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 Tennessee’s Annual Laboratory Conference (TALC)

March 9-10, 2018

10+ hours of PACE Continuing Education Credits

Free student activities available

 

AUSTIN PEAY STATE UNIVERSITY

601 College Street

Clarksville, TN 37044

Sundquist Science Complex

(Corner of 8th and College St.) 

PARKING INFORMATION

Lots 7, 8, & 9
http://www.apsu.edu/map/pdf/MapParkingAreas_2017.pdf

MEETING REGISTRATION
https://form.jotform.com/72765827724165

ASCLS Member Full registration - $175 One Day - $100 

Non Member Full registration - $270 One Day - $135 

Student Member Full registration - $15 Student non-member Full registration - $30

ACCOMMODATIONS

RIVERVIEW INN

50 College St., Clarksville, TN 37040
http://theriverviewinn.com/

Reservation Code: TALC 2018

$84/night

Book By 2/9/18

Tennessee Annual Laboratory Conference (TALC) 2018, Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN
 
Thursday, March 8th         
 
7:30pm                                  ASCLS-TN Board of Directors Meeting (SSC D237)
 
Friday, March 9th
 
8am                                        Registration
 
9-10am                                  Keynote: Why ASCLS? What’s New with Laboratory Regulations?
Judy Davis ASCLS Lifetime Achievement Nominee, Government Affairs (SSC E106)
 
10-10:45am                         ASCLS-TN Awards and Business Meeting (SSC E106)
 
10:45-11:45am                   Session #1 The 12 Quality System Essentials (QSE):  How they provide a framework for your QA Manual, and Quality Indicators for Measuring Process Performance. Russell “Rusty” Bowden (SSC E106)
 
11:45-12:45pm                   Lunch with Vendors SSC Atrium
 
12:45-1:30pm                      Student Poster Session (2 CE credits) SSC Atrium
 
1:30-2:30pm                        Breakout sessions:
                                                Session #2 Newborn Genetic Screening. Blanca Martinez (SSC E203)
                                                Session #3 To Fast or Not to Fast: That is the Question Jane Semler (SSC E205)
Session #4 Sentinel Labs and Epidemiology – Prevention, Treatment and Surveillance Rusty Bowden (SSC E206)
 
2:30-3:30pm                        Session #5 What you always wanted to know about the Tennessee Med Lab Board Patti Walton (SSC E106)
 
4pm-6pm                              Microbiology: The Art of Making Fine Spirits Perry Scanlan @Old Glory Distilling: Tour ($7/person)
 
4pm-6pm                              Light Reception with cash bar at Old Glory Distilling, 451 Alfred Thun Rd, Clarksville, TN 37040
 
Dinner on your own or in groups
 
 
Saturday, March 10th
 
Registration 8am
 
9am-10am                            Procalcitonin and Antibiotic Stewardship J. Eric Stanford (SSC E106) ASCLS Voices Under 40 Award Winner 2017
 
10-2pm                                  Student Bowl/ Student Activities (SSC E208)
 
10:15-11:15                         Breakout sessions:
Session #6 Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Modern Diagnostics for an Age-Old Problem Bethany Kent  (SSC E203)
                                                Session #7 Ovarian Cancer Screening : A Continuing Conundrum Kimberly Helton (SSC 205)
 
11:15-12:00                         Lunch with Vendors and Poster session (Lunch boxes)
 
12:00-12:30                         Student Poster Session (2 CE credits) SSC Atrium
 
 
12:30-1:30                            Breakout sessions:
                                                Session #8 How long do red blood cells survive after a transfusion? Eleanor Jator (SSC 203)
Session #9 Medical Laboratory Professionals Contributions to Antibiotic Resistance and Using Licensure as a Tool for RemediationHeather Phillips (SSC E205)
 
1:45-2:45                              Session #10 Platelet Manufacturing and Pathogen ReductionSandy Miselem (SSC 203)
Session #11 Pseudohyperkalemia in a Non-compliant CLL PatientRobin Latchem (SSC E205)
 
3:00-4:00                              Closing Session:  Professionalism: A Hero’s Journey Rebecca Rogers (SSC E106)
 
 
Important Information
 
Meeting Location: Austin Peay State University, 601 College St. Clarksville, TN 37044 – Sunquist Science Complex (Corner of 8th and College) Free Parking:
 
 
 
Meeting Hotel:
 
Riverview Inn
50 College St.
Clarksville, TN 37040
1-877-48-RIVER
 

 


 

Perry M. Scanlan President-Elect ASCLS-TN

 Perry M. Scanlan Ph.D., MLS(ASCP)CM

Professor and Program Director

Austin Peay State University

College of Science and Mathematics- Department of Allied Health Sciences

Medical Laboratory Science Program

P.O. 4668

Clarksville, TN 37044

931-221-6495

Fax: 931-221-6452

scanlanp@apsu.edu 

 

NOTICE 

Here is the application for STUDENT BOWL 

 /documents/2017_student_bow_registration_form.docx

 

 

  

 

 

 

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