Obtain Free Continuing Education Credit for Reading Peer-Reviewed CLN Mini-Reviews
Point-of-Care or Clinical Lab INR for Anticoagulation Monitoring: Which to Believe?
By Stacy A. Johnson, MD
Newborn Screening in the Age of Genomics: Innovation Versus Evidence
By Carol J. Saunders, PhD, FACMG
Lipoprotein Subfraction Analysis: The Continuing Quest for Improving Cardiovascular Risk Prediction
By Anna Wolska, PhD, and Alan T. Remaley, MD, PhD
AACC designates 0.5 ACCENT® credit hours for the mini-review article in each monthly issue of Clinical Laboratory News. By claiming continuing education credit for this activity, you are affirming that you have read the article in its entirety.
Target Audience: clinical laboratory directors, administrators, managers, and clinical laboratory scientists; anyone involved in the in vitro diagnostics industry or regulatory and business affairs for in vitro diagnostics, hospital administrators.
Learning Objectives: After reading a Clinical Laboratory News mini-review, the readers should be able to describe, based on the content of the article, relevant emerging trends in clinical laboratory management, test utilization, assays and instrumentation; as well as how relevant medical guidelines and patient needs are influencing laboratory medicine.