This is organised by the ACB Education Committee and has proven very popular with those studying for examinations. There are two groups of trainees: Group A, aimed at relatively new members of the profession (less than 2-3 years in training); and Group B, which is aimed at those who have taken, or are about to take, FRCPath Part1.
Sunday 22nd May 2011
1930 - 2230 Trainees' Dinner
At the Restaurant Bar & Grill, 46 - 48 Parliament Street, Harrogate HG1 2RL.
Monday 22nd May 2011
The focus of the training day will be Clinical Cases led by Danielle Freedman and Transforming Pathology Services led by Alan Thorne.
0930 - 1230 Clinical Cases
Led by Danielle Freedman
Dr Danielle Freedman will be bringing her clinical knowledge and experience to this interactive session on clinical cases. This session will be useful for trainees preparing for their FRCPath exams.
1330 - 1630 Transforming Pathology Services
Led by Alan Thorne
The NHS is facing a challenging future with an increasing demand for services but with limited resources. Alan Thorne will bring his experience of change management and staff engagement to the session on Transforming Pathology.
16.30 - 1845 Reception and Annual General Meetings
1715 - 1745 AGM of the Federation of Clinical Scientists
1800 - 1845 AGM of the Association for Clinical Biochemistry
1930 - Late Corporate Members EveningBack to top