Digital & Interpretive EQA | UK NEQAS Webinars

Digital & Interpretive EQA | UK NEQAS WebinarsThis September, United Kingdom National External Quality Assessment Service (UK NEQAS) will once again be delivering a series of free to attend pan-disciplinary webinars. The theme this year will be Digital & Interpretive EQA. With Covid-19 social restrictions still in place for many of us, the Digital & Interpretive EQA webinars have been designed to bring experts in this field into your own laboratory (or whatever space you now call ‘work’). All four sessions will be broadcast live on Zoom each Monday throughout the whole of September.

What topics will the webinars cover? 

More information, including the full programme will be announced very soon. But for now, we are delighted to announce that, opening the series on Monday 6th September 2021 will be Professor Jo Martin, who will be providing an overview of digital and interpretive pathology. Subsequent sessions will include: the use of digital and interpretive pathology in UK NEQAS EQA; current use of digital and interpretive pathology in the UK and overseas; the future of digital and interpretive pathology; and accreditation.

How will the Digital & Interpretive EQA webinar sessions run?

Each webinar will run for 60 minutes and will include time at the end of each presentation for delegates to participate in a live Q&A session with the guest speaker. Certificates of attendance will be provided to registered delegates who attend, and once the whole series has concluded, a recording of the webinar sessions will be uploaded to an online platform which attendees will be notified of.

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