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Description MTS and the University of Washington offer award-winning interactive training and competency assessment online for the clinical lab and point-of-care. Engaging multimedia courses for training and continuing education include Safety, Phlebotomy, Specimen Processing, Urinalysis, Hematology, and Microbiology. Competency Assessment tests feature high-resolution specimen images and video that test, track, and document bi-annual staff competency in lab procedures and POCT. Contact MTS to try these online programs plus Laboratory Errors and Patient Safety, a bimonthly newsletter.
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Customer Service: (866) 681-6700
Web site: http://www.medtraining.org

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