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Digita immunofluorescence implementation into routine diagnostic use

Paul Chenery and Mark Housley discuss digital immunofluorescence at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, from initial implementation to future applications.

In 2019, NHS England set out the goal of transforming diagnostic services into a digital service. Nationally, cellular pathology departments did not have existing infrastructure to accommodate this directive and departmental reporting structure relied on the physical production and distribution of reporting material (glass microscope slides) as well as on-site consultant capacity.

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