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  • Barba Meseguer, Núria

    EFLM Task & Finish Group “Standardization of the colour coding for blood collection tube closures” (TFG-STCC) (Full member).

    The aim of this project is to initiate and manage a dialog between interested parties in order to achieve the world-wide harmonization of the colour coding for blood collection tube closures and labels.
    Terms of reference:

    • To invite all interested manufacturers to meet for a dialog and preliminary consensus about the need for the world-wide harmonization of the colour coding for blood collection tube closures and labels.
    • to draft a mutually agreed operational plan of the project for the next 4-5 years
    • to produce a standardized color coding proposal agreed by all major manufacturers
    • to achieve the inclusion of the standardized color coding proposal into the ISO and CLSI standards
    • to support and enhance the world-wide implementation of the standard.


  • Bauçà Roselló, Josep Miquel

    EFLM Science Committee: Working Group on the Postanalytical Phase (Member Young Scientist)

    Terms of reference:
    • Development and organisation of surveys and external quality assurance (EQA) programs focusing on laboratory and/or clinical activities that can improve clinical utilisation of laboratory test results.
    • Surveys and EQA programs of WG-POST aim to investigate

    • Post-analytical activities of laboratory staff including reflex- reflective testing, validation of results by medical technologists or interpretation by laboratory specialists.                   
    • Ways of post-post-analytical utilisation of different laboratory tests in clinical decision making by physicians that are attached to laboratories by test requesting
    • Existing approaches to improve the adequacy of test requesting in specific clinical situations using assistance of laboratory staff in the pre-pre-analytical phase.

    • To use the results of the surveys and external quality assurance programs in the process of continued professional development of clinicians and laboratory professionals alike.

  • Bernabeu andreu, Francisco

    EFLM Quality and Regulations Committee: Accreditation and ISO/CEN Standards Working Group (WG-A/ISO)(corresponding member)

    Terms of Reference:

    • To represent EFLM and the interest of medical laboratories within EA, ISO TC212 and CEN TC140
    • To harmonize accreditation of medical laboratories
    • To educate and train assessors of accrediting bodies on the application of the specific standards of ISO15189 (in collaboration with C-ET)
    • To develop guidance documents for laboratories which support the translation and implementation of accreditation standards in practice.
  • Calvo Malvar, Mª del Mar

    EFLM Communication Committee: Promotion Working Group (full member)

    Terms of Reference:

    • Dissemination of information through various rapid modes of communication;
    • Ensuring relevant data are obtained for feeds and web-site;
    • Maintain contact with approved EFLM nominees to provide/obtain information for feeds. Moreover, the working group will be responsible for the management and direction of the EFLM web site.
  • Díaz-Garzón Marco, Jorge

    Task Force on Performance Specifications in Laboratory Medicine: EFLM Task & Finish Group: “Biological variation database” (TFG-BVD)(member)

    Terms of reference

    • To use a critical appraisal list to evaluate literature on biological variation.
    • To evaluate the literature on biological variation and extract essential information from the papers as well as summarising the information.
  • Fernandez Calle, Pilar

    - EFLM Science Committee: Biological Variation Working Group (corresponding member)
    - EFLM Task & Finish Group: “Allocation of laboratory tests to different models for performance specifications” (TFG-DM )(member)
    - Task Force on Performance Specifications in Laboratory Medicine: EFLM Task & Finish Group: “Biological variation database” (TFG-BVD)(member)

    - EFLM Science Committee: Biological Variation Working Group (corresponding member)

    Terms of reference

    • To describe and characterize papers on biological variation for one or two constituents. Sources for variation in papers on estimation of biological variation in the papers should be identified.
    • To develop a critical appraisal check list for papers on biological variation.
    • To develop a method for meta-analysis of data on within-subject variation.

    https://www.eflm.eu/site/page/last/1148

    - Task & Finish Group: “Allocation of laboratory tests to different models for performance specifications” (TFG-DM )(member)

    Terms of reference

    • To allocate different tests to different models recognized in the Strategic Conference Consensus Statement and to give an overview and a reason for why tests are allocated to the different models.

    https://www.eflm.eu/site/page/last/1080

    - Task & Finish Group: “Biological variation database” (TFG-BVD)(member)

    Terms of reference

    • To use a critical appraisal list to evaluate literature on biological variation.
    • To evaluate the literature on biological variation and extract essential information from the papers as well as summarising the information.

    https://www.eflm.eu/site/page/last/1084

  • Ibarz Escuer, Mercedes

    EFLM Science Committee: Preanalytical phase Working Group (corresponding member)

    Terms of reference:

    • To promote the importance of the quality of the preanalytical phase of laboratory medicine;
    • To define the best practices and provide recommendations for some critical activities in the preanalytical phase;
    • To design and validate questionnaires for assessing the current practices related to some pre-analytical variables;
    • To conduct surveys using validated questionnaires with the aim to assess the current pre-analytical practices;
    • Organize symposia, workshops, webinars or training courses on preanalytical phase issues.
  • Merino González, Anna

    EFLM Education and Training Committee: Distance Education and e-Learning Working Group (corresponding member)

    Terms of Reference

    • To establish and maintain efficient distance learning channels between EFLM and its member societies in education within the field of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine;
    • To supply with educational materials all EFLM society members;
    • To organize sub-regional tele-conferences in association with relevant National Societies;
    • To organize and support the teleconferences; e-meetings
    • To address the distant learning needs of National Societies;
    • To organize distance learning programs and e-learning workshop
    • To collaborate with other EFLM Committees or Working groups to achieve these aims.
    • To facilitate the NS material to be shared between NSs
    • To utilize resources beyond EFLM and NSs, whether from Lab Medicine or other clinical organisations
  • Perich Alsina, Carmen

    - EFLM Science Committee: Harmonisation of Total Testing Process Working Group (full member)
    - Task Force on Performance Specifications in Laboratory Medicine: EFLM Task & Finish Group: “Biological variation database” (TFG-BVD)(member)

    -EFLM Science Committee: Harmonisation of Total Testing Process Working Group (full member)

    Terms of Reference

    • Survey and summarize National European and Pan European harmonization initiatives.
    • Promote and coordinate the diffusion of at least two especially promising harmonization initiatives among the EFLM member societies.
    • Take initiatives to harmonize nomenclature, units and reference intervals on a European level.

    https://www.eflm.eu/site/page/last/1152

    - Task & Finish Group: “Biological variation database” (TFG-BVD)(member)

    Terms of reference

    • To use a critical appraisal list to evaluate literature on biological variation.
    • To evaluate the literature on biological variation and extract essential information from the papers as well as summarising the information.

    https://www.eflm.eu/site/page/last/1084

  • Queraltó Compañó, José María

    EFLM: General Assembly & EC4 Foundation – Board of Governors, Register Commission;
    - Profession Committee WG1 “Common training frameworks" (corresponding member);
    - Profession Committee WG2 “Recognition of professional qualifications” (full member)

    - Profession Committee WG1 “Common training frameworks/Syllabus"

    Terms of Reference

    • publishing up to date versions of the syllabus for education and training to the equivalence of standards expected for a Specialist in Laboratory Medicine. To that end the Working Group continuously monitors the state of the profession regarding scientific, educational, quality related, and managerial developments in the field.
    • establishing and maintaining contact with EC4’s Foundation Board, its Register Commission and EFLM’s Education and Training Committee.
    • establishing and maintaining contact with the UEMS section “Biopathology” to develop a common “Blue Syllabus”

    http://www.eflm.eu/index.php/wg-common-training-frameworks-syllabus.html

    - Profession Committee WG2 “Recognition of professional qualifications. Liaison with European entities”

    Terms of reference

    • The Working Group is responsible for all the questions related to the qualifications, ethics and political subjects. Its remit includes lobbying of the EU Parliament (for the vote of the legal documents) and of the European Commission (for the application of the legal texts), contributions to proposals for structures to support professional mobility, raising the profile of the contribution of Laboratory Medicine to better health and best care for patients, working with related EU-wide professional organisations.

    http://www.eflm.eu/index.php/wg-recognition-of-professional-qualifications-liaison-with-european-entities.html

  • Ricós, Carmen

    Task Force on Performance Specifications in Laboratory Medicine: EFLM Task & Finish Group: “Biological variation database” (TFG-BVD)(member)

    Terms of reference

    • To use a critical appraisal list to evaluate literature on biological variation.
    • To evaluate the literature on biological variation and extract essential information from the papers as well as summarising the information.
  • Ventura Orriols, Emma

    Task Force on Performance Specifications in Laboratory Medicine: EFLM Task & Finish group “Performance specifications for EQAS” (TFG-PSEQA)(member).

    Terms of Reference

    • To define performance specifications for the most common measurands that should be used by EQAS organisers (for category I EQAS).
    • This TFG will take into account the recommendation of the TFG-TE and TFG-DM.