CCLM Online JournalThe Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (CCLM) journal is now available to ACBI members.
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The 41st ACBI ConferenceFriday 9th November and Saturday 10th November 2018
Venue: Castletroy Park Hotel in Limerick
The conference themes for 2018 are:
1. Pregnancy - diabetes and pre-eclampsia
2. Liver - Gastric bypass, NAFL and Fibrosis
3. Patient Safety
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Pre-Analytics & Laboratory Medicine Study DayA multidisciplinary event in Pre-analytics and Laboratory Medicine
21st September 2018
Trinity Lecture Theatre, Trinity Health Centre, Tallaght University Hospital
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ISIMD Autumn Meeting - Update on Newborn Bloodspot Screening - 4th OctoberHow to maximise clinical benefits for patients & how to minimise the number of false positive cases -
The Swiss / German Experience
Speaker: Prof. Ralph Fingerhut
(Director Swiss Newborn Screening, Zurich)
Thursday October 4th 2018
Evening Meeting: 6-8pm
St Georges Hall, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital
Temple Street, Dublin 1
All disciplines welcome. Refreshments provided. This meeting is free, however registration is required.
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UKIAFT AGM MeetingThe UKIAFT United Kingdom and Ireland Association of Forensic Toxicologists is the professional body of forensic toxicologists in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The 8th Annual UKIAFT AGM Meeting will take place on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd November 2018 in the Hilton Dublin Kilmainham.
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and Capacity Review - 2018
Internal Quality Control Survey - Results and RecommendationsBackground /introduction
The Joint Working Group on Irish Laboratory Accreditation (JWG ILA) have been aware of anecdotal reports of a lack of uniformity among Irish laboratories in the application and use of internal quality control procedures.
It was therefore agreed by the JWG ILA to explore developing a consensus on Internal Quality Control procedures which could form the basis of a draft policy on IQC. As a first step, it was decided to issue an IQC questionnaire, which would provide useful information about current practice in Irish Laboratories.
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