RCPath celebrates National Pathology Week

This week The Royal College of Pathologists is celebrating National Pathology Week (NPW) - its annual celebration of pathology, highlighting the important contribution pathologists make to healthcare.

Working in partnership with pathologists and laboratory scientists, the programme of events and activities aims to engage people of all ages, and improve public awareness and understanding of how pathologists and scientists diagnose disease. 

National Pathology Week 2023 is running from 19 – 25 June. This year the celebrations have been moved from November to June to coincide with the College's anniversary on 21 June. The theme this year is 'Pathologists and Patients'.

The RCPath is celebrating 75 years of the NHS as part of this, and highlighting the essential work pathologists,  biomedical and clinical scientists do to help patients. Across the week it will showcase career options across the 17 specialties and engage young people in activities with RCPath members to inspire the next generation.

Learn more at: https://www.rcpath.org/discover-pathology/events-landing-page/national-pathology-week.html


Activities led by RCPath include:

Share your NPW photos on Twitter by tagging @RCPath and using the hashtags #PathologyWeek and #PathologistsAndPatients.


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