Published: 21 January 2019
Category: Meetings
Meetings

There are so many great ways to learn and increase your CPD portfolio these days: You can read books, listen to podcasts, watch how-to videos, attend webinars, take part in ‘in-house’ training, just to name a few. Why bother with the time and expense of attending BSTP events?

 Here are 7 reasons why you should attend events organised by the BSTP:

  1. Meet the speakers face to face and benefit from their experience
  2. Networking opportunities with your peers
  3. Learning in a new space to increase your knowledge on the subject matter
  4. Break out of your comfort zone to learn something new
  5. Invest in yourself to improve your employment opportunities
  6. Increased knowledge will help when sitting examinations
  7. The topics covered in these events are unlikely to be repeated

CES 1: Toxicology and Pathology
Tuesday 26th - Thursday 28th March 2019
Department of Pathology, Cambridge, UK

Approximately 17 hours of educational activity will be recorded on the Attendance Certificates
Royal Society of Biology CPD credits will be applied for.

Registration for this symposium is now open

The aim of the second round of Continuing Education Symposiums is to continue providing an interactive environment to enhance your knowledge in the field of toxicological, discovery, clinical, experimental or veterinary pathology. The Continuing Education Symposiums are designed to refresh participants’ knowledge and understanding of core principles, as well as discuss any important recent advances. The BSTP Continuing Education Symposiums will also focus on specific organ systems.

This Continuing Education Symposium will provide an intermediate level overview of Toxicology and Pathology, how it integrates with other disciplines and with various phases of drug development and how pathology data is interpreted and communicated (for instance with clinicians and regulatory authorities). Topics to be covered include (but are not limited to): advanced pathology techniques, integration of histopathology and clinical pathology data, animal models in drug discovery, case studies of adverse/non-adverse pathology findings, use of pathology data for risk assessment.

The format will include presentations, case histories and active participation of delegates. The Continuing Education Symposium will be of 3 days duration and the programme is arranged such that each individual day can be attended as stand-alone CPD event if desired.

To reserve a place or if you would like further information about this symposium, please contact the BSTP Secretariat –

Keep checking the website for more information:
http://www.bstp.org.uk/events/ces-1-toxicology-and-pathology/


CES 2: Liver
Tuesday 9th - Thursday 11th July 2019
Department of Pathology, Cambridge, UK

Approximately 17 hours of educational activity will be recorded on the Attendance Certificates
Royal Society of Biology CPD credits will be applied for.

Registration for this symposium will open in spring 2019

The aim of the Continuing Education Symposium is to provide an interactive environment to enhance your knowledge in the field of toxicological, discovery, clinical, experimental or veterinary pathology. The Continuing Education Symposiums are designed to refresh participants’ knowledge and understanding of core principles, as well as discuss any important recent advances.

This Continuing Education Symposium will provide an intermediate level overview on the Liver covering both theory and practical classes including INHAND, rodent and non-rodent liver pathology and risk assessment as well as reviewing challenges with current research models.

The format will include presentations, case histories and active participation of delegates. The Continuing Education Symposium will be of 3 days duration and the programme will be arranged such that each individual day can be attended as stand-alone CPD if desired.

To reserve a place or if you would like further information about this symposium, please contact the BSTP Secretariat –

Keep checking the website for more information:
http://www.bstp.org.uk/events/ces-2-liver/


Dates for other events organised by the BSTP

November 2019 34th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM
March/April 2020 CES 3 - Respiratory System
July 2020 CES 5 - Male Reproductive System
November 2020 35th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM
March/April 2021 CES 5 - Female Reproductive System
July 2021 CES 6 - Infectious diseases in laboratory animals
November 2021 36th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM
March/April 2022 CES 7 - Nervous System
July 2022 CES 8 - Urinary System
November 2022 37th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM
March/April 2023 CES 9 - Digestive System
July 2023 CES 10 - Cardiovascular System
November 2023 38th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM
March/April 2024 CES 11 - Endocrine System
July 2024 CES 12 - Urinary System
November 2024 39th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM
March/April 2025 CES 13 - Lymphoid & Haematopoietic Systems
July 2025 CES 14 - Musculoskeletal System & Skin
November 2025 40th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM

The order of the CES will depend on the availability of high-quality speakers who are world experts in their particular field to present at the relevant meeting.

For more information on any of these meetings, keep checking the website - http://www.bstp.org.uk/events or contact the BSTP Secretariat -


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Last Updated: 21 January 2019