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A LIVING AUTOPSY: THE PERILS OF MODERN LIFE

07/11/2018
Live Autopsy on Model - 10:30am-12:00 pm, 7th November 2018 - Lecture Theatre, Medical Education Centre, Hull Royal Infirmary

IBMS/BAC Joint Meeting - Preparing for the Future

13/10/2018
The IBMS & BAC are running a joint event on Saturday 13th October 2018 - this will be free of charge to members of both professional bodies and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis

DAWN AC Anticoagulation Therapy Software Midlands Regional User Group Meeting

02/10/2018
Presentations and discussion/Q&A relevant to DAWN AC Anticoagulation Therapy Software and sharing best practice of service provision

UK NEQAS Reproductive Science Semen Analysis One Day Workshop 2 October 2018

02/10/2018
Practical sessions of sperm concentration, sperm morphology and sperm motility. Questions and answers through lunch.

Introductory Course in Gynaecological Cytology 2018-2019

01/10/2018
Allocated as Lecture/Study: 30 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Q&A/Discussion 10 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Practical Element 80 hrs 0 mins

Total 120 hrs 0 mins

Medical Laboratory Assistant - Introductory Course 2018-2019

17/04/2019
To raise awareness and a better understanding of the theory linked to practical duties of an Medical Laboratory Assistant and their role within the NHSCSP.
To recognise key aspects of the MLA duties and the connection to the overall aim of the Cytology department with links to other staff groups and clinical teams.
To show the key elements of the job and the importance of methodical work methods incorporating essential health & safety standards.

Pre-Exam Course in Gynaecological Cytology 2019

08/04/2019
To prepare candidates proposing to sit the NHSCSP Training in Cervical Cytology Final Examination by means of lectures, written questions and microscopy workshops. A mock examination is held on the last day and marked by the tutor for feedback to the student and their departmental training officers/assessors.
To test students on various key elements of the two year training programme leading to the final examination and formal registration after successful completion of all elements of the training.

BMS / Cytoscreener Update Course in Gynaecological Cytology

08/04/2019
To provide a theoretical and practical update to cervical cytology for BMS and cytoscreener staff who have passed the NHSCSP Certificate/Diploma in Cervical Cytology
To recognise new developments within the screening programme
To undertake practical diagnostic microscopy training in order to meet professional competencies
Reflective learning topics to include
To recognise the cytological features of hyperchromatic crowded groups
To recognise the cytological features of metaplasia
To recognise the cytological features of High-grade dyskaryosis
To understand the role of the cervical cancer audit and the lessons learned from the external review process.
The role of HPV Primary screening

BMS -/ Cytoscreener Update Course in Gynaecological Cytology

19/03/2019
To provide a theoretical and practical update to cervical cytology for BMS and cytoscreener staff who have passed the NHSCSP Certificate/Diploma in Cervical Cytology
To recognise new developments within the screening programme
To undertake practical diagnostic microscopy training in order to meet professional competencies
Reflective learning topics to include
To recognise the cytological features of hyperchromatic crowded groups
To recognise the cytological features of metaplasia
To recognise the cytological features of High-grade dyskaryosis
To understand the role of the cervical cancer audit and the lessons learned from the external review process.
The role of HPV Primary screening

Introductory Course in Gynaecological Cytology 2018-2019

04/02/2019
Allocated as Lecture/Study: 30 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Q&A/Discussion 10 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Practical Element 80 hrs 0 mins

Total 120 hrs 0 mins