Please contact ASCLS-DE President Alexa Pierce-Matlack (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Christina Asuncion ( email@example.com ) for more information on this event.
Mary Ann McLane, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM will present: Lead – A Disaster in the Making, using the disaster at Flint, Michigan to highlight the health effects, methods and regulations associated with this metal.
Kiana M. Roman, MLS(ASCP)CM will talk about the BacterioScan – A New Approach to Diagnosing UTI. This session will explore the use of light scatter technology paired with MALDI TOF mass spectrometry for the rapid diagnosis of urinary tract infections in a pediatric population.
The talks will beat Salisbury University at 327 Devilbiss Hall, 1101 Camden Ave, Salisbury, MD 21801 starting at 10 a.m.
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Announcing Region II’s Leadership Academy!
If you have ever wanted to do one of the ASCLS Leadership Academies, but there wasn’t one in our area and you couldn’t make it to National events, we now have our own!
This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about ASCLS while also developing leadership skills that will serve you well both in ASCLS and at work.
The ASCLS Region II Leadership Academy is designed to prepare ASCLS Region II members for current and future leadership roles in the organization by providing a structured program of study of critical leadership topics.
Benefits to the Participant:
Graduates of the Leadership Academy are future leaders of the organization and profession. These individuals will
The deadline for submission of the application is August 9th!
Please SAVE THE DATE of Saturday February 11, 2017 for the 3rd annual joint continuing education seminars sponsored by ASCLS-DE and ASCLS-MD. We will be at Willard Hall Education Building room 006, with breakfast goodies available around 8:30. Our two speakers this year are Stacey Robinson and Trish Coggeshall, ready to satisfy our curiosities about flow cytometry and parasite mysteries! The sessions will be P.A.C.E.-approved.
Please join us September 22nd at 6 p.m. at the Anne Arundel Community College for:
A brief review of CLIA regulation and the evolution of waived testing, followed by a description of our study evaluating analytical performance of a point of care drug testing device and the ability of untrained subjects to use it. Study results suggest serious deficiencies in waived device approval and sources of significant error by non-laboratory analysts.
INTERMEDIATE, Contact hours 1.0
Medical Laboratory Science Program, Professor and Program Director
Chair, Department of Health Sciences
We will be in the Florestano Building, Room 218 on the Arnold campus (…and we will have snacks!):
101 College Parkway
Arnold, MD 21012
There is NO CHARGE for this event!
This program is brought to you by the AACC MLT Club and the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS)-Maryland.
ASCLS-Maryland has applied for approval as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E. ® Program.
The ASCLS-MD Executive Board is busy discussing options for the coming year for continuing education and meeting events. If you have any ideas for topics, meeting site options, concerns the society should address, etc. please email them to Stacey Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch here for announcements regarding meetings, but you can also send your email to Stacey if you want to be added to the email invitation list.
Please save the date for a combined continuing education event with ASCLS-DE!
In an effort to provide a continuing education event in close proximity to our members in the northeastern corner of the state, we have teamed up with the Delaware chapter to offer 2 free hours of CE just across the state line.
Planning is still underway, but this will be a Saturday morning event with two speakers. Dr. Nadine Fydryszewski from Rutgers University will give a talk on career ladders and graduate opportunities for MLS and Christina Camillo from Salisbury University will speak on massive transfusion protocols.
All ASCLS-MD members are welcome to stay for a planning meeting immediately following.