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Michael Legg joins Pathology Horizons 2017

Cirdian are pleased to announce that Michael Legg will be joining our speaker panel at the Pathology Horizons Conference from 10-12th August in Cairns, Australia.

As a Consultant Health Informatician, Michael Legg is an expert on organisational systems and informatics. With this wide knowledge base, he is focusing his talk on – “Why advances In Biology and Informatics should bring Pathology and Radiology together into a combined diagnostics discipline”.

He is interested in the extent of diagnostic error and how poor diagnosis can be harmful to patient satisfaction. He believes combining radiology and pathology is an integral part to improve this, in addition, being good for politics and business reasons. He believes this merger between the two disciplines is inevitable but needs to be better managed.

To register your interest in attending and to request a copy of the conference programme (when it becomes available) contact Elaine at earmstrong@cirdan.com..




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