Importance of Public Education around Newborn Screening
Importance of Education on Newborn Screening from APHL on Vimeo.
APHL talks with Natasha Bonhomme, Vice President of Strategic APHL Development at Genetic Alliance, about the importance of public education around the storage of residual specimens (bloodspots) in newborn screening.
Photo of the Day:
Victor Waddell of Arizona accepts the gavel from outgoing President Pat Luedtke.
Top 10 Tweets from Day Two:
- aphlkim: #APHL recently revised its statement on residual bloodspots, urging states to develop policy on access, storage and use of dried bloodspots
- LSlayden: A salute to his native Ireland, Waddell promises to recruit leprechauns to resolve the lab workforce shortage #aphl
- TravisJobe: Dr. Toby Merlin from @CDCgov describes how ELC funding supports key public health funding. the role of labs is vital. #APHL
- LSlayden: When asked whether aware of #newbornscreening tests, only a little over 50% aware tests were performed #aphl
MeganLatshaw: Measuring chemicals in people needs to be undertaken in a thoughtful way. #APHL is drafting study guidelines, along with CSTE.
JBP_EH Jennifer: Spring 2011 exercise showed expanded capacity. Labs in LRN-C & CDC analyzed 10,000 uranium clinical samples in less than 1 week. #aphl
CathyAPHL: #aphl – the 6 Rs: retirement, retention , recruitment, research, retrain, and repository of workforce. What to focus on? all of it
aphlkim It’s official: #APHL welcomes Victor Waddell of Arizona as President/APHL. Best wishes to past president Pat Luedtke!
LSlayden: Dr Bill Hausler was an icon, 30 years the IA Lab Director, who shaped laboratory standards and #microbiology practice for 50 yrs #aphl
KenAPHL: Pat Ludtke wishes a fond farewell and best wishes to Rosemary Humes, AHL’s Sr. Dir. for Scientific Affairs aka the “Rock of H1N1” #aphl
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