 1960. At this moment the Society has around 1750 people. The articles for which the Society was developed are: to impel the practice and examination of hematology and to empower contact between individuals enthusiastic about hematology.
The Society advances these articles through:
- Arranging an Annual Scientific Meeting and offering monetary backing for provincial investigative gatherings.
- Having the British Journal of Hematology as its official diary
- Distributed rules from the British Committee for Standards in Hematology
- The work of its Education, Pediatric and Science Subcommittees.
- Its gifts program, which incorporates yearly honors for more youthful specialists and researchers in the order and understudy grants to bolster students taking electives in the field of hematology.
- Having agents on the Intercollegiate Committee on Hematology and the Joint Committee on Higher Medical Training and various different boards of trustees and consultative bodies which impact issues identified with hematology.