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Here you will find details of externally held meetings.

Please note these meetings are not endorsed by but have been submitted to & approved for submission by the BDIAP Council.

All entries will have details on how to book or details on how to contact the meeting organiser for further information.

Future Events

Pathology Alliance NHS Engagement Webinar Sessions #TestingMehods2020, taking place fortnightly from April to July 2020. These webinars are now taking place monthly from Tuesday 23 June 2020. Further details here

Adult Cardiovascular Pathology Course 2020, will take place at St George's University of London. Now postponed to Thursday 17 and Friday 18 June 2021. Further details here

Switching from Warfarin to DOAC During Pandemic, the first part of a four-parts webinar series hosted by The Royal Society of Medicine, taking place on Wednesday 9 September 2020. Further details here.

COVID-19 Associated Hypercoagulability and Venous Thromboembolism, the second part of a four-parts webinar series hosted by The Royal Society of Medicine, taking place on Monday 14 September 2020. Further details here.

Association of Breast Pathology Online Conference, an online event taking place on Friday 9 October 2020. Further details here

SARS CoV 2: Emergence to Impact, a two-parts webinar series hosted jointly by The Royal Society of Medicine and their Comparative Medicine Network, taking place on Monday 19 October and Tuesday 20 October 2020. Further details here.

BIVDA Expo 2020, a virtual Tradeshow taking place on Tuesday 10 November - Thursday 12 November 2020. Further details to be announced.  

Harvard Medical School Pathology Courses 2020, various courses available throughout 2020. Further details here.

Soft tissue tumours from infants to young adults: the age matters, is taking place on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 January 2021 organised by The Royal College of Pathologists. Further details here

TRIG Programme. Training Residents in Genomics (TRIG) Programme, a popular and valuable course for pathologists. Further details here.