“Due to funding delays, some activities were postponed,” said GHP Vice President Karen McClure, PhD, MLS(ASCP), SBB. “Now that funding has been approved, we are aggressively moving forward to get back on track with our scopes of work in a number of countries.”
The work that has been planned for the beginning of the year includes laboratory mentorships and gap analysis in Tanzania, a laboratory directors’ workshop and mentorship program in Ethiopia, and a quality management system workshop and laboratory assessments in Kazakhstan. CLSI Board of Directors President Mary Lou Gantzer, PhD, FACB, will travel to Kenya in late January with McClure and GHP Director Frances Ingersoll to work with the Kenya Medical Technicians and Technologists Board to develop validation and verification protocols for medical laboratory equipment and reagents.
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