ASCLS Labucate is an online learning system featuring high-quality educational content, conveniently presented for laboratory professionals to grow and advance. ASCLS members enjoy substantial discounts on continuing education.
Live, web-based webinars, online certificate courses, as well as "Best Of" bundles from our most popular live events are all available at affordable prices and offered with P.A.C.E. credit. Some content is free for ASCLS members.
Wed 7:00 PM EDT
One Night In the Blood Bank: Case Studies from the Transfusion Service
Blood Bank case studies will be presented to address different types of challenges which can occur in the blood bank.
Tue 1:00 PM EST
Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing in Microbiology: Methods, Breakpoints, and Beyond
A review of core concepts of antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) in the microbiology lab including methods of testing, how interpretive criteria are...
LEI: Writing Instructional Objectives - Part 2
Building on the foundation from Writing Instructional Objectives Part 1, this unit deepens the participants understanding of verb selection and specification of...
Professionalism: Forming a Professional Identity
This module on Professional Identity encourages a deeper understanding, facilitates discovery and meaning, and fosters personal growth.
Using Open Education Resources - Taking the Plunge without Drowning
Explore how OER can be used in MLS curriculum without completely eliminating our beloved reference books.
Complementary Role of Cytology and Molecular Testing in Thyroid Nodule Management
An overview of the diagnostic evaluation of thyroid nodules from the perspective of a pathologist, including the Bethesda Cytological Classification System and the...
Using Total Quality Management Principles to Promote Engagement and Retention in the Medical Laboratory
How Total Quality Management (TQM) can be used to engagement and retention.
A discussion on antimicrobial stewardship programs and how stewardship teams optimize care through collaboration with clinical microbiology teams.