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.

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The College starts 2023 with an issue of the Bulletin that highlights the achievements gained by pathologists in response to the many challenges faced by the discipline today. Featured in this issue are articles on the progression of digital pathology, the outbreak of monkeypox (mpox), the blood culture pathway and the October 2022 blood shortage in England. Also included are celebrations of the work of the UK Transfusion Laboratory Collective and NHS Blood and Transplant’s new Chief Scientific Officer. 

This issue features articles on the diagnostic pathology archive project, BRAIN UK, and we round-up our Diamond Jubilee year with an overview of all the fantastic events that took place around the UK. We also summarise the events of our first hybrid conference for International Pathology Day 2022, which was a great opportunity to reflect on how the College has evolved its international activities over the last 60 years. 

In his editorial, Professor Mike Osborn covers the recent membership engagement tour, noting the important lessons that are critical for supporting the needs of our members. The President also highlights important advocacy work the College is undertaking with policymakers and healthcare leaders and congratulates our members who have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours List. 

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