This self-paced online learning program shows how to use the QMS model described in CLSI guideline QMS01, A Quality Management System Model for Laboratory Services, to fulfill regulatory and accreditation requirements for medical laboratories.
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M23S2 | Process to Submit Disk Content (Potency) Data for Joint CLSI-EUCAST Working Group Review and Approval, 1st Edition
This document describes the process to submit disk content (potency) data to the joint CLSI-EUCAST working group for review and approval.
This white paper covers public health emergencies in general, the ways in which emergency use authorizations (EUAs) may be used, and the ramifications of EUAs for medical laboratories and other testing sites.
This document includes updated tables for the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute antimicrobial susceptibility testing standards M02, M07, and M11.
This guideline describes the design, development, and validation of quantitative assays for proteins and peptides by mass spectrometry.
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