Thursday 11 February is International Women in Science day. To mark the event we are introducing Sarah Cooper who is the new Regional Lead Healthcare Scientist for NHS England and NHS Improvement South West. As a Chief Cardiac Scientist at Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust, we hear what the day means to her and the importance of celebrating women in the profession.
The use of genomics within healthcare is expanding, moving out of specialist areas and into routine care through the introduction of the Genomic Medicine Service in England (GMS).
We are pleased to announce new funding support for Institute members undertaking IBMS/RCPath histopathology qualifications.
Joint statement by IPEM and the National School of Healthcare Science: Imaging with non-ionising radiation speciality
After a lengthy consultation regarding the best route forward for our Scientist Training Programme Specialty 'Imaging with Non-ionising Radiation' we have jointly issued a statement with IPEM detailing the outcome. You can read this below.
Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, so we sat down with Lisa Ayers the HSST Training Programme Director here at the National School of Healthcare Science to hear all about her journey through science
Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, so we sat down with Jane Lynch the STP Training Programme Director here at the National School of Healthcare Science to hear all about her journey through science