Advanced Hematology Symposium

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The ASCLS 1998 Advanced Hematology/Hemostasis Symposium
October 15-17, 1998
The Gunter Hotel
San Antonio, Texas

New methods and technologies in the hematology and hemostasis laboratory will
be the focus of a new educational offering by the American Society for
Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS).  The 1998 Advanced Hematology/Hemostasis
Symposium, to be held October 15-17 in San Antonio, Texas, will also
highlight the development of cost-effective, efficient diagnostic protocols
for disease management, appropriate utilization of laboratory tests, correct
CPT coding and documentation of medical necessity.  The Symposium is designed
for clinical laboratory scientists and clinical laboratory technicians active
in the practice of hematology and/or hemostasis.  Others who will benefit
include laboratory supervisors and managers, physicians and bioscientists,
educators and graduate students.  Participants will be eligible for 12.5
contact hours of P.A.C.E. approved continuing education.  Below is a list of
session topics.

To register or request additional information, please call the ASCLS
Registration Infoline at 1-800-934-8205 or e-mail ascls at ascls.org.

Topics Include:

Advances in Automated Platelet Density and Dry Mass Measurement
Advances in Cardiovascular Risk Assessment: Hemostasis, Homocysteine & Lipids
Blood, Yesterday & Tomorrow
Body Fluids: Beyond the Basics
Challenges in Laboratory Reimbursement
Clinical Approach to Thrombocytopenia
Cytogenetics & Molecular Genetics in Hematologic Disorders
Hematopathology Case Studies
Hemostatic Markers in Stroke
Immunophenotyping of Hematologic Disorders
Laboratory Challenges in Government Compliance
Monitoring Hemostasis Outcomes
New Approaches to Anemia Management
Thrombosis Risk Testing
The Value of Laboratory Measurements in Heparin Therapy


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