The 7th annual Clinical Diagnostics & Research conference is now On Demand! This premiere venue discusses the latest advances in clinical diagnostics, research and medicine. The conference has proven to be a great success in disseminating knowledge and encouraging collaboration and connections between colleagues. View this conference at no charge, at any time!
Clinical Diagnostics & Research 2016 features informative presentations from keynote speakers and experts including; Dr. Scott Weiss, Dr. William Clarke, Dr. Ravinder Singh, Dr. Damian Grusom, and Dr. Lee Schroeder. Check out the virtual conference to view these and other great speakers at your convenience.
Watch this video to learn more about this year's exciting conference!
Our virtual conference allows you to participate in a global setting with no travel or cost to you. You can participate in exactly those parts which you are interested in and be back at your desk or bench in an instant. Virtual events remove time and place restrictions and ensure that everyone who wants to participate can do so.
Clinical Diagnostics & Research 2016 covers topics including:
FDA Regulation in Clinical Labs from a laboratory perspective, an FDA perspective, and other regulations and international standards
Precision Medicine Symposium with a basic research update, focus on clinical utility and application, reimbursement and logistical limitations in practical care, and pharmacogenetics
Point of Care Discussion, including hospital management challenges, working in a clinical environment or under-resourced areas and bringing opportunity to these areas, and FDA guidance in critical care
Lab Automation in clinical microbiology, pre-analytical automation, and routine chemistry
Pain Management associated with opiate addiction, laboratory interface with clinics, CDC guidelines, logistic challenges with testing, and reimbursement
Informatics and Big Data including electronic medical records and data repositories
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Here are continuing medical education (CME) learner objectives that attendees should be able to do as a result of participating in this activity.
- Ability to contrast previous and newly released guidelines
- Take action to increase partnership and collaboration with clinicians
- Identify actions that can be taken to deliver quality results faster to clinicians
- Better define personalized healthcare today and explain the role of companion diagnostics
- Better describe diagnostic tools used in the patient workups
- Better describe how the evolution of laboratory testing in health has impacted the patient
- Identify the role of the clinical laboratory in contributing to or preventing diagnostic errors
- Identify laboratory directed interventions that can reduce diagnostic errors
- Describe analytical issues associated with various assays
- Recognize the patient safety risks associated with misuse of the clinical laboratory
- Identify several categories of commonly misused laboratory tests
- Advise patients on the likely long term effects of certain surgery in patients with diseases
- Explain levels of personalized medicine as it attempts to predict individual response to therapy