- published: 16 Feb 2017
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The Pliosaurus! Exhibition at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery is open from July 2017 - January 2018. The exhibition is partly funded by The Royal College of Pathologist’s Public Engagement Innovation Grant Scheme. Pliosaurus! shows the sheer breadth of pathology, spanning into something Isla Gladstone, the Senior Curator, referred to as paleopathology. Part of the project involved asking Dr Geoffrey Pearson, a veterinary pathologist, to come and have a look at their large pliosaurus skeleton. It transpires that the 150 million year old fossil had many similarities to animals that Jeff sees every day in modern-day veterinary pathology. This short video gives a brief outline of the exhibition, and how it engaged children and members of the public in discovering what pathology is.
In August 2017, In August 2017 the Royal College of Pathologists held their annual Pathology Summer School, giving students the chance to learn about the different pathology specialties, discovering how pathologists prevent, diagnose and treat disease – and how this links to patient care. The careers advice from members of the College “opened up a whole new career path I’d never considered before”, said one of the attendees. Why not join us for our next Pathology Summer School? It’s free! Visit https://www.rcpath.org/discover-pathology/are-you-an-undergraduate-/summer-school.html for more information. Music by Saphheiros. Listen at: https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusic
The Royal College of Pathologists is relocating to a purpose-built new premises on Alie Street, in London, E1. Suzy Lishman, President of the Royal College of Pathologists, and Seamus McFerran, Design Manager from Gilbert-Ash, looked around the new building as it begins to take shape. The project has come a long way, as a result of a lot of hard work from within and outside of the organisation. This short video shows what the premises looks like right now. If you have an enquiry about the College’s relocation, please email email@example.com
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Highlight's from the Royal College of Pathologist's (RCPath) LabSkills Africa conference on improving pathology diagnosis and laboratory medicine in sub-Saharan Africa. The event was held at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel, Uganda during 22-24 September 2015. The event culminated in the LabSkills Africa Recognition Awards (LARA) which celebrated improved performance, innovation and excellence among the 20 public-sector laboratories in five countries chosen involved in the project between 2013 and 2015, Notes: - The project, LabSkills Africa, was a multilevel partnership with: the British Division of the International Academy of Pathology; the College of Pathologists of East, Central and Southern Africa; the East, Central and Southern African Health Community; as well as country partners in K...
The advanced level is only for those who have already taken part in the standard level of training. The training will use the Science Museum 'Lates' event to explore the way science communicators put their ideas into action. Participants will then have the opportunity, in collaboration with specialists from the Science Museum, to develop and present an idea for the Science Museum's July 'Late', which will be themed around the 70th Anniversary of the NHS. For more information on how to apply, visit: https://www.rcpath.org/discover-pathology/events-landing-page/science-communication-training.html
In 2014, BBC Learning created a series of large-scale World War One at Home events which took place throughout the UK. As part of the tour, the Royal College of Pathologists developed a Blood and Bugs activity, set in a replica WW1 Nissen Hut, where visitors took an interactive journey through medical developments from 1914 to 2014 and learned about the contribution that pathology has made in healthcare as a result of the discoveries and innovations that occurred during WW1.
National Pathology Week 2017 ran from 6 to 12 November and promoted 'Pathology in the Community'. The College ran a number of events about pathology in our neighbourhood of Tower Hamlets, engaging school students, political figures, local health representatives and the public. For more information about National Pathology Week: https://www.rcpath.org/discover-pathology/events-landing-page/national-pathology-week.html Music credit: https://soundcloud.com/ehrling
The Ultimate Goal. All rights reserved by Divine Creations Limited. A video highlighting the important role Pathologists have in the diagnosis of disease. This can be downloaded for free from: http://www.divinecreationslimited.com/theultimategoal For more videos about Pathology visit our channel and subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/ilovepathology You can also follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NPWUK Or visit our website: http://www.ilovepathology.org
This video highlights the public engagement programme of the Royal College of Pathologists. Discover the exciting events organised in 2014 to improve understanding of pathology and stimulate interest in the role it plays in healthcare. Find out more about pathology by visiting our website: http://www.ilovepathology.org
The Royal College of Pathologists is hosting the second of an annual workshop series in conjunction with the National Cancer Research Institute’s CM-Path initiative. This workshop will provide key information to pathologists who are keen to get involved in clinical research; to include an introduction to navigating the academic career pathway, quality assurance in clinical trials, statistics and clinical trial design. The training will take place on 9 February 2018. More information about the course and booking can be found here: https://www.rcpath.org/event/clinical-trial-training-for-the-petrified.html Music credit: https://soundcloud.com/ehrling
How we got people to value the importance of pathology by confronting a world without it.