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Free EFLM e-seminar on dyslipidemia testing - February 24

20/02/2015 10:16:27

EFLM e-seminar
by the EFLM Working Group on Distance Education and e-Learning

 

February 24, 2015 - h. 16.00-17.00 pm CET (do not forget to check your time zone)

Comprehensive dyslipidemia testing beyond the “good” and “bad” cholesterol

The e-seminar will cover topics like implementation of the guidelines for the management of dyslipidemia in the clinical laboratories in Europe, the need to test with other biomarkers beyond the traditional lipids to better identify and treat additional persons at high cardiovascular risk, and the clinical impact of biased lipid & lipoprotein methods (e.g., HDL assays). About this very interesting laboratory and clinical topic will discuss Professor Michel R. Langlois MD, PhD at the next EFLM e-seminar on Tuesday, February 24 at 16:00 pm CET.

Professor Langlois is Professor at Ghent University, Department of Cardiovascular Diseases and Vice-Director at the laboratory of AZ St-Jan hospital, Bruges. He is currently the President of the Belgian Atherosclerosis Society, Past-president of the Royal Belgian Society of Laboratory Medicine, and member of the EFLM WG-Guidelines and WG-Cardiac Markers.

To participate in the e-seminar please register at the link http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EB55D885834F3E

Upon registration you will receive an e-mail containing a link to access e-seminar. The number of attendees is limited.

The registration is open until February 24th. This e-seminar is free of charge.

We look forward to your participation in this form of education.

WG-Distance Education and e-Learning

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