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01 November 2018

Standardization and quality assurance hit the heights in China

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16 October 2018

Traceability in laboratory medicine highlighted in two more countries

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03 September 2018

JCTLM membership continues to grow

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26 June 2018

Sharing information on reference materials and reference methods in haematology

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18 April 2018

Publication of the JCTLM Newsletter for 2018

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05 April 2018

Standardization in Laboratory Medicine and Patient Safety

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19 March 2018

Greater global reach for traceability in laboratory medicine

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28 February 2018

Commutability explained

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24 January 2018

JCTLM annual report for 2017

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17 January 2018

How can you explain traceability in laboratory medicine to your clinician users?

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5 January 2018

JCTLM membership continues to grow 

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11/05/2018
Standardization and quality assurance hit the heights in China

10/16/2018
Traceability in laboratory medicine highlighted in two more countries

09/03/2018
JCTLM membership continues to grow

06/26/2018
Sharing information on reference materials and reference methods in haematology

04/18/2018
Publication of the JCTLM Newsletter for 2018

04/05/2018
Standardization in Laboratory Medicine and Patient Safety

03/19/2018
Greater global reach for traceability in laboratory medicine

02/28/2018
Commutability explained

01/24/2018
JCTLM annual report for 2017

01/22/2018
How can you explain traceability in laboratory medicine to your clinician users?

01/12/2018
JCTLM membership continues to grow


12/22/2017
Accurate Results for Patient Care Workshop: PowerPoint Presentations Available

12/11/2017
Report on the ‘Accurate Results for Patient Care Workshop 2017’

11/29/2017
PowerPoint presentations available from recent conferences

11/13/2017
JCTLM membership reaching across the globe

09/29/2017
JCTLM workshop December 2017: invitation to attend

09/11/2017
New series of JCTLM webinars – freely available

09/06/2017
Two New JCTLM Stakeholder Members

08/02/2017
Traceability in laboratory medicine: a global driver for accurate results for patient care

07/21/2017
Analytical performance specifications for external quality assessment

07/14/2017
In Vitro Diagnostic Device Regulation (IVDR)

07/05/2017
Harmonization: its time has come

06/27/2017
Three new stakeholder members

06/22/2017
Four PowerPoint presentations from JCTLM symposium

06/07/2017
Invitation to participate in the JCTLM conference: 4-5 December 2017

05/30/2017
Standardization and harmonization of methods: a new webinar provides clarity

05/29/2017
Glossary of terms used in traceability in laboratory medicine

05/23/2017
The pillars of standardization: a new freely available webinar

05/12/2017
The central role of EQA in harmonisation and standardisation for laboratory medicine

03/29/2017
The 4th JCTLM Database Newsletter was published in March 2017

03/15/2017
Laboratory medicine training should include method standardization

03/10/2017
Traceability in laboratory medicine makes an impression in Latin America

03/02/2017
Risk, error and uncertainty: laboratory quality management in the age of metrology

03/01/2017
Metrological traceability of assays and comparability of patient test results

02/06/2017
Getting the Right Answer – The Importance of Traceability

02/01/2017
Standardization of Laboratory Tests in Korea

01/27/2017
Traceability in Athens

01/25/2017
Webinar on traceability published

01/19/2017
Why Become a JCTLM Member Organization?

01/18/2017
Launch of ‘JCTLM TEP website’

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Webinars on traceability published 

A series of webinars on traceability in laboratory medicine and method standardization/harmonization have been published on the IFCC e-Academy. The webinars are freely available from the RESOURCES section of this website

 

 

Become a JCTLM Member organization

Some 40 organizations are already Members of JCTLM. However, JCTLM is keen to expand this figure. JCTLM Membership is free of charge and is open to organizations which are authorities in their fields and interested in global harmonization of clinical laboratory results. Further details are available here