ASCP


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ASCP

American Society of Clinical Pathologists.

ASCP

American Society for Clinical Pathology;
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists.
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ASCP members can access ASCPedia and use the digital slides to facilitate real-time remote and crowd-sourced diagnoses, virtual training and big data analysis.
In some of the countries where ASCP consultants were working, there were at first very few pathologists and trained clinical laboratory personnel.
Seven other laboratory staff have been recently awarded an international board certification by ASCP.
ASCP has five laboratory professional representatives, and five pathologist representatives.
This suggests that the consolidation is not so much a merger of equals, but an absorption by ASCP of a smaller entity that no longer had the resources to compete in the now-global certification market.
To register, or for more information about the 2004 Army Information Technology Conference, visit the ASCP website at https:// ascp.
For more information on the ASCP Ward Burdick Award, please visit the ASCP website at www.
About the American Society for Clinical Pathology: Founded in 1922 in Chicago, ASCP unites more than 120,000 anatomic and clinical pathologists, residents and fellows, medical laboratory professionals and students to accelerate the advancement of laboratory medicine to better improve patient care through knowledge, collaboration and global community.
ASCP and Siemens award 173 scholarships to medical laboratory students in 2014.
The BOR is an agency of ASCP and BOR generalist certifications are Medical Technologist [MT (ASCP)] and Medical Laboratory Technician [MLT (ASCP)].
The award recognizes an American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) member who has made a significant contribution to pathology through sustained service to the profession and ASCP.