Thank you to the clinical laboratory professionals and experts in the lab medicine community for attending the 28th AACC International CPOCT Symposium: Meeting Evolving Patient Needs Using Point-of-Care Testing, September 21-23, 2022, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Your participation helped make the in-person conference a success! Explore the program and faculty pages to take a look back or discover what you missed!
The posters from the event are published in The Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine (JALM) and can be accessed here. If you wish to cite posters from the meeting, you may cite:
The whole article: Nichols JH. Abstracts from the 28th AACC International CPOCT Symposium: Meeting evolving patient needs using point-of-care testing. J Appl Lab Med 2023;8:431-4.
Individual poster presentations: Nichols, JH. (2022 September). Prevalence of hemolyzed whole blood potassium results in acute care settings. Poster presented at the 28th AACC International CPOCT Symposium, Montreal, Canada.
We hope to see you in two years! Dates and program info will be posted here, please check back for updates!
The world of critical and point-of-care testing (CPOCT) is driven by the need for accurate, rapid diagnosis that is integrated into healthcare systems. To meet this need, new and emerging CPOCT technologies are continually advancing the field with an increasing global adoption in many healthcare settings. Laboratory professionals are central to the successful application of these new and emerging technologies and staying up to date is essential.
Amidst the global pandemic, the International CPOCT meeting brings timely topics on lessons of the pandemic, delivering healthcare in new ways, patient driven care in a data driven world and evolving clinical needs for POCT. Our experts will provide real time examples of meeting the ever-evolving challenges the pandemic continues to create.
Join us at the Association for Diagnostics & Laboratory Medicine’s (formerly AACC) longstanding International CPOCT Symposium in Montreal, Canada. Over two full conference days, you will have opportunities to learn the latest in POCT from interdisciplinary experts, engage with companies in the exhibit hall, and network with peers during poster hall receptions. The symposium promises to deliver stimulating discussions on the latest science and cutting-edge technological advances through a keynote lecture, scientific sessions, panel discussions, and interactive poster receptions.
Registration includes access to sessions, poster hall, and exhibit hall as well as electronic conference materials, breakfasts, lunches, and evening receptions.
This symposium is designed to meet the needs of laboratory professionals overseeing and/or carrying out point-of-care testing, clinical laboratory physicians, supervisors, managers, regulatory personnel, and other laboratory professionals interested in advances in point-of-care testing.
At the conclusion of this symposium, participants will be able to
- Discover how POCT is evolving to meet changing clinical needs.
- Realize the growing use of POCT in the community.
- Explore novel ways that POCT data is personalizing healthcare.
- Identify the challenges and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please note, poster abstract submissions are currently closed for the upcoming meeting.
This signature ADLM meeting explores practical and promising applications of POCT for clinical decision making. ADLM’s International CPOCT Symposium planning committee invites participants to submit their work for presentation at the meeting as a poster. Registration is not required to submit but is required to present if accepted. Poster abstracts across the breadth of POCT will be considered with emphasis in the following areas:
- Direct-to-Consumer Testing
- New and emerging technologies
- Outcome based POCT testing in various healthcare settings
- POCT and molecular diagnostics, microbiology, and toxicology
- POCT for emergency preparedness and resource limited settings
- POCT for infectious disease, chronic and acute disease management
- Practical applications of POCT: Data driven solutions for improved outcomes
DISCLOSURES AND STATEMENT OF INDEPENDENCE
ADLM is dedicated to ensuring balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all educational activities. All participating planning committee members and faculty are required to disclose to the program audience any financial relationships related to the subject matter of this program. Disclosure information is reviewed in advance in order to manage and resolve any possible conflicts of interest. The intent of this disclosure is to provide participants with information on which they can make their own judgments.
Faculty disclosures of relevant financial relationship(s) will be provided in respective presentation and program materials.
All recommendations involving clinical medicine are based on evidence accepted within the profession of medicine as adequate justification for their indications and contraindications in the care of patients; AND/OR all scientific research referred to or reported in support or justification of a patient care recommendation that conforms to generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection, and analysis.
This education activity will be submitted to ADLM for approval of up to 9.0 ACCENT credits.
SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION STATEMENT
Verification of Participation certificates are provided to registered participants based on completion of the activity, in its entirety, and the activity evaluation. For questions regarding continuing education, please email email@example.com.