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Medical Laboratory Science - MLSC


While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Perform safe and professional work practices in the Hemostasis Laboratory according to established protocols, safety guidelines, and existing legislation on normal and abnormal samples.
  • Verify relevant data and pre-analytical information to ensure that appropriate Hemostasis specimens are procured, handled and disposed of according to established protocols on normal and abnormal samples.
  • Perform common manual Hemostasis techniques according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) on normal and abnormal samples.
  • Identify normal, abnormal, non-malignant, and malignant cells and features of peripheral blood smears within acceptable confidence limits on normal and abnormal samples.
  • Operate automated Hemostasis analyzers according to the User Manual and/or SOP provided for normal and abnormal samples.
  • Validate Hemostasis test results according to established protocols on normal and abnormal samples.
  • Interpret laboratory test results in consultation with reference ranges provided on normal and abnormal samples.
  • Document and report normal, abnormal, and critical test results according to established Hematology and Hemostasis laboratory protocols on normal and abnormal samples.
  • Integrate the principles and practices of quality assurance and quality control in the Hemostasis Laboratory to obtain reliable patient results.
  • Practice the principles of quality management with regard to laboratory resources.
  • Apply critical thinking skills for effective problem solving especially with regard to unexpected and/or implausible Hemostasis results and initiate appropriate action prior to reporting.
  • Demonstrate effective communication (written and verbal), teamwork skills, and inter-disciplinary and inter-professional collaboration.
  • Practice the CSMLS Code of Professional Conduct.

Effective as of Winter 2023

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