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IFCC EuroMedLab 2022
The 24th IFCC-EFLM European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine has closed its gates and we would like to take this opportunity to thank all our visitors – on site or virtually – very much for attending our educational workshops and our live presentation sessions, and for coming to see us on our booth. We hope you had the possibility to discover our exciting new exhibits.
If you could not make it to the EuroMedLab, or did not find the time to visit our booth, we are offering you some impressions from the exhibition days in our image gallery below.
And if you missed any of our sessions that were of interest to you, we have good news: shortly we will make our recorded sessions available to you on this page. So, stay tuned!
Dr. Ondrej Valina – Sysmex Europe GmbH
PD Dr. Mathias Zimmermann, virtual session, DRK Kliniken Berlin, Germany |
Prof. Johan Elf, University Uppsala, Sweden
Sysmex as an IVD manufacturer is aware about diagnostic challenges of clinicians in everyday routine. This workshop will review the current practice in infection diagnostics (performance and availability of biomarkers and lab tests) and present products and technologies from haematology and point-of care that can close gaps in diagnostic information.
The learning objective is to create awareness for already available and future innovative products with the aim to improve healthcare.
Maros Heidinger - Sysmex Europe GmbH
Rexhina Cipi, Germany - Sysmex Europe GmbH |
Johanna Engelage, Germany - Sysmex Europe GmbH |
Tanja Tornow, Germany - Sysmex Europe GmbH
When designing a specific work area in the laboratory, one of the challenges is to consider the surrounding processes while targeting their significant improvement, and the selection of a specific analyser configuration best possible supporting the key improvement points and KPIs defined by the laboratory. For decades, the Lean methodology has offered the respective tools and procedures for identifying and eliminating waste in processes.
This workshop demonstrates the application of the Lean methodology to specific work areas with the aim to identify optimisation potential by eliminating waste and present solutions specifically addressing the identified optimisation potential.
Theo Hofman - Sysmex Europe GmbH
Dr. Jean-Marc Giannoli - Biogroup Laboratories, Neuville-sur-Saône, France.
Title: Value of combining QC and patient results for decision support on analytical performance |
Dr. Patrick Cohen, virtual session - Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland.
Title: Biomedical insights beyond the numbers |
Koray Yurdakul, Sysmex Turkey.
Title: Leveraging virtual and mobile learning experiences in healthcare
In the laboratory of today, besides global challenges, many regulatory and organisational demands impact the daily work. Oftentimes it can be perceived as a burden, but it also gives new opportunities to improve the laboratory’s quality, streamline processes and find ways to do things differently. With digitally enhanced solutions, information from multiple sources can be consolidated easily for a more holistic approach and lead to new insights.
In this workshop, the synergy between existing and new cornerstones of monitoring the quality of analytical processes is demonstrated, explained how the use of expert software can support in clinical decision making and in which ways digital learning experiences can bring and maintain the knowledge of the laboratory staff on a high level while saving time and costs and reduce environmental impact.