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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME - September 30 - October 1, 2021
Part A | Emmergent topics
- COVID-19 and role of Laboratory Medicine - Sunil Sethi
- What laboratory medicine in needed for refugees - Alexander Haliassos
- Multidimensional Laboratory Medicine: the case for AI - Michael Neumaier
- AI-assisted radiological imaging of systemic disease involvement: from technical implementation to cooperative diagnostic pathways - Stefan Schönberg
Part B | How is the progress of implementing the IVDR
- EU Health Policy-making: why academic and scientific societies should engage - Alan Fraser
- Countdown to the IVDR Date of Application: Priorities and Expectations of Manufacturers - Oliver Bisazza
- The rollout of the new EU IVD regulation: an imminent catastrophe - Christa Cobbaert (on behalf of the EFLM Task Force on European Regulatory Affairs)
Part C | New tools in education of people in laboratory medicine
- EFLM Syllabus - the framework for the education of EuSpLM - Snežana Jovičić
- Equivalence of standards in education in Europe - Evgenija Homšak
- EFLM Syllabus course - Lejla Alić
- How to develop and master soft skills? - Ana-Maria Šimundić
Part D | Progress in the harmonisation of measurement procedures
- New initiatives to harmonise measurement procedures - Ian Young
- Monitoring the harmonisation of measurement procedures by external quality assessment and patient medians - Sverre Sandberg
- Personalised reference interval - a valuable tool in diagnosis and monitoring - Abdurrahman Coskun
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