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After one of the most challenging years in our professional history, we’re looking forward to celebrating Biomedical Science Day 2021.

With easing of lockdown restrictions from each of the four nations still on track, we are hopeful that some face-to-face activities will be able to take place on this year’s Biomedical Science Day. This year the event is being held on Thursday 24 June and will be focused on showcasing the integral work the profession has taken on during the pandemic and promote to the public how biomedical science is vital to healthcare.

Face-to-face activities

With the UK still hoping to leave final lockdown restrictions on Monday 21 June, we advise members to err on the side of caution and continue to take necessary precautions while abiding by local guidelines. Carry on with “hands, face, space”, and try to hold events in well-ventilated areas or outdoors, if possible.

If restrictions permit, organising a Harvey’s Gang tour is a great way to celebrate Biomedical Science Day, as it helps young patients and their families understand their healthcare and the people involved. Or you could choose to raise funds for the charity through your activities. For more details email [email protected].

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