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Infection 2021: BSAC Winter Conference

09/12/2021
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.

Into clinical practice: Meeting the challenges of Gram-negative infection management 2021

14/10/2021
This hybrid conference which will explore the current challenges and treatment opportunities for Gram-negative infections. Delegates will, through plenary lectures, learn about resistance mechanisms, clinical presentations of Gram-negatives and the latest in research and development.

Paediatric Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship

02/11/2021
This hybrid conference which will explore the current challenges and treatment opportunities for paediatric antimicrobial stewardship. Delegates will, through plenary lectures, learn about the latest in research and development.

Understanding EUCAST recommendations for Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing

07/10/2021
The BSAC will be holding an online learning event aimed at those wishing to understand EUCAST recommendations for Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing.

IBMSPOD - Episode 11

01/09/2021
Mental health and education with Azuma Kalu, Martin Khechara and Steven Schnabel

National Blood Transfusion Committees: Rolling programme of virtual education: Pre-hospital blood transfusion

09/09/2021
In response to social distancing requirements and the on-going uncertainty of the recommencing of face-to-face meetings, the national blood transfusion committee (NBTC) approved a proposal for regional transfusion committees (RTC) to work together to produce a rolling programme of virtual education sessions accessible nationally.

This session will be on ‘pre-hospital blood transfusion’ and the on-going work as part of the RePhill trial. The principal objective of this trial is to investigate the clinical effectiveness of pre-hospital blood products (PHPB) resuscitation compared to the current standard care of restricted crystalloid-based resuscitation in participants suffering from major traumatic haemorrhage.

Train the Trainer 24th November 2021

24/11/2021
A daylong short course aimed at current or prospective trainers in diagnostic laboratories.

AQMLM Zoom 15: “The Future of COVID-19 Testing”

07/09/2021
One hour Zoom meeting led by an expert in COVID-19 testing

AQMLM Zoom 16: “The Quality Management of Serum Indices (HIL)”

20/10/2021
One hour Zoom meeting led by an expert in the field

IBMSPOD - Episode 10

05/08/2021
Special on Sustainability in the lab with Martin Farley and Sheri Scott
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