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Future CPD activities:

UK Liver Pathology Group





Monothematic meeting:

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  pdf document symbol which includes registration details.



A Personalised Medicine Approach to Optimise Care in Hepatocellular Cancer

HCC-UK meeting 14-15th March 2019, The Studio, Birmingham.

Programme and details for registration are on the HCC-UK website



Annual course in liver histopathology delivered by the UK Liver Pathology Group

This year our two annual courses will be linked to provide a two-day course of lectures and practical experience in liver pathology.

Delegates have the option of attending either or both of the days.

Registration is via the RCPath website

Day 1 - Liver biopsy in the assessment of medical liver disease

This course, organised by Prof. Stefan Hübscher, will be delivered for the ninth time on April 4th 2019.

Presentations by hepatologists and histopathologists cover the investigation of medical liver diseases.

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.

The programme can be viewed here  pdf document symbol. The histology for cases presented in the afternoon can be pre-viewed via the on line digital slides - most delegates have done this and found it useful.

Day 2 - Histopathology Workshop on Liver Pathology

A practical slide based course which develops the experience of day 1 and also includes sessions on liver tumour pathology. This year the individual slide viewing will be using iPads - delegates may bring their own, or pre-book a hired iPad for the day. Again, the slides will be available on line before the meeting.

This will be the first time that we have used iPads rather than microscopes, based on the good experience with this format at the London Deanery teaching. This makes for a more interactive discussion, and the presenters will be available between the formal presentations to discuss cases with groups of delegates.

  • Day 1 is designed for senior trainees in histopathology and hepatology, and for consultant histopathologists and gastroenterologists who are regularly involved in liver biopsy assessment (without necessarily working in a Liver Unit).
  • Day 2 is for histopathologists - senior trainees and consultants who want a day of practical CPD in diagnostic liver pathology.
  • Both days are hosted by the Royal College of Pathologists; this will be one of the first meetings in their new building at 6 Alie Street, London E1 8QT.


Joint meeting of the Pathological Society and BDIAP - Harrogate, July 2019

The Hepatobiliary session will be on Wednesday 3rd July. Abstract deadline: 20th March 2019.



British Liver Transplant Group meeting

The liver transplant pathology meeting will be a satellite of British Liver Transplant Group meeting, to be held in Glasgow in September 2019. 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



UKLPG Annual Lver Update Meeting Thursday - November 6th 2019

This meeting will be held in Cambridge, local organser Dr Sue Davies.

As usual, it will be followed by the BSG Pathology Section winter meeting on GI pathology on Firday 8th November.

Save the date - Further information to follow.