The below webcasts are not availble as we update our system.


Biochemical Cardiac Tests - Before, During and After the Infarct
Dr. John Heathcote
1 hour, 24 mins


The ABC's of ARO's
Dr. Diane Roscoe MD FRCPC
1h, 21m


The Use of Chemistry Tests for Kidney Disease
Dr. John Heathcote
1 hr, 20mins


ECG Review: ECGs Made Easy
Cathy Dockx, ARCT
54 mins


Hematology: Hot Topics & Morphology Case Studies
Kin Cheng, ART
1 hour 44 mins

 

WEBCASTS

General Webcasts

Chemistry(Refresher Course Individual Chapters)

Hematology(Refresher Course Individual Chapters)

  • Access to educational lectures and presentations
  • View from any computer
  • Handouts and/or powerpoint slides (pdf) are included
  • Limited viewing time access varies per webcast (2weeks - 4 months)

 

General Webcasts:

  • Purchase anytime for viewing access.  Takes 2-4 days to receive link to webcast.
  • 2 week viewing access, pdf slide notes available
  • $50 per person

New Era In Point-of-Care Glucose Testing: Clinical and Regulatory Impact

Research Studies Tackling Challenges in Transfusion Medicine

Are you a Hematology Morphologist or a Profiler?

Diabetes and Metabolic Health in Women

Hormones for the Millennium

Shifting the Paradigm in Health Care

Getting the Most Information from Blood Gas Analysis

Body Fluid Morphology

 

 

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Chemistry Webcasts:

    (single titles from our refresher/bridging course)

  • See Chemistry webcast descriptions here
  • Purchase anytime for immediate viewing access
  • Available for viewing for 4 months after purchase
  • BCSLS members  $49

                (Use Promo code BCSLSmember5873)

  • Non-members $59  

Water and Electrolytes

  • with Dr. Pudek.  1hr 31min

Disorders of Glucose Metabolism

  • with Dr. Pudek.  1 hr 50min

Evaluation of Acid Base Status

  • with Dr. Schreiber.  1hr 33min

Lipoprotein Metabolism

  • with Dr. Holmes.  1 hr 24min

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring & Toxicology

  • with Dr. Cleve.  56min

Understanding Medical Laboratory Quality

  • with Dr. Noble.  1 hr 16min

Kidney Function Tests, Urinalysis and Case Histories

  • with Dr. Pudek.  1hr 53min

Clinical Enzymology & Biomarkers of Cardiac Injury

  • with Dr. Pudek.  1 hr 50min

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Hematology Webcasts:

  

  (single titles from our refresher/bridging course)

  • See Hematology webcast descriptions here
  • Purchase anytime for immediate viewing access
  • Available for viewing for 4 months after purchase
  • BCSLS members  $49

                (Use Promo code BCSLSmember5873)

  • Non-members $59

White Blood Cells

  • with Dr. Sigurdson.  1hr 51min

Red Blood Cells

  • with Dr. Scott.  2 hr 13min

Hemostasis

  • with Dr. Krisinger.  2hr 3min

Blood Platelets and Transfusion Science

  • with Dr. Schubert.  1 hr 48min

Body Fluid Morphology

  • with Dr. Manna.  1hr 1min

Quality Assurance in the Hematology Lab

  • with Kin Cheng / Jim Yakimec.  1 hr 56min

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The Below Webcasts are currently unavailable while we update our system

Biochemical Cardiac Tests - Before, During and After the Infarct

With Dr. John Heathcote. 1 hour, 24 mins. Recorded May, 2006.

May 25, 2006: Biochemical Cardiac Tests, Before, During and After the Infarct by Dr. J Heathcote, Director of Chemistry at BC Biomedical Laboratories, Medical Director of the Riverview Provincial Toxicology Centre, and Regional Biochemist for the Fraser Health Authority will discuss some commonly used cardiac markers that are used to evaluate the future risk of myocardial infarct, the diagnosis of an infarct, and the risk of future adverse events (eg. re-infarct, congestive heart failure) after the event.

View the webcast trailer.

Register online, then return to view the webcast.

The ABC's of ARO's

With Dr. Diane Roscoe MD FRCPC. 1h, 21m. Recorded April, 2006.

April 27 2006: The ABCs of AROs - Antibiotic Resistant Organisms by Dr. Diane Roscoe, MD, Clinical Professor, Division Head Medical Microbiology and Infection Control in the Dept of Pathology & Lab Medicine, UBC/VHHSC. Do you know the ABCs of Antibiotic Resistant Organisms (AROs) - MRSA, VRSA, VRE, ESBL, MDRTB? This seminar will discuss what these organisms are, how we find them in the laboratory, what we do about them, and why we care.

View the webcast trailer.

Register online, then return to view the webcast.

The Use of Chemistry Tests for Kidney Disease

With Dr. John Heathcote. 1 hr, 20mins. Recorded March, 2006.

March 23, 2006: Dr. Heathcote, Director of Chemistry at BC Biomedical Laboratories, Medical Director of the Riverview Provincial Toxicology Centre, and Regional Biochemist for the Fraser Health Authority, provides an overview of the functions of the kidney as they relate to filtration, fluid and electrolyte balance, acid-base homeostasis, and secretion of waste products as well as discusses laboratory tests and their interpretation.

View the webcast trailer.

Register online, then return to view the webcast.

ECG Review: ECGs Made Easy

With Cathy Dockx, ARCT. 54 mins. Recorded September, 2005.

Aimed at laboratory and other health care professionals who use ECGs on a regular basis, but are not experts in the field of Cardiography. Cathy provides an introduction to the workings of the heart, the cardiac cycle, the layout and hook-up of the 12-lead ECG, and helps you recognize basic critical values using actual ECG case study charts.

Cathy Dockx is Cardiac Resource for MDS Metro. She has many years of experience working in public hospital and private medical laboratories as a Cardiology Technologist and as a Medical Laboratory Assistant.

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Register online, then return to view the webcast.

Hematology: Hot Topics & Morphology Case Studies

With Kin Cheng, ART. 1 hour 44 mins. Recorded June, 2005.

Are you tired of seeing and reporting microcytosis, macrocytosis, left shift and band cells? This workshop brings you some interesting cell morphology case studies and hot topics in hematology.

Kin Cheng is Regional Laboratory Scientist in Hematology with the Fraser Health Authority, and a leading light behind the Hematology Interest Group. He has been very active in both the Canadian Society of Medical Laboratory Science and the BC Society of Laboratory Science.

View the webcast trailer.

Register online, then return to view the webcast.