ADLM Resources for Clinical Chemists

Clinical chemistry involves performing biochemical analysis of body fluids—such as blood and urine—in order to obtain information that is essential to diagnosing and treating disease. It is the largest subdiscipline of laboratory medicine, and clinical chemists form the core of the Association for Diagnostics & Laboratory Medicine’s (formerly AACC) membership, with our members including more than 85% of total DABCC diplomates in addition to many others boarded in clinical chemistry.

As the lynchpin of the Association for Diagnostics & Laboratory Medicine’s (ADLM) offerings, the science and practice of clinical chemistry informs everything that we do, from our annual meeting and publications content to our educational events, webinars, and advocacy.

If you’re looking for guidance on how to navigate ADLM’s clinical chemistry resources, we have curated highlights of our offerings in this field here. This information changes constantly as ADLM adds new and diverse clinical chemistry content. We hope that the highlights below serve as a starting point to explore the great breadth and depth of ADLM content in this area.