Enrollees in this pre-congress course will improve their interpretation of Quality Control data and learn about features that streamline their analyses
Next Saturday, September 4, starting at 2pm, Controllab will be present in another pre-congress course. This time with a focus on analytical quality, the company will have the participation of three specialists to speak on the topic: “Analytical quality of laboratory systems: what does quality control data teach us? (CP10)”.
Structured from real cases obtained from Quality Control (Proficiency Testing, Internal Control and Quality Specification), the class will be a unique opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences to help participants to enhance their interpretation of analytical data in their routine.
Why participate in the Analytical Quality of Laboratory Systems course?
The content will help subscribers to apply rules compatible with the behavior of the data for Internal Control. In the Proficiency Testing, the theme will be to improve the analytical routine from the verification of reports.
Crossing the information obtained in these two tools is a challenge, that’s why the course will end with Analytical Management, explaining how to carry out in a simplified way an effective monitoring of the analytical processes.
“Looking at quality control data, extracting information from them that will help to assess the analytical performance of systems and improve the analytical routine of exams is an activity that requires time and resources from the laboratory. In this course, we will discuss data behavior aiming to improve interpretations and present mechanisms to optimize these analyses”, explains Claudio Bastos, activity coordinator and supervisor of Service Management of Controllab.
Registration closes on Wednesday (09/01/21), guarantee your participation now!