January 23-24, 2019
Emerging Infectious Diseases Workshop
Location: Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel, Denver, CO
The National Ebola Training and Education Center combines the resources of health care institutions experienced in treating Ebola to offer training, readiness consultations and expertise to help facilities prepare for Ebola and other special pathogens.

This workshop is beneficial to both healthcare workers and public health professionals. Hospital attendees may include, but are not limited to, medical, laboratory and/or nursing staff, administration, education/training leadership, and infection control leadership. Clinicians focused on special populations, such as Pediatrics and Labor and Delivery, can also benefit from this workshop.

There is no tuition cost for this program. NETEC and its partners are not responsible for any losses incurred by registrants, including but not limited to airfare cancellation or hotel deposits. No travel funding is available to participants from NETEC.

TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS: Please do not make travel arrangements until your workshop registration has been approved.

Click HERE for more information and to register. Please note, registration fills quickly and there may be a wait-list.

February 1, 2019
Western Slope ASCLS-CO Winter Seminar 2019
Location: St. Mary’s Hospital, Grand Junction
The program for the 19th annual Winter Seminar being held at St. Mary’s Hospital has been finalized. This year’s topics are focused on technical subjects as opposed to last year’s management topics. Please see the following website for program information and online registration. If possible, please try to use the online registration through EZ Register for group or individual registration. By doing so, it helps us out quite a bit in the morning during the check-in process.The first 20 people to register will be eligible for a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card.

Attached you will find the program. Handouts for the sessions are not available at this time, please check back on the website as we get closer to the event for any handouts. Feel free to pass along this email to other laboratory professionals that may be interested in gaining CE’s and networking!

Program information can be found HERE (.DOCX) and registration is available NOW through EZRegister. Please email Tracy Matthews directly if you have any questions.

May 2-3, 2019
Clinical Laboratory Collaborative Conference
Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver, Stapleton
This meeting attracts attendees from Colorado and Wyoming, with sessions presented by many nationally recognized and local speakers in all laboratory disciplines. The exhibit hall, filled with local, regional and national clinical laboratory vendors, is always very popular. The meeting is designed to attract the “bench tech,” lab supervisors and managers, lab educators and students. It is an opportunity to learn new things, meet old & new colleagues and view new laboratory products.

CLCC is truly a collaborative effort and is organized and facilitated by local volunteers from each of the sponsoring organizations.

Click HERE for the Save the Date flyer.

October 10-12, 2019
Intermountain States Seminar
Location: Jackson Hole, WY
IMSS 2019: Focus on the Future
The Intermountain States Seminar is a unique convention that started over 50 years ago when the five intermountain states…Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana… joined forces to bring a powerful seminar into being. IMSS is held each fall in the beautiful setting of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We are fortunate to be able to attend such a renowned event.

Region VIII is kind of like family…crazy aunts, nosy in-laws and too many cousins to count…and just like family…there is nowhere else you would rather be! Come see your long-lost “relatives” in Jackson Hole this fall.

Need to print your PACE certificate for a conference or seminar that you recently attended through ASCLS?  Use the National ASCLS Online CEorganizer.