Diagnostics Testing Conference on Disease Prevention, Infection control and AMR

June 11th 2020-Virtually


The Diagnostic & Testing virtual conference for 2020 is an inspiring event examining the role of both molecular and rapid diagnostics in tackling disease, infection and reducing the impact of COVID-19 within our communities and hospitals. The virtual conference will explore how health professionals, academics and industry are driving diagnostic and testing usage within laboratories, pharmacies and community practice.

The conference builds on the UK Diagnostics Summit held annually in London and will discuss how diagnostics and testing are tackling COVID-19, the technology in development, accuracy of COVID-19 tests as well as exploring current testing methods for cancer, diabetes, sepsis, urinary tract infections and HAI’S. This is a must attend event, targeted to those who are responsible for managing the smarter delivery of diagnostics services and determining precise diagnosis for their patients.

Why attend?

The Summit will provide information for health professionals including:

  • How diagnostics can achieve healthier patient outcomes
  • The role of Metagenomics for infectious disease diagnosis
  • How diagnostics supports more informed decisions about diagnosis
  • How diagnostics can enhance patient experience and empower decision making
  • Pathology consolidation
  • How diagnostics fit within a patient care pathway
  • The role of digital pathology and AI
  • How to develop a business case for diagnostics
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View slides from the 2019 Conference

Who will attend?

Laboratory managers

Medical microbiology / infection control staff

Pathology Service Managers

Pathology IT Managers

Quality Managers

Infection Prevention & Control Directors

Infection & Prevention Nurses


PoCT Managers

PocT Coordinators

Pathology IT Managers

Pathology Service Managers

Pathology Quality Managers

PoCT Clinical Leads

Genetic/Molecular Clinical Leads

Operations Directors

Medical Directors

Cancer Service Managers