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Events in 2022

Webinar: Optimising Patient Blood Management: The Role of the Laboratory

20/01/2022
Patient Blood Management as defined by the Society for the Advancement of Blood Management refers to "the timely application of evidence-based medical and surgical concepts designed to maintain hemoglobin concentration, optimize hemostasis and minimize blood loss in an effort to improve patient outcome".
In this webinar, we will explore the role the laboratory has in the management of this process.
Finally, will look at how VITROS® technology can help with Patient Blood Management.

IFBLS Webinar - Lessons Learned from the Pandemic

21/01/2022
Britta Karlsson Educational Webinar Series. IFBLS (International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Science) is pleased to announce the first event of the inaugural series of virtual webinars: Lessons Learned from the Pandemic. Our first speaker will discuss the primary methods used to identify SARS-CoV-2. Followed by a panel who will share their lessons learned as a result of providing laboratory services during this pandemic.

Serious Hazards of Transfusion (SHOT) Webinar - Highlights From The Recent National Comparative Audits of Blood Transfusion

15/02/2022
The National Comparative Audit (NCA) of Blood Transfusion is the largest programme of clinical audits of blood transfusion in the world and is funded by NHS Blood and Transplant in England. Please join us for our webinar where the NCA team will present the findings from 3 National Comparative Audits and the SHOT team will provide insights from haemovigilance reporting:

• 2018 audit of the use of fresh frozen plasma, cryoprecipitate and transfusions for bleeding in neonates and older children – Dr Helen New
• 2019 Re-audit of the medical use of red cells – Dr Andrew Charlton
• 2021 audit of NICE Quality Standard 138 – Professor Mike Murphy and John Grant-Casey

IBMS Congress 2022

14/03/2022
Delivering science, celebrating achievement

Microbiology Society Annual Conference / 2022

04/04/2022
Annual Conference 2022 sees the Society return to its in-person annual meeting format following a two-year hiatus due to the global health crisis. Annual Conference is designed to cover the breadth of microbiology research and its comprehensive scientific programme has over 30 sessions taking place across four days in a range of formats, including: symposia, virus workshops, prokaryotic and eukaryotic fora, and more.

UK NEQAS Cellular Pathology Technique Introduction to Cellular Components, Tissue Morphology and Tissue Recognition Part 1 Webinar 20/04/22

20/04/2022
Introduction to basic tissue recognition and discussing and demonstrating epithelia and basic connective tissue.

UK NEQAS Cellular Pathology Technique Introduction to Cellular Components, Tissue Morphology and Tissue Recognition Part 2 Webinar

21/04/2022
Discussing and demonstrating the specialized structural connective tissues of cartilage, bone and muscle as well as looking at blood vessels and nerves.

Biomed Online Learning courses 2022

23/04/2022
Biomed Online courses delivered over 12 weeks in following subjects:
• Advanced Human Genetics
• Analysis of Nucleic Acids
• Antibiotics
• Applied Haemostasis and Thrombosis
• Blood Transfusion
• Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Analysis in Healthcare Settings
• Clinical Data Interpretation
• Diabetes and the Clinical Laboratory
• Diagnosis of Breast Cancer
• Diagnostic Haemostasis and Thrombosis
• Governance and Risk Management
• Haemoglobinopathies
• Haemolytic Anaemias
• Haematological Malignancies
• Immunocytochemistry in Diagnostic Cellular Pathology
• Implementing Advanced Quality Management
• Lung Disease
• Management of Healthcare Associated Infection
• Managing Learning and Development in Healthcare
• Parasitology
• Point of Care Testing
• Quality Systems Management
• Renal Disease
• Robotics and Automation

BGS Transfusion Conference

25/04/2022
BGS Transfusion 2022 will take place on the Jubilee Campus, Nottingham University from 25th to 27th April 2022.

Introduction to Specialist Demonstration Techniques Webinar

19/05/2022
Discussing the different types of staining mechanisms utilised with the routine special demonstration technique protocols in clinical laboratories.
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