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AACC Middle East 2023 to Explore Latest Trends in Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 29 Sep 2023
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Image: AACC Middle East is a two-day conference that brings the latest in laboratory medicine to the Middle East region (Photo courtesy of ADLM)
Image: AACC Middle East is a two-day conference that brings the latest in laboratory medicine to the Middle East region (Photo courtesy of ADLM)

The AACC Middle East Conference and Exposition will be held by the Association for Diagnostics & Laboratory Medicine (ADLM - formerly AACC, Washington, DC, USA) in partnership with Life Dx (Abu Dhabi, UAE) on October 7-8, 2023, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Dubai, UAE. At AACC Middle East 2023, attendees will have the chance to engage with industry leaders, healthcare experts, and academics in the field of clinical pathology and laboratory medicine. The exhibit area will attract over 1,000 attendees and feature leading companies in the In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) sector.

The two-day conference will focus on emerging topics particularly relevant to the Middle East region, while the exposition will showcase the most recent advancements in various aspects such as mobile health, molecular diagnostics, mass spectrometry, next-generation sequencing, point-of-care technologies, and automation. The conference agenda includes educational programs and a dynamic exposition, featuring the newest trends in clinical lab medicine, diagnostics, and best practices from experts. Topics to be discussed range from infectious diseases and big data analytics to prenatal emerging technologies, along with core laboratory practices like sample transportation, lab management, and quality assurance. Each session will feature knowledgeable speakers from AACC's scientific leadership. The event offers a unique opportunity for attendees to network with peers and experts, both from the United States and the Middle East, to exchange insights on the latest in laboratory medicine.

AACC Middle East is tailored for a diverse audience including physicians, lab supervisors, lab directors and their assistants, lab managers, medical technologists, pathologists, immunologists, fellows, residents, and those in training, among other healthcare professionals with an interest in laboratory medicine. Participants will have the chance to explore the latest research and technologies in the field. They can also gain insights into effective lab management strategies to streamline workflows, improve testing accuracy, and subsequently enhance treatment decisions and patient outcomes. Moreover, attendees will also learn how to adopt modern lab testing methods and technology, along with data-driven practices for preanalytical, analytical, and postanalytical phases of sample processing.

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