Events during May 2021

BSH Haematology Clinical Science FRCPath Exam Preparation Study Day

This is an inaugural meeting of the Haematology Clinical Science FRCPath exam preparation study day - from the British Society for Haematology.

Introduction to Specialist Demonstration Techniques Webinar 2021

Discussing the different types of staining mechanisms utilised with the routine special demonstration technique protocols in clinical laboratories.

Near Miss Events and Incident Investigation Webinar 2021

SHOT and the MHRA are pleased to announce our joint webinar covering the importance of learning from Near Miss events and the principles of Investigating Incidents. We will include some illustrative cases to highlight key learning points.

Webinar with Q&A: Understanding and Managing Challenging Samples in Your Laboratory

Webinar: Looking at the different types of interferences a laboratory can encounter and how they can affect certain assays.

IBMS Support Hub - Sharing Approaches to Evidence

Come along, network and share approaches to evidence production.

Implementation guidance for non-neoplastic neuropathology specimens

Free Webinar

Tuesday 25 May 2021, 4pm - 4.45pm

Implementation guidance for liver biopsies

Free Webinar
Wednesday 26 May 2021, 4pm - 4.45pm

Mohs’ Procedure Introductory Webinar

During this session we will look more closely at the benefits of Mohs micrographic surgery to include improved preservation of uninvolved skin, better cosmetic outcomes and how it can be used on problematic infiltrative invasive tumour types. In addition we will consider the technical requirements in detail along with an understanding of the artefacts that can be created during the procedures and how they can also be resolved. Emphasis will be given to developing a comprehensive understanding of the skills required for the laboratory scientist to deliver good quality stained tissue sections

IBMS Support Hub - How to Reflect

Do you struggle to reflect and write reflectively? Come along to our session to learn approaches that may help.
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