Future CPD activities:
BDIAP/UKLPG Liver Pathology Update Meeting 2018
Will be held on 22 November 2018, 09.00 - 17.00
at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London.
For programme and registration via the BDIAP website
This is the day before this year's BDIAP/BSG symposium which is on Lower GI Pathology, same venue.
Clinico-pathological Correlation in the Diagnosis and Management of Paediatric Liver and Pancreato-biliary Disorders.
7-8th December, King's College Hospital, London.
Meeting programme which includes registration details.
'Liver biopsy in the assessment of medical liver disease'
This course, organised by Prof. Stefan Hübscher, will be delivered for the ninth time in 2019.
The powerpoint presentations and digital slides from the February 2018 meeting are available through the previous liver CPD archive page
The course is designed for general histopathologists and hepatologists.
The course provides a practical diagnostic approach to reporting medical liver biopsies, focusing on the importance of clinico-pathological correlation in assessing common patterns of liver damage.
Recommended for senior trainees in Pathology and Hepatology and consultant histopathologists and gastroenterologists who are regularly involved in liver biopsy assessment (without necessarily working in a Liver Unit).
Histopathology Workshop on Liver Pathology
This course was delivered for the fourth time on Friday 13th April 2018
We anticipate that it will run again in 2019, this time as an optional second day following the course 'Liver biopsy in the assessment of medical liver disease' which it is designed to complement.
This is a virtual slide based workshop, with pre-view of cases followed by presentations, and covers medical liver biopsies and liver tumour pathology.
The virtual slides and powerpoints of the 2018 course are now available on the 'previous CPD' page
British Liver Transplant Group meeting
The liver transplant pathology meeting will be a satellite of British Liver Transplant Group meeting, to be held in York in September 2018. Further details to follow.
These Transplant Pathology meetings are open to pathologists who would like to learn more about transplant pathology but do not work in one of the eight Liver Transplant Centres.
Registration will be via the BASL website