APFCB Masterclass in Interpretative Commenting : Diabetes Testing

In this webinar series on Interpretative Commenting, chemical pathology experts will discuss how to interpret laboratory test results, and add useful comments to the lab report, using only the minimal information available to the clinical laboratory.

Dr Wong Moh Sim, our guest speaker for Wednesday 28th April, will discuss the interpretation of results from Diabetes tests.

Certificate of Attendance will be available to all participants who complete the post-webinar feedback form.

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Wednesday, 28th April, 2021
1.30pm IN/ 3pm TH/ 4pm SG/ 5pm KR/ 7pm Sydney
About the Speaker:

Dr. Wong Moh Sim, MBChB (Leicester), FRCPath (Chemical Pathology), FRCPA, MAACB, MHS (Mgt)(Sydney), FAMS, is Head and Senior Consultant Chemical Pathologist at the Department of Laboratory Medicine at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore. She is also Deputy Chairman (Clinical Quality and Medical Manpower) Medical Board, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Dr Wong graduated from the University of Leicester in UK, and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists (UK) and the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia. She serves on various committees, including the Singapore Association of Clinical Biochemists and the Health Sciences Authority External Quality Assessment Programme in Clinical Chemistry. She also runs clinic at the Diabetes Centre.

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