Events during May 2019
A day spent looking at Respiratory microbiology. The focus of this meeting is on the latest clinical/infectious disease topics that are presenting currently in the field of clinical microbiology with the opportunity to listen to leading experts and latest opinions on current trends and how to address them in the laboratory and in the field.
Update of HPV implementation in Scotland. Rapid Onsite Evaluation in Clinic.EQA report. Breast seroma case presentation. SACC circulating slide presentations.
Five sessions comprising mainly lectures and some practical activities to assist with some elements of the IBMS Clinical Biochemistry and Haematology and Hospital Transfusion Practice Specialist Diplomas.
EQA scheme annual user group meeting.
Key Note Speaker and workshops on External Services and Suppliers Management: Acceptance Approval and Review and other areas concerning accreditation and processes for ISO 15189 compliance
MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY IS REVOLUTIONISING CLINICAL PRACTICE IN ONCOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY PAVING THE WAY FOR PRECISION MEDICINE, AND HAS EVOLVED INTO A GROWING RESEARCH FIELD. KNOWLEDGEABLE MOLECULAR PATHOLOGISTS ARE A SIGNIFICANT BOTTLE NECK FOR ADVANCING CANCER RESEARCH AND PATIENT CARE. THIS MEETING WILL PROVIDE PARTICIPANTS WITH A BROAD VIEW OF THE SCOPE, METHODOLOGIES, FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND CHALLENGES IN ADDITION TO PRACTICAL APPROACHES FOR MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY IN RESEARCH AND IN CLINICAL SETTINGS. THE POTENTIAL USES OF DEEP LEARNING IN PATHOLOGY WILL BE DISCUSSED. THE MEETING WILL HELP PARTICIPANTS TO ESTABLISH A NETWORK OF INTERACTIONS AND TO BUILD BRIDGES TO FOSTER CROSS DISCIPLINARY STUDIES. WE ARE PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE AND FOR THE UNKNOWN DISCOVERIES STILL TO COME.
with Professor Tony Bjourson and Dr Gareth McKeeman
A day addition to the Blood Sciences Short Course to assist with Haematology and Hospital Transfusion Practice Specialist Diplomas.