Preliminary program

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

11.00

Registration opens

  PART A

13.00–14.30

Opening Ceremony, Welcome

 

Funding Models that Reward Laboratory Innovation with Savings for Frontline Services
Hugo Ribeiro (Abbott)
  The Business of Introducing New Biomarkers
Phillip Monaghan (The Christie NHS Foundation Trust)
  Discussion
14.30–15.00 Coffee break
  PART B
15.00–16.45 The 'Omics" revolution
 

Is there Synergism in Laboratory and Radiology Services Interaction?
Prof. Schonberg, prof. Neumaier

  NAVIFY A New Generation of Diagnostic Solution for Decision Making Processes in Oncology Treatments
JP Bogardi (Roche)
  How to Utilise Best Practices of Risk Management in Laboratory Medicine
Endang Hoyaranda (APFCB)
  Discussion
16.45–17.15 Coffee break
17.15–18.30 We are Talking about Big Data - Are we using it? EU infrastructure – ELIXIR
Jiri Vondrasek (Czech Republlic)
  Laboratory Medicine and Biobanking for Future Patient Benefit - the role of Europena research infrastructure BBMRI-ERIC
Dalibor Valik (Czech Republlic)
  Discussion
 
Friday, October 4rd, 2019
  PART C
9:00–11:00 Normalising Data to Aid Continuity
Mathias Orth
  Innovation in QC Practice
Tony Badrick (APFCB)
  Should we have Different Performance Specifications when we Know the Clinical Reasons for Requesting a Test?
Sverre Sandberg
  Reflective Testing – Who Decides what we are Allowed to do?
Julian Barth
  Discussion
11.00–11.30 Coffee break
  PART C
11.30–13.00 Panel Discussion – Pro vs Con
  Can a Centralised Laboratory Service Support Disseminated Healthcare?
Tomas Zima + Ian Watson
  The Promise and the Reality of Drone Transported Samples
Timothy K. Amukele (USA)
  Zero Touch Sample Handling and Laboratory Resulting
Sunil Sethi (APFCB)
  Discussion
13.00–13.30 Discussion / Future Perspectives
Closing remarks
13.45 Lunch