STATISTICAL METHODS FOR CLINICAL LABORATORIANS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The Statistical Methods for Clinical Laboratorians Certificate Program is composed of five courses which can be completed online in 1-4 hours each. Each course contains a lecture, problem-solving exercises, a quiz, and may also include required reading and resource materials.
To receive the certificate of recognition for this program, you must successfully complete all of the courses and a comprehensive final exam before the program end date. You will also be eligible to receive ACCENT® continuing education credits.
Certificates are awarded monthly and graduates are recognized at the AACC Annual Meeting. In addition, graduates of the program are listed on a register located on the Management Sciences and Patient Safety Division website.
Program Chair and Faculty:
Roger Bertholf, PhD, FACB, DABCC
Professor of Pathology
University of Florida Health Sciences Center
Director, Clinical Chemistry, Toxicology, and Point of Care Testing
Shands Jacksonville Hospital
Available for sale: January 1, 2012
Sold Until: December 31, 2012
Program Access Available: January 1, 2012-July 15, 2013
- Five online courses
- Fee: $200.00 AACC Member/$400 Non-member
- Course Number: 6823
- If you purchase the program over the telephone, the online access information will be emailed within 1 week of enrollment. If you have not received your access information, please contact AACC Customer Service.
- If you purchase the program online, the login information will be on your confirmation page.
- If you purchase the program via mail or fax, please allow 2 weeks for processing.
- Participants can begin their course work on January 1, 2012, but it is not available prior to that date.
ACCENT® credit will be offered for this program. AACC is an approved provider of continuing education for clinical laboratory scientists in the states of California, Florida, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.
This course is presented by AACC and the Management Sciences and Patient Safety Division.