Clinical Laboratory Sciences Course Description


CLLS 5338

Clinical Practice IV


Primary Instructor:  EnderleCredit Hours:  3

The student will be assigned to a different clinical area for each course, in microbiology, hematology, clinical chemistry, or immunohematology. The student will be given the opportunity to demonstrate: 1) the ability to integrate knowledge, attitudes, and skills to clinical laboratory practices and procedures; 2) the ability to integrate previous knowledge and skills with more sophisticated instrumentation and advanced methodology; 3) an attitude of cooperation and concern in interpersonal relationships with patients and health care workers; and 4) implement the ethical foundations of the clinical laboratory sciences profession. The student will be expected to work-up and present a case study to laboratory personnel using knowledge gained in their clinical practice.
Prerequisite:  Must have successfully completed the related didactic courses.
Note:  To achieve a passing grade, the student’s performance must be at entry level (70%) or greater in the designated subunits of that clinical area.
Lab Fee:  $0.00
Clinical Hours:  144
Syllabus:  Available here.

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