Events during December 2021

Medical Laboratory Assistant - Introductory Course 2021

Allocated as Lecture/Study: 3 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Q&A/Discussion 2 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Practical Element 0 hrs 0 mins

Total 5 hrs 0 mins

Every Minute Counts

Please join us for our webinar covering the effect of cumulative delays in provision of blood in cases of major bleeding. We will work through an illustrative case to highlight key learning points for clinical and laboratory teams.

This 1-hour webinar is free to access and will include:

- A 40 minute case based presentation by experts from SHOT, BBTS and NBTC Emergency Planning Working Group
- A 20 minute interactive Q&A session

Every Minute Counts - SHOT webinar

SHOT, BBTS and NBTC joint Webinar

IBMSPOD - Episode 14

Cell lines, haematology and the Great British Bake Off with Yan Tsou & Reverend Christopher J Lee

BMT Introductory Webinar

In the first part of this webinar we will explore the structure, function, and cells of the marrow, and discuss the clinical importance of the bone marrow trephine biopsy. In the second part of this webinar we will explore fixation, decalcification, staining of the bone marrow trephine biopsy, and discuss the challenges we face

Weqas Annual Conference 2021

One and a half day scientific conference for participants enrolled in Weqas EQA programmes.

Targeted learning consisting of EQA interpretation, clinical cases and topical scientific lectures.

Infection 2021: BSAC Winter Conference

Join us as we celebrate 50 years of BSAC! Infection 2021 is an exciting two-day hybrid conference looking at the challenges and future of infection management and how we can rise the meet the challenge of antimicrobial resistance.

We encourage you to register for either in-person or virtual attendance and submit your abstracts for consideration for oral and poster presentation.

Fresh Muscle Biopsies Webinar 2021

A troubleshooting guide, from sampling and preparation, through to staining.

BAC Cytology Webinar

Intraoperative cytology of the female genital tract: an alternative to frozen sections?