A new issue of CCLM is available online! Vol 55, Issue s2 – IFCC WorldLab Durban 2017: Abstracts Issue

Dear All,
> following the agreement on mutual cooperation between EFLM and W. de
> Gruyter for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine journal (CCLM),
> it has been planned to send regularly to the EFLM contacts the table
> of contents of CCLM issues and the list of future titles as well. I do
> hope you will appreciate the initiative which is intended as a further
> service by EFLM to our European professional community.  CCLM is
> published on a monthly basis and is the most relevant Journal on
> Clinical Chemistry in Europe; it is a valuable and updated source of
> knowledge for the professionals in the field, well recognized all over
> the world.  The CCLM 2016 Impact Factor is 3.432.  With kindest
> regards, MariaStella Graziani Chair EFLM Communication CommitteeA new
> issue of ‘Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (CCLM)’ is
> available online from De Gruyter Online: Volume 55, Issue s2 (Oct
> 2017)IFCC WorldLab Durban 2017: Abstracts Issue Click on the following
> links to view the new contents:Committees Contents Laboratory
> Reference Intervals: Global Initiatives and Harmonization Challenges
> Applying Big Data in the Improvement of Laboratory Practice Affordable
> diagnostics for Africa Risk Management and its utility in the clinical
> laboratory Recent advances in standardisation Plenary Lecture Liquid
> Biopsy: circulating plasma free DNA
> (cfDNA) as a novel prognostic and diagnostic marker in disease states
> Frontiers in endocrinology Biomarkers in urological cancer Evidenced
> Based Laboratory Medicine (EBLM); a global perspective Genomic
> analysis in personalized diagnostics Pre-analytical quality work in
medical labs Role of biomarkers in precision medicine Biomarkers in
> clinical chemistry – The omics galaxies Clinical Endocrinology Dengue
> Chicungunya and Zika impact and interventions in Latin American
> countries Clinical Laboratory practice for bone turnover markers
> Advances in TB diagnostics Traceability in laboratory medicine: what
> is it and why is it important?
> Practical aspects of taking laboratory to next step Development of a
> Clinical Case Bank for Promoting the Practice of EBLM Value of
> laboratory medicine in healthcare delivery Advanced glycation end
> products (AGES) in diabetes mellitus and chronic diseases Facing the
> future of Alzheimer’s disease: the value of the medical laboratory
> Training programs for biomedical scientists laboratory medicine
> specialists Interpretation and commenting on clinical chemistry
> results The porphyrias: from clinical presentation to a diagnosis. The
> role of the laboratory profession Emerging challenges of laboratory
> medicine Big data and metabolomics in pediatric laboratory medicine
> Circulating tumor markers: an update Standardization in laboratory
> medicine beyond clinical chemistry Bridging the gaps between
> laboratory medicine & clinical decision making: challenges and
> conundrums:
> an interactive workshop
> ISO accreditation and quality
> assurance
> Improvement in clinical laboratory services:
> approaches to adding value
> The evolution of lab medicine in the Arabic countries Closing Lecture
> Educational Workshop Abstracts Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs)
> in diabetes mellitus and chronic disease Advances in TB diagnostics
> Affordable diagnostics for Africa Alzheimer’s Disease Applying big
> Data to Improve Laboratory Practice Big data and metabolomics
> Biomarkers in cancer/ Circulating tumour markers Biomarkers in
> precision medicine Bridging the gaps between laboratory medicine and
> clinical decision making: challenges and conundrums Clinical
> Laboratory Practice for Bone Turnover markers Emerging challenges of
> Laboratory Medicine Evidence-based laboratory medicine Frontiers in
> endocrinology High sensitivity cardiac troponin assays HIV
> Implementing Cancer Genomics in Low Resource Settings Improvement in
> clinical laboratory services:
> Approaches to adding value
> Infections
> and diabetes
> Interpretation and Commenting on Clinical Chemistry Results: An
> interactive workshop ISO accreditation and quality assurance
> Laboratory Reference Intervals: Global Initiatives and Harmonization
> challenges Liquid biopsy and circulating free plasma DNA Metabolomics
> and biomarkers Miscellaneous Personalized and precision medicine
> Porphyrias Pre and Post analytical quality Risk Management and its
> utility in the clinical laboratory Standardization in laboratory
> medicine beyond clinical chemistry Strategic Planning for Evaluation
> and Assessment of Internal and External quality control Performance
> Traceability in laboratory medicine Training programmes for biomedical
> scientists and laboratory medicine specialist Value of Laboratory
> Medicine in Healthcare Delivery
>  European Federation of
> Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine
> (EFLM)  Silvia Cattaneo – Via Carlo

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