- Describe the underlying etiological factors, physiological mechanism, clinical signs and symptoms, lab diagnosis and diseases management.
- List the appropriate lab tests and specimen type used for screening and diagnosis.
- Describe the fundamental principles of diagnostic techniques and procedures.
- State the administrative tasks needed to run a medical laboratory.
- Recognize medical biohazards in clinical laboratories.
Analyse and interpret lab results in correlation with the patient medical history.
- Evaluate the quality and validity of clinical laboratory testing and recognize potential errors in order to take appropriate action.
- Plan strategy to collect data for scientific analysis and select the appropriate study design.
Interpersonal Skills & Responsibility
Use wide range of simple and complex laboratory procedures, including specimen collection and processing analysis ensuring high quality standards.
- Demonstrate commitment to all laboratory regulations, confidentiality and ethical practices and illustrate ability to work safely in medical laboratories.
- Use and maintain instruments appropriately and perform trouble-shooting if necessary.
- Demonstrate effective use of basic management, self-learning and research skills.
Communication, Information Technology, Numerical
Use appropriate information technology for data analysis and presentation.
- Demonstrate adequate skills for effective communication with peer, supervisors, instructors and other health care professionals.
- Demonstrate appropriate professionalism under normal and stressful conditions.
- Illustrate ability to take appropriate actions towards lab accidents in a timely manner.
Bachelor of Clinical Laboratory Sciences