The ICCS Advocacy Committee requests your participation in the Workload Survey for Clinical Flow Cytometry Laboratories. This is so they can better advocate for clinical flow cytometry laboratories. The survey will allow the committee to gather and publish information related to current workload volumes, staffing, increasing high complexity assays and the capacity of laboratories to meet regulatory requirements.
Intended for individuals ranging from technologists and supervisors to trainees and pathologists, this course is designed to broaden the understanding of what it takes to start and maintain a high quality flow cytometry laboratory, how to optimize flow cytometric data, and how to identify problems with flow cytometric data.
Coming May 2023
The ICCS Annual Meeting & Course is designed for Laboratory Directors, Physicians, Laboratory Managers and Supervisors, Clinical Laboratory Scientists/Medical Technologists, and Residents/ Fellows. This year's meeting will offer the option of remote live attendance.
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The Advocacy Committee proactively identifies regulatory, reimbursement and practice challenges.
The ICCS Quality and Standards committee is dedicated to the optimization of fundamental flow cytometric testing components.