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Revision Courses - FRCPATH Haematology Exams, Part 1 CourseDate: Aug 30, 2013 To: Aug 31, 2013 Location: Hyde Park Room, St George’s Hospital, London
Source: St George’s & Kingston Hospitals
This is an intensive two-day exam-oriented course aimed at haematology registrars planning to sit the part 1 FRCPath exam.
Clinical and Laboratory Haemostasis 2013Date: Sep 3, 2013 To: Sep 4, 2013 Location: Sheffield Hallam University, The Atrium Conference Centre, Sheffield S1 1WB
A two-day conference incorporating the UK NEQAS for Blood Coagulation Annual Scientific and Participants' Meeting.
FRCPath Haematology - Part 2 Mock Revision Course (run 1)Date: Sep 13, 2013 To: Sep 14, 2013 Location: Education Centre, Kingston Hospital, London
The two days are intensive nine-hour sessions (each day) inclusive of mock morphology modules (long cases x 4 and short cases x 16), clotting and transfusion papers and mock vivas. The answer sheets are marked and viva feedback is provided on the same day.
The St Mary's one-day morphology update for BMSs and 1st-yr SpRsDate: Sep 16, 2013 To: Sep 16, 2013 Location: Hammersmith Hospital
This course, which includes lectures and microscopy (mainly blood films), is suitable for experienced BMSs, and haematology trainees in the first year of their training.
One-day update in thrombosis and haemostasis for consultants and advanced SpRsDate: Sep 16, 2013 To: Sep 16, 2013 Location: Hammersmith Hospital
This course, organized by Professor Mike Laffan, aims to update Consultants and other career-grade Haematologists in the field of Thrombosis and Haemostasis and also to help experienced SpRs to prepare for RCPath exams.
Haematology in ObstetricsDate: Sep 16, 2013 To: Sep 18, 2013 Location: University of Leicester
This three-day residential course is open to all healthcare professionals, working in either haematology or obstetrics, who wish to increase their knowledge and clinical competence in this specialist field.
The St Mary's one-day course in Laboratory Aspects of Haemoglobinopathy DiagnosisDate: Sep 17, 2013 To: Sep 17, 2013 Location: Hammersmith Hospital
This course, which includes lectures, microscopy and interpretation of haemoglobin electrophoretic strips and HPLC plots, is suitable for consultants and other career-grade post-holders in haematology, trainees in haematology and BMS with some previous experience in the field.
The St Mary's two-day course in advanced haematology morphologyDate: Sep 18, 2013 To: Sep 19, 2013 Location: Hammersmith Hospital
(NOTE: this course is not suitable for BMSs)
The 2013 three Rs Event: Toll-like receptors (TLRs),RIG-like receptors (RLRs) and Nod-like receptors (NLR)Date: Sep 19, 2013 To: Sep 19, 2013 Location: ***NEW VENUE*** Cineworld: The O2, Peninsula Square, London
The aim of this meeting is to provide an overview of these three families of receptors and provide the most recent advances in the area of innate immune pattern recognition.
St Mary's one-day course in histopathology of the bone marrowDate: Sep 20, 2013 To: Sep 20, 2013 Location: Hammersmith Hospital
This course, which includes both lectures and work at individual microscopes, is suitable for consultants and other career grade post holders in haematology and histopathology and is also valuable for trainees in these disciplines.