What do we do?
- Provide a reliable analytical service.
- Advise on the management of patients with biochemical and metabolic disturbances.
- Have direct responsbility for outpatients seen in specialist metabolic clinics and national outpatient programmes.
Please see the School of Pathology homepage the Training Programme Director contact details.
Training Programme Structure
|Stage||Length of Stage||Trainee Requirments||Objectives|
|STAGE A||12 months||To understand the basic prinicipals of Chemical Pathology||
|STAGE B||13-36 months||
The trainee will have good general knowledge and understanding of most principles and practices under indirect supervision. He/she should be able to deal with most of the day-to-day issues in a hospital Chemical Pathology laboratory to an adequate level but will still require consultant input with regard to complex management and clinical issues.
|STAGE C||25-48 months||
Specialised General Chemical Pathology Training
This stage of training will in part be summative, assessed by the FRCPath Part 2 examination
The ARCP process will be undertaken at least once each year (interim reviews at more frequent intervals may be arranged if necessary). A panel chaired by the Training Programme Director will evaluate evidence submitted by the trainee in support of achieving competences consistent with his/her stage of training.
The HENW North West Admin team will be in contact with the requirments within 12 weeks of the ARCP panel taking place.
Page last updated 30/07/2019