Here to help: delivering learning

Donna Torrance, IBMS Head of Learning and Development, updates members on plans to move qualification to a dedicated online platform.

A strong relationship

IBMS Chief Executive David Wells on IBMS/RCPath collaboration and promoting the profession.

My lab: in the Bolivian amazon

Dave Goldsmith gives a guided tour of his “lab” – 213,564 square km of jungles intersected by winding rivers and swamps.

Lighthouse lab closures

David Wells, Chief Executive of the IBMS, on the Lighthouse Laboratory legacy and the implications of their closure.

My lab: The islands' laboratory

Laboratory Manager Kim Finlayson gives a guided tour of the laboratory facilities on the Falkland Islands.

Here to help: Changes to my CPD

Donna Torrance, the IBMS Head of Learning and Development, explains how members should prepare for a new CPD system.

Jargon buster: Higher education

The first instalment of an occasional column by Biomedical Science Programme Leader Dr Lynne Lawrance aimed at training officers and others supporting students undertaking degrees.

My lab: Toxicology in Sheffield

Azuma Kalu and Dean Tazzyman give a guided tour of the toxicology laboratory at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Here to help: Non-accredited biomedical science degrees

Alan Wainwright and Richardia Penn from the IBMS give their top tips for submitting documentation.

Regulation: an IBMS position statement

Alan Wainwright, Executive Head of Education at the IBMS, looks at a consultation on regulation.

How to... secure a placement

Biomedical science student Ryan O’Neil talks through his placement experiences and provides advice for anyone considering applying.