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  • WORLDLAB Seoul 2021 Has Been Rescheduled

    Friday, September 25, 2020

    WORLDLAB Seoul 2021 Has Been Rescheduled
    The IFCC Executive Board, in consultation with the Korean Society of Clinical Chemistry and MZ Organising Secretariat, has arrived at the difficult and undesired decision to reschedule the upcoming WORLDLAB Congress to 2022 because of the uncertainties and the revolving scenarios with regards to COVID-19 in the coming months, including major international travel restrictions.
    The 24th International Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine will now be held on 26-30 June 2022.
    The venue remains the same: the Coex Convention and Exhibition Center in SEOUL, South Korea.
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  • On Demand content is now available for the IFCC Live Webinar Series – Fall 2020 September 23, 2020 IFCC COVID-19 Guidelines

    Thursday, September 24, 2020

    On Demand content is now available for the IFCC Live Webinar Series – Fall 2020 September 23, 2020 IFCC COVID-19 Guidelines

  • IFCC eNews No 9 September 2020

    Thursday, September 10, 2020

    IFCC eNews No 9 September 2020
    In this issue, our President Prof. Khosrow Adeli is discussing with all of you the IFCC strategic plan, new taskforces are announced, the first series of LIVE IFCC webinars will be starting in September.
    Most of you have met Prof. Donald S. Young, who passed away recently. The entire IFCC community mourns his passing. His life is a perfect example of somebody dedicated to our job but, at the same time, to LIFE itself. He will be missed as Prof. Peter Wilding writes in his excellent article.
    Two interesting opinion articles on the new “meetings world” in the pandemic times are presented in this issue. Go through them: What do you think of the virtual meetings? Are face-to-face meetings necessary? Are they valuable? Shall we live in a virtual world?
    Take notice and respond, please, to the call for manuscript submission for a thematic eJIFCC issue on “Measurably better Healthcare.” If you wish to understand better the meaning of this title, go through the conversation with the eJIFCC issue editors Dr. Ellie Dow and Dr. Tim James about leading healthcare excellence.
    “A dose of AI in developing vaccines at pandemic speed." What a title! Dr. Bernard Gouget is offering a lot of exciting information on AI use in vaccine development.
    Keep healthy dear colleagues! And do try to entertain yourselves!
    Read and distribute the eNews to your colleagues to keep up with news and current activities around the laboratory medicine world!
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