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An exclusive digital series focusing on the most crucial topics and issues facing today’s laboratory professionals

Career Development

Career Development

This series will answer all your questions on how to become a medical laboratory scientist or technician, as well as provide you with the resources to prepare for a successful career, including information on job outlook, salary, duties, education requirements, licenses, and certifications.

This series will answer all your questions on how to become a medical laboratory scientist or technician, as well as provide you with the resources to prepare for a successful career, including information on job outlook, salary, duties, education requirements, licenses, and certifications.

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Clinical Lab Compliance

This series explores compliance in the clinical lab space, including regulations around medical and diagnostic devices, preparing for and conducting lab inspections, regulations around laboratory-developed tests, and more.

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Clinical Laboratory Leadership

Clinical Laboratory Leadership

Clinical lab leaders, including lab managers and lab directors, have a lot on their plate. They are responsible for complying with regulations, budgeting and making purchases, managing laboratory staff, implementing quality control, adhering to safety guidelines, and much more. This series will offer insights and practical solutions for some of the key issues that today's clinical lab leaders face.

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Trends in Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials aim to treat patients while gaining new insights about a given disease, and particularly how patients respond to treatment. This series will explore how advances in trial design, data collection technologies, and virtual clinical trials are helping modern-day trials run more efficiently, even in the face of uncertainties and unique challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hematology and Coagulation

Hematology and Coagulation

The growing prevalence and increasing awareness of hematological conditions are major drivers of clinical hematology. This series will explore some of the technological advances that are improving hematological disease monitoring, prognosis, diagnosis, and screening.

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Clinical Chemistry

Clinical Chemistry

Clinical chemistry accounts for the largest volumes of tests in laboratory medicine. It's also the basis of the majority of clinical decisions that are impacted by laboratory results. This series will focus on some of the analytical challenges often encountered in clinical chemistry testing.

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Precision Medicine

Precision Medicine

Precision medicine is a treatment paradigm that incorporates molecular profiling to get the right drug to the right patient at the right time. This series will explore how advances in precision medicine are improving oncology treatment.

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Monkeypox in the Clinical Lab

Though the initial outbreak has slowed, monkeypox remains a threat to susceptible populations. This series provides clinical labs with information on lab safety considerations, and ongoing transmission, vaccination, and testing efforts related to monkeypox.

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Clinical Informatics

Advancing artificial intelligence pathology and multi-omics data integration is quickly expanding the role of clinical informatics in health care.  Laboratory processes, the quality of the data, and its speed of transmission are critical factors in serving patients and populations. This series will offer clinical leaders insights and practical solutions to bringing the lab and informatics tools together.

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Clinical Lab Business Management

Clinical Lab Business Management

This series explores how to stabilize and grow your clinical lab business during and after the pandemic, including how to prevent supply chain disruptions, reduce costs, identify new markets and worthwhile investments, and more.

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Cancer Research

There is an urgent need to improve our understanding of cancer to improve cancer care. This series will highlight ongoing cancer diagnostics and therapeutics research.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Clinical Lab

Though different concepts, diversity, equity, and inclusion are all important in having a successful lab team. A wealth of perspectives—in terms of different ages, levels of experience, genders, races, nationalities, sexual orientations and/or identities—helps ensure everyone feels valued, ultimately strengthening your operations.

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Molecular Diagnostics

Innovative molecular diagnostics technologies are critical to overcoming current health care challenges and improving the way patients are diagnosed and treated. This series discusses the latest advances in molecular methods.

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