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Events during February 2021

IBMSPOD - Episode 4

03/02/2021
In February’s edition of IBMSpod, we delve into the fascinating speciality of Toxicology.

Power of Process Master

08/02/2021
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

11/02/2021
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

15/02/2021
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

15/02/2021
A Virtual Scientific Event Focusing on the Critical Role of Clinical Laboratories in COVID-19 Pandemic

Gynae Cytology ASD Prep Session

16/02/2021
Advanced Specialist Diploma in Gynae Cytology Preparation session: Written Paper
Distanced learning session via MS Teams

Wellbeing Forum - February 2021

17/02/2021
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

24/02/2021
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

25/02/2021
Support for training officers and candidates and sharing best practices.

COVID-19 Variants of Concern webinar

26/02/2021
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.