CACMLE General & Mulit-Discipline Courses

148-Online: Assuring the Analytical Validity of Results in the Clinical Laboratory


Contact Hours (Points): 7

This course with corresponding audio discusses raw QC data; calculating the mean and SD; plotting a Levey-Jennings chart; analyzing the meaning of data; using the Levey-Jennings chart to find and correlate any broken rules; the advantages and disadvantages of using the QC rules/flow chart recommended by the CAP in 1974; measuring precision both within and between runs using control material and patient material; and given a 2 2S error scenario, the steps that must be taken before patient samples can be run again. A basic background in statistics and quality control is recommended for successful completion of this course.

NOTE: This course covers a topic that can be very difficult and challenging to the laboratory professional. Previous participants have called the exam to this course “difficult, but fair”. Your success in learning this course material is important to us. Before purchasing this course and/or exam, please consider your ability to commit the time necessary to successfully complete this course.

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Assuring the Analytical Validity of Results in the Clinical Laboratory

Self-Study 148 – Intermediate Level

Contact Hours (Points): 7

Written by David Plaut

Published 2009.

Online 148: Course Taken Online: $88.00 BUY NOW

IMPORTANT: This online course is NOT downloadable; and is accessible using the following:

Desktop or Laptop Computer – Download the Adobe Flash program.

Apple iPad – Purchase for download Photon Flash Player for iPad Flash App or iSwifter Flash App. Launch either of these Apps to access the course online site in order to logon to and view your course. Remember to adjust your audio.

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Here’s what one satisfied customer says~

“Course 148 is a great course.”
~Bert Arico

“The author was very knowledgeable. The course content related to the program’s objectives. I am definitely taking away valuable information from this course. There is a lot of information and concepts which I was very unfamiliar with.
~Kimberly K.

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