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Veterinary Pathology Virtual Pub Quiz for undergraduates

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If you're studying veterinary science get a team together for our virtual pathology pub quiz - we've got lots of prizes to be won!

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Discover the fascinating world of pathology in the fun of a pub quiz format, from the comfort of your own home.

Teams of up to six undergraduates studying veterinary science (or similar) are invited to join in our National Pathology Week online quiz event.

With a range of questions gathered from RCPath members who work in a variety of different pathology areas, the event gives you the chance to test your knowledge of animal disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Even if you’re in the early stage of your degree, there’ll be questions to suit all levels of background knowledge, including a picture round and a pathology-themed music round.

Points mean prizes!

The team with the highest score will win a £100 voucher for a popular online retailer to share. There will also be spot prizes for the most creative team name.

To put a team forward for this event, all team members will need to register individually but make sure you all agree on a team name in advance, as you’ll be asked for this when you register.

You'll need to find a way to communicate with team mates during the quiz (e.g. WhatsApp) if you're not all in the same room as we won't be using breakout rooms.

Note this event will be held on Zoom Meeting - a link will be sent to attendees shortly before the event.

If you have questions about this event email the public engagement team at: publicengagement@rcpath.org.

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Organiser The Royal College of Pathologists

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The Royal College of Pathologists is a charity with over 11,000 members worldwide, which include those from cellular pathology, haematology, clinical biochemistry and medical microbiology. Although some pathologists work in laboratories, many work directly with patients in hospitals and the community. Together they are involved in over 70% of all diagnoses, as well as playing an important role in disease prevention, treatment and monitoring.

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