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Learn how to provide useful comments to aid clinical interpretation of laboratory results. Topic: SPEP Part 2 + Free Light Chains

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In this webinar series on Interpretative Commenting, chemical pathology experts will discuss how to interpret laboratory test results, and add useful comments to the lab report, using only the minimal information available to the clinical laboratory.

Dr. Nilika Wijeratne, our guest speaker, will complete her lecture on serum protein electrophoresis (SPEP), then discuss free light chain (FLC) assays and interpretation of FLC results.

Certificate of Attendance will be available to all participants who complete the post-webinar feedback form.

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Dr Nilika Wijeratne is a Chemical Pathologist at Dorevitch Pathology, Melbourne, Australia. She is also an Honorary Chemical Pathologist in Monash Health and an Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Medicine, Monash University.

Dr Wijeratne is a member of the RCPAQAP Advisory Committee on Patient Report Comments and Multidisciplinary Working Party on Monoclonal Gammopathy. She is a RCPA College Examiner and NATA assessor.

Video of SPEP Masterclass Part 1:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dIYLNgENeffMrUm1mAiUX8EVPyAQbtgw

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