Regional Events

The ARUP Institute for Learning is committed to supporting educational events that advance the practice of laboratory medicine and improve quality patient care by providing guest speakers at local and regional meetings. Listed below are the current events where the Institute for Learning is providing sponsored speakers.


Nov
15
CNYCLMA & UNYAACC 2019 Annual Conference
Verona, NY

Pinar Bayrak-Toydemir, MD, PhD, FACMG

Next-Gen Sequencing


Nov
14
Southwest Region POC Group 2019 Educational Conference
Colorado Springs, CO

Andrew Fletcher, MD, CPE

Laboratory Stewardship: Taking the First Steps to Downstream Savings


Nov
6
CLMA NH/VT Chapter: Educational Seminar and Fall Meeting
Concord, NH

Brian R. Jackson, MD, MS

The Future of Value Based Payments and its Impact on the Laboratory Industry


Oct
23
ACHE-THEF's Improving Performance By Design
Raleigh, NC

Andrew Fletcher, MD, CPE

Patient Safety Performance: The Intersection of Technology, Standardization and High Reliability


Oct
15
2019 Northeast Laboratory Conference
Portland, ME

Ken Curtis BS, PBT(ASCP )

Avoiding Specimen Collection Errors That Can Lead to Erroneous Results


Oct
12
56th Annual IMSS Seminar
Jackson, WY

Michael Juretich, MT (ASCP), MBA

Patient Blood Management: At the Forefront of Quality and Value in Healthcare


Oct
12
2019 Northwest Medical Laboratory Symposium
Lynnwood, WA

Michael Juretich, MT (ASCP), MBA

Creating Leaders Out of Entry Level Employees


Sept
25
2019 CLMA Great Plains Chapter Fall Conference
Omaha, NE

Kent C. Gordon, CPA, MAcc

Accounting Basics for Laboratory Management AND Business Decisions in an Agile Culture


Sept
21
CAMLT’s 80th Annual Convention
Sacramento, CA

Gordon J. Nelson, C(ASCP), NRCC-TC

Clinical Drug Abuse Testing AND Cost Effective Utilization of Urine Drug Testing for Chronic Pain Management Patients?


June
13
NYSCLA Annual Meeting
Albany, NY

Yuan Ji, PhD, DABCP

FACMG will present "Moving Beyond Single Gene-drug Pairs in Clinical Pharmacogenetics Testing" from 9:50 am – 10:35 am.


May
16
2019 Hawaii Clinical Laboratory Conference
Honolulu, HI

Lisa K. Peterson, PhD

Laboratory Diagnosis of Hemolytic Anemia AND Laboratory Diagnosis of Thalassemias and Hemoglobinopathies


May
16
2019 Hawaii Clinical Laboratory Conference
Honolulu, HI

Archana Mishra Agarwal, MD

Autoantibody Testing in the Diagnosis of Autoimmune Neurological Disorders (PNS) AND Role of Functional Assays in the Diagnosis of Primary Immunodeficiency


May
7
2019 ASCLS-CNE Annual Convention
Warwick, RI

Marc Roger Couturier, PhD, D(ABMM)

Excuse Me Waiter, There Seems to be Feces on My Salad”: The Invisible Danger of Foodborne Outbreaks AND Interesting, Intriguing and Possibly Disgusting Cases in Parasitology


May
6
ASCLS-PA/PASSAMT Annual Spring Meeting
Harrisburg, PA

Anton Rets, MD, PhD

MDS or not MDS? That is the Question


May
4
Greater Los Angeles Chapter: Spring 2019 Educational Event
Duarte, CA

Kent Gordon, CPA, MAcc

Budgeting Basics for Laboratory Management


May
3
2019 Oregon Spring Seminar
Newport, OR

Christina Kulakowski, QLS(ASCP)

Laboratory Ergonomics Programs


April
30
CE event for Kaiser Permanente
Santa Clara, CA

Bonny Messinger

Creative Thinking and Problem Solving


April
29
CE event for Kaiser Permanente
Oakland, CA

Bonny Messinger

Creative Thinking and Problem Solving


April
12
2019 Ohio Collaboration Laboratory Conference
Columbus, OH

Andrew Fletcher, MD

Strategies to Drive Value through Lab Utilization


April
12
ASCLS-Idaho Spring Convention
Boise, ID

Robert Carpenter, MS, MT(ASCP)

Laboratory Stewardship: Still a Golden Opportunity for Improvement


April
11
2019 Nebraska Spring Laboratory Meeting
Bellevue, NE

Robert Carpenter, MS, MT(ASCP)

Laboratory Stewardship: Still a Golden Opportunity for Improvement


April
10
ASCLS-MI 2019 Annual Meeting
East Lansing, MI

Chérie Petersen, BA

Communication Biohazard


April
7
CAMLT Spring Seminar North
Sacramento, CA

Blaine A. Mathison, BS, M(ASCP)

Laboratory Identification of Arthropod Ectoparasites of Medical Importance


April
4
Symposium for Clinical Laboratories
North Hollywood, CA

Karen A. Brown, MS, MLS(ASCP)CM

Hematology M+Ms: Morphology and Mystery (Case Studies)

Phlebotomy Ps and Qs: Problems and Quandaries in Specimen Collection


April
2
AACC Rocky Mountain Section Spring MeetingCAMLT Spring Seminar South
Tucson, AZ

Andrew Fletcher, MD

Strategies to Drive Value through Lab Utilization


Mar
16
CAMLT Spring Seminar South
North Hollywood, CA

Michael Juretich, MBA MT(ASCP)

Leading Change

Entry Level Employees


Mar
2
Tulare-Kings Chapter CAMLT Annual Seminar Series
Visalia, CA

Joely Strasecki, PhD, MT(ASCP), DABCC, FAACC

The Delta Check: An Essential Quality Improvement Tool AND The Current State of Laboratory Testing for Diabetes, Old Assays, New Guidelines


Feb
1
ASCLS-CO Winter Seminar
5th floor Saccomanno Education Center at St. Mary’s Hospital
Grand Junction, CO

Marc Couturier, PhD, D(ABMM)
Medical Director, Microbial Immunology, Parasitology and Fecal Testing, Infectious Disease Antigen Testing

The Ongoing Evolution of Gastrointestinal Pathogen Detection

This presentation focuses on conventional and newer methods of identifying common and unusual infectious diarrheal pathogens.

Interesting, Intriguing, and Possibly Disgusting Cases in Parasitology

Cases in parasitology received at the ARUP Reference Parasitology lab will be presented as unknown, challenging cases for the audience. All are interesting, most are intriguing, and some are disgusting!

Feb
1
ASCLS-CO Winter Seminar
5th floor Saccomanno Education Center at St. Mary’s Hospital
Grand Junction, CO

Marc Couturier, PhD, D(ABMM)
Medical Director, Microbial Immunology, Parasitology and Fecal Testing, Infectious Disease Antigen Testing

The Ongoing Evolution of Gastrointestinal Pathogen Detection

This presentation focuses on conventional and newer methods of identifying common and unusual infectious diarrheal pathogens.

Interesting, Intriguing, and Possibly Disgusting Cases in Parasitology

Cases in parasitology received at the ARUP Reference Parasitology lab will be presented as unknown, challenging cases for the audience. All are interesting, most are intriguing, and some are disgusting!