Under the Microscope

(Last Updated On: June 15, 2022)

What You May Have Missed

May Dr. NAACLS – PD 101

RCAP member Jennifer Knight and NAACLS Staff as discussed some of the subtleties of NAACLS accreditation and elemental habits of being a program director.

Transitioning Approval Programs to Accreditation

NAACLS Staff outlines the process of transitioning Phlebotomy and Medical Laboratory Assistant programs from an approval process to accredited process.

NAACLS Selects its Next CEO

The National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) Board of Directors has selected Ms. Marisa James as the new CEO of the organization. Ms. James will succeed Dr. Dianne Cearlock and assume responsibilities on September 1st, 2022. Dr. Cearlock will be retiring at the end of August 2022, following sixteen years of exemplary leadership of the organization.

From Where We Sit – The Importance of Measurable Objectives

NAACLS Review Committee Chairs provide an in depth overview of objectives in clinical laboratory science education.

Coming Soon

June Dr. NAACLS – Board Report

Join NAACLS Board of Directors President Dr. Maribeth Flaws and NAACLS Staff as they review recent policy decisions from the April 2022 Board of Directors meeting. Registration is required.

Board Report

NAACLS CEO Dianne Cearlock reports on policy and procedure changes as a result of the April 2022 Board of Directors meeting. NAACLS Staff announces availability of updated documents.

DCLS Retrospective

NAACLS CEO Dianne Cearlock authors a retrospective on DCLS accreditation.

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