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Free EFLM e-seminar on Bias in Clinical Chemistry - Recording now available online

05/03/2015 10:57:51

Bias in Clinical Chemistry

For those who were not able to join the e-seminar on December 9, we are happy to inform that the audio recording of the EFLM e-seminar on Bias in Clinical Chemistry is now available on the EFLM website at http://www.efcclm.eu/index.php/educational-material.html together with slides and additional educational material. We thank Prof. Elvar Theodorsson for his generosity in sharing this material.


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December 9, 2014 - h. 17:00-18:00 GMT (do not forget to check your time zone)

The issue of bias in analytical measurements generates a lot of debate. Estimating and minimising bias in clinical chemistry is an important task for laboratory organizations over decades. Professor Elvar Theodorsson MD, PhD will discuss about this very interesting laboratory topic at the next EFLM e-seminar on Tuesday, December 9 at 17:00 GMT.

Professor Theodorsson is the Professor of Neurochemistry at University Linköping and Head of Health Technology Assessment organisation for three country councils in South- Eastern Sweden. He is also the Chair of the EFLM Science Committee.

To participate in the e-seminar please register at the link http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EB53DF84804C38

Upon registration you will receive an e-mail containing a link to access e-seminar. The number of attendees is limited.
Registration is open until December 8th. This e-seminar is free of charge.

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

EFLM WG-Distance Education and e-Learning

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