Bulletin

The Bulletin is the College's quarterly professional membership magazine. We cater for the interests of our diverse readership, provoking discussion and comment on topics that range across the 17 specialties of pathology.

The latest Bulletin is now available digitally, giving you greater flexibility in how you access it and related content.

The latest issue of the Bulletin focuses on many aspects of organ donation and transplantation, from the impact of COVID-19, to Max and Keira’s milestone law, the UK Living Kidney Sharing Scheme – and much more.

International Pathology Day is fast-approaching on 11 November and there is still time to get involved. This year’s virtual event explores ways of managing COVID-19 and casts an inquiring eye over infectious global outbreaks of the past. Kelley Price, our International Education Officer, provides more details in her article.

Our small is beautiful section shines the spotlight on dermatopathology, and forensic medicine and pathology. Elsewhere, we look at point-of-care COVID testing in Berkshire, direct patient access to lab results and the career pathway towards chemical pathology. President Elect Dr Mike Osborn discusses his aspirations for the College and his vision for pathology in an interview with our Bulletin editor.

This issue is Professor Jo Martin’s final Bulletin as President and she reflects on her time in the role, the achievements of the College and gives thanks for the continuing fantastic work of the pathology community.

Please click on the image below for all of the above plus more news, features and reviews.