Programme

Training Days 

Monday 10 June - Biochemistry Training Day

Monday 10 June
9.30am – 12.30pm
Biochemistry Day

Biochemistry Training Day

12.30pm – 1.30pm
Lunch

Break

1.30pm – 4.30pm
Dynamic function testing

Biochemistry Training Day

4.30pm – 4.45pm
Closing remarks

Biochemistry Training Day

 

Monday 10 June - Microbiology Training Day

Monday 10 June
9.30am – 12.30pm
Microbiology Training Day

Microbiology Training Day

12.30pm – 1.30pm
Lunch

Microbiology Training Day

1.30pm – 2.05pm
Putting together your portfolio of evidence

Microbiology Training Day

2.05pm – 2.15pm
Portfolio Preparation for HCPC registration: a microbiology trainee perspective

Microbiology Training Day

2.15pm – 3pm
Immunology for clinical scientists – exploring immunodeficiencies and autoimmune mimics of infection

Microbiology Training Day

3pm – 3.15pm
Coffee break

Break

3.15pm – 3.45pm
Undertaking infection research in the NHS – pathways, ethics, how to combine research into your training

Microbiology Training Day

3.45pm – 4.30pm
Common Microbiology/Virology cases from Primary Care

Microbiology Training Day

 

Conference

LabMedUK24 on 11 and 12 June has been accredited by the Royal College of Pathologists for up to 11 CPD points.

Tuesday 11 June
8am – 9am
Arrival and registration

Registration

9am – 9.10am
Welcome from ACB President

Plenary

9.10am – 9.50am
International award lecture

Plenary

9.50am – 10.15am
Coffee break

Break

10.15am – 11.45am
Paediatrics

Parallel session

Faecal testing

Parallel session

11.45am – 1.45pm
Lunch & poster rounds

Break

12pm – 1pm
Industry sponsored workshops

Industry sponsored workshops

1.45pm – 2.15pm
Impact award lecture

Plenary

2.15pm – 3.50pm
Laboratory management

Parallel session

Medal award presentations

Parallel session

4.15pm – 5.30pm
Vitamin B12 deficiency and the NICE guidelines: A debate

Parallel session

Myeloma

Parallel session

Wednesday 12 June
8am – 9am
Arrival and registration

Registration

9am – 9.30am
Laboratory medicine foundation award

Plenary

9.30am – 11am
Mass spectrometry in the clinical laboratory - is metabolomics the next big thing?

Parallel session

Home self-testing

Parallel session

11.30am – 1pm
Specialist endocrinology: new test, new method, new evidence

Parallel session

Artificial intelligence and machine learning: what are the implications for our practice in laboratory medicine?

Parallel session

1pm – 3pm
Lunch & poster rounds

Break

1.30pm – 2pm
Industry sponsored workshops

Industry sponsored workshops

2pm – 3pm
ACB Annual General Meeting

AGM

3pm – 3.30pm
Freddie Flynn award

Plenary

3.30pm – 5pm
Clinical cases

Plenary

5pm – 5.15pm
Closing ceremony & awards

Plenary