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Wandsworth GP event

In July, Dr Frances Boa (Consultant Clinical Scientist, Clinical Blood Sciences) and Dr Leslie Perry (Consultant Clinical Scientist, Clinical Blood Sciences), led a pathology education session for GPs in Wandsworth on hormone testing. The session was organised by Wandsworth CCG.

Feedback from GPs that attended the event was very positive:

“Excellent presentations by Dr Frances Boa and Dr Les Perry. I liked the images and narrative around new pathology services.”

“Presentation was case based and reflected the kind of GP queries that pathology gets.”

“Good summaries and case studies.”

“Table arrangements encouraged GPs to chat about cases.”

“Good forum for questions and answers.”

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