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Successful implementation of a Digital Pathology Solution requires careful planning, communication, commitment and lots of hard work!  You must ask yourself all of the challenging questions up front; who, what, where, when and how do I make this change?  We will cover how to get started (basic project charter), request for proposal preparation (RFP), IT requirements/assessment,  regulatory considerations and privacy issues.  We will also touch on technical considerations (choice of equipment, size, ease of use, image management and storage).   We will offer some suggestions for pathologist validation and share our technologist competency matrix.  In this presentation, we will share our personal experiences; both positive and negative to assist you with providing as much information as possible should you decide to purchase a digital pathology system for your lab. If you would like embark on this incredible journey to better understand what is involved in implementing a digital pathology solution, please register for this webinar.

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At the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Understand the requirements to set up digital pathology in existing lab systems
  • Understand some of the challenges you may encounter when setting up digital pathology
  • Obtain exposure to the variety of scanning systems on the market
  • Understand the benefits of digital pathology and whole slide imaging
  • Obtain exposure to image analysis capabilities and other features of digital scanning

Author: Lisa Manning, MLT, BSc.

Lisa Manning is the Pathology Technical Director for Shared Health Manitoba. Lisa pursued her career in laboratory science after completing her medical laboratory technologist training in 1986, then went on to complete her Bachelor of Science degree in 1991 graduating with honors.

Over the years Lisa has worked in a variety of health care settings including in the private sector, public sector and the federal government where she worked at the Canadian Sciences Centre for Human and Animal Health as the lead Biologist for 7 years. Lisa is passionate about sharing knowledge and is the current education chair for the National Society for Histotechnology and has presented at local, national and international conferences. She has authored and co-authored eight peer-reviewed publications, and has years of research experience.

Currently, Lisa oversees the technical aspects of the pathology lab including implementing new equipment and new techniques.  She was recently selected to join the Digital Pathology Association’s Board of Directors.

Recorded: May 26, 2018


PEP hours: 1

CPS credits: 0

*Note: PEP hours and/or CPS credits will only be awarded upon successful completion of the quiz.

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