Discussing the different types of staining mechanisms utilised with the routine special demonstration technique protocols in clinical laboratories.
During this session we will look more closely at the benefits of Mohs micrographic surgery to include improved preservation of uninvolved skin, better cosmetic outcomes and how it can be used on problematic infiltrative invasive tumour types. In addition we will consider the technical requirements in detail along with an understanding of the artefacts that can be created during the procedures and how they can also be resolved. Emphasis will be given to developing a comprehensive understanding of the skills required for the laboratory scientist to deliver good quality stained tissue sections
Discussing the clinical importance of renal biopsies, and the associated laboratory techniques and challenges.
Discussing extra cellular proteins fibrin and amyloid along with the application and principles of carbohydrate and mucin classification/demonstration.
Discussing the staining applications and principles employed to classify and demonstrate lipids, common infective agents, pigments and minerals.
An in-depth look at the role of Transmission Electron Microscopy in a modern cellular pathology department. What technical challenges are there in preparing tissue for TEM and what diagnostic challenges does TEM have an important role in.
This session of IBMS Support Hub is for training officers, we’ll be looking at what soft skills are important for TO’s and how to develop those skills.
This month we are joined by Biomedical Scientist Helen Thom of NHS Blood and Transplant
The webinar will be presented by Andrew Fisher FIBMS MSc, Technical Specialist at HORIBA UK, who will present the basics on blood morphology.
Provide delegates with an update on current topics related to pathology: Big data, paediatric /pregnancy biochemistry, POCT, laboratory medicine and clinical practice, laboratory science of the future, management in the 21st century, clinical cases, laboratory services in the aftermath of the pandemic, optimising pathology services , evolving workforce in pathology.