March 12, 2020 Announcement: ECL2/Q-Pulse Users Conference Postponed
Following the rapid escalation of the COVID-19 outbreak around the world and within the United States as well as yesterday’s announcement from the World Health Organization, ECL2 has made the decision to postpone our 2020 ECL2/Q-Pulse Users Conference previously scheduled for March 31st – April 2nd, 2020. We know that you all love visiting Santa Fe, but have made this choice out of an abundance of caution and believe it is the correct decision given the evolving public health concerns. The potential risk to the well-being of our clients is something we take very seriously. Your health and safety, as well as the health and safety of our staff, are our number one priority. The guidance of various health and safety organizations and our commitment to ensuring the wellbeing of our community necessitated the shift. We considered input from many of our attendees and speakers, as well as the impact of widespread travel restrictions being mandated by universities and multiple organizations. We will be sending communications about the rescheduled dates as soon as the logistics are solidified. Registration fees will be applied automatically to the rescheduled ECL2/Q-Pulse Users Conference.
Thanks for your understanding and we look forward to seeing the ECL2 community in Santa Fe later this year.
Lori & Keith
ECL2 and the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB)
enter agreement for the quality management system software, Q-Pulse.
Click Here to read the Press Release.
2020 Trade Show Schedule Are you attending any of the following? Make sure to stop by the ECL2 Booth and say ‘Hi’.
|UNOS||Las Vegas, NV||April 6th – 8th, 2020||Booth#TBA|
|EBAA||Dallas, TX||June 17th – 20th, 2020||Booth#TBA|
|AOPO||San Antonio, TX||June 22nd- 25th, 2020||Booth#TBA|
|AATB||Aurora, CO||Oct. 12th-15th, 2020||Booth#TBA|
|AAVLD||Nashville, TN||Oct. 15th – 21st, 2020||Booth#TBA|
Successful Living in a Risky World – Published in AAVLD’s September 2018 Newsletter
“You have a stable job with a successful organization. You feel your daily work life is good, seems well organized. It appears the client’s resources, time and money are managed well. However, what about things that we imagine can go wrong, especially the things we can’t see coming? Did we do enough to prevent things from going wrong? When things do go wrong (and we all know they do), have we planned for how to minimize the impact to employees, the company and our clients?” Click Here to Read the Full Article