4669-14 Quality Systems for the Clinical Laboratory: Part II (Planning/Design)
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Description: This course includes the basic steps required to plan a formal quality system for a laboratory. The participants will consider the relative advantages and disadvantages of three quality system alternatives (ISO, CAP, CLSI), assess the current state of their own laboratory’s quality system with respect to the ten essential quality system components and prepare a customized quality system plan for their own laboratory. 

Start date: Upon registration

Completion: Up to 52 weeks

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Learning Outcomes:

  • Select the quality system (QS) model most suitable for the learner's own organization
  • Identify managerial issues and potential barriers to success for implementation of a QS
  • Conduct a QS gap analysis
  • Prepare a quality system implementation plan


Instructor:  Joanne Isber, MLT

Author: Sue Bradley, ART, B.Sc., MBA

Version Date: January 2014


PEP hours: 48

CPS credits: 3.0

*Note: PEP hours and/or CPS credits will only be awarded upon successful completion of course requirements.

See attached Course Guide for more information.

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