Registration Now Open for the
2020 ECL2/Q-Pulse Users Conference
The conference will take place over 3 days again this year, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at
La Posada de Santa Fe, 330 E. Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM, 87501
Tuesday, March 31st will be an optional day
dedicated to Q-Pulse Courses covering specific tasks and functions.
Wednesday, April 1st and Thursday, April 2nd will be the
general sessions with additional breakouts as in previous years.
On-site registration – Tuesday Option – will open late afternoon, Monday, March 30, 2020.
On-site registration – General Session – will open late afternoon, Tuesday, March 31st
Please plan on joining us for appetizers and drinks the evening of March 31st
Meet & Greet reception from 5:00 – 9:00 pm.
The general conference sessions will begin, Wednesday morning, April 1st, and conclude the evening of Thursday, April 2nd, 2020.
Please plan on joining us for dinner,
hosted by Keith and Lori, Thursday evening.
Please Note: If you would like to extend your stay, the conference hotel rate is available March 28, 2020 – April 5, 2020.
To make a reservation at the ECL2 Group Rate, Please CLICK HERE
The hotel resort fee has been waived as noted on the reservation link landing page.
HOWEVER, Marriott cannot remove the language concerning the resort fee on the reservation page. We apologize for any confusion!
If you have additional questions, please contact Robin Parker – rparker@ECL2.com
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