Course Overview

Virtual full day event and bitesize series

To accompany our one day programme "Solving the Enigma of the Liver Biopsy - Virtual Event", a webinar series "Bitesize Liver webinar series" has been added. Detail for both programmes can be found below.

Delegates will have the option to attend the full day programme only, the full day programme plus all the webinar sessions or the option to pick and choose what to attend.

Virtual Liver Event - 14 May 2021

The aim of this 'virtual' liver day is to provide a good grounding for the approach to liver biopsies. It will also facilitate updates of recent practical advancements in liver pathology and the understanding of more common diagnoses to improve a standardised approach to the reporting of liver cases. It is relevant to all those who report liver pathology, at both a senior registrar, SAS and consultant level. 6 CPD points available for this one day course

Bitesize Liver webinar series: 1st June – 5th July

A webinar series of 6 one-hour long sessions to run weekly, starting 1st June 2021. These sessions will have a small number of digital slides made available to view prior to each week. Each session will include discussion through the cases, with experts highlighting any recent advancements in that area, and also providing hints and tips to aid in diagnosis.

View the programme page to see the line up for the full day programme and Bitesize series. 6 CPD points available for this webinar series (1 per webinar).

Important - This event will unfortunately not be recorded.

 

 

Programme - 14 May 2021

Full day programme - 6 CPD Points

Programme - Solving the Enigma of the Liver Biopsy - Virtual Event 
14 May 2021

  • 09:50 Registration 
  • 09:55 Welcome, Dr Ali Winstanley
  • 10:00 Patterns of abnormal LFTs and their differential diagnosis, Professor Matthew Cramp
  • 10.45 Indications for liver biopsy in investigating common medical liver disease, Dr Steve Ryder
  • 11.30 Break 
  • 11.45 Tissue Pathways: An update, Dr Judy Wyatt
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 13.00 Basic patterns of liver damage, Professor Rob Goldin
  • 13:45 Acute vs Chronic liver disease, Dr Sue Davies 
  • 14:30 Break
  • 14:45 Genetic and inherited disease, Dr Rachel Brown 
  • 15:30 Common pitfalls from referral practice, Dr Tim Kendall 
  • 16:15 Final comments, questions
  • 16.30 Close 
Programme - Webinar series

Webinar series - 6 CPD Points for full series

Programme - Bitesize Liver webinar series
1st June – 5th July 2021

A webinar series of 6 one-hour long sessions to run weekly, starting 1st June 2021 and finishing the 5th July.  Delegates can choose to attend all 6 webinar sessions or pick and pay for sessions of interest. 

  • Webinar 1, 4.30pm Tuesday 1st June - Fatty liver disease, Professor Rob Goldin 
  • Webinar 2, 4.30pm Monday 7th June - Chronic biliary disease, Dr Alberto Quaglia
  • Webinar 3, 4.30pm Monday 14th June - Chronic hepatitis - viral & AIH, Dr Chris Bellamy
  • Webinar 4, 4.30pm Monday 21th June - Acute hepatitis including liver failure, Professor Stefan Hubscher
  • Webinar 5, 4.30pm Monday 28th June - Hepatocellular tumours, Paul Kelly
  • Webinar 6, 4.30pm Monday 5th July - Non-hepatocellular tumours, Dr Alyn Cratchley
Delegate Fees

Solving the Enigma of the Liver Biopsy - Virtual Event 14 May 2021

Members £165.00
Non-members £266.00
Concession £88.00 
Concession refers to trainees, BMS, non-consultant Clinical Scientists, retired & nurses.

Bitesize Liver webinar series: 1st June – 5th July 2021

Members £150.00  (all 6 sessions or £25.00 each)
Non-members £300.00  (all 6 sessions or £50.00 each)
Concession £90.00  (all six sessions or £15.00 each)
Concession refers to trainees, BMS, non-consultant Clinical Scientists, retired & nurses.

Please note that an administrative charge of £10.00 will be made on all cancellations and the total registration fee is forfeited if cancelled one working week before the event.

Zoom

ZOOM

This meeting will be held via Zoom. Details of the meeting with accompanied guidance will be sent to attendees before the meeting. We strongly suggest you download Zoom to your computer/laptop to make the most of the meeting, however if this is not possible just simply click on the link provided. To Find out more about Zoom and how it works please visit the website.

Please note: If you experience any problems when connecting to your Zoom meeting, such as lagging or freezing, then this may indicate that there is an issue with your internet connection, or the device you are using. We suggest that you try to move to an area with a more stable connection and then re-join the meeting. We unfortunately will not be able to provide you with a refund or transfer you onto another event if you happen to encounter these problems on the day.