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Seminar - Quality control in infectious disease testing

This talk, organised by the London Region Virology Discussion Group, will highlight the change in thinking that is long overdue in understanding quality control in infectious diseases testing, where the use of traditional methods for monitoring QC data are entrenched and are still advocated by many international guidelines, including UK National Standard Methods, even though these traditional methods are not suitable.

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4th June 2019
Venue: INSTITUTE OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE

A CPD Presentation by Joe Vincini BAppSci MSc, NRL Australia
Joe Vincini is the quality control program team leader at NRL, a non-profit scientific organisation based in Melbourne Australia, specialising in the maintenance and enhancement of quality of testing for infectious diseases, globally.

His talk will highlight the change in thinking that is long overdue in understanding quality control in infectious diseases testing, where the use of traditional methods for monitoring QC data are entrenched and are still advocated by many international guidelines, including UK National Standard Methods, even though these traditional methods are not suitable. 

Their use causes frustration, misunderstanding and often are either recalculated to fit with expectation, or are completely ignored altogether.  Perhaps it's time for an alternative approach?

Schedule
17.30-18.00 Delegate Registration
18.00-19.00 Networking and drinks reception
19.00-20.00 Guest Lecture

Further details

A free buffet and drinks will be served from 5.30pm

Organised by the IBMS London Virology Discussion Group, to reserve your place please email mc@ibms.org stating your IBMS membership number.  

Limited to 50 places only


Location

INSTITUTE OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE 12 Coldbath Square
London EC1R 5HL United Kingdom