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Programme: Friday

Day Two





0900-0945 
​Alsh

 

RCPath Flynn Lecture
Lies, damned lies and statistics in research – improving efficiency in research and reducing the impact of misconduct – examples from vitamin D research
Prof Alison Avenell - University of Aberdeen


0945-1045


Break, Posters & Exhibition

 


 


Parallel Sessions


Laboratory Informatics
(Chair: Dr Lance Sandle)

 

Clinical Nutrition and Lipids
(Chair: Dr Kevin Deans)


1045-1115 
​Carron

 

Future Pathology Information Standards - an NHS Digital perspective
Mr Jay Kola
NHS Digital
 
1045-1125 
​Alsh

  

Management of Obesity
Dr Jennifer Logue
University of Glasgow


1115-1145 
​Carron

 

Pathology IT Developments in Wales
Dr Jonathan Kell
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
 
1125-1205 
​Alsh

  

What's New in Lipid Lowering
Dr Kevin Deans
NHS Grampian


1145-1215 
​Carron

 

Pathology IT Developments in Scotland
Mrs Charlotte Syme
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

 
1205-1245 
​Alsh

  

Parenteral  Nutrition
Dr Ruth McKee
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

1215-1245 
​Carron

 

Results to Patients 

Mr Stuart Jones
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust




  





1245-1445


Exhibition, Posters & Lunch


1300-1320 
Boisdale 2​


FCS Annual General Meeting 
 

1320-1400 
​Boisdale 2
 

ACB Annual General Meeting

 


Parallel Sessions

 

 

Lab Re-Configuration
(Chair: Mr Jim Allison)

 

Clinical Cases
(Chair: Dr Danielle Freedman)

 
1445-1530
​Carron

  

Pathology Consolidation -
the state of the nation 
Mr David Wells
NHS Improvement

 
1445-1615
​Alsh

  

Clinical Cases presentations
To be announced

1530-1615
​Carron

  

NHSScotland’s National Laboratories Programme: Towards a Distributed Service Model
Dr Bill Bartlett
NHS National Services Scotland

 

1615-1630 
​Alsh
  
Closing Ceremony


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