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SHOT, MHRA and UKTLC webinar

Optimising learning from incidents - SHOT, MHRA and UKTLC are pleased to announce a joint webinar covering the importance of learning from incidents and the principles of investigating incidents.

Introduction to Specialist Demonstration Techniques Webinar 2023

This webinar provides a basic introduction and training in the theory and practice of tinctorial staining techniques used in diagnostic Cellular Pathology laboratories, including Haematoxylin and Eosin stained sections together with the special staining techniques.

Mohs’ Procedure Introductory Webinar 2023

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


The 82nd Annual General Meeting of the Institute of Biomedical Science will be held at the Institute of Biomedical Science, 12 Coldbath Square, London, EC1R 5HL, on 15th June 2024 at 11.30 am. Members will also be able to join the meeting virtually.

Annual General Meeting programme

Dr Nigel Brown, Head of Toxicology Service at Wansbeck General Hospital.

‘A different way to die from explosives’

Dinitrophenol is an industrial chemical used in production industrial chemicals including explosives. It has been used as a dietary aid for some years and has become popular with body builders. It has been linked to fatalities and the sale of the chemical is due to be restricted in the UK later this year. The talk will also include the mechanism by which dinitrophenol acts on the body.

Registration and coffee 9.30 – 10.00

Lecture 10.00 – 11.00

Haematological Morphology Study Days: Morphology and its Relationship to Disease

This course is designed for those studying for their specialist portfolio in haematology, but is suitable as a refresher for those returning to the subject or an update for those already qualified.

Day one deals with the proper use and care of the microscope, staining and stain QC/ trouble shooting and normal haematopoiesis. This day will contain a workshop on normal morphology.

Day two will discuss the pre-analytical variables that can affect the sample and result, disease process and the associated morphological abnormalities and the clinical significance of the generated report for the patient, be it negative or abnormal.

These two days can be taken together or individually as suits the learners needs.

MIMS Learning Live London

MIMS Learning provides clinical and practice education for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals working in primary and secondary care in the UK, through e-learning and live events. We support your learning goals for appraisal and revalidation, with relevant CPD content that promotes learning and enables you to gather evidence for your appraiser.

IBMS & HCPC: Joint Webinar

The IBMS is pleased to announce a joint webinar with the HCPC to provide information and clarification on the HCPC international and UK based routes to registration as a biomedical scientist.

IBMS Yorkshire Region Annual General Meeting 2023

Yorkshire Region AGM 2023
Talk By Michael Conway

Fungal Identification

Specialist practical tuition in the identification of pathogenic fungi for biomedical scientists, clinical scientists and FRCpath candidates.
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