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Right First Time, Together 22

From patient to result - Healthcare Professional's need to work together to get the right result, for the right patient at the right time. Nottingham Trent University is hosting its first interprofessional symposium aimed at both students and healthcare professionals. An event with continual professional development, networking and communication at its core. Biomedical Science, Nursing and Allied Health students are invited to join the working healthcare and healthcare laboratory professionals for a day of interprofessional learning. Face to Face and Virtual attendance options available: booking can be made via:
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SHOT Webinar "Transfusion-Associated Circulatory Overload"

Transfusion-associated circulatory overload (TACO) continues to be the leading cause of transfusion related deaths in the UK and TACO reports submitted to SHOT are increasing year on year. Please join us for our webinar where SHOT pulmonary working expert group members will provide an overview of the TACO cases submitted to SHOT, cover key learning points and recommendations for safer patient care. The presentation will also include some illustrative cases.

Biomedical Science Day 2022

Mark your calendars and get ready to celebrate the 6th annual Biomedical Science Day


We are excited to announce the return of our bitesize liver pathology sessions for a second year. These will take place on Monday afternoons from 4.30-5.30pm, held via zoom. This years' topics have been selected to cover different areas of the field of liver pathology, and are based on delegate feedback from last year.

These one hour webinars are aimed at senior registrars predominantly, but may also be of interest to SAS doctors and consultants who report liver biopsies occasionally as part of their everyday work. The aim is to provide attendees with the opportunity to view example digital slides before each session, followed by case based discussions by an expert in the field. There will also be the opportunity for speakers to provide hints and tips to aid in diagnosis and interpretation, and for delegates to pose questions to the speakers to enhance their understanding.

CPD Credits: 6 (for all sessions)


This half day session has been devised for those working or interested in infection specialties including microbiology, virology and infectious diseases. The programme should be of interest to all levels and aims to give trainees the opportunity for consultant led, interactive teaching to equip them with knowledge and skills for specialist medical microbiology and virology practice.
CPD credits: 4

New Consultants Day

The New Consultants' Day is a new event, intended to help and support anyone who has recently been appointed to a consultant post, or who will very soon be taking one up. It is appropriate for all pathology specialties and much of the content will be suitable for both medical consultants and consultant clinical scientists (with the exception of the GMC and BMA presentations).

You will hear from experienced consultants on a range of topics such as how to prepare a business case to secure resources, how to set up new services and how best to deal with complaints, and learn more about appraisal, revalidation and pension arrangements, among other things. To register, you should ideally have been appointed to a consultant post within the last year, or have passed FRCPath and/or made a successful CESR application and expect to be appointed to a consultant within the next year.

CPD credits: 5


Following excellent feedback during our inaugural "Solving the Enigma of the Liver biopsy" course in 2021, for 2022 we have revised the programme, aiming to cover other aspects within the specialty of liver pathology based on delegates feedback. This virtual liver day is aimed at consultant and SAS who report liver biopsies as part of their everyday workload, and senior trainees who may wish to enhance their understanding of liver pathology.

This course should provide updates and advancements on areas of liver pathology which can sometimes be found more challenging, focussing predominantly on medical liver, but also briefly touching on neoplastic pathology with regards to the diagnosis of hepatocellular lesions. The invited speakers are all experts within their field. At the end of each session there will be an opportunity for delegates to ask questions to the speakers.

CPD credits: 6

62nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Society for Haematology

The 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Society for Haematology promises to include celebrations with our return to face-to-face events whilst keeping an online presence for the engagement of our international colleagues. The programme will focus on developing partnerships which enable outstanding science to transform patient care, whilst exploring topics that are relevant to all haematologists at a range of training levels.

Amyloid Webinar 2022

In order to detect and identify amyloid, biopsy slides must be properly prepared, stained and examined. This requires precise technique, correct equipment and professional expertise, or amyloid deposits may be missed or incorrectly diagnosed. We will look at amyloid staining, correctly diagnosing amyloid in tissues and the associated laboratory techniques.

IBMSPOD - Episode 16

In conversation with IBMS Chief Executive David Wells and Lorna Cleverly on animal health