ASCP

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AcronymDefinition
ASCPAmerican Society of Consultant Pharmacists
ASCPAmerican Society for Clinical Pathology (formerly American Society of Clinical Pathologists; Chicago, IL)
ASCPAmerican Society of Clinical Pathologists (now American Society for Clinical Pathology)
ASCPAdvanced Supply Chain Planning (Oracle)
ASCPArmy Small Computer Program (US Army)
ASCPAlexeySoft Color Picker
ASCPalt.support.chronic-pain (newsgroup)
ASCPAmerican Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology (New York, NY, USA)
ASCPAspartate-Specific Cysteine Protease
ASCPAzerbaijan School Connectivity Program
ASCPAfterStep Control Panel
ASCPAssociation of Collegiate Schools of Planning
ASCPAmerican Securities Capital Partners, LLC
ASCPAfter-School Care Program
ASCPAsian Citrus Psyllid
ASCPAlliance for Saturation Church Planting
ASCPAlice Springs Cultural Precinct (Australia)
ASCPAustralasian Society for Continental Philosophy
ASCPAutomated Survey Creation Process
ASCPAtrium Shark Cartilage Powder
ASCPAmerican Society of Cardiovascular Professionals
ASCPAirman Scholarship & Commissioning Program
ASCPAviation System Capacity Plan
ASCPAmerican Studies Certificate Program
ASCPArmy Strategic Capabilities Plan
ASCPActive Service Control Protocol
ASCPArterial Streets Classification Policy (Portland, OR, USA)
ASCPAmerican Society of Concierge Physicians
ASCPAlternate Selection and Communications Protocol
ASCPArmenian School Connectivity Programs
ASCPAmes/Story County Partnership (Iowa)
ASCPAncient Studies Collaborative Program
ASCPAvionics Software Control Panel
ASCPAnnual Service Connection Permit
ASCPActivated Sludge Single-Cell Protein
ASCPÁrea Sob a Curva de Progresso
ASCPAnimación Sociocultural Penitenciaria
ASCPAmateur Station Control Protocol
ASCPApplication Services Creation Platform (Ubiquity Software Corp)
ASCPAccelerated Simulation and Computing Program (US DOE)
ASCPAirway Stent Customisation Protocol
ASCPAging Specialist Certificate Program
ASCPAutomatic System of Calculation of Frames and Pipelines
ASCPAutomated Sensor and Control Package (SubAir Systems, LLC)
ASCPArkansas Secondary Conditions Project
ASCPAdvisory Committee on Security and Privacy (ACM)
ASCPAmericas Society Corporate Program
ASCPAscorbyl Palmitate
ASCPAmerican Society of Consulting Planners
ASCPAtlantic Science Curriculum Project
ASCPAtlantic Salmon Conservation Plan
ASCPAlberta Social Credit Party
ASCPAir Systems Control Panel
ASCPAdministrative Staff Certificate Program (Canada)
ASCPApplication Specific Co-Processor
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Al Ain: Professional competency brought an international distinction for Hafsa Shebli, an Emirati pathologist, when she was certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) recently.
James was past president of the New England Society of Pathologists, and secretary and later president of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, a national organization for education in the fields of laboratory medicine and pathology.
He is also a member of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
Chicago, IL: American Society of Clinical Pathologists, 1987:31-33.
Though not infallible, when performed properly, the Pap smear detects a significant majority of cervical cancers--usually in the early stages when the likelihood of a cure is the greatest, according to the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
Sunderman was finally turned over in 1985 to the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP).
Calvin Trout, vice president of membership, marketing and sales, American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Chicago; e-mail: Calvinl@ascp.
2) The American Society of Clinical Pathologists estimates that 20% of budgeted positions for cytotechnologists and histotechnologists are vacant.
Catherine Cohen, of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, says that the expertise of lab personnel is another critical factor afecting testing performance.
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