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Preparing clinical laboratories to mitigate the spread of the Ebola virus and safeguard healthcare professionals requires care and diligence. To keep laboratorians current on best practices for testing potential Ebola patients, AACC has compiled a list of informational resources on the disease for your reference.
In October’s CLN, find out what laboratorians need to know about the 2012 KDIGO Clinical Practice Guideline, which introduces new recommendations for laboratory testing and interpretation, including evaluation of albuminuria.
In AACC’s latest free Thought Leadership Course, AACC President-Elect Patricia M. Jones, PhD, DABCC, FACB, discusses how your lab can play a consultative role in the interpretation of newborn screening tests and how to improve newborn screening interpretation processes and follow up testing. CE credit is offered for all participants.
Join AACC in Orlando, Florida on December 4–5 for Laboratory Automation: Smart Strategies, Successful Outcomes. Our expert faculty will discuss the tips, strategies, and new technologies you’ll need to keep your lab automation projects on the road to success. Register by November 14 to receive an early-bird discount.
With this online AACC certificate program, learn and review the principles of good statistical quality control (QC), including tips for establishing QC parameters, reviewing your data, detecting errors, when to measure QC samples, and more. Enroll today and earn 10 CE credits.