Frontiers in Laboratory Medicine - 28-29 January 2020


The essential strategic two day meeting for current and future leaders in laboratory medicine across all Pathology disciplines.

This cutting edge conference brings together the leading figures in Pathology and Diagnostics from the UK and across the world.

It provides a programme that supports debate around the important issues of the day and reflects on future developments that will impact on diagnostics. The format includes thought-provoking presentations, with ample time for discussions meaning there is plenty of audience participation.

The programme offers opportunity to debate and exchange ideas on topical issues that will shape the future of pathology, such as:

  • Influencing innovation in Pathology
  • Innovating technology, pathology workforce and care pathways
  • Getting it right first time – an update on the project aiming to improve patient pathways and clinical outcomes, reduce unwarranted variation and enhance the experiences of patients
  • Innovation in clinical care from theory to practice – examples of where and how innovation has been successfully brought into practice
  • Pathology networks and learning lessons – updates from across the UK
  • Big data and how it is improving patience care – learn how Big Data can help predictions and influence decision about the health of a country region or individual

Don't miss the opportunity to hear from opinion leaders from the UK and overseas, as well as contributing to the discussions on how to respond to the key issues facing laboratory medicine. 

“Completely exceeded expectations” – feedback from FiLM 2019

Join us in Austin Court, Birmingham, UK!


Book before 31 December 2019 and take advantage of the Early Bird Rates

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