Science

LGBTQ inclusivity: fact or fiction?

Colin Mudd looks back over the last 40 years in this personal account of LGBTQ issues within the NHS and pathology workforce.

Delivering real-time PCR in histopathology

Clinical Scientist and Molecular Pathology Lead Siobhan Taylor looks at the experiences of implementing a new platform within a routine histopathology service and the impact it has had on patient care.

Histopathology reporting qualifications

Dr Joanne Horne and Dr Bryan Green look at the Healthcare Scientist Reporting Programme and developing an expert, collaborative histopathology team.

Is morphology dead?

Anas Nasir, a Specialist Biomedical Scientist in haematology and blood transfusion, puts the future of blood films under the microscope

Thawing blood plasma

Quality and Training Supervisor Tola Elegbe on thawing times and haemostatic assessment.

British Journal of Biomedical Science: issue 1 2020 – a synopsis

Deputy Editor Tony Rhodes provides a brief glimpse of the articles on offer in the first issue of 2020.

Man vs machine

Hutan Ashrafian outlines a project that proved a computer algorithm to be as effective as human radiologists in spotting breast cancer from x-ray images.

The big question: "How could antibiotics be used more responsibly?"

This month we ask “How could antibiotics be used more responsibly?”

The big question: Are food allergies becoming more common, or is diagnosis improving?

This month we ask: ''Are food allergies becoming more common, or is diagnosis improving?''

My lab: specialised transplantation testing

Healthcare Scientist Liam Oates gives a guided tour of the Welsh Transplantation and Immunogenetics Laboratory.

Myelodysplastic syndromes

Haematology expert Professor Barbara Bain looks at morphology and the accurate diagnosis of the myelodysplastic syndromes.

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