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This course is designed for those studying for their specialist portfolio in haematology, but is suitable as a refresher for those returning to the subject or an update for those already qualified.
Day one deals with the proper use and care of the microscope, staining and stain QC/ trouble shooting and normal haematopoiesis. This day will contain a workshop on normal morphology.
Day two will discuss the pre-analytical variables that can affect the sample and result, disease process and the associated morphological abnormalities and the clinical significance of the generated report for the patient, be it negative or abnormal.
These two days can be taken together or individually as suits the learners needs.
THE EVENT SEEKS TO PROVIDE NETWORKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ANYONE WORKING IN INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL, INFECTIOUS DISEASES, CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE.
Dates: 14/11/2023-15/11/2023 AND 17/11/2023
The first learning event jointly hosted by RCPath/IBMS aimed at those working in pathology across the North of England.
All upcoming sessions in the 2023 Support Hub series:
Online training sessions for Verifiers and Specialist Portfolio Assessors.
The course will provide an in depth knowledge of the more advanced uses of IHC and participants will leave having gained the skills to perform and manipulate IHC on tissue to identify complex/three different antigens/cellular components in a single tissue section.
The course will provide a sound knowledge of the basics behind IHC and participants will leave having gained the skills to perform and manipulate IHC on tissue to identify one antigen/cellular component in a single tissue section.
A 2 day lab-based course where participants are taught how to identify a range of pathogenic fungi, including dermatophytes, Aspergillus, mucoraceous moulds, and some less common fungi Date(s) of Activity: 24-25th January 2024
The British Society for Immunology Congress is the BSI’s flagship event. The congress enables the exchange of ideas and knowledge to facilitate research and collaborations focusing on immunology
Join The Royal College of Pathologists and their Sponsors, The British Society for Haematology and The Pathologist for a hybrid event in London this November. Themed to explore ‘The impact of climate change on disease and what can be done to tackle the challenges’. Keynote speaker Professor Virginia Murray will be in conversation with the College President, followed by a diverse range of eye-opening talks, a roundtable discussion on the topic ‘Planetary Health’, lunch time activities, a poster competition, which is now open to entries and networking opportunities for in-person attendees. Whether you participate online or in person we look forward to welcoming you to the event.