Microbiology and Molecular Biology
 

Practical Immunohematology and Coagulation Theory

Practical Immunohematology and Coagulation Theory
Laboratory to accompany MMBio 393; medical laboratory techniques in immunohematology and coagulation theory.
MMBIO
395
 Hours2.0 Credit, 0.0 Lecture, 7.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesMMBio 393 or concurrent enrollment.
 TaughtWinter Term 2
 ProgramsContaining MMBIO 395
Course Outcomes: 

Perform the full range of clinical laboratory tests in areas such as coagulation and blood banking and play a role in the development and evaluation of test systems and interpretive algorithms
*Relates to Program Learning Outcome: #1

Have diverse responsibilities in areas of analysis and clinical decision-making, regulatory compliance with applicable regulations, education, and quality assurance/performance improvement wherever laboratory testing is researched, developed, or performed
*Relates to Program Learning Outcome: #2

Possess basic knowledge, skills, and relevant experiences for the following:

  • Communications to enable consultative interactions with members of the healthcare team, external relations, customer service, and patient education
  • Financial, operations, marketing, and human resource management of the clinical laboratory to enable cost-effective, high-quality, value-added laboratory services
  • Information management to enable effective, timely, accurate, and cost-effective reporting of laboratory-generated information
    *Relates to Program Learning Outcome: #3, 4, 5