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Benefits of ISO 15189:2022 – An expert guide to adopting the revised standard
In this expert insight into the ISO 15189:2022 revisions, Angela Douglas, MBE, Deputy Chief Scientific Officer for NHS England, will be talking about the revised standard. In particular, she will be focusing on how following this accreditation benefits pathology services, the intention of the revised ISO 15189 standard, what the new terms and conditions are, and what they mean in practice.
This webinar is part of Ideagen's Life Sciences & Healthcare expert series.
Join us to find out more about the revised standard and what it means in practice from industry leaders.
Understand ISO 15189:2022 revision from a leading pathologist’s perspective
The benefits of following an accredited service in healthcare settings
The intention of the revised ISO 15189:2022 standard
New terms and definitions and what they mean for you in practice
Angela Douglas Deputy Chief Scientific Officer NHS England
Angela is a Consultant Clinical Scientist who has worked in the National Health Service (NHS) in genetics for over 38 years. In her role as Deputy Chief Scientific Officer for NHS England, she is partly responsible for the 50,000 healthcare scientists working in the NHS delivering high quality services for patients and people.
In 2016, Angela was commended in the Queen’s 90th birthday honors list as a Member of the Order of the British Empire for her contribution to research and mentoring students. “If I could change one thing, I would ensure that all healthcare science professionals had genomics and genetics included in their training,” says Angela.