Tuesday, February 28, 2017, 1:00-2:00 pm ET
Approved for 1.0 P.A.C.E. ®, Florida or CPH-Recertification Credit; CEUs accepted by all licensure states.
$99/site includes one connection to the live program with unlimited attendance (and CEUs) for everyone at your site AND unlimited access (and CEUs) to the archived program for 1 year.
Payment Options: Pay online using a credit card or by check payable to APHL with a registration form.
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Recently FDA approved syndromic panel testing for pathogen detection. Will this revolutionize microbiology laboratory testing? Will this be the end of routine culturing?
Join us as we take a closer look at testing for gastrointestinal illness. These panels identify not only bacterial but also viral and parasitic pathogens. This program will discuss the advantages and potential pitfalls of using small, medium and large molecular panels for the identification of enteric pathogens in stool specimens.
At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to:
- Identify the difference in sensitivity between culture, small, and large molecular panels
- Discuss the interpretation of results using large molecular panels
Blake W. Buchan, PhD, D(ABMM), Assistant Professor, Pathology and Associate Director Clinical Microbiology, Medical College of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories, Milwaukee, WI
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Busy on the day of the program? No problem, registration includes unlimited access to the archived online program for one year or register for just the archived program!
Registration deadline: February 26, 2017
Problems Registering? Please email email@example.com or call 240.485.2727 between 8:00 am – 4:30 pm ET.
Need additional connections to the program? If additional connections are used for the live program, an additional program fee will be billed to you. Contact the registrar at 240.485.2727 if you need to register multiple sites.
Please note: You will be automatically registered for the online archived version if your payment is received after the registration deadline.
Payment Options: Pay online using a credit card or by check payable to APHL with a registration form. Click here for a registration form. Send check and registration form to APHL Registrar PO Box 79117, Baltimore, MD, 21279-0117. Be sure to include the number of the course on the check. If no registration form is received, your check will be deposited but you may not be registered for the course or get a confirmation notice. We do not accept purchase orders.
Cancellation Policy: We are unable to offer refunds for cancellations.
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