October 16-20, 2022 | Tacoma, WA
The APHL 2022 Newborn Screening Symposium will again be in-person. It will also have an online component with live streamed sessions from Tacoma. It will address state, national and international newborn screening, genetic testing and policy issues important to public health newborn screening systems. Topics include molecular technologies, current and upcoming conditions, quality improvement, communicating with families and the public, and short- and long-term follow-up.
Participants will enhance their knowledge of national and international newborn screening and genetics as related to emerging laboratory
technologies, follow-up, candidate conditions, quality improvement and clinical outcomes.
Up-to-date COVID-19 vaccinations and mask wearing is required at the Newborn Screening Symposium for all in-person attendees, vendors, staff and support personnel. Boosters are recommended but not required. Please bear this in mind before registering for this meeting. Please include your emergency contact information.