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Free Continuing Education Credit for Reading Selected CLN Articles


June 2023

Understanding Laboratory Automation in Clinical Microbiology 
Do Young Kim, MD 

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May 2023

Is TEG the Right Assay?
Oksana Volod, MD

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April 2023

A New Era in Post-Transplant Monitoring
B Marc J. Rumpler, MS, PhD, DABCC (TC, MD), FADLM, NRCC (CC), DLM(ASCP)SC, Christopher McCloskey, MPH, and Christopher Lawrence, BSc, MBBS, LLM, MD(Res), FRCP

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March 2023

Personalizing HIV Testing through Machine Learning
By Sarah Wheeler, PhD, FADLM

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January/February 2023

Controlling Your Chaos
By Frederick G. Strathmann, PhD, MBA, DABCC (CC, TC), and Pranay Kumar, MBA, PMP

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December 2022

Improving Chronic Kidney Disease Care for All
By Danyel H. Tacker, PhD, and Matthew D. Krasowski, MD, PhD

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November 2022

Implementing High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin
By Brandon R. Allen, MD, FACEP, Stacy G. Beal, MD, David E. Winchester, MD, FACC, FACP, FASNC, and Martin P. Than, MBBS, FACEM

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Comparing Analytical Performance of High-Sensitivity Troponin Assays
By Kang Xiong-Hang, PhD, and Amy K. Saenger, PhD, DABCC, FAAC

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September 2022

Dried Blood Spots and Beyond
By Kyana Y. Garza, PhD, and William Clarke, PhD, DABCC, FADLM

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July/August 2022

Managing Sickle Cell Disease
By Sean T. Campbell, PhD, DABCC, FADLM, Susanna Curtis, MD, PhD, and Zahra Shajani-Yi, PhD, DABCC, FADLM, NRCC-CC

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Remaining Hurdles in Body Fluid Testing
By Darci R. Block, PhD, DABCC, FADLM

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AACC designates 0.5 ACCENT® credit hours for the mini-review article in each monthly issue of Clinical Laboratory News. By claiming continuing education credit for this activity, you are affirming that you have read the article in its entirety.

Target Audience: clinical laboratory directors, administrators, managers, and clinical laboratory scientists; anyone involved in the in vitro diagnostics industry or regulatory and business affairs for in vitro diagnostics, hospital administrators.

Learning Objectives: After reading a Clinical Laboratory News mini-review, the readers should be able to describe, based on the content of the article, relevant emerging trends in clinical laboratory management, test utilization, assays and instrumentation; as well as how relevant medical guidelines and patient needs are influencing laboratory medicine.