Tag: webinars


Drug test collections webinar highlights

November 3, 2015

Our drug test collections expert recently presented a webinar where he shared insights to help you better evaluate your collection services options.


Webinar: Evaluating your drug test collection options

October 2, 2015

Join us on Tuesday, October 27 at 1 p.m. CT as we share information to help you better evaluate your drug test collection services options.

Synthetic drugs

Synthetic drugs: Common questions

July 24, 2015

Dr. Kim Samano presented information about synthetic cannabinoids ("K2/Spice") and designer stimulants known as “bath salts” in our recent webinar.

Instant testing

Instant drug testing webinar recap

May 8, 2015

Two experts from Quest Diagnostics presented a webinar about the advantages and limitations of instant drug testing solutions. Read some key points.

Drug Testing

Avoid common substance abuse program mistakes

October 17, 2014

Mark A. de Bernardo discusses tips to create an effective workplace policy and substance abuse prevention program in our recent webinar.

Drug Testing

Webinar: Tracking the trends

September 18, 2014

Industry expert Dr. Barry Sample discusses the latest data from the Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.


Marijuana webinar recap

June 27, 2014

Experts presented a webinar about marijuana use, common terminology, state laws, and insights from the Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: Over but not out

May 1, 2014

Whether you’ve been in the industry for two weeks or twenty years, in some ways, we are all new to drug testing.

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: Webinars

April 10, 2014

Our webinars are hosted by industry experts in an effort to provide you with information that you can use to optimize your drug testing program.


Gain insights from 25 years of drug testing data

November 13, 2013

Our webinar features milestones and lessons learned from an unprecedented analysis of more than 125 million urine drug tests from the past 25 years.