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Biochemistry in Manchester

Senior Biomedical Scientist Jessel Lobo gives a guided tour of the Directorate of Clinical Biochemistry at the Manchester Foundation Trust.

Four days in March: An advisory view of congress

With Congress fast approaching, Brian Nation, IBMS Editorial Specialist Advisor, looks at a few programme highlights of the forthcoming biennial event at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham next March.

A dark winter ahead?

The NHS faces a tough winter. Already under pressure from the backlog of cases that built up during the pandemic, the spectre of a COVID resurgence, along with the usual seasonal flu, threatens to overwhelm services.

A time for reflection

David Wells looks back over his first six months as Chief Executive of the IBMS.

The big question: Better recognition

This month, we ask: “How can biomedical scientists get better recognition for what they contribute to healthcare?”

Here to help: CPD audit – a short guide

Alan Wainwright, the IBMS Executive Head of Education, revisits the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) CPD audit.

Product regulation

Steve Lee from the Association of British HealthTech Industries looks at the potential impact on medical laboratory services.

An immersive experience: cancer exhibition at the Crick

The Francis Crick Institute has opened Outwitting Cancer – Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma, an immersive exhibition and the first to take place within a working science laboratory, home to cancer scientists from across the world. Here, Exhibitions Manager Hana Dethlefsen talks through the launch.

Supporting members

David Wells, IBMS Chief Executive, on how the Institute will support, progress and promote biomedical science.

Working flexibly across sites

Specialist Biomedical Scientist Kimberly C Lewis gives a guided tour of the clinical biochemistry facilities at Swansea.

Here to help: It helps to help each other

IBMS Education Manager Richardia Penn with the latest on assessment, verification and training.

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