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Progressing your Microbiology Service

Start Date:
Wednesday, 18 May, 2016
End Date:
Wednesday, 18 May, 2016 4:40pm
Oncology, Immunology, Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine, Gynecology, Family Practice, Headache / Migraine, Allergy

This unique day has been designed for Microbiology Leads to come together and share their experience. This friendly and interactive seminar will look at the impact of automation on the workforce, review cost and patient effective laboratory management strategies, explore methods to seamlessly connect IT solutions and share ideas for further cost efficiencies without impacting on your quality. Key learning outcomes Attend this practical microbiology seminar day and work through some of the common issues being experienced by NHS Microbiology Labs, network with your colleagues from across the country and use the day to:Review strategies for managing the impact of automation on your workforceShare best practice to integrate new technologyUnderstand methods to ensure seamless data transitionOvercome the challenges of an integrated systemExamine how collaborating with other labs can work for youFocus on the quality versus cost conundrumTake away an action plan to effect in your organisation


Neville Street,

Organizer Details

Conference organized by SBK: Leading Events in Healthcare

SBK Healthcare is the leading provider of service delivery conferences, seminars and workshops for managers, nurses and clinicians working in the NHS.

10 Churchill Square, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent. ME19 4YU
01732 897788

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