Looking for ways to improve the laboratory you are working at?
You can learn some ideas by reading the article about Teresa Di Francesco’s and Wendy Patterson’s work at the Hamilton Regional Laboratory Medicine Program (HRLMP) and how it allowed them to build a centre of excellence for red blood cell morphology and white blood cell differentials.
The HRLMP is a large regional laboratory medicine program consisting of five clinical laboratories, located in Hamilton, Canada. By implementing CellaVision’s digital cell morphology technology into their operation, HRLMP was able to facilitate the advancement in morphology teaching, to help address the shortage of experienced medical laboratory technologists, and to provide standardization of practices and competency assessment across their five sites.
The article was posted in the summer issue of the Canadian Journal of Pathology. Enjoy it here: Implementation of CellaVision at a Consolidated Laboratory Medicine Program