Conducting a clinical laboratory session

For an aspiring clinician, the most important lesson is conducting a clinical laboratory session. What does conducting a clinical laboratory session mean? Lying at the core of health technology programs; a clinical laboratory session is meant to familiarize students of laboratory technology with real life examples of what they get to do when they pursue their careers.

Real-life environment

Reputable institutions that teach clinical laboratory classes are either attached to a high class, well-equipped medical center or have access to one. The aim of being in such proximity is that as mentioned above; conducting a clinical laboratory session has to be as close to real life as possible, since these are the environments in which the students will work once they become full-fledged professionals in the future.

Mix of theory and practice

In most clinical laboratory sessions, there will be a regular faculty member who carries oversight of the session and supervises the class. Under her or his guidance, the first steps to conducting a clinical laboratory session are taken. The training will consist of both theory and practice, because health technology programs require the use of both. Students will have to practically implement what they learn theoretically. Once they start their careers, there is need to apply what they have learnt. This is why conducting a clinical laboratory session has to be onsite, meaning that it should ideally be done in healthcare settings.

References:

http://www.bgsu.edu/downloads/bgsu/file59697.pdf

 

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