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American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science:

ASCLS 80th Annual Meeting and Exposition

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Event : ASCLS104


Session : ASCLS1201
The Technologist's Contribution After the Generation of the Test Result: A New Role for the Clinical Laboratory Scientist on the Diagnostic Management Team
Opening Keynote
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Michael Laposata, MD, PhD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
  • This presentation will introduce a new and innovative role for the clinical laboratory scientist. The contributions to achieving a diagnosis by a diagnostic management team (DMT) will be described for coagulation, microbiology, transfusion medicine and hematopathology. The roles of the attending physician, residents/fellows and technologists will be presented.
  • Investment Return: • Define what constitutes a DMT; • Describe the activity of the DMT in multiple laboratory medicine specialty areas; • Discuss the role of the technologist on the DMT
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1202
Customizing Your ASCLS Recruiting
Leadership Academy
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Moderator: Lynn Ingram, MLS(ASCP)CM; Panel: Eric Evans, MEd, MLS(ASCP)CM, Clearfield Hospital; Elizabeth Kelly, MT(ASCP), Cheyenne Regional Medical Center; Tiffany Kleymann, MLS(ASCP)CM, Parkview Medical Center; Constance Stager, MBA, MLS(ASCP)CM, Tanana Chiefs Conference; Lorraine Torres, EdD, MT(ASCP), The University of Texas at El Paso; Renee Wilkins, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM, University of Mississippi Medical Center; Christine Winkel, MT(ASCP)
  • Do you hesitate to approach colleagues about becoming members of ASCLS because you can’t find the right words? The 2011–2012 class of the ASCLS Leadership Academy has developed and updated several tools to help you become more comfortable recruiting members. Plus, you’ll learn how to customize your approach to each individual.
  • Investment Return: • Describe the member recruitment; materials that have been developed and are available for your use; • Define “elevator speech”; • Design your personal ASCLS member recruitment approach using the methods and materials developed by the Leadership Academy


Session : ASCLS1203
Gram Stains – Off the Beaten Path
Scientific Session 1
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Kenneth Van Horn, PhD, D(ABMM), Focus Diagnostics
  • This highly interactive session will focus on atypical Gram stain presentations including unusual organisms, unusual Gram stains, or anomalies noted with the Gram stain. Stains will be presented visually with associated clinical background where applicable. A short discussion of each stain or organism will be provided.
  • Investment Return: • Develop good laboratory practices for preparation and reading of the Gram stain; • Investigate problems and issues surrounding preparation and reading of Gram stains and prepare recommendations for potential corrective action if necessary; • Correlate unusual Gram stain presentations with clinical information and good laboratory practices
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1204
Vitamin D Testing by LC-MS/MS in the Clinical Laboratory
Scientific Session 2
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Deborah French, PhD, DABCC, University of California, San Francisco
  • Vitamin D is an essential nutrient and there is a growing appreciation of its clinical significance. There have been many discussions as to the best method of measuring this analyte in serum. This presentation will address the current methodologies available and will focus on developing an LC-MS/MS assay.
  • Investment Return: • Evaluate the clinical utility of determining a patient’s Vitamin D status; • Contrast the relevance of testing for the 25-OH versus the 1,25-OH form of Vitamin D; • Compare methods available for measuring Vitamin D in a clinical laboratory setting
  • This session is sponsored by Quest Diagnostics.
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1205
The Laboratory as a High-Reliability Organization
Scientific Session 3
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Judy Davis, MA, DLM(ASCP)
  • Rick Panning, MBA, MLS(ASCP
  • High-reliability healthcare organizations combine robust performance improvement with a patient safety culture, resulting in consistent excellence over a long period of time. This session will explore the importance of this approach in today’s healthcare environment and how to apply high-reliability concepts in the medical laboratory.
  • Investment Return: • Examine the characteristics of a highreliability healthcare organization • Justify the importance of a highreliability culture in today’s healthcare environment • Evaluate two applications of highreliability in the medical laboratory
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1206
An Update on Hepcidin: Biology, Pathophysiology and Clinical Implications
Scientific Session 4
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Tomas Ganz, MD, PhD, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
  • Obtain the latest knowledge on iron regulation by hepcidin, as well as iron overload diseases and iron-restricted anemias.
  • Investment Return: • Diagram the regulation of iron absorption by hepcidin; • Examine the pathogenesis of common iron overload disorders; • Investigate the pathogenesis of iron restricted anemias
  • This session is sponsored by DRG International, Inc.
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1207
Yeast on the Rise
Scientific Session 5
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • April L. Harkins, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM, Marquette University
  • Candida species are emerging as medically significant pathogens. According to epidemiological studies and surveys, there is a shift from mostly Candida albicans to other species in certain patient populations. This session will discuss the types of infections commonly seen and the specific Candida species responsible. Empirical and prophylactic antifungal therapy also will be discussed.
  • Investment Return: • Differentiate the emerging Candida species that are the causative agents of fungal infections in immunocompromised individuals; • Categorize the types of infections in your institution that are associated with this emerging yeast; • Evaluate the mechanism of action of common antifungal therapies and those available in your institution
  • This session is sponsored by Hardy Diagnostics.
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1208
Longevity and the Endocrine System
Scientific Session 6
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Linda C. Rogers, PhD, DABCC, Beckman Coulter, Inc.
  • Explore the role of the endocrine system in longevity and quality of life. Topics will include the aging of reproductive, thyroid, adrenal and pituitary systems; management with hormones and natural therapies; and the choice and utilization of laboratory tests for the health and wellbeing of mature patients.
  • Investment Return: • Assess three contributors to the aging process; • Examine the changes in these systems with age: reproductive, thyroid, adrenal and pituitary; • Interpret the hormones frequently measured in the assessment of the aging endocrine system
  • This session is sponsored by Beckman Coulter, Inc.
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1210
The Molecular Genetics of Myeloproliferative Neoplasms and Myelodysplastic Syndromes
Scientific Session 8
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • J. Lynne Williams, PhD, MT(ASCP), Oakland University
  • Improved molecular analyses over the past several years have resulted in the identification of new genes involved in myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPN). A better understanding of the molecular basis of these disorders is resulting in new therapeutic approaches.
  • Investment Return: • Examine novel genetic abnormalities recently identified in MDS and MPN; • Correlate the impact of somatic mutations and epigenetic control of gene expression with these disorders; • Analyze new therapeutic approaches for these disorders
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.


Session : ASCLS1211
Healthcare Forum
Conference : 80th Annual Meeting
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  • Moderator: Donald Lavanty, JD, JT Rutherford and Associates
  • This session will focus on the latest information from the FDA, including its interest in laboratory developed tests (LDT), where CLIA is going next, and updates on healthcare reform and Medicare reimbursement for laboratories.
  • This is a joint session with AACC.
  • Earn P.A.C.E.® credit after viewing this session; download CE info after purchase. P.A.C.E.® credit available until January 31, 2013.



     


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