MLS DeVry University – Phoenix Campus, Phoenix, AZ Allen College, Waterloo, IA South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD MLT MedVance Institute – West Palm Beach, FL Bunker Hill Community College, Charleston, MA Macomb Community College, Warren, MI Mercyhurst College, North East, PA HT Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Lakeland Community College, Kirtland, OH Harcum College, Bryn […]

All organizations that accredit, approve, or recognize educational programs have guidelines and a process for handling complaints. Complaints are infrequent at NAACLS but, when received, are taken seriously and addressed by following a written process. The guidelines and process used by NAACLS are designed to provide the complainant and the program in question with respect […]

The NAACLS Standards revisions are focusing more on outcomes for clinical laboratory science programs. Program curricula are already designed to have positive outcomes that include Board of Certification scores that meet or exceed national means, and employer satisfaction with graduates that demonstrate entry level competencies. To have these positive outcomes there have to be some […]

Our hospital CEO recently chose the book “Switch” by Chip and Dan Heath for our leadership reading club. This book seems very appropriate for the health care reform that is looming in our future. The authors explain “how to change things when change is hard” and that we all have two different systems – the […]

The Summer 2011 cycle includes programs that will have site visits during Spring 2011 and will be placed on the agenda for the Summer 2011 meeting of the review committees. Recommendations from the committees will be acted upon by the Board in Fall 2011.

NAACLS was pleased to offer a new workshop titled, Gazing Into the NAACLS Crystal Ball: A Look at the Future of Outcomes Based Accreditation/Approval on February 17, 2011, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The workshop was held immediately prior to the ASCLS Clinical Laboratory Educators’ Conference.

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