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JCTLM Webinars , September, 2017

Webinars produced for the IFCC eAcademy by the Joint Committee for Traceability in Laboratory Medicine (JCTLM)
11 Webinars
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IFCC Webinars , August, 2017

Webinars produced for IFCC eAcademy
8 Webinars
0 External links
EFLM e-seminars , July, 2017

0 Webinars
8 External links
AACC Pearls of Laboratory Medicine , June, 2017

AACC Clinical Chemistry Trainee Council, PEARLS OF LABORATORY MEDICINE. 10-15 minute presentations about a particular analyte, providing a wealth of information and key take-away points.
3 Webinars
0 External links
AACB Webinars , May, 2017

The Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists (AACB) runs a series of webinars funded by the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) using Australian Government funding under the Specialist Training Program. The Webinar program covers a range of topics on a monthly basis and is designed to be interactive. AACB have generously agreed to share the recorded presentations with the IFCC eAcademy.
2 Webinars
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Thermo Scientific Chromatography Resources , April, 2017

Video presentations made available by Thermo Scientific as Chromatography Resources
0 Webinars
8 External links
Vietnam Chemical Pathology Courses - Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, February, 2017

Annual Chemical Pathology Course Organised by Roche Diagnostics Viet Nam, the Viet Nam Association of Clinical Biochemistry and RMIT University.
15 Webinars
0 External links
AACB 2016 Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Meeting - Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland Australia., September, 2016

The Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemist’s 5th Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Meeting, titled “Evolution of Mass Spectrometry in Laboratory Medicine”. A satellite meeting of the 54th AACB Annual Scientific Conference, held in Brisbane, Australia, in September 2016.
5 Webinars
0 External links
A guide to conducting research in laboratory medicine , March, 2016

The guide to conducting research in laboratory medicine has been prepared by IFCC to provide insight into the research process and an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of different research methods to young scientists at various levels of their profession and career. The target audience is Young scientists; Laboratorians; Clinical chemists; and Pathologists together with any others at an early stage of research in laboratory medicine. Published in 2016, the guide is available as a printable document as well as a series of webinar presentations. The authors of the guide are: Graham Beastall, CBE, PhD, FRCPath, FRCP; Pradeep Kumar Dabla, MD, PGDHA, PGDBA; Endang Hoyaranada, Dra; Ferry Sandra, DDS, PhD; Vanessa Steenkamp, HED, PhD.
10 Webinars
0 External links
AACB ASM 2015 - Sydney, Australia, September, 2015

Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists 53rd Annual Scientific Meeting
6 Webinars
0 External links
Virtual Symposium on Applied Separation Science - online, May, 2015

The first Virtual Symposium on Applied Separation Science held May 25th-29th 2015 online.
4 Webinars
0 External links
APFCB Congress - Bali, Indonesia, October, 2013

13th Asia-Pacific Federation for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine Congress (APFCB) held in Bali, Indonesia, 27-30 October 2013
1 Webinars
0 External links
AACB Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry Workshop - Gold Coast, Australia, September, 2013

Satellite Meeting of AACB ASM held on the Gold Coast QLD on Friday 20 September 2013
7 Webinars
0 External links
Organic Chemistry, McGraw Hill - McGraw Hill, USA, December, 2000

0 Webinars
1 External links