Access all issues of Scan MagazineSCAN is the BAC magazine, intended for anyone with a role in or an interest in cytology. It is published twice yearly. SCAN is free to all members of the BAC as a paper copy, but electronic copies are available to members by logging into the member’s area, and looking under the Resources page, under Document Library. We are always on the look out for interesting and informative articles or educational material from members. If you have any thoughts or material please email the BAC at firstname.lastname@example.org
The move to primary screening - a British Isles update
ECC 2016 reports
Role of Bomedical Scientists within the provision of a non-gynaecological cytology service
"Sleepless in Seattle"
An investigation of the anticancer properties of thymoquinone using cultured cervical cancer cells
BAC ASM 2015 - report from Liverpool
HPV in the NHC Cervical Screening Programme - response to the PHE screening consultation
Time for a few home truths? A personal viewpoint from Nick Dudding, Consultant Biomedical Scientist
Back to basics: non-gynaecological cytology from Beverley Crossley, Consultant Biomedical Scientist
BAC annual scientific meeting 2015 report from Helen Burrell BAC Executive member
Flaws in the design of diagnostic accuracy studies in cytopathology from Andrew Evered
15th World Congress for Cervical Pathology & Colposcopy from Kay Ellis, BAC Executive member
Cervical Cancer Screening in Denmark, use of HPV technology and the near future from Dr Jesper Bonde
Can HPV Primary Screening reduce cervical cancer incidence and mortality?
Update on Modernising Scientific Careers (MSC)