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ASM M(icro)OOCs: Integrating Teaching & Research

Series Overview: Funding agencies and faculty have been investigating and supporting the training of undergraduate students through their participation in “authentic research experiences.”  Programs such as the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Science Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science (SEA-PHAGES) program and the Small World Initiative (SWI) are becoming well-known training grounds for undergraduates in the microbiological sciences.  These targeted efforts to involve students in research that is accessible and publishable is an effort to increase student understanding of and retention in the sciences.

Impact of New Microbiology Technology on Patient Outcomes

As diagnostic microbiology laboratories evolve from profit to cost centers in the era of declining reimbursements, the clinical microbiologist will need a better understanding of how technology can impact on the quality of patient care. In this course, we will explore the latest advances in technology for microbiology, some of the issues surrounding these methods, and the overall impact of these newer tests on patient care and health outcomes.

Intermediate Course: Molecular Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Applications and Challenges

This course provides in-depth discussions of current trends and challenges associated with molecular diagnostic methods as they are used and encountered in the clinical microbiology laboratory. Specifically, the course will address issues related to laboratory design/workflow for molecular testing, quality control/assurance programs and proficiency testing, verification and implementation of multiplex tests, quantitative assays and standards, mass spectrometry, and cost analysis. The course will end by highlighting the many technological advances occurring in the field and their potential applications in clinical microbiology.

This course is available as both a live webinar on the presentation date listed for the course. To participate in the webinar you must be in the United States or Canada. This course is also available as a webcast which can be viewed on demand once the live webinar has occurred.

Accreditation Information: This course is also available for continuing education, see the courses description for more information.

Presentation Date:

  • 2015 [17] http://pub2web.metastore.ingenta.com/ns/yearOfPublication 2015
  • 2014 [11] http://pub2web.metastore.ingenta.com/ns/yearOfPublication 2014

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  • Conducting Authentic & Inquiry-Based Research
  • How to Instruct & Assess Scientific Thinking
  • Students as Research Collaborators
  • MOOC - Webinar Series Bundle
  • Multiplex Testing for Respiratory Viruses and the Impact on Patient Care/Outcomes
  • The Microbiome and Its Impact on Human Health
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases and the Role of Hospital and Public Health Laboratories
  • Clostridium difficile Testing-How it is Done can Impact on HAI Rates
  • Multiplex Testing of Blood Cultures and the Impact on Patient Care/Outcomes
  • Multiplex Testing for Enteric Pathogens-Is It Worth It?
  • Rapid Influenza Testing and Its Impact on Patient Care
  • New Testing Algorithms for HIV and the Impact on Public Health
  • Impact of the Laboratory on Reporting of Health Care-Associated Infections
  • Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine Practice Guidelines – A Framework for Justification of Technology
  • Impact of New Microbiology Technology on Patient Outcomes Webinar/Webcast Bundles
  • The Evolution of Reimbursement for Laboratory Testing
  • Cost Analysis and Justification
  • MALDI-TOF: Additional Applications
  • MALDI-TOF: Routine Bacterial Identification
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