The CliniSys national conference returned to The Belfry after a two-year hiatus to debate the big challenges facing the NHS and its pathology services. Matthew Fouracre reports.
After two COVID-19-affected years, the CliniSys national conference was held at The Belfry on two hot, sunny days in June. “We’re back, we made it,” said chief executive Richard Craven, as he welcomed a record 301 delegates to the 23rd edition of the event, which unites the leading thinkers about pathology with the technology that will guide its future. “Even a rail strike couldn’t stop us getting back here again.”
Conference delegates had a packed schedule starting with a day of keynote sessions that focused on the big challenges facing the NHS and its laboratory services as they emerge from the pandemic, and on the major initiatives set up to address them.
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