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Events on 14 June 2018

Biomed Antibiotics course (April intake)

21/04/2018
Online course delivered over 12 weeks.

Biomed Blood Transfusion course (April intake)

21/04/2018
Online course delivered over 12 weeks.

Biomed Quality Systems Management course (April intake)

21/04/2018
Online course delivered over 12 weeks.

Laboratory Diagnosis of Faecal & Blood Parasites1

11/06/2018
10 hours 15 minutes of lectures
1 hour 45 minutes of discussion
11 hours 40 minutes of practical laboratory

Three Day Update for Cervical Cytology June 2018

12/06/2018
A formal education programme to update Cytology staff on current developments and give exposure to a range of interesting and challenging cytology workshops to refresh and consolidate their interpretational skills.

The Laboratory Diagnosis of Malaria 2018

13/06/2018
This three-day intensive course is aimed primarily at haematologists and others involved in the laboratory identification of human malaria.
This is a very practical course with the emphasis on the identification of parasites by microscopy using thin and thick blood films.

Practical and Clinical Microbiology of Anaerobes (P&CMAn) June 2018

14/06/2018
This 2 day residential course is delivered by the UK Anaerobe Reference Unit (UKARU) aimed at Scientists and Medical professionals seeking to expand their knowledge of all aspects of anaerobic bacteria.

UK NEQAS IMMUNOLOGY, IMMUNOCHEMISTRY AND ALLERGY QUALITY ASSURANCE MASTERCLASS

14/06/2018
Summary
A one day workshop aimed at all medical laboratory staff wishing to assess their proficiency in practically based quality assurance.

Clinical and Laboratory Haemostasis 2018; UK NEQAS for Blood Coagulation Annual Scientific Meeting (incorporating the Annual Participants’ Meeting)

14/06/2018
UK NEQAS for Blood Coagulation Annual Scientific and Participants' Meeting is expected to attract a multidisciplinary healthcare audience of laboratory scientists, together with clinicians, pharmacists and nursing professionals for presentations and discussion on current issues in Haemostasis and Thrombosis.