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  • The utility of essential functions in clinical laboratory science programs. [Journal Article]
    Clin Lab Sci 2011; 24(4 Suppl):4-21-30Delost ME, Nadder TS
  • CONCLUSIONS: While most programs utilized EF, many program directors were not aware that EF are required by both NAACLS and the ADA. Programs have successfully instructed and graduated students with a variety of disabilities and generally feel comfortable in referring students for assistance. Concerns with inappropriate behaviors present unique, generational challenges to faculty.
  • It takes a community to resurrect a CLS program. [Journal Article]
    Clin Lab Sci 2011; 24(1):22-8Hammerling J, Van Der Heyden B
  • Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) revised and reactivated its former 2+2 NAACLS accredited program in 2006, by instituting an innovative 3+1 approach. With the efforts of the community laboratories, FGCU instituted an innovative structure which made its CLS program more viable by greatly reducing expenses of operation without sacrificing the quality of education.
  • Preparing CLS professionals to be consumers and producers of research. [Journal Article]
    Clin Lab Sci 2010; 23(3 Suppl):3-19-23Saleh SM, Hamed KM
  • Research proficiency is part of the curriculum in all NAACLS accredited CLS programs. Learning the basic research tools enables students to understand and interpret published research as informed consumers of research. This paper describes an improved and innovative approach to prepare future CLS professionals to be both analytical consumers and active producers of pertinent research.
  • Scholarly activities of the most productive CLS faculty and schools in the U.S.A. [Journal Article]
    Clin Lab Sci 2010; 23(3):175-9Waller KV, Karni KR
  • CONCLUSIONS: The top 10% of clinical laboratory science faculty (n=28) are performing almost 50% of scholarship in the profession, with major contributions in funding garnered and international presentations. These individuals also generally hold a doctorate, are full professors and tenured. Among the 15 highest ranked colleges and universities with CLS programs, and by cumulative faculty contributions, most are classified as research institutions.
  • Assessment of the graduate studies background of CLS faculty in university-based programs. [Journal Article]
    Clin Lab Sci 2004; 17(4):209-17Bamberg R
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this survey indicate that many faculty teaching in university-based CLS/MT programs are extending their preparation as scientists to the graduate level. This should prepare these faculty for their responsibilities in not only teaching but also research. A case cannot be made that a doctorate, as opposed to a master's degree, is viewed as the 'terminal degree' as less than half of the reported faculty in this study as well as others, held a doctorate. The results reported provide a national perspective on the graduate backgrounds of CLS faculty for comparison to an individual program's faculty during programmatic or institutional accreditation reviews.
  • Are your medical technology students team players? [Journal Article]
    Clin Leadersh Manag Rev 2003 Jul-Aug; 17(4):203-7Roberts C
  • The medical technologist is a key player on the health-care delivery team. Therefore, it is understandable that the standards of the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) cite the development of teamwork skills as a necessary component in the curriculum for medical technology students to ensure that graduates are prepared to work with others effectively. But to wha…
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