From disruption to innovation: AACB conference returns

AACB (Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists)

Thursday, 28 July, 2022

From disruption to innovation: AACB conference returns

The Australasian Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine (AACB) invites you to attend its annual conference.

The AACB 59th Annual Scientific Conference, being held in Perth from 18–20 October 2022, will be a great opportunity to reconnect with colleagues after a long hiatus, to exchange ideas and update ourselves on the latest developments in clinical and laboratory science. The Scientific Program Committee has put together an exciting scientific and educational program, under the theme of ‘From Disruption to Innovation’, covering the breadth and depth of clinical biochemistry, laboratory medicine and clinical medicine including updates on all aspects of COVID-19.

There will be a broad spectrum of international, national and local experts and opinion leaders providing updates on the latest developments in health care and clinical science, as well as presentations on professional matters. There is also the opportunity to present your research and development work through poster and oral presentations. There will also be an extensive industry exhibition featuring the latest products and advances in diagnostic technologies presented by all the leading manufacturers.

The conference venue is the state-of-the-art Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on the shores of the beautiful Swan River, adjacent to the new Elizabeth Quay entertainment and leisure precinct. Whilst the conference will have a hybrid format, interested parties are strongly encouraged to attend in person to obtain the maximum benefits of participating in the scientific conference: networking with colleagues, engaging in the face-to-face interactive scientific sessions and lively social programs, as well as enjoying the vibrant city of Perth and the natural beauty of Western Australia.

There will also be a satellite meeting on patient-based real-time quality control (PBRTQC) held one day prior to the conference, looking at the advantages and disadvantages of PBRTQC and its implementation into practice.

Registration is open and provides both in-person and virtual options. For more details, visit the conference website at

What: AACB 59th Annual Scientific Conference
When: 18–20 October 2022
Where: Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

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