UK BMT Pharmacists’ Group
The UK BMT Pharmacists’ Group is a forum for pharmacists who are involved in providing pharmaceutical care to patients undergoing blood and marrow transplants for the treatment of both malignant and non-malignant disorders. The group was set up in 2002, originally as an email discussion forum, but in the past 2 years has sought to broaden its activities through the provision of regular educational meetings and the development of a more formal work-plan to support pharmacists working in this specialist field. Our current activities include developing a generic training passport for BMT pharmacists and working with the BOPA Education and Training subcommittee to produce a set of e-learning modules, covering various aspects of the care of the BMT patient.
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