SIBF NEWS

28th May 2018

Lives matter more than numbers … but numbers are important

Media reports oftentimes repeat parrot-fashion what others have said or what has been said before, without necessarily getting the detail or context right. “About 7,500 people, […]
18th June 2018

Joint member meeting July 14th – Clinical Review Group and the UK Inquiry

Joint Member Meeting WHERE: Mercure Glasgow City Hotel WHEN: Saturday July 14th, 11.30am-4.30pm The Scottish Infected Blood Forum and Haemophilia Scotland are jointly hosting a member […]
20th June 2018

Grenfell Tower vs. Contaminated Blood

Here we post an astute Forum entry from an SIBF member. The sentiments conveyed do not necessarily represent the Forum’s Trustees, staff or members’ views as […]
20th June 2018

How much is ‘fair and full’ support?

Here we post another Forum entry from an SIBF member. The sentiments conveyed do not necessarily represent the Forum’s Trustees, staff or members’ views as a […]
21st June 2018

Haemophiliacs’ PIP cases mistreated: DWP UK-wide review of claimants with haemarthropathy

Sarah Newton the Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, has issued an information note with highlights a “systematic problem” which meant haemophiliacs with haemarthropathy have […]
3rd July 2018

Letter from UK Public Inquiry Chair, Sir Brian Langstaff

Letter from Sir Brian Langstaff, 2nd July 2018 “The terms of reference for the Infected Blood Inquiry are now in place. You may be wondering what […]