Events during June 2020
With self-directed learning becoming increasingly important for staying up to date with the latest research and news and developing knowledge for the wide range of IBMS exams, the podcast is hoped to be a valuable learning and CPD resource for members.
UK NEQAS for Blood Coagulation Annual Scientific & Participants' Meeting attracts laboratory scientists and a multidisciplinary healthcare audience for presentations and discussion on issues in Haemostasis & Thrombosis.
The workshop has been tailored to enhance your understanding of the IBMS Registration Portfolio requirements, from the perspectives of both the trainee and the trainer. It will help you recognise and select appropriate evidence for inclusion, offer constructive feedback to students who are completing a portfolio and provide greater insight into the verification process and follow-up for IBMS membership and HCPC registration.
Biomedical Science Day is more relevant than ever - but we will have to change how we celebrate our profession this year
Given the current COVID-19 pandemic we have taken the decision to shift the event online. This will be an inspiring event examining the role of both molecular and rapid diagnostics in tackling disease, infection and reducing the impact of COVID-19 within our communities and hospitals.
This day is designed to give delegates the opportunity to explore some of the communication challenges they face, the use of appropriate facilitative skills and the associated theory. There is a blend of presentation and group work in the morning and in the afternoon delegates are supported to participate in rolling role play in small groups, with an experienced trained actor and facilitator to practice skills and identify the impact of using them appropriately.
A Two day course aimed at those needing evidence for their portfolio or wishing to progress to the DEP in immunocytochemistry
Covering both theoretical and practical aspects of sample preparation and cryo EM techniques, this residential course is ideal for anyone new to cryoEM, but can also be attended by those wanting to refresh their existing skills.
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.
Delegates will learn the basic principles of cellular pathology and histological staining techniques.