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  • IFCC eNews No 9 Sep 2019

    Thursday, September 19, 2019

    IFCC eNews No 9 Sep 2019
    Introducing the September eNews issue, Dr Psarra, IFCC eNews editor welcomes us back to the fascinating lab word. We all look forward to new developments and to keeping pace with them. In this eNews issue you will read out about the work of IFCC committees and workgroups studying advances in lab medicine to make them easy and accessible to colleagues all over the world. Go through the articles and discover what is new, what is worth trying and what we should all know. Discover the people and the societies in order to connect with them. An article on Labtestsonline will explain the present and the future of this important website. And don't forget the congresses and meetings lying ahead. Stay tuned with IFCC, read the eNews!
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  • IFCC-Abbott Visiting Lecturer Programme (VLP)

    Thursday, September 12, 2019

    IFCC-Abbott Visiting Lecturer Programme (VLP)
    The VLP is a Special Project managed by the IFCC Education and Management Division with the generous support of Abbott Diagnostics to provide IFCC members and the healthcare community with education in the field of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine directed at scientific, management and clinical issues.
    The VLP promotes knowledge exchange in laboratory medicine throughout the world supporting international cooperation in educational activities through funding of lectureships on professional, educational and managerial topics. National Societies are invited to apply for a Visiting Lecturer on a specific subject.
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  • The IFCC Establishes a New Working Group on Volatolomics

    Thursday, August 29, 2019

    The IFCC Establishes a New Working Group on Volatolomics
    The IFCC Emerging Technology Division (ETD) is dedicated to providing current awareness for emerging technologies likely to have important clinical diagnostic applications in the near future. The new Working Group on Volatolomics (WG-Vol) focuses on developing technologies and applications for breath analysis or breathomics. While breath analysis is not new, the development of new applications is attractive because this type of testing is non-invasive, applicable to the point-of-care and offers the possibility of real-time clinical management. The broad scope of diagnostic applications under investigation and development ranges from breath glucose testing to testing for different types of cancer.
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