New study demonstrates improved staff proficiency
In 2010 Yoko Tabe compiled the results of the quality project initiated by the Juntendo University Medicine Group in Tokyo, Japan, and just recently the study was published in the Journal of Clinical Pathology.
“Quality assurance was a decisive issue for us, Yoko Tabe explains. Using the CellaVision DM96 analyzer and CellaVision Competency Software for training we designed a program in which the staff effectively tested their skills in identifying and classifying blood cells.
We now see that the project has really resulted in improved staff proficiency and thus standardized analyses. It is very gratifying to know that we at the laboratory can contribute to providing our patients with better care.”