Events during February 2021

IBMSPOD - Episode 4

In February’s edition of IBMSpod, we delve into the fascinating speciality of Toxicology.

Power of Process Master

An online learning program consisting of 24 hrs e-learning and 8 hrs facilitated learning, delivered over four weeks. The purpose of the course is to equip learners with an in-depth understanding of laboratory processes, enable them to analyze laboratory performance and transform opportunities into tangible results, using advanced tools and methodologies.

Pathology and the environment

Organised by the Royal College of Pathologists and featuring IBMS Fellow Dr Alistair Gammie, this event is free to attend.

Power of Process Champion Blended Course

An online learning program which consists of 16 hours of e-learning and 8 hours facilitated learning, delivered over three weeks. The purpose of the course is to equip the learner with an in-depth understanding of laboratory processes, how it relates to laboratory performance, identify performance problems and propose corrective actions.

IFCC Global Conference on Covid-19 Diagnostics

A Virtual Scientific Event Focusing on the Critical Role of Clinical Laboratories in COVID-19 Pandemic

Gynae Cytology ASD Prep Session

Advanced Specialist Diploma in Gynae Cytology Preparation session: Written Paper
Distanced learning session via MS Teams

Wellbeing Forum - February 2021

We want to know how you are coping during this pandemic. Please join us in the open discussion in offering you support during this time.

NHSBT meeting

Gender in healthcare: Implications for blood transfusion by Advanced BMS Alex Liversidge of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust & Leeds Beckett University

IBMS Support Hub - Training Officers and Candidates

Support for training officers and candidates and sharing best practices.

COVID-19 Variants of Concern webinar

The Office of the Chief Scientific Officer will be hosting its next webinar for healthcare science staff and will focus on the different COVID-19 variants and the implications of new variants on vaccination, testing and the overall spread of the virus.