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23 November

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Programme

23 November
Day One

A rundown of the sessions on Day One

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Speakers

Day One

David Wells

Chief Executive of IBMS 

As Chief Executive of the Institute of Biomedical Science and former Head of Pathology NHS England, David has been at the forefront of the pandemic in the UK. He was responsible for expanding NHS testing capacity from 2,000 tests per day in early March 2020 to 25,000 tests per day by the end of April and then facilitated delivery of the Ministerial commitment of 100,000 PCR tests per day. David has also been an advisory voice to senior NHS leaders, ministers, and government.

Day One

Sheri Scott

Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science, Nottingham Trent University 

Sheri Scott is a Senior Lecturer and course leader for the IBMS accredited BSc Applied Biomedical Science at Nottingham Trent University. 
Sheri joined academia in January 2018 after a career covering 22 years working in Clinical Biochemistry in NHS laboratories. As a HCPC registered Biomedical Scientist professional and Chartered Scientist, Sheri is an advocate for continual professional development and champions for sustainability. 
As part of her academic and professional practice roles, she leads on the delivery of pre and post registration training, assessment, and qualifications on behalf of the university and the IBMS.

Day One

Dr David Ricketts

Head of Laboratory Process Improvement, Health Services Laboratories

Dr David Ricketts DBMS currently works as head of process improvement for Health Service Laboratories in central London, which is part of the wider Sonic Healthcare group and is the managing director of his own Consultancy firm, in which capacity he is speaking today. David chairs the TC212 mirror committee and is head of delegation for the UK on the international TC212 committee. David has experience in writing standards and was the project lead on ISO22870, on the drafting team of the new ISO15189 as well as being involved in many other standards including ISO22367. David has written many expert commentaries for British Standards. The commentaries are designed to explain the changes in the new version of ISO standards and explain how to use them in the laboratory setting, ISO22367 and ISI15190 (safety) are two recent commentaries.

David has a strong background in laboratory process improvement and links this to the needs of compliance with ISO requirements.

Day One

Bamidele Farinre

Consultant BMS

Bamidele Farinre, HCPC registered, Chartered Scientist (CSci), BSc, MSc, Fellow IBMS is recognised as being one of the top advocates for biomedical science. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Bamidele led the Mobile Processing Unit Vans project (MPUV) as the Chief Biomedical Scientist (Scientific Lead) for the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSE/UKHSA). She was also the Training and Development Lead (Covid-19 Mobile Processing Units (MPUs) at the London Medical Lab (LML). 
Some of Bamidele’s accomplishments included the winner of Biomedical Scientist of the Year award, sponsored by the Institute of Biomedical Science in the UK Advancing Healthcare Awards 2022 and the overall winner! Winner of ‘WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards 2022! Science and Engineering category. In recognition of her leadership role, Bamidele was elected as Honorary Fellow of the UK Academy of Healthcare Science (AHCS) in 2022.

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16.30-16.55

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17.00-17.20

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17.25-17.45

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17.50-18.10

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