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Webinars and Teleconferences
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APHL Webinars are a cost-effective way for your entire lab or institution to receive continuing education credits, either at the live broadcast or online later. Continuing education credits (P.A.C.E.®, FL Lab CE and CPH) are available for most of the courses. Your site registration fee entitles you to one connection to the live webinar, handout materials AND 6 months unlimited access (and CEUs) for everyone at your site. Can’t do webinars? Your site still can participate by phone and hear the live broadcast. If you can’t attend the live broadcast, you have the option to register your site for the 6 months of access (and CEUs).

NEW! All webinars scheduled for 2014 have an individual registration fee for the previously recorded courses! You pay $25 and an individual can get access and continuing education credit for the program. Most are available for CPH re-certification credits as well as laboratory credits! 

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****HOT TOPICS!!! REGISTER TODAY AT A REDUCED PRICE!****

MERS: What Every Laboratory Needs to Know!
Continued Expansion of Chikungunya - A Public Health Perspective

CALENDAR OF UPCOMING WEBINARS

Select a course title below for a complete description, the course brochure and to register your site. For additional savings, a few courses are part of a series. Register as a series and receive a discount! See below for all the listings. If you have questions regarding the content of any webinars, email webinar@aphl.org.

December

December 2, 2014: Use of Chromogenic Agar in the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory
HRCLSILogoRBlue.jpgDecember 4, 2014: CLSI's Guide to Planning Lab Operations During A Disaster
December 9, 2014: Fungal Clinical Cases: New Lessons

January

January 27, 2015: The Enterovirus D68 Outbreak and Associated Laboratory Testing

February

February 3, 2015: TB and TB Laboratory Assays in the 21st Century
HRCLSILogoRBlue.jpgFebruary 4 OR 5, 2015: CLSI 2015 Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing Update
February 10, 2015: Mycobacteria Susceptibility Testing: New Drugs, New Methods, New Complexities and New Nuances
February 17, 2015: Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) – A New Exciting World
February 24, 2015: Bordetella pertussis:Resurgence of an Old Disease

March

March 5, 2015: Specimen Processing in Clinical Microbiology: What’s new?
March 17, 2015: The Value of Postmortem Microbiology Cultures
March 24, 2015: AST & Reporting for Fastidious or Infrequently Isolated Bacteria
March 31, 2015: Tick-borne Viral Diseases in the United States

April

April 7, 2015: Emerging Mosquito-borne Viruses in the United States
April 14, 2015: Medically Important Arthropod Ectoparasites
April 28, 2015: MDRO: Where are We with Detection and Reporting in 2015? 

May

May 3, 2015: What to Expect as an Expert Witness
May 12, 2015: Clinical Case Mysteries in Virology - Why I Stay Awake at Night
May 26, 2015: Current Multi Test Algorithms for Infectious Disease Serologies

June

June 9, 2015: Lab Confirmation of Measles in Highly Vaccinated Populations
June 16, 2015: Laboratory Diagnostic Testing for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea & Syphilis

September

September 29, 2015: Anaerobic Microbiology: Its Survival in Today’s World

October

October 27, 2015: 2015 Influenza Update

November

November 3, 2015: Quality Management for the Medical Microbiology Laboratory
November 10, 2015: Clinical Lab Opportunities for Sepsis Management

December

December 1, 2015: What's New in the Antibiotics Arena?
December 8, 2015: Best Practices in Clinical Laboratory Safety

SERIES AVAILABLE

You are also able to register for a series at a discounted rate. Below are the series available and the programs included in each series. Select a title below for additional details or to register.

Mycobacteria Series
February 3, 2015: TB and TB Laboratory Assays in the 21st Century
February 10, 2015: Mycobacteria Susceptibility Testing: New Drugs, New Methods, New Complexities and New Nuances
February 17, 2015: Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) – a New Exciting World

Archived Webinars

Review our listing of previously recorded webinars. Most are available for CE credit for six months after the date of the original broadcast. NEW! For most 2014 webinars, there is an individual self-study registration option, and most archived webinars provide your choice of laboratory (P.A.C.E.®), Florida laboratory or CPH re-certification credits.