Zen and the Art of Laboratory Accreditation
(Some freewheeling random resources…)
~ Dr. Sachin Kale
Series of You-tube videos by David Burnett (Consultant in quality and accreditation systems), speaking at the 1st European Symposium on Quality Management in Laboratory Medicine, may help you.
For understanding multi-part QC rules a series of talks by Dr. Bhide is very simple to understand..
When it comes to Quality we can not forget Dr. James Westgard's website.
Undergoing Internal Auditor training also helps in orienting oneself towards accreditation..
Having an ISO consultant may help.. and then documentation , record keeping, staff training are the areas to work on .. after the gap analysis.
This book by Shubhangi Tambweker looks good.
These You-tube vidoes by International Experts in Laboratory Quality, discussing the difficult challenges facing our laboratories, are providing advanced ideas on how to overcome those challenges.
What is Variance Indix Score: Article by Whitehead
Report of A Trial with Lyophilised QC Sera in the CMCH/ACBI EQAS Programmes in India
R. Selvakumar, S. Swaminathan and J. J. Fleming
Free ISO 9000:2000 Quality Manual
Quality is invisible when GOOD,
Impossible to ignore when BAD A presentation by Dr.Mrs.Nalini Ramamurty
Quality assurance in laboratories Laboratory Training for Field Epidemiologists. by WHO
How to Face ISO Audit Youtube video...
But in the end it is not about accreditation, as Dr. Vineeta Sood of Panchkula was saying, quality is a continuous effort, not a destination, and not a accreditation too! I think it is your conscious:)
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