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23rd - 26th May 2011, Harrogate

Thursday 26th May

0845 - 1045
Parallel Sessions

Clinical Cases Clinical Chemistry in the Age of Austerity
Chair: Dr Danielle Freedman, Luton
A session devoted to developments in laboratory medicine organization in 2011 including:

Pathology modernization: the developing landscape

Dr Ian Barnes, Leeds

Pathology re-engineering

Mr Peter Wisher, Lincoln

Differential organisation models for pathology

Mr Phil Hudson, Manchester

1045 - 1145
Break and Industry Sponsored Workshops

Workshops from
Beckman Coulter and Alpha Laboratories

Alpha Laboratories Ltd: The use of HA in a Clinical Setting

Alpha Laboratories Ltd: NGAL in Clinical Practice

Beckman Coulter: Challenges to the early detection of prostate cancer and the impact of a new biomarker.


1145 - 1230
AACC Transatlantic Award Lecture
Laboratory automation; the next generation
Professor Robin Felder, Charlottesville, USA

1230 - 1400
Lunch and Exhibition
1300 - 1345
Attended Poster Session

1400 - 1600
Hot Topics
A new session to Focus which will discuss the latest issues related to Clinical Biochemistry.
Chair Prof Eric Kilpatrick, Hull

HbA1c for diabetes diagnosis: for better or for worse?

Prof W Garry John, Norfolk & Norwich

Vitamin D: is there a need for meauring as many?

Prof William Fraser, Norwich

High sensitivity troponins: how should we be using them?

Dr Paul Collinson, London

Closing Remarks and Presentation of Awards


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