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Downloads

We now have a system where attendees at our meetings are provided free of charge with a link to a meeting-specific Dropbox folder, where they may download pdfs of the presentations.  

If you were an attendee at any of the meetings below, please use the Contact page to request the link(s) for the meeting(s) you are interested in.

As an additional benefit for fully paid up AQMLM members, we will now make presentations available to those who did not attend a meeting one year after it was held.  Details are below.

People inside very strong firewalls may find that Dropbox is inaccessible.  You should, however be able to persuade your IT department to whitelist the links, or access them from home.

Meetings for which this service is available to meeting attendees and fully paid up AQMLM members who did not attend, are:

  • Managing the Quality of Suppliers - 19th November 2013
  • Traceability & Uncertainty - 11th March 2014
  • Gathering the Evidence - 13th May 2014
  • Verification & Validation - 8th July 2014
  • Impact of the Barnes Review - 12th November 2014
  • Audit Theory & Practice - 10th March 2015
  • Psychology of Quality Management - 12th May 2015
  • Quality Management for the Non-numeric Disciplines - 14th July 2015
  • Audit Theory & Practice - 17th September 2015
  • Information Management - 10th November 2015
  • Effective EQA Management - 8th March 2016
  • Quality Management of POCT - 8th June 2016
  • UKAS Assessments - Lessons Learnt So Far - 6th September 2016

Meetings for which this service is available to meeting attendees only are:

  • Pre- & Post-Analytical KPIs - 6th December 2016
  • Training & Competency - 14th March 2017
  • Audit of Errors & Incidents - 13th June 2017

Presentations are made available on the strict understanding that they are for individual personal study and internal quality improvement purposes at the attendee's institution.  If you wish to include any material from our presentations for a poster, publication or external presentation of your own, you must seek permission from the author, either directly or through AQMLM. 

Thank you!

 



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