Federation Pensions and Pay Info

The regional Federation Rep (Dr Emma Lewis) has added new information about the current Pay and Pensions negotiatons, with links to the relevant sources.

Please check our the 'Federation of Clinical Scientists' section for further details.

 

2012 Autumn Audit Meeting at Birchwood

The Autumn North West ACB Regional Audit Meeting will be held on Monday 29th October 2012 at the Birchwood Park Conference Centre, Warrington.

Lunch and registration will be 12-1 pm.

The meeting programme can be found here, and a map for directions here.

 


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Chorley Meeting talks available

PDF handouts of the presentations given at the recent Sumer ACB NW meeting at Chorley, can now be can now be found in the Members Area of the site.  Please login to access these materials.

 

Lecturer Postion available at Manchester University

Manchester University have secured funding for a lecturer/senior lecturer to support the MSc Clinical Biochemistry and MSc Clinical Science (Blood Sciences).

The advert should be live on the University website by 25th July 2012. 

The position would suite a time-served clinical biochemist who is interested in persuing a predominantly academic rather than service based career. The successful applicant would be allowed time to keep their skills honed and knowledge up to date by attending the service labs.

Further details can be found here.

secured funded for a lecturer/senior lecturer to support the MSc Clinical Biochemistry and MSc Clinical Science (Blood Sciences) the advert should go live on the University website today or early next week. If you know of anyone who might be interested the job description is attached. If not please spread the word. The position would suite a time-served clinical biochemist who is interested in persuing a predominantly academic rather than service based career. The successful applicant would be allowed time to keep their skills honed and knowledge up to date by attending the service labs .

NPY Meet the Scientist Day at MOSI

Pathologists from across Greater Manchester descended on the Museum of Science and Industry on the 23rd June for Diagnosis Manchester.

Members of the public were able to diagnose gruesome bacterial infections through a microscope, diabetes using blood and urine testing and Down's syndrome by pairing chromosomes.  Felt tip chromatography helped to explain drug testing at the Olympics. Visitors were also able to learn about organs in the body and find out about allergy testing. Encouraged by a typically damp Manchester day, approximately 350 people participated in the event, leaving with a better understanding of the science behind the diagnosis.

 

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