Bio-Rad is committed to providing QC clinical diagnostics laboratories with the educational resources they need, including a variety of webinars led by Bio-Rad experts, key opinion leaders, and leading scientists in the field. Whether you’re looking to learn more about the basics of optimizing your QC processes, QC design and strategy, or QC statistics—or you’d like to stay informed on our live, virtual events—we offer webinars in all aspects of QC.
Dr. Silvia Gelsumini and Dr. Lorenzo Cerutti Hear a customer’s perspective of how InteliQ load and go quality controls, workflow analysis, and Unity Real Time simplified the QC process, reducing errors and costs in the lab.
Adam Lauring, MD, PhD Learn about the biological properties of COVID-19 variants and the ability to effectively diagnose and vaccinate against SARS-CoV-2, and their impact on COVID therapies.
Lorin Bachmann, Ph.D. QC results are flagged daily, and labs may have different procedures to resolve the issue. Learn how to recover from an out-of-control event and evaluate patient results after recovery.
Lucia M. Berte MA, MT (ASCP) SBB, DLM, CQA (ASQ) CMQ/OE Learn how to minimize the cost of poor quality in your lab. Understand the principles of quality costs and how to track and calculate your lab expenses.
Abobaker Mohamed Yagoot, MT (ASCP), MLT (CMLTO) Learn about different QC troubleshooting measures and how an independent QC analysis provides labs with information to solve its problems.
Curtis Parvin, PhD Ten simple recommendations that can provide guidance in the lab and are essential for a good QC plan. They have been used and proven effective by many labs.
Nico Vandepoele, BSc & John Yundt-Pacheco, MSCS To ensure your laboratory produces consistent patient results, this webinar will present recent developments and best practices for quality control and reagent crossover studies.
James H. Nichols, Ph.D., DABCC, FAACC Managing QC data generated from multiple instruments is essential to ensuring reliable patient results. Learn how to assess lab performance with QC data & troubleshoot shifts.
David G. Grenache, Nikola Baumann, Mark A. Cervinski & Joely Straseski Bio-Rad brings together four expert panelists to answer questions about setting QC targets, improving your QC plan, and evaluating your lab's practices.
Duane W. Newton, PhD, D(ABMM), FIDSA Management of complex quality control (QC) data is essential to insure high quality patient care and maintain regulatory compliance within clinical laboratories.
John Yundt-Pacheco, MSCS Quality control design has historically focused on instrument performance. Learn how new risk management-based approaches have changed the focus to prevent erroneous patient results.
Elitza Theel, PhD, and Duane W. Newton, PhD, D (ABMM), FIDSA Learn how to develop a QC program and strategy for SARS-CoV-2 molecular and serology testing.
Nikola Baumann, PhD, DABCC
Greg Miller, PhD, DABCC
Laura Parnas, PhD, DABCC, FACB
David Grenache, PhD
Lucia M. Berte, MA, MT (ASCP) SBB, DLM, CQA (ASQ) CMQ/OE
Anne T. Daley, MS, MT (ASCP) DLM, CMQOE (ASQ) CSSBB
Curtis Parvin, PhD
John Yundt-Pacheco, MSCS
Greg Miller, PhD
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