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My Lab: Comprehensive cancer centre

Biomedical Scientist Team Manager Tahmina Hussain gives a guided tour of her laboratory at The Christie Pathology Partnership in Manchester.

Here to help: IBMS support hub

Tahmina Hussain and Jocelyn Pryce outline the launch of support resources to help members in these challenging times.

Registration portfolios - is the evidence good enough?

Mike Carter, former Scientific Education and Training Manager for Public Health England, gives a nuts-and-bolts guide to completing a portfolio.

Continuing professional development in the pandemic

With training events, meetings and conferences cancelled due to COVID-19, we look at some new launches from the IBMS and ways members can ensure they are still securing all the evidence needed for their portfolios.

A simple act

Sarah May, Deputy Chief Executive of the IBMS, on the emotional legacy of the pandemic and social distancing.

Hong Kong flu

The Hong Kong flu outbreak of 1968-70 claimed over one million lives worldwide. Retired GP Elizabeth Clyde reflects on her first-hand experiences from this widely forgotten pandemic.

Tech news: October 2020

This month's top tech news stories

Vitamin K deficiency: a case study

Alison Hadfield, a Healthcare Science Section Leader in core haematology from the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, presents a vitamin K-deficiency patient case study.

Here to help: Virtual training

Evis Ciri and Jocelyn Pryce from the IBMS Education Team outline new online sessions that have been launched.

My lab: a whole new approach to assessment

Leslie Ramos, Cellular Pathology Quality Manager, gives a guided tour of her lab and talks through a recent virtual UKAS assessment.

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