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  • IFCC eNews No 9, October 2018

    Thursday, October 11, 2018
    IFCC eNews No 9, October 2018
    The October issue of eNews is now available. A portrait of Dr Michael Metz, who passed away on 2 October, opens the issue. It is followed by a focus on C-CLM activities: a presentation of the Educational workshop on leadership and management held at PathCape 2018, and C-CLM survey results on laboratory leadership. An obituary for Prof Ian Wootton, the seventh article in a series about the CCTC, and a reflection on migrants, refugees and lab medicine follow. The issue is closed by the latest news from IFCC Federations and National Associations and the calendar of Congresses. Subscribe to the eNews to keep up with current activities and news in the laboratory medicine world!

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  • Diagnóstico in vitro - Octubre 2018

    Monday, October 8, 2018
    Diagnóstico in vitro - Octubre 2018
    Enjoy the contents of the new DIAGNÓSTICO IN VITRO October issue! El Consejo Editorial del DIV ha elaborado para todos un nuevo número de la Revista Diagnóstico in Vitro, con el objeto de mantenerlos informados de los eventos, noticias, artículos científicos y publicaciones que se producen en el ámbito del Laboratorio Clínico.

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  • Vale Michael Metz

    Wednesday, October 3, 2018
    Vale Michael Metz
    The IFCC is deeply sad to announce that Dr Michael Metz passed away around midnight last night at St Andrews hospital (AU). Michael was a major influence in Paediatric Laboratory Medicine internationally through his work with the IFCC TF PLM and ICPLM. A dual fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, he was also valuable contributor to AACB both at the SA/NT Branch, and at National levels. Despite his illness, Michael continued to actively contribute to the AACB RCPAQAP Patient Comments and Sweat Testing Advisory Committees until recently. He was always willing to share his knowledge and will be greatly missed.

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