This RMS course is aimed at both life science and clinical science fields, with the common fundamentals covered on day 1 and 2. The course the splits into life science and clinical orientated modules, from practical demonstrations to lectures highlighting not just the applications, but best practice as well. More information can be found on the flyer below.
To mark 50 years as World Leaders in EQA, UK NEQAS have organised a Pan-Disciplinary Scientific meeting ‘The Patient Behind the Sample’, to be held at The Helix in Dublin on Tuesday 5th November 2019. More information can be found in the flyer below or in the registration link here - http://www.sbk-healthcare.co.uk/home/title/2399/nhsconference/pan-disciplinary-uk-neqas-scientific-meeting-/
Please find below Programme Information flyers for current and upcoming programmes.
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With effect from Monday 19th November 2018, Mr Liam Whitby will be taking over the position of Director of UK NEQAS for Leucocyte Immunophenotyping. This follows the retirement of the previous post holder Professor David Barnett. Liam will already be well known to our participants having worked at UK NEQAS for Leucocyte Immunophenotyping for over 20 years. He has significant experience in the provision of external quality assessment and is looking forward to the opportunity to develop the programmes offered by this centre to ensure they continue to meet the requirements of all participating laboratories.
This meeting, taking place on Wednesday 24th October 2018 at 1 America Square in London, is for laboratory staff and clinicians in the fields of flow cytometry, cytogenetic and molecular biology looking to obtain more accurate and reliable results. This meeting will consist of a number of informative, educational talks full of information to take back to the workplace as well as an exhibition of leading companies in the field.
Please see the flyer attached below for more information.
UK NEQAS for Leucocyte Immunophenotyping (UK NEQAS LI) now has a Facebook page and a Twitter account. We will be posting important messages to these accounts relating to our schemes so please like or follow us, respectively.
We hope that these feeds will act as a useful eductational resource for participants and collaborators alike, collating interesting papers, conference info, videos and news stories in haemato-oncology. As we develop our online presence we hope to publish some of our own educational content. If you have any feedback or ideas as to content you would like us to include, please do not hesitate to get in touch.