support_group

Birmingham Myeloma Support Group

The Birmingham Myeloma Support Group has been set up with the support from the myeloma Clinical Nurse Specialists from across all four sites. This is a new Group which is open to all myeloma patients, their family and support networks.

We plan to meet up regularly throughout the year both virtually and face-to-face, to share experiences of myeloma and hear from guest speakers regarding various aspects of living with and coping with myeloma. We will also be inviting experienced myeloma health professionals to provide educational sessions to enable the Support Group a more in-depth understanding of their diagnosis and treatment.

We are currently recruiting any patients or family members who would like to participate in the regular running of the Support Group to contact the Leaders to register your interest.

Support Group Overview

Venue Information

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham,
Mindelsohn Way,
Edgbaston,
Birmingham,
B15 2GW

T: 0121 371 2000

Who to contact

Charlotte Coldrick, CNS and Support Group Leader
E: charlotte.coldrick@uhb.nhs.uk

Laura Conway, CNS and Support Group Leader
E: laura.conway@uhb.nhs.uk
T: 0121 371 7882
M: 07818 212 185

W: https://www.uhb.nhs.uk

Upcoming Dates

The first meeting will take place on 19 September 2022 at 10am.

Please note that this Group will be running virtually, until it is safe to meet face-to-face.

For further details, please contact the Support Group Leaders to register your interest and receive updates closer to the time.

Contact Information

Charlotte Coldrick, CNS and Support Group Leader
E: charlotte.coldrick@uhb.nhs.uk

Laura Conway, CNS and Support Group Leader
E: laura.conway@uhb.nhs.uk
T: 0121 371 7882
M: 07818 212 185

W: https://www.uhb.nhs.uk

For information about the Support Group please contact the Support Group Leader whose contact details are listed above.
For all general enquiries about myeloma please contact the Myeloma Infoline on 0800 980 3332 or email askthenurse@myeloma.org.uk

Further information