The symposium, created by Alain Feuillu and dedicated to critical care testing and blood gases will occur in june 2021 in Biarritz, coming back to Antlantic Ocean, after a step on Mediterranean side.
Following the success of the 2018 symposium in Anntibes, we rely on your participation and your loyalty to come, in a pleasant setting, sharing with the best French and international experts of « Critical care testing ».
The program organization according to the avancement we already proposed, starting by clinical needs in critical situations, then covering technological innovations and ending by solutions for quality management, seems to be essential and will be maintained in 3 sessions scheduled on Thursday and Friday.
A round table on the « hot topic » of the mandatory 22870 accreditation for 100 % of tests in 2020 will also allow a constructive discussion with representatives of supervisory authorities and professional organizations.
Michel Vaubourdolle, Pharm.D., Ph.D.
President of the International Symposium « Critical Care Testing and Blood Gases »
General Secretary of "Association pour l’Innovation en Science et Analyse" (AISA)
Head of Department of Biochemistry – Hospitals Saint Antoine, Tenon et Trousseau DMU BioGeM - AP-HP.SorbonneUniversité - Paris Chair of WG SFBC « Accréditation » and « Biologie d’urgence » Chairman then expert/consultant of EFLM WG « ISO/Accreditation » Member of IFCC Committee C-POCT Technical assessor 15189-22870 COFRAC Member of Committee of Healhcare Section of COFRAC
Christian Aussel, Pharm.D., Ph.D.
Vice-President of the International Symposium « Critical Care Testing and Blood Gases »
Treasurer of "Association pour l’Innovation en Science et Analyse" (AISA)
Hospital specialist in Laboratory Medicine Head of Biochemistry Laboratory – Hospital Saint-Antoine DMU BioGeM - AP-HP.SorbonneUniversité - Paris Head of pre-postexamination units - sites Saint-Antoine and Rothschild