Upcoming Live Events...
BC Phlebotomy Symposiums 2017
Vancouver: April 21/22
Victoria: April 23/24
Check out this promo video by Dennis Ernst
1 and 2 day options
BCSLS Member: 2 Day $85, 1 Day $65
Non-Member: 2 Day $105, 1 Day $85
Student: 2 Day $60, 1 Day $50
Where: St. Paul's Hospital
1081 Burrard St, Vancouver
Cullen Family Conference Room
Providence building, Floor 1
Hotel: Century Plaza Hotel & Spa
For a discount call the hotel and ask for the governtment rate ($112), using your government ID/Heath Authority ID
Where: Royal Jubilee Hospital, Begbie Hall,
1952 Bay St, Victoria
Agenda & Abstract
Day 1: LECTURE SERIES, Presented by: BD
Sessions will be presented by BD, Global Leader in Health and Innovation. Providing an array of information
focused on blood collection for both Medical laboratory assistants and Nurses who practice blood collection.
Informative and engaging educational experience for all staff.
Day 2: Dennis Ernst
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- Avoiding Phlebotomy-Related Injuries
- Top Ten Preanalytical Threats to Accurate Results
- What Would You Do?
- What’s New in Phlebotomy?
- Open Forum
Dennis Ernst: MT (ASCP), NCPT (NCCT) International lecturer and author. Considered by many to be the foremost authority in phlebotomy in the world, Mr. Ernst is the Director of the Center for Phlebotomy Education, Editor of the Phlebotomy Today newsletters, and Chairholder of the CLSI committee responsible for the revision of the venipuncture standard, to be released later this year. He is often called upon to serve as an expert witness at trials involving phlebotomy related injuries and has appeared on network television shows like Dateline NBC to provide insight on venipuncture procedures.
**Not every speaker has handouts
Day 1 Vancouver only Handouts
Blood Culture Collection Best Practice
Serving Patients with Autism
Blood Draws & Babies: Best Practice Based on the Evidence
"CollaborACTION": Collaboration, Education and Support Between ICU and Lab Increasing Patient Safety"
Day 1 Victoria Only Handouts
Enhancing Patient Safety Through Improved Blood Culturing
Serving Patients with Autism
Day 2: Dennis Ernst handouts
Avoiding Phlebotomy-Related Injuries
Top Ten Preanalytical Threats
What’s New in Phlebotomy?
Links for the May Telehealth Seminar
For technical difficulties during Telehealth, call the PHSA tech support number (604-209-6490)
(posted 1-7 days in advance)
Presentation Handouts (4 slides/page)
Presentation (1 slide/page)
Evaluation/Survey Link (Link only, not printable)
Above information will be posted 1-7 days before the event day. This is due to the timing of receiving the speakers presentation.
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For past seminar information, including PowerPoint slides and slide handouts to our Archives section.
Some seminars may be recorded for webcasting at a later date.
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