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 has completed planning for telepathology services at the Rwanda Military Hospital (RMH) to serve RMH, Kigali Central Teaching Hospital, and King Faisel Hospital in Rwanda.
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.
Currently, the focus of the DE option is to provide didactic instruction to on-the-job trained technologists and other laboratory personnel who are interested in sitting for the ASCP HTL Board of Registry Certification exam.
Seven other laboratory staff have been recently awarded an international board certification by ASCP.
Floyd Grimm, professor of biology at HCC, in describing the program's success explains, "First, the HT program enjoys about a 98 percent pass rate on the ASCP HT exam with about a 95 percent pass rate for students taking the exam for the first time.
ASCP provides commercial IT products and services for the Army Enterprise-including hardware, software, peripherals, networking and support services--which comply with DoD and Army policies on standardization and interoperability.
ASCP Managing Director Paul Rossetti said the papers serve more than 900,000 households in all.
In particular, ASCP delivers the foundation of readiness of students for making a choice between being career-bound or college-bound students.
The award recognizes an ASCP member who has made a significant contribution to pathology through sustained service to the profession and ASCP.
Forty high-achieving pathologists, pathology residents, and medical laboratory professionals under age 40 have been named to the prestigious 2016 ASCP (American Society for Clinical Pathology) 40 Under Forty list.