Activity will bring discussion on method verification and validation, as external quality control contributes to laboratory improvement and production and conservation of reference strains
On October 22, Controllab will participate in the round table with the subject “Quality Assurance in Clinical Microbiology” (MR 01) at the Brazilian Congress of Microbiology. The event will be held by the Brazilian Society of Microbiology and will offer a program with national and international speakers of high scientific quality.
In the 31st edition of the congress, the speaker who will represent Controllab will be Shirley Lima, Microbiology manager and will discuss the “Production and conservation of reference strains”.
The activity will start at 2:00pm and will focus on the area of Clinical Microbiology and Hospital Infection. The round table will be coordinated by Elizabeth de Andrade Marques (University of the State of Rio de Janeiro).
Quality assurance: Why participate in the round table?
For those seeking an update on quality assurance in Clinical Microbiology, this will be an opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences for the participants.
Check out the schedule of the activity:
|Verification and validation of method||Carmen Paz Oplustil
Clinical Format – Projects in Diagnostic Medicine
|How external quality control contributes to the improvement of the Laboratory||Cássia Maria Zoccoli
Santa Luzia Medical Laboratory
|Production and conservation of reference strains||Shirley Maria da Silva Lima Controllab – Quality Control for Laboratories|
Knowing about the production and conservation of certified reference strains will give users even more confidence when applying this important tool in their routines. Besides being a requirement in standards, audits, accreditation and inspections, these strains are essential to guarantee the quality of microbiological results.
The congress will be 100% online and the activity will take place on Friday, October 22, from 2:00pm to 03:30pm in room 01. The content will be divided into three blocks, which attribute dynamism and diversity of knowledge to those registered.
Registration closes on October 20th and can be done by clicking on this link. Participate!