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604-13SS GP38 – QMS: Leadership and Management Roles and Responsibilities


April 25 - October 18, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

This presentation introduces CLSI document GP38, which is intended to assist laboratories in meeting the leadership-based requirements for their QMS, as represented by quality system essential (QSE) Organization.

Single Registration


913-13SS Emerging and Resurging Infectious Diseases: 2013


April 30 - October 23, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

Join us for our annual infectious disease update. This program will provide an overview of recent outbreaks of infectious diseases attributed to emerging and resurging infectious diseases. For each disease discussed, lessons for and responsibilities of the Sentinel Microbiology Laboratory will be highlighted.

Single Registration


623-13SS Lifestyles of the Sick and Infected: Case Histories


May 2 - October 25, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

This webinar will focus on various aspects of medical microbiology through individual case-based presentations and discussion. Bacteriology, Mycology, and Parasitology will be the main areas of discussion with topics including unusual presentations, unusual organisms, culture and identification methods and special antimicrobial susceptibility testing.

Single Registration


APHL 2013 NBSGTS-ISNS


May 5 - 10, 2013
Conference

NBS>S; and ISNS Meeting

Single Registration


914-13SS Reporting Critical Results for Microbiology


May 7 - October 30, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

Laboratory critical values are defined as results that may require rapid clinical attention to avert significant patient morbidity or mortality. While critical value notification has been a routine practice in laboratory medicine for many years, recent regulations from agencies and accreditors have mandated that laboratories develop and implement an alert system for critical values.

Single Registration


915-13 On Slippery Slopes: Principles, Problems and Cases in Lab Ethics


May 7, 2023
Webinar

Every laboratory should have an ethics policy. This webinar will examine selected examples of practical problems in laboratory management from the standpoint of professional ethics, with description and background in relevant ethical principles and illustrative case histories, famous and infamous.

Single Registration


605-13 Measuring Blood Lead Levels <5 µg/dL: How Low Can Labs Go?


May 9, 2023
Webinar

In 2012 the CDC, concurring with their Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention, agreed that the term “level of concern” (last set in 1991 as a blood lead of 10 µg/dL) should be replaced with “reference value”, calculated as the 97.5th percentile based on NHANES data for children aged 1-5.

Single Registration


915-13SS On Slippery Slopes: Principles, Problems and Cases in Lab Ethics


May 14 - November 7, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

Every laboratory should have an ethics policy. This webinar will examine selected examples of practical problems in laboratory management from the standpoint of professional ethics, with description and background in relevant ethical principles and illustrative case histories, famous and infamous.

Single Registration


916-13 The Impact of Global Warming on Vector-borne Diseases


May 14, 2023
Webinar

This program will review the issue of global warming and the impact it has had, and will have on the global resurgence of vector-borne disease.

Single Registration


605-13SS Measuring Blood Lead Levels <5 µg/dL: How Low Can Labs Go?


May 16 - November 9, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

In 2012 the CDC, concurring with their Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention, agreed that the term “level of concern” (last set in 1991 as a blood lead of 10 µg/dL) should be replaced with “reference value”, calculated as the 97.5th percentile based on NHANES data for children aged 1-5.

Single Registration


916-13 SS The Impact of Global Warming on Vector-borne Diseases


May 21 - November 14, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

This program will review the issue of global warming and the impact it has had, and will have on the global resurgence of vector-borne disease.

Single Registration


APHL 2013 Annual Meeting


June 2 - 5, 2013
Conference

Single Registration


APHL Pre-Conference - FBI Joint Criminal/Epi Investigation


June 2, 2023
Seminar

Pre-conference workshop

Single Registration


APHL Pre-Conference - Using Informatics for PHL Strategic Process Improvement


June 2, 2023
Seminar

Pre-conference workshop

Single Registration


918-13 Determining Clinical Relevance of Fungal Isolates


June 4, 2023
Webinar

To work up or not to work up? With the increasing number of patients who are critically ill or have immunosuppressive diseases, and the ubiquity and diversity of fungi present in the environment, the mycology laboratory may encounter uncommonly pathogenic fungi as etiologic agents of disease. The first program in this series will discuss how to assess the clinical relevance of fungi from clinic

Single Registration


918-13 SS Determining Clinical Relevance of Fungal Isolates


June 11 - December 18, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

To work up or not to work up? With the increasing number of patients who are critically ill or have immunosuppressive diseases, and the ubiquity and diversity of fungi present in the environment, the mycology laboratory may encounter uncommonly pathogenic fungi as etiologic agents of disease. The first program in this series will discuss how to assess the clinical relevance of fungi from clinic

Single Registration


919-13 Direct Identification of Microbes in Positive Blood Cultures


June 18, 2023
Webinar

The program will describe the diagnostic challenges posed by patients with bactermia and sepsis, and review the emerging laboratory methods that could improve clinical care for patients with bloodstream infections.

Single Registration


606-13 Transport Systems and CLSI Document M40: It’s Not Just Swabs


June 20, 2023
Webinar

This webinar will introduce the types of quality control needed for the multiple variables involved with the manufacture of a transport device. Emphasis will be placed on the preexamination process and how critical the quality control steps are to produce clinically relevant laboratory results.

Single Registration


919-13SS Direct Identification of Microbes in Positive Blood Cultures


June 25 - December 18, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

The program will describe the diagnostic challenges posed by patients with bactermia and sepsis, and review the emerging laboratory methods that could improve clinical care for patients with bloodstream infections.

Single Registration


606-13SS Transport Systems and CLSI Document M40: It’s Not Just Swabs


June 27 - December 20, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

This webinar will introduce the types of quality control needed for the multiple variables involved with the manufacture of a transport device. Emphasis will be placed on the preexamination process and how critical the quality control steps are to produce clinically relevant laboratory results.

Single Registration


607-13 CLSI’s Guide to Planning Laboratory Operations During A Disaster


June 27, 2023
Webinar

This course will briefly review domestic community and hospital approaches to organizing emergency preparedness and response, and present the stepwise development of an emergency operations plan. The discussion will integrate highlights of CLSI document GP36, explaining its organization, content, and the intent of the authors—in summary, how the document can help users prepare for a disaster.

Single Registration


607-13SS CLSI’s Guide to Planning Laboratory Operations During A Disaster


July 4 - December 27, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

This course will briefly review domestic community and hospital approaches to organizing emergency preparedness and response, and present the stepwise development of an emergency operations plan. The discussion will integrate highlights of CLSI document GP36, explaining its organization, content, and the intent of the authors—in summary, how the document can help users prepare for a disaster.

Single Registration


APHL 8th National TB Laboratory Conference


August 19 - 21, 2013
Conference

TB Conference

Single Registration


920-13 Laboratory-Acquired Infections


September 17, 2023
Webinar

Clinical and public health laboratorians handle many specimens that may contain infectious agents. Even if appropriate precautions are followed for routine isolation and identification, there is still a danger of developing a laboratory-acquired infection (LAI).

Single Registration


935-13 Efficient and Sustainable Laboratory Operations


September 18, 2023
Webinar

This webinar will share some of the tools and approaches that have emerged over time to help organizations become more efficient, greener and more sustainable. Examples drawn from the network of public health and environmental laboratories will illustrate how these tools and approaches can work within a laboratory setting.

Single Registration


920-13SS Laboratory-Acquired Infections


September 24, 2023 - March 17, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

Clinical and public health laboratorians handle many specimens that may contain infectious agents. Even if appropriate precautions are followed for routine isolation and identification, there is still a danger of developing a laboratory-acquired infection (LAI).

Single Registration


921-13 Risk Assessment in the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory


September 24, 2023
Webinar

When it comes to working in a microbiology laboratory, knowledge is a necessity. Laboratorians need to know the risks of working with bacteria, fungi, TB and viruses and how to deal with them safely in the work environment.

Single Registration


935-13SS Efficient and Sustainable Laboratory Operations


September 25, 2023 - 18, 2015
Previously Recorded Webinar

This webinar will share some of the tools and approaches that have emerged over time to help organizations become more efficient, greener and more sustainable. Examples drawn from the network of public health and environmental laboratories will illustrate how these tools and approaches can work within a laboratory setting.

Single Registration


921-13SS Risk Assessment in the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory


October 1, 2023 - March 24, 2023
Previously Recorded Webinar

When it comes to working in a microbiology laboratory, knowledge is a necessity. Laboratorians need to know the risks of working with bacteria, fungi, TB and viruses and how to deal with them safely in the work environment.

Single Registration


922-13 2013 Influenza Update


October 1, 2023
Webinar

Flu seasons are unpredictable in a number of ways. What will happen in the 2013 - 2014 influenza season? This program will provide an overview of influenza and available diagnostic methods. The significance of influenza as a public health issue, expectations for the upcoming season and the status of novel influenza strains in the world will also be described.

Single Registration


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