QC strategy for Serum/Plasma Indices (HIL) detection around the EFLM recommendations

On demand

In this short webinar, join Dr. von Mayer to learn about the recommendations from the EFLM (European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine) working group on pre‑analytical evaluation.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • Why pre-analytical focus is important to ensure quality results in your laboratory
  • How to create a robust quality assurance strategy for pre‑analytical work in your laboratory
  • What to do if your QC fails once your process is set up

There will also be a question and answer portion at the end of the webinar.

Dr Alexander von Meyer

Dr Alexander von Meyer
EFLM Preanalytical Working Group Chair

Dr von Meyer earned his Medical Degree from the University of Munich and also holds an MBA from the University of Applied Science in Neu-Ulm. He is Director of two Institutes for Laboratory Medicine providing Lab services for 5 hospitals in the north of Bavaria in Germany. Dr von Meyer is the Head of the German Working Group “extra-analytical quality” of the DGKL and is also a member of two of the EFLM Working Group on “Preanaytical Phase” and on “Postanalytical Phase”.

Dr Peter Deman

Dr Peter Deman
International Scientific & Professional Affairs Manager at Bio‑Rad

Peter will be moderating the webinar and brings his twenty years of experience in the medical technology field ranging from medical implants, “cross-over” medical products, medical imaging and in vitro diagnostics. Peter is also a member of the EFLM Preanalytical working group and is a former member of the “Total Error” Task and Finish working groups. He holds an MSc degree in applied engineering from the University of Ghent, and obtained a PhD “Doctor in Medical Sciences” degree at the Medical Department of the University of Antwerp.

Questions and Answers

Since the webinar first went live, Dr von Meyer has answered questions put forward by our audience, covering topics such as QC strategy for HIL detection and how you can improve quality assurance. Read the full Q&A here