CLSI requests nominations for volunteers to serve as members and contributors on a document development committee for a document revision.
CLSI document EP27 will provide information on constructing and using error grids to evaluate the clinical acceptability of quantitative diagnostic measurement procedures based on the potential harm that may be caused by erroneous results. This guideline is applicable to many types of assays used in medical laboratories, including but not limited to laboratory-developed tests.
NOTE: This project will be developed through a pilot program for standards development. Click here to learn more.
Additional information on essential job duties and skills and abilities for CLSI committee participants can be viewed here.
Week of June 13–18, 2019: First face-to-face meeting (NOTE: This will be a 2-day meeting scheduled during the June Committees Week in Dallas, Texas.)
June 2019 to March 2020: Drafting of document (higher-intensity volunteer time period)
April 2020 to June 2020: Voting period for draft document
January 2021 to March 2021: Revision of draft based on comments received during voting
September 2021: Expected publication date