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Register to the IFCC Live Webinar on 29th September: Quality management of medical test results during the pandemic

Published: Wednesday, September 22, 2021

29th September 2021
Don't miss the next IFCC webinar!

Dear Colleagues,

Next IFCC webinar on "Quality management of medical test results during the pandemic" will be held on 29 Sepbember, 2021.

IFCC has been involved in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic since it began. This has included producing webinars for training and education of laboratory professionals. Laboratory specialists from around the world are involved in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the main challenges remaining include the limited testing capacity for SARS-CoV-2, the professional training of specialists and maintaining quality control during diagnosis, standardisation, prognostication and therapeutic monitoring of patients with COVID-19.

We invite you to participate in this webinar, where the speakers will discuss the topic.

The Webinar will consist of three talks (20 minutes each) and will be followed by the panel discussion. Registrants will be able to ask questions to the presenters.

Chair: Dr Constanta Popa

- "Increasing the testing capacity for SARS-CoV-2 molecular detection by specimen pooling: a practical guide for diagnostic centers" – Dr. Daniel Cruceriu

- "Specialist role in analytical phase of laboratory diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2”  – Dr. Mirela Ahmadi

- "Quality Management - EQC a useful tool for IQC" – Dr. Constanta Popa and Dr. Georgeta Sorescu

Certificate of participation will be provided at the end of this webinar. Please feel free to share this event in your social media with #IFCCLive Webinars.

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  • Schedule: 20 min per speaker plus 20 min panel discussion
  • Time Zones: September 29, 2021 [EDT: 7 AM , CEST: 1 PM, Beijing: 7 PM]
  • Recorded webinar: available on demand
  • Certificate of Participation: available for all registrants

The IFCC Live Webinar Series is partially sponsored by Siemens and Boston Children's Hospital

 

    

 
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