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Communication Between Laboratory and Clinician: Key for Proper Medical Care

Date: 19th May 2020 at 18:00 CET

Speaker: Avi Peretz (IL)   Moderator: Dganit Itzhaky (IL)     Webinar manager: Dganit Itzhaky (IL)

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The present and future of POCT

Date: ??th September 2020 at 18:00 CET

Speaker: Kleanthi Dima (GR)   Moderator: Petros Karkalousos (GR)     Webinar manager: Petros Karkalousos (GR)

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Verification of quantitative methods

Date: ??th October 2020 at 18:00 CET

Speaker: Dora Vuljanic (HR)   Moderator: Vanja Radišic Biljak (HR)     Webinar manager: ?Dganit Itzhaky (IL)

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Reference intervals verification by indirect methods

Date: 24th November 2020 at 18:00 CET

Speaker: Matteo Vidali (IT)   Moderator: Andrea Padoan (IT)     Webinar manager: Ada Aita (IT)

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Verification of qualitative methods

Date: ??th January 2021 at 18:00 CET

Speaker: Dora Vuljanic (HR)   Moderator: Vanja Radišic Biljak (HR)     Webinar manager: ?Svetlana Evgina (RU)

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Essential Leadership Management for Laboratory Professionals

Date: 17th December 2019 at 18:00 CET

Speaker: Sedef Yenice (TR)   Moderator: Diler Aslan (TR)     Webinar manager: Petros Karkalousos (GR)

This webinar introduces a framework for the essential skills of laboratory leadership and concentrates on developing the knowledge and abilities to run a laboratory efficiently and effectively by focusing on self-awareness, understanding effective communication, engaging others, being resourceful, developing empathy and emotional Intelligence.

EFLM Academy: presentation and benefits


Date: 14th November 2019 at 18:00 CET   
Speaker: Ana-Maria Simundic (HR)    Moderator: Sverre Sandberg (NO)   Webinar manager: Daniel Rajdl (CZ) 

The aims of EFLM Academy are:
  • to provide a web domain comprising an information and communication platform; 
  • to support education, training and continuous professional development of laboratory medicine practitioners; and 
  • to raise the profile of EFLM. 

EFLM Academy will be officially launched on January 1st  2020.

Harmonisation of Autoimmune tests


Date: 24th September 2019 at 18:00 CET
Speaker: Joanna Sheldon (UK)    Moderator: Tommaso Trenti (IT)
The importance of standardisation is only just being realised and addressed in autoantibody measurements. Considering all complexities, it is unsurprising that there is marked variation in autoantibody concentrations measured with different methods.  The introduction of certified reference material (CRM) will be the essential first step in standardisation of autoantibody testing and although it does not solve every issue, it should give us a point of reference to identify the other components of the methods that need to be harmonised before we can have comparability in autoantibody results.

How should a medical laboratory specialist prepare for accreditation according to the ISO 15189


Date: 8th October 2019 at 18:00 CET    
Speaker: Diler Aslan (TR)    Moderator: Sedef Yenice (TR)    Webinar manager: Ada Aita (IT)
In this webinar, we will try to explain:
  • how to establish the total testing process and its sub-processes of a medical laboratory (also for a specific analyte that has inherent characteristics) according to the process approach and risk-based quality control;
  • how to correlate the process components to the requirements for the ISO 15189; and
  • which knowledge and competencies are necessary according to the requirements of the ISO 15189.


Monitoring of Internal Quality Control System Using Patients’ Data


Date: 18th June 2019 at 18:00 CET
Speaker: Abdurrahman Coşkun     Moderator: Merve Sibel Gungoren 

We need a real-time monitoring system to detect the possible errors while the instruments are running. The aim of this webinar is to raise awareness for the necessity to monitor analytical instruments continuously while reporting test results. We should monitor the system continuously using a suitable algorithm based on patients’ data.

Unmet clinical needs assessment for biomarker evaluation - a practical toolbox for Laboratory Medicine


Date: 23rd April 2019 at 18:00 CET
Speaker: Phillip Monaghan (UK)   Moderator: Christa Cobbaert (NL)

The EFLM Working Group for Test Evaluation (WG-TE) has developed a ‘practical toolbox’ providing a Test Evaluation Framework and Interactive Unmet Clinical Needs Checklist (hosted on the EFLM eLearning platform) to assist laboratories and other key stakeholders in clinical translational research, to undertake clinical needs assessment and clinical care pathway development.

New parameters of hematology analyzers and their clinical significance


Date: 12th Fbruary 2019 at 18:00 CET
Speaker: Johannes (Hans) Hoffmann (DE)    Moderator: Giuseppe Lippi (IT)

The primary aim of this presentation is to discuss the technological principles used by the major hematology analyzers and to demonstrate how these technologies generate new cellular parameters. The second part will focus on understanding the potential use and limitations of new parameters, which are essential for researchers who are interested in investigating their clinical application.

Sepsis Biomarkers

Date: 22nd January 2019 at 18:00 CET       

Speaker: Giuseppe Lippi      Moderator: Dirk Roggenbuck

Sepsis is a severe, often life-threatening, condition developing when the organism’s response to an infection triggers a paramount biological effect, which finally generate injuries to its own tissues and organs, up to septic shock, multi-organ failure (MOF) and death. Evidence has been provided that the measurement of some biomarkers in serum or plasma may have clinical values for diagnosing and monitoring sepsis.


Pre-analytical mysteries


Date: 27th November 2018 at 18:00 CET     
Speaker: Pieter Vermeersch (BE)    Moderator: Janne Cadamuro (AT)

EFLM WG-PRE: Recommendation for venous blood sampling (live webinar)

Date: 27th February 2018 at 18:00 CET   
Speaker: Zorica Šumarac (SRB)     Moderator: Anna Maria Simundic (HR)

The order of draw


Date: 15th May 2018 at 18:00CET 
Speaker: Michael Cornes (UK)   Moderator
: João Tiago Guimarães (PT)

How to perform tube validation?


Date: 3rd April 2018 at 18:00 CET   
Speaker: Tiago Guimaraes    Moderator: Giuseppe Lippi

M-protein diagnostics of Multiple Myeloma patients treated with biologics


Date:  27th March 2018 at 14:00 CET   
Speaker: J.F.M. (Hans) Jacobs (NL)   Moderator: Christopher McCudden 
(CA)

Reliable estimates of biological variation


Date: 06-03-2018 at h. 18.00 CET   
Speaker: Aasne Karine Aarsand (NO)     Moderator: Bill Bartlett (UK)


Laboratory hemostasis


Date: 19th December 2017 at h. 18.00 CET    
Speaker: Giuseppe Lippi (IT)

Harmonization of preanalytical phase in Europe


Date: 21st November 2017 at 18:00 CET   
Speaker: Ana-Maria Simundic (HR)    Moderator: João Tiago Guimarães (PT)

Hepatic fibrosis assessment using multiparametric biomarker tests


Date: 18th October 2017 at 18:00 CET  
Speaker: Ralf Lichtinghagen (GER)    Moderator:  Merve Sibel Gungoren (TR)

Biomarkers in HF: How to Guide Clinicians


Date: 
Speaker: Alan S. Maisel (US)     Moderators: Evgenija Homsak (SL) - Kari Pulkki (FI)

The estimate of measurement uncertainty


Date: 10th May 2016 at 18 CET    
Speaker: Ilenia Infusino    Moderator:   Anja Kessler

Rational use of laboratory tests


Date: 26th April 2016 at 18:CET
Speaker: Gustav Kováč    Moderator: Mike Hallworth

Performance specifications in laboratory medicine (Athens 2017)

The course will provide an overview of different models to set performance specifications in laboratory medicine; 1) based on clinical outcome, on 2) biological variation, and 3) state of the art. In addition, it will address the total error concept, and performance specifications in external quality assessment schemes and in the extra-analytical phases.


Cardiac Markers (Athens 2017)

The availability of highly sensitive troponin assays (hsTn) allows the safe clinical application of international recommendations and the introduction of fast-track protocols for the definition of AMI. However, hsTn assays have not always been welcomed by clinicians, claiming an increase in false-positive results. To guide interpretation of results, laboratory specialists need to get involved in communicating with clinicians through education, test interpretation and internal audits of test usage and patient outcomes.

Promoting clinical and laboratory interaction by harmonization

A recording of a plenary presentation by professor Mauro Panteghini, recorded at 4th Joint EFLM-UEMS Congress: Warsaw, Poland, 21–24 September, 2016

Cystatin C as a marker of GFR in children

Presenter: Arend Bökenkamp (Department of Pediatric Nephrology, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

The presentation reviews the characteristics of cystatin C from a clinical point of view, focusing on its use in children.


The role of pharmacogenetics in therapeutic drug monitoring of immunosuppressive drugs

presented by: prof. Dennis Hesselink, Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Nephrology and Kidney Transplantation,
Rotterdam, the Netherlands

recorded at the 4th Joint EFLM-UEMS Congress “Laboratory Medicine at the Clinical Interface”, Warsaw, Poland, 21th–24th September, 2016

Eğitimci: Daniel Rajdl