peripheral blood morphology

A one-day course that aims to enhance skills in peripheral blood morphology

Course details


Duration
1 day

Dates
2 March 2018

Fees
£115

Location
3rd Floor Laboratories
Commonwealth Building
Hammersmith Hospital Campus
Du Cane Road
London W12 0NN

General enquiries
Mandy Sale
a.sale@imperial.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 3313 4017

Register and pay - March 2018 session

This course was created by Professor Barbara Bain at St Mary’s Hospital. It is now taught by Professor Barbara Bain and Dr Vishal Jayakar. Blood films showing a wide variety of abnormalities are available for microscopy and are subsequently discussed.


Target audience

  • Trainee haematologists in the first two years of their training
  • Biomedical scientists with experience in the field
  • Advanced trainees and consultant and staff grade haematologists who wish to update their skills and knowledge may also benefit

Key speakers and course organisers

  • Professor B. J. Bain
  • Dr Vishal Jayakar

Cancellation and transferral policy

Places are only allocated when payment has been received. Early booking is advised, particularly for the two-day course, as courses are often booked out. Please note that because of catering and course material expenses, cancellations received within two weeks of the course date will not receive a refund. Those who do cancel after that time may make their own arrangements for a replacement to attend. If cancellations are received more than 14 days before the course, a refund will be given after deduction of a handling charge.


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