会前短期课程*


10月14日 (日)

9:30 am Short Course Registration

短期课程1: Lean Six Sigma及生物检体储存库
Synchronicity in the Simplest Form
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Pre-Conference Short Course Description

Participants of the course will acquire a broader understanding of how to utilize the LSS principles in the academic biorepository to eliminate waste, improve processes and increase sustainability by reviewing and participating in the workflow used to implement e-consent at VUMC CHTN.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to identify the root cause of waste in their environment using LSS principles
  • Participate in LSS exercises utilizing a “real-world” example (e-consent)
  • Understand the benefits of electronic consent

Who Should Attend

  • Biorepository managers
  • Biorepository technicians
  • Biorepository IT personnel
  • Biorepository directors

Lean Six Sigma - Training Staff to Think Lean

Kerry R. Wiles, Program Director, CHTN Western Division Coordinator, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Implementation of eConsent in an Academic Biorepository Utilizing Lean Six Sigma Principles

Taylor B. Daughrity, Research Assistant I, Core, CHTN Western Division, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Ms. Daughrity’s short course presentation demonstrates a practical use of the LSS principles using the classic DMAIC strategy from her experience implementing eConsent at CHTN Western Division. A mixture of examples and hands-on activities will be used to challenge the biobanker’s mind to ‘think lean.’


Instructor Biographies

Taylor B. Daughrity, Research Assistant I, Core, CHTN Western Division, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Ms. Daughrity graduated from Union University in 2017 with a BS in Cell and Molecular Biology and is currently the lead consent staff at the Western Division of the Cooperative Human Tissue Network at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Ms. Daughrity is cross-trained and received certifications in a number of biorepository operations including fluids processing, consent, QAQC, SOP and training program development. Ms. Daughrity’s current project is the implementation of e-consent in an academic biorepository setting using REDcap and LSS principles. Ms. Daughrity is a member of ESBB and ISBER and will present a poster on implementing e-consent at the 2018 annual ISBER meeting in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Daughrity’s scientific and medical focus is pediatrics and neonatology and will be attending medical school in 2019.

Kerry R. Wiles, Program Director, CHTN Western Division Coordinator, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Kerry Wiles is the Program Director for the Cooperative Human Tissue Network, Western Division and VUMC Tissue Repository at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Ms. Wiles was recruited from Dr. Francis Collins’s lab at the National Institutes of Health in 2002 to manage and build the CHTN repository at VUMC, introducing new technology, process improvement methodology based on lean six sigma principals initiatives to build the repository into highly functioning organization. Ms. Wiles has over 15 years of wet bench experience with concentration on Muscular Dystrophy, two phases of the Human Genome Project, Cystic Fibrosis and Diabetes.


Course Length and Time

3.0 hours (0.3 CEUs) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Course Date

October 14, 2018

FEE: $699 Commercial/$399 Academic, Government, Hospital-Affiliated
ACPE#: 0778-0000-18-068-L01-P
Released: 10/18.


ACCREDITATION
Barnett International is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Participants will receive 3.0 hours (0.3 CEUs) of continuing education credit for full participation, including the completion of a pre-test, post-test, and program evaluation. Barnett International will email ACPE statements within three weeks of program completion.

1:00 - 1:30 Lunch Provided for Participants of Both Short Courses

短期课程2:美国病理学会 (CAP) 生物检体储存库认证计划
Overview and Lessons from the First Five Years
1:30 - 4:30 pm

Pre-Conference Short Course Description

The College of American Pathologists (CAP) harnesses the power of 50+ years of clinical laboratory accreditation expertise to provide a comprehensive accreditation program for biorepositories. In this short course, participants gain an overview of the Biorepository Accreditation Program (BAP) from the Vice Chair of the CAP BAP Committee who is also an experienced inspector. The course also reviews the most common accreditation problem areas as recently published and provides a framework for improving overall quality in biorepositories.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the historic role of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) in improving clinical laboratory quality
  • Discuss options for certification and/or accreditation of biorepositories
  • Define the College of American Pathologists’ Biorepository Accreditation Program
  • Understand the overall goals of a CAP Biorepository Accreditation On-Site Inspection
  • Name the most commonly cited deficiencies from the first five years of the CAP BAP
  • Formulate ideas for addressing common problem areas in their own biorepositories

Who Should Attend

  • Biobank staff, managers, and those interested in the practicalities of CAP Accreditation
  • Hospital or biobank administrators deciding if CAP Accreditation is appropriate for their facility
  • Pathologists and Clinical Laboratory leaders familiar with CLIA interested in CAP Biobanking Accreditation

Instructor Biography

Shannon J. McCall, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology, Duke University School of Medicine; Director, BioRepository & Precision Pathology Center; Vice Chair, College of American Pathologists’ Biorepository Accreditation Program Committee

Dr. Shannon McCall is an Associate Professor of Pathology at Duke University. She is also board-certified in Clinical Informatics. Dr. McCall is a practicing GI pathologist who has served as a team member on many translational science investigations including The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA). She has been the Director of the Duke BioRepository & Precision Pathology Center (BRPC) since 2013. She serves as principal investigator for Duke’s institutional broad consent biobanking protocol which has gained the participation of over 4,700 patients so far. She co-leads the Precision Cancer Medicine Initiative at Duke which includes overseeing Duke’s participation in the American Association of Cancer Research’s ‘GENIE’ data-sharing project. Dr. McCall is a member of the International Society of Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) Standards Committee and is currently serving as the Vice Chair of the Biorepository Accreditation Program Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP).


Course Length and Time

3.0 hours (0.3 CEUs) 1:30 - 4:30 pm

Course Date

October 14, 2018

FEE: $699 Commercial/$399 Academic, Government, Hospital-Affiliated
ACPE#: 0778-0000-18-069-L01-P
Released: 10/18.


ACCREDITATION
Barnett International is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Participants will receive 3.0 hours (0.3 CEUs) of continuing education credit for full participation, including the completion of a pre-test, post-test, and program evaluation. Barnett International will email ACPE statements within three weeks of program completion.


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