ASCLS

(redirected from American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science)
AcronymDefinition
ASCLSAmerican Society for Clinical Laboratory Science
ASCLSAssociation of Sheffield Community Language Schools (now Languages Sheffield; UK)
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Proceedings of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science Annual Meeting; 2008 Jul 31: Washington DC.
The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) convened a meeting in 2000 that led to the formation of the Coordinating Council for the Clinical Laboratory Workforce (CCCLW).
Developing consensus from evidence on issues that would frame the professional doctorate, the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) has developed and adopted position papers regarding advanced practice, the career ladder, and independent practice.
Since then, the state societies, now chapters of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, have rotated conference-hosting duties.
NCA was chartered in 1978 as a peer-review credentialing agency in response to concerns for pathologists' control of the clinical laboratory science (CLS) profession and has functioned as an independent agency sponsored by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) and the Association of Genetic Technologists.
One of the easiest ways to start learning about these opportunities is to join the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) at www.
The summit was sponsored by the Education Scientific Assembly of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS).
To help bring attention to the growing shortage of laboratory professionals, the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (Bethesda, MD) hosted a "Summit on the Shortage of Clinical Lab Personnel" in Chicago on June 16th.
The American Society of Medical Technologists, now known as the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, was originally formed as a subgroup of the ASCP.
Formerly known as the National Certification Agency (NCA), the NCALP is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization sponsored by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) and the Association of Genetic Technologists (AGT) that has certified medical laboratory personnel since 1977.
This year, the Coordinating Council on the Clinical Laboratory Workforce is working with the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences in developing a "Recruitment Tool Kit" for distribution that can be given to high school counselors, science teachers and clinical laboratory educators - kits designed to suggest ways to attract students and adults to laboratory science careers; to provide incentives and programs needed to be successful; and to distribute program application and entry information.
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