President's welcome

I am delighted to welcome you to attend the ACB UKMedLab22 Scientific Meeting to be held at the Royal College of Pathologists in London from the 8-10 November 2022.

This will be the first face-to-face national meeting of the organisation in over three years and will provide the opportunity to share and present science and research, while networking with colleagues.

The meeting delivers two days of high-quality science, leadership and management sessions across four plenary and nine parallel symposia, on 8 and 9 November, followed by two separate training days for Clinical Biochemistry and Microbiology trainees, along with the National Audit Meeting on 10 November.

It’s great to be back to a major in-person scientific meeting and we hope you will consider joining us in London in November.

Bernie Croal

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Agenda Overview

Click below for an overview of all UKMedLab22 events. For a breakdown of the programme, visit the Agenda and Speaker pages.

Inclusivity statement

Inclusivity statement

The ACB has committed to making UKMedLab 2023 an inclusive and welcoming environment in which all participants feel valued, respected and engaged.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion has been integral to the planning and running of our meeting. We have actively sought to increase the diversity of our speakers, Chairs and attendees. We aim to better reflect our membership, encourage participation of underrepresented groups, increase accessibility and provide a safe and inclusive environment for all our attendees.

The ACB has produced a statement of values to ensure ACB meetings provide a welcoming environment for everyone, which we invite UKMedLab23 attendees to uphold:

  • Respect: Ensure a culture of tolerance towards others that promotes inclusivity and celebrates diversity
  • Achievement: Support delegates to achieve their full potential
  • Excellence: Support session moderators/ chairs in maintaining high standards of impartiality with an awareness of delegates’ needs and circumstances
  • Collaboration: Facilitate engagement of trainees and senior staff in a positive and constructive manner, through appropriate questioning and discussion

If you have questions about our ability to accommodate your needs at UKMedLab23, contact us at [email protected].

CPD accreditation

The UKMedLab conference on 8 and 9 November has been accredited by the Royal College of Pathologists for up to 11 CPD points.

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