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|Critical and Point-of-Care Testing: Real World and Emerging Applications for Improved Clinical Outcomes|
September 18, 2014
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|CVD Risk Prediction: The Evolving Role of Laboratory Testing|
September 18, 2014
CVD Risk Prediction: The Evolving Role of Laboratory Testing is part of the AACC 2014 Clinical Chemistry webinar series. In light of new AHA/ACC cholesterol management guidelines released in 2013, what role should lab testing play...
|Taking a Data-Driven Approach to Solving Common Pre-analytical Problems|
September 23, 2014
Today, clinical labs continue to feel the pressure to save costs by reducing errors. Since 50%-75% of lab errors occur in the pre-analytical phase of testing, process improvement in this phase of testing is of interest to almost every lab. Efforts are...
|Developing a Plan for Specimen Management and Testing of Patients with Emerging Viruses|
October 07, 2014
News of the worsening Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa has put labs in the U.S. on alert. How would your lab manage specimens from and test suspected Ebola virus patients? With so many tests now available on point-of-care instruments, would you...
|Mass Spectrometry in the Clinical Lab: Best Practices and Current Applications|
October 09, 2014
St. Louis, MO
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AACC is pleased to extend student pricing for this event to qualified undergraduate and graduate students engaged in full-time academic studies; fellows; and...
|Celiac Disease: Advances in Diagnosis and Testing|
October 14, 2014
Experts estimate that even though celiac disease affects 1 in 133 people in the U.S., only about 1 in 4,700 are being diagnosed with the disorder. Celebrities who have talked about their diagnoses are raising consumer awareness of the symptoms of...
|Personalized Diagnostics Today|
October 28, 2014
In the decade since the human genome map was completed, researchers made tremendous strides in identifying genetic biomarkers that can detect disease earlier, faster and more accurately. New fields of medicine (most of which end in "omics")...
|Progress and Challenges in Antiphospholipid Antibody Testing|
November 11, 2014
Progress and Challenges in Antiphospholipid Antibody Testing is part of the 2014 Clinical Chemistry Series of webinars. Because of the unique challenges of antiphospholipid testing and results interpretation of results, clinical labs...
|Trends in Flow Cytometry|
December 02, 2014
Trends in Flow Cytometry is part of the 2014 Seattle Children’s Hospital Series of webinars. Flow cytometry is part of a rapidly developing new generation of high-precision testing methods. Attend this webinar to learn the state-of-the-art...
|Laboratory Automation: Smart Strategies, Successful Outcomes|
December 04, 2014
Clinical laboratories both big and small have realized the benefits of automating test systems: streamlined operations, relief from staffing shortages, improved patient care, an edge over the competition. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the...
|Current Issues in Laboratory Testing for Rheumatoid Arthritis|
December 09, 2014
Current Issues in Laboratory Testing for Rheumatoid Arthritis is part of the 2014 Clinical Chemistry Series of webinars. What do third-generation anti-CCP, anti-CARP and anti-biological therapeutic immunoassays have to offer...