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Jayne Barmby

General Manager - Clinical Blood Sciences

Based at: St Helier Hospital

Background

Jayne has over 20 years experience in pathology services, having trained with NHS Blood and Transplant before moving into the hospital laboratory environment, specialising in blood transfusion. She was Lead Biomedical Scientist for Blood Transfusion at the Royal London Hospital & St Bartholomew’s before moving to Epsom and St Helier. Jayne has now taken up the role of General Manager for Clinical Blood Sciences at SWLP.

Interests

Jayne’s key areas of interest are continuous improvement of processes and services, adoption of new technology and effective quality management systems. 

Latest news

September 14, 2021

Cellular Pathology services now live with new Laboratory Information Management System

SWLP Cellular Pathology services went live with Winpath Enterprise at 8:30 this morning (14 September). The system has been rolled out for Cellular Pathology across St George’s and Croydon Hospitals.

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September 6, 2021

South West London Pathology and St George’s Hospital shortlisted for HSJ award

South West London Pathology (SWLP) and St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have been shortlisted for a prestigious Driving Efficiency through Technology Health Service Journal (HSJ) award.

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July 15, 2021

A day in the life… Diana Mohanaraja

Find out more about a day in the life of Biomedical Support Worker and soon to be Biomedical Scientist Diana Mohanaraja.

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June 2, 2021

A new study shows that previous Covid-19 infection protects against reinfection even without antibodies

A new study carried out using existing laboratory test data shows that people who had a positive PCR test for Covid-19 but a negative serology test, meaning that they did not produce detectable antibodies, still had a significant amount of protection from reinfection.

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