Webinar: ‘Does this range make me normal?’ – Verification of Reference Interval’s
ACSLM Webinar: ‘Does this range make me normal?’
– Verification of Reference Interval’s
Presented by Shane Duignan, graduated from DIT Kevin Street in 2015 and completed his MSc in Clinical Chemistry from TCD in 2019. Shane spent over 5 years working in the Mater hospital in the biochemistry laboratory and for about 2.5 of those years worked as a POCT scientist also. He then moved to CHI at Temple Street in December 2020 where he currently works as a senior scientist in the Metabolic laboratory.
‘Does this range make me normal?’ – Verification of Reference Interval’s
In accord with ISO15189:2012, it is the responsibility of each laboratory to use reference intervals (RI’s) that are appropriate to the methodologies and the populations that they serve. Accordingly, a laboratory needs to periodically asses the relevance and appropriateness of RI’s and various methods have been described. The aim of this presentation is to compare and critique such verification methods and establish a robust yet sufficiently pragmatic approach to verifying the appropriateness of RI’s.
Open to ACSLM Members (Free) and Non-members (€30).
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