Using Method Navigator for Establishing and Implementing Laboratory Test Methods
Recorded On: 08/23/2022
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In this free webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand the purpose of CLSI's new product, Method Navigator.
- List the 8 phases of the CLSI Test Life Phases Model.
- Describe how to use Method Navigator when establishing or implementing a new test method.
Lucia M. Berte, MA, MT(ASCP)SBB, DLM, CQA(ASQ)CMQ/OE
Laboratories Made Better!
Ms. Berte has a bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology and a master’s degree in Health Care Administration. In addition to being an ASCP-certified Medical Technologist, Specialist in Blood Banking, and Diplomate in Laboratory Management, she is also certified as a Quality Manager and Quality Auditor by the American Society for Quality.
Ms. Berte has been the author of numerous articles, chapters, and books and continues to provide learning programs on various aspects of laboratory quality management. She has volunteered for CLSI for 30 years and has served as chairholder and member of past and current CLSI document development committees and was one of the developers of the Method Navigator product you will see today.
Tabitha Kern, MS, MLS (ASCP)CM
Ms. Kern is a director of Standards Development and Project Administration at CLSI and has been apart of the organization for over three years. She has her Master’s degree in Medical Laboratory science and is an ASCP-certified Medical Laboratory Scientist. Prior to CLSI she spent 12 years working in an Immunology and Flow Cytometry medical laboratory. Her project focus has been on documents in Method Evaluation area. Ms. Kern has helped with the development and implementation of this novel product.