Experience the best of the 2019 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo with these recordings of the meeting’s scientific sessions. The recordings cover relevant topics that encompass the breadth of advancements in laboratory medicine, from new approaches to analytical challenges to emerging technologies and testing methods. They are perfect for anyone who was not able to attend or for attendees who would like to revisit their favorite sessions.
Additionally, we have extended the length of time that the session recordings will be available. Once you purchase access, you can now view them an unlimited number of times through November 30, 2020. Now that the 2020 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting has been postponed until December, we want to ensure that laboratory medicine professionals still have access to the high quality educational content they need, especially as labs grapple with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After you have purchased the 2019 recordings, access them here.
What do the recordings include?
The 2019 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting session recordings include audio and presentation slides from most of the conference’s scientific sessions and are accessible as streaming content (not as a download).
You can view the full list of sessions here whose speakers agreed to be included in the recordings as of August 4, 2019.
Highlights of the recordings include sessions in the following dynamic areas of laboratory medicine practice:
33219 - Interactive Pain Management Case Studies: Clinician and Laboratory Perspectives
11002 - Consumer Genomics, Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing, and Patient Empowerment
33223 - Quality Indicators that Determine the Performance of NGS Assays in Precision Oncology
32107 - Data Science and AI in Laboratory Medicine: What You Should Know Now and Will Need to Know in the Future
33220 - Learning from Predictions: What We Need to Know about Machine Learning
33216 - Breaking Down Gender from Cis to Trans
32102 - The Quest for Laboratory Quality through Competency Assessment
32433 - Sepsis: Novel Biomarkers, New Technology, and Predictive Analytics
192009 - Maximizing the Impact and Value of Laboratory Automation: Lessons Learned from Clinical Chemistry and Microbiology
33218 - Worldwide Challenges in POCT - A Focus on Molecular POCT
32218 - Racing Against Time: Point-of-Care Testing in Mobile Health Settings
32106 - Predicting and Diagnosing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Are We Making Progress?