KnowledgeLab 2017 Poster Information

If you are bringing a poster to present at KnowledgeLab 2017, you are responsible for creating and printing, hanging, and removing your poster. Here are some quick facts that were included in your Poster Agreement:

  • Poster Dimensions:  4’ (vertical) x 4’ (horizontal) - Bulletin boards will be provided to display your poster.
  • Poster Presentation Location:  Tennessee Lobby A (located outside the exhibt hall) 
  • Author Times for Hanging Posters:  Sunday, March 26, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Attendee Viewing Times:
    • Monday, March 27, 10:00am – 2:00pm
    • Tuesday, March 28, 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • “Meet the Author” Poster Sessions*:
    • Meet the Author Session – Monday, March 27, 10:00 am – 11:00 am  
    • Meet the Author Session – Tuesday, March 28, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
  • Poster Removal: To assure your poster does not get thrown away at the end of exhibit hall hours on Tuesday, March 28, please be sure to come and retrieve your poster by 1:00pm. CLMA does not keep any posters that are not collected.

No honorarium, travel funds, or registration fees are provided for accepted poster abstract presenters. Please contact speakers@clma.org if you have any questions! 

 

Poster Presentations

ICE 1: Effectiveness of Positive Patient Identification System to Reduce Mislabeled Laboratory Specimens Mary Hotaling, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)DLM, CPHQ
ICE 2: Avoiding Re-Hospitalization one hip and heart at a time Kristine Evans, PBT(ASCP)
ICE 3: Improving Laboratory Quality Indicators using LEAN Initiatives Joshua Soper
ICE 4: ESR Vs CRP: Appropriate Test Utilization in Pediatric Emergency Departments and Urgent Care Clinics Sean Tucker, MLS(ASCP), MBA
ICE 5: Improving Clinical Outcomes Utilizing Improved Technology in Microbiology Wendy Williams
ICE 6: Prevalence of Mycoplasma genitalium in clinical specimen using a Nucleic Acid Amplified Test (NAAT) Machelle Petit
ICE 7: Adding Value: Turnaround Time Reduction Project Christina Zaleski
ICE 8: Cases Demonstrate One Laboratory's Experience with Internal Quality Metrics Christina Zaleski
ICE 9: Establishment of haemoglobinopathy screening centre in semi urban locality from India Mrinalini Sanjeev Patwardhan, Ph.D.
ICE 10: Evidence Based Practice Improvements for Phlebotomists and Laboratory  Julie R. Piazza, MS, CCLS
ICE 11: Laboratory Results Interface: EHR Test Methods for CLIA Compliance Megan Sawchuk, MT(ASCP)
ICE 12: Lower your shields: Partnership for Patient Centered Care Between Pathology and Emergency Department Joseph Gerard Keary, Sr, MS, MBA
ICE 13: Using Patient Safety Reports (PSRS) to Become a High Reliability Organization (HRO)  Amanda H Giambanco, 2D lt, USAF, MLS(ASCP)
ICE 14: A Curious Case of Contrary Concentrations: Drug Interaction versus Genetic Polymorphism Joshua Paul Schrecker, PharmD
14: Integration of a customer relationship management (CRM) solution and a laboratory information system (LIS) to consolidate laboratory-related phone calls and transfer the responsibility for notification of critical lab values to the lab client service Donna Cooper
15: The Impacts of Integrating Project Management Principles in Laboratory Operations Sarah Coble, PMP
16: Personalized strategies in the Clinical Science Leadership business: What does it take to win? Ken Gonzales, CPT
17: Armed Services Blood Donor Customer Care: Using Objective Data to focus recruitment efforts and Dono Melanie Sloan, MT (ASCP) SBB
18: Health care providers’ Satisfaction with the Clinical Laboratory Service of Nekemte Referral Hospita Eyasu Ejeta Duken
19: Implement Rapid Process Improvement Processes to Improve Quality, Cost, and Staff Engagement Jina Forys
20: Comparing Operational Efficiency of Two Pretransfusion Analyzers Barbara J Bachman, MS, MT(ASCP)SBB, MBB(DA)
21: Using Six Sigma and A3 Thinking to Improve Client Services through Reduction in Receiving Exceptions Cheryl Hild, Ph.D.
22: Decreasing Risk in Point of Care Sites by Implementing Information Technology Solutions Eva Calero
23: The Effect of Burnout on the Turnover Intention of Clinical Laboratory Employees in Florida Tasia Hilton, Ph.D., MA, MLS(ASCP)
24: Reduction of Solvent Usage and Hazardous Waste in the Laboratory Patrick Campbell 
25: Advances in the Use of Whole Blood in Combat Trauma Resuscitation Jason Corley, MS, MT(ASBP)SBB
26: Using Accuracy Data to Drive Change in POCT Platforms Sarah Matthews 
27: Reduction of QC Material Consumption During a Laboratory Process Change Kristie Shafer
28: Validating Non- Standard Body Fluids on Chemistry Analyzers in a Clinical Laboratory Lindsay A Tate, MLS(ASCP)
29: A Process Improvement Project Based on the Updated Guidance for the Management of Myocardial Infarct Tiffany Nguyen, Ph.D. 
30: P9 - Bioscience Research Technician: Keep Calm, We're Researching That! Bobby W. Edmond, Chief Instructor, A/N MEDLAB Program