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Assessment of Performance and Uncertainty in Qualitative Chemical Analysis

A joint Eurachem/CITAC Online Workshop

Workshop aims

The workshop aimed to assist laboratories in using the EURACHEM/CITAC Guide "Performance and Uncertainty in Quality Chemical Analysis" to evaluate qualitative analysis results. The guide provides practical guidelines and useful examples for its users.

Over 500 participants from 75 territories enjoyed lectures and examples from the co-Editor of the EURACHEM/CITAC Guide and Experts in the field of Analytical Chemistry, Forensics and Laboratory Medicine.

Details of the event, including programme information and links to the presentations (video) can be found below.

Workshop information

Date: 19-27 January 2022
Venue: Online - see first circular
Host Singapore Health Sciences Authority (HSA)
First Circular First circular (PDF, 373 kB)
Programme Programme booklet (PDF. 2.5 MB)

The workshop is free to attend, but registration is required.

Pre-registration for this event is now closed. Any further opportunities to register will be notified here.


Scientific Committee

Dr Ricardo Bettencourt da Silva
(Univ. of Lisbon, Portugal/Eurachem and CITAC)

Emeritus Prof. Brynn Hibbert(UNSW, Australia)

Elvar Theodorsson
(Linköping University, Sweden/Eurachem)

Melissa Kennedy (ANAB, USA)

Dr Paulo Pereira
(IPST, Portugal/ Eurachem)

Dr Teo Tang Lin
(HSA, Singapore / CITAC)

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Session 1 (19 Jan 2022) - the EURACHEM/CITAC Guide

Session 2 (20 Jan 2022) - Qualitative chemical analysis

Session 3 (24 Jan 2022) - Qualitative forensic analysis

Session 4 (27 Jan 2022) - Laboratory medicine

Video recordings of the sessions can be viewed below.
Note: Links are to Youtube and may include advertising, which is not in the control of Eurachem.

Session 1: Terminology and Content of the EURACHEM/CITAC Guide


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Session 2: Qualitative Chemical Analysis


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Session 3: Qualitative Forensic Analysis


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Session 4: Qualitative Analysis in Laboratory Medicine

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