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THE BSHI DIPLOMA IN HISTOCOMPATIBILITY & IMMUNOGENETICS

The BSHI Diploma in H&I training scheme is a carefully structured, in-service training plan for Healthcare Scientists working in UK and Republic of Ireland   Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics Laboratories. The aim of the Scheme is to provide a solid practical training in the skills necessary to undertake the work in a clinical H&I laboratory and to underpin this with a sound theoretical knowledge base.

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BSHI Diploma Dates and Deadlines 2016

Work Submission Deadline

Application for Viva deadline

Viva Week

25th January 2016

28th March 2016

Week Commencing 25th April 2016

14th July 2016

5th September 2016

Week Commencing 3rd October 2016

Given the reduction in the number of trainees undertaking the BSHI Diploma it is necessary to reduce the number of viva sessions per year. The TDE have agreed that from 2015 onwards vivas will be held in the last week of April and the first week of October each calendar year

 

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Martina Bailey (BSHI Training Administrator)

C/O Executive Business Support Ltd, City Wharf, Davidson Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire,    WS14 9DZ  

 

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