Events on 11 March 2024

Quality control in serology laboratory presentation

Quality control in serology laboratory presentation, given at the IBMS London Branch Virology Discussion Group on 4th June 2019

Point of Care Testing Biopod Vol 1

The IBMS Biopod is a monthly podcast for members. Each episode will feature experts from the field discussing their research and talking about the latest developments.

EUROIMMUN Symposium: Advancing Laboratory Excellence

Allocated as Lecture/Study: 2h 15m
Allocated as Practical Element: 1h 00m
Allocated as Q&A/Discussion: 1h 15m

Science Council Lunch & Learn

British Science Week 2024 Lunch & Learn events

HIS/UKHSA Foundation Course in Infection Prevention Control (IPC)

The course comprises 5 modules in an on demand, self-led learning format. The on demand learning will be supplemented a one-week programme of live online sessions consisting of online workshops and IPC clinics (Q&A/discussion sessions) with the presenting experts. This will take place over five afternoons in a designated week for each cohort*.

Modules covered:
Basics in IPC - including, isolation, hand hygiene, device-associated infections, respiratory viruses, HCID

Pathogen-based approach to IPC - including epidemiology of common pathogens and the use of typing in outbreak investigation

IPC in the built environment - including ventilation, water management, disinfection and sterilisation

Principles of surveillance and stewardship - including essential tools, surveillance of AMR and stewardship, surveillance applied to HCAI, using data for local action.

Leadership and managing change - including behavioural science, structure of IPC services, communication, sustainability

Estimated time requirements
On demand: Self-led-learning via eLearning platform: approximately 30 - 35 hours (over 6 months from the date of purchase)
Blended: Self-led-learning via eLearning platform: approximately 30 - 35 hours (over 6 months) and Live workshops and IPC clinics: 15 hours (over one week)