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Learn how to provide useful comments to aid clinical interpretation of laboratory results. Topic: Tumor Markers

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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.

Back by popular demand! Prof. Ken Sikaris, our guest speaker for Wednesday 8th December, will focus on Tumor Marker tests commonly run in the clinical laboratory. *Note date changed from 20th Oct to 8th Dec*

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

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Assoc. Prof. Kenneth. A. Sikaris, MBBS, FRCPA, FAACB, FFSc, is Director of Chemical Pathology at Melbourne Pathology, Australia, and Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology at Melbourne University.

A/Prof Sikaris has been Chair of the RCPAQAP Chemistry and Key Incident Programs, and is an examiner for the AACB and the RCPA Faculty of Science. He has been Chair of the IFCC Committee on Analytical Quality, and a member of the IFCC Committee on Reference Intervals and Decision Limits.

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Organiser APFCB Asia Pacific Federation for Clinical Biochem

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