A 1 hour review of Basic Knowledge and a 3.75 hour review of molecular diagnostics.
Includes video/slides recorded May 17-18, 2018, and May 15-16, 2019, in conjunction with the AAB Conference.
- General Operations Knowledge
- Weights and Measures
- Quality Control/Quality Assurance
- Patient Test Management
- Personnel Policies and Practices
- Laboratory Equipment
- Qualifications of Testing Personnel
- General Safety
- Regulatory Compliance
- Chemistry of Nucleic Acids
- Hybridization Methods
- Amplification Methods
- Sequencing and Other Methods
Participants should be able to understand all the concepts of the Basic Knowledge and Molecular Diagnostics presented.
This course is designed primarily for MLT/MT/CLS students and recent graduates to prepare for board certification examinations. It is also appropriate for current laboratorians looking to refresh their knowledge, learn about a new field, or earn CE credit.
Sierra Dowling, MT(AAB), American Association of Bioanalysts
S. Terrence Dunn, Ph.D., HCLD(ABB), Oklahoma State Department of Health
How to Record CEUs
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NOTE: Individuals may purchase an online course as many times as they wish. However, continuing education credit will only be awarded once within a two year recording period.
Example of how CE credit would be awarded: If your recording period is January 2014-December 2015, you could purchase the Cryopreservation of Reproductive Cells and Tissues online course in 2014 and receive CE credit. You could not take the Cryopreservation of Reproductive Cells and Tissues course again and receive CE credit in 2015. However, you could take and receive CE credit for the Cryopreservation of Reproductive Cells and Tissues course again in January 2016.
PEER-approved contact hour totals are based on lecture video time and quiz questions.
How to purchase and begin taking a course/module:
- Select "Register" below and continue to the login page.
- Log in using your username (email address) and password. Review and update your profile with any new information. Click the "Save and Continue" at the bottom of the page to continue to Step 2. If you do NOT have a profile with the American Association of Bioanalysts, you will need to create one. (Please read the box to the right for important information about creating a profile.)
- In Step 2, confirm your registration selection, click “proceed,” and continue to Step 3 to enter your payment information. The next page will be the "Enrollment Confirmation" page.
- On the "Enrollment Confirmation" page, you can immediately begin the course by clicking, "Click here to begin the course." If you want to take the course later, refer to the registration confirmation email that is automatically sent to you after registering for a course. The email contains a link to begin the course and a link for the related quiz. KEEP THIS EMAIL.
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- Click the course link and begin.
- After viewing the course, return to the course page via the back button in your internet browser to take the quiz. You must complete the quiz with a grade of 70% or greater to receive your CE credit. You can take the quiz as many times as needed. You can refer to the link in your registration confirmation email to view the course or take the quiz at anytime within your 120-day enrollment period.
- After successfully completing the quiz, you will be prompted to print a certificate for your records, AAB/ABB's Professional Enrichment Educational Renewal (PEER) office is electronically notified when AAB members and ABB Diplomates and Certificants complete a course, therefore, your record will automatically update with the contact hours that you received.