The company will contribute to the theme “Quality in clinical laboratories in times of pandemic”, talking about the analytical observations identified in the Proficiency Testing for Covid-19
On September 8, at the 2nd Virtual Congress of the Brazilian Society of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (SBPC/ML), Controllab will participate in the roundtable “Quality in clinical laboratories in times of pandemic (MR02)”.
Jessica Gomes, Controllab’s Research and Development manager, will represent the company as a speaker in one of the activity’s blocks, talking about “Proficiency Testing for Covid-19: analytical observations and discussion”.
The expert will take relevant data about the performance of the analytical systems in the Proficiency Testing for SARS-CoV-2 in the different methods reported, extracting information that contributes to the analytical routines.
“It is important to address these issues, as even after more than a year of the pandemic, increasing changes continue to occur and require continuous routine monitoring and evaluation to ensure the reliability of the results released by the laboratories. As well as, with the appearance of the variants, it became essential to evaluate the performance of the systems in this scenario and the capacity to correctly detect the virus”, informs Jessica.
The roundtable will start at 5pm, with the coordination of Dr. Claudia Maria Meira Dias, who is also a speaker. In addition to the Controllab representative and Dr. Claudia, Guilherme F. Oliveira and Amanda Almeida Fernandes will join the activity. They will discuss the impacts of the pandemic on Accreditation Programs, learning and contributions of the pandemic in risk management and biological collection in diverse environments.
The activity will take place on September 8th (Wednesday), in room 02. The content will be divided into four blocks, followed by a discussion that attributes dynamism and diversity of knowledge to those enrolled.
This roundtable is part of the congress’ innovative and highly relevant scientific grid, which has the central theme “DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: trends and challenges in laboratory medicine”.
To participate, register on this link.