Pathology Information User Group (PINUG) review

Closed 8 Sep 2017

Opened 19 Jul 2017


As you may be aware, the Pathology Informatics National User Group (PINUG) was formed mid-2016; the purpose of the group being to make recommendations to the Advisory group with regards what national pathology products and services are deemed fit for purpose for release and use in day-to-day operations. Members are encouraged to discuss changes and associated impact, alongside make recommendations which can be presented to the Programme board.

We are keen to understand how effectively the PINUG allows members to meet these objectives, and consider alternative methods of communication.

The survey takes approximately 5 minutes to complete and your thoughts and opinions are most appreciated.



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