A one-day conference for healthcare professionals, addressing issues including:
* Point-of-care testing - INR and D-dimer
* Challenges of providing an anticoagulant service
* Dealing with challenging patients
* Direct oral anticoagulants: current guidance for use
* Managing unstable or over-anticoagulated patients
* Use of D-dimer testing for investigation of suspected VTE
Topics to be presented include:
Point-of-Care Testing: The vital link from UK NEQAS
Coordinating Point-of-Care Testing: Challenging issues
From CPA to UKAS with ISO on the way
Accreditation and Point-of-Care Testing
The role of MHRA in Point-of-Care Testing
Quality isn't optional: UK NEQAS POCT case studies
How UK NEQAS can help POCT coordinators, managers and users
Point-of-Care Testing: Improving patient outcomes
Debate: In POCT we trust?
Annual Scientific Meeting and AGM
The Institute of Safety in Technology and Research (ISTR) has accredited Public Health England's Novel and Dangerous Pathogen Training Group to deliver all the modules of the Level 1 Biosafety Practitioner Training Course
Rapid Diagnostics – Time is Relative
The BSMT committee is developing a provocative programme that will attempt to tease out how molecular techniques affect turnaround times, and what conventional microbiology can still offer.
A biennial conference hosted by the IBMS Sheffield branch
For almost 60 years, Mast has been an independent world class manufacturer and supplier of diagnostic products for clinical, industrial and veterinary testing. Certified to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003, to meet customer’s requirements and increasingly stringent regulatory standards, Mast prides itself on quality, innovation and service. The...
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The Principal York Hotel, Station Road, York YO24 1AA
22 September 2017
24-27 September 2017
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1 3EE
20 October 2017
National Railway Museum, York
4 November 2017
Public Health England
15-19 January 2018
Screening for haemoglobinopathies
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