Feb 02, 2023
MLT 250 - Clinical Laboratory Seminar
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: Grade “C” or better in all MLT courses
Co-requisites: MLT 251C
This course reviews medical laboratory professionalism, diversity, successful employment and current laboratory trends. The student receives a comprehensive certification board exam review. This course requires a per credit health career fee; Check the tuition and fee schedule for the current rate.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the medical laboratory gained through guest speakers and analyze various roles of the MLT through role play.
- Explain and differentiate the various roles of the medical profession gained through guest speakers and other media.
- Present clinical reports on updated material.
- Explain professionalism, ethics, hospital organization, certification and other areas pertinent to the profession.
- Support the role of the clinical laboratory within the health system.
- How to meet customer/patient needs by the highest quality methods
- The four rules of perfecting patient care
- PRHI as a resource in the local/regional healthcare community
- The 5S system
- 4M’s (mankind, machine, materials and methods) in producing customers/patients needs in laboratory testing
- Ethical decisions, professionalism
- Legal issues
- Interviews and resumes
- Staying current in the field of laboratory medicine
- Technical training methodologies
Lecture and discussion, audiovisual methods, guest speakers, student role play, student reports, practice certification exams, etc.
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 04/15/2010
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