FiLM 2019: Programme


Day Two: Wednesday 30th January


​Chair: Robert Michel, Editor-in-Chief, The Dark Report and President, The Dark Intelligence Group, US 

0845

Welcome and opening remarks
Robert Michel


0900

Laboratory Medicine – the Global Perspective
Bill Morice, President of Mayo Medical Laboratories, Departmental Chair for Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, US

0920

The Journey to Pathology 3.0
Branko Perunovic, Clinical Director Pathology Transformation Programme, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Shadow Integrated Care System, UK

0950

Implementing the National Genomics Strategy
Mike Scott, Clinical Director, Haematopathology and Oncology Diagnostic Service, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UK

1020

Personalised reference ranges; developing individualised reference ranges
Piero Rinaldo, Professor of Laboratory Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN, US

1050

Break


How Do I Run My Core Laboratory Better?
UK and US experiences of ensuring laboratories perform optimally; from planning, engaging staff, developing operating models, understand the practical experiences of achieving enhanced quality and increased productivity.

1110

The UK Experience
Chris Charlton, Pathology Service Manager, South of Tyne and Wear Clinical Pathology Services, Clinical Support & Screening Services, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust, UK

1145

The US Experience: leveraging lean to become best-in-class lab performer: how we built a new core lab while integrating lab operations and helping staff embrace a new culture.
Modena Henderson, Vice President, Laboratory Services Atrium Health Charlotte, NC,US

1220

Better commissioning for Laboratory Medicine in the NHS
Neil Anderson, Clinical Director for Clinical Diagnostics and Chief Scientist, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, UK

1245

Lunch


ISO15189

1400

ISO15189 as a structural support to a robust Quality Management System
Chris Allen, Quality Manager, ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City, US

1425

UKAS vision of ISO15189
Ben Courtney, Accreditation Manager, UK Accreditation Service (UKAS), UK

1440

Panel discussion: How do we continue the process of continuous quality improvement and maintain laboratory accreditation in the NHS?


Breakout Sessions

1510

Getting it Right First Time
The GIRFT panel

1510

Workforce pressures; practical solutions and advice
Gwyn McCreanor, Gerhard van Schalkwyk, Jo Martin

1510

ISO15189 and continuous quality improvement
Chris Allen, Ben Courtney

1610

Closing remarks
Robert Michel

1620

Close

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