Bitesize Liver webinar series: 30 May – 4th July
Following excellent feedback from attendees last year, we are proud to announce the return of our bitesize liver pathology sessions for a second year. These will take place on Monday afternoons from 4.30-5.30pm, held via zoom. This years' topics have been selected to cover different areas of the field of liver pathology, and are based on delegate feedback from last year.
These one hour webinars are aimed at senior registrars predominantly, but may also be of interest to SAS doctors and consultants who report liver biopsies occasionally as part of their everyday work. The aim is to provide attendees with the opportunity to view example digital slides before each session, followed by case based discussions by an expert in the field. There will also be the opportunity for speakers to provide hints and tips to aid in diagnosis and interpretation, and for delegates to pose questions to the speakers to enhance their understanding.
Delegates are able to sign up for the entire series of 6 sessions, or register for individual weeks. The sessions are due to be recorded and made available to those registered for a period to facilitate anyone who may not be able to attend live.
FULL DAY PROGRAMME: 6 MAY 2022
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Following excellent feedback during our inaugural "Solving the Enigma of the Liver biopsy" course in 2021, for 2022 we have revised the programme, aiming to cover other aspects within the specialty of liver pathology based on delegates feedback (don't worry we'll revisit different topics in future years).
This virtual liver day is aimed at consultant and SAS who report liver biopsies as part of their every day workload, and senior trainees who may wish to enhance their understanding of liver pathology.
This course should provide updates and advancements on areas of liver pathology which can sometimes be found more challenging, focussing predominantly on medical liver, but also briefly touching on neoplastic pathology with regards to the diagnosis of hepatocellular lesions. The invited speakers are all experts within their field. At the end of each session there will be an opportunity for delegates to ask questions to the speakers.