Make plans now to join us for CLEC 2018 in Houston, TX February 22-24.
Attend the most important annual event for faculty, administrators, directors, advisers and others in clinical laboratory science education: the Clinical Laboratory Educators’ Conference.
Whether your goal is to identify trends and strategies, manage change, enhance instructional skills, or develop innovative teaching techniques, CLEC is the place to be.
Click the green button below to view discussions and announcements about CLEC 2018. Also, access the attendee list on the CLEC Online Community.
The ASCLS CLEC mobile app is available for download. Access the app using the links above, or visit Google play store or the iTunes app store and search for "ASCLS Events." After downloading the app, you will need to create an account to access the app. If you previously downloaded the ASCLS event app for the Annual Meeting, you do not need to re-download the app, except for troubleshooting purposes. You only need to select the upcoming event - CLEC.
The National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) will present the following workshop, “Top Pitfalls When Completing a NAACLS Self-Study … And Other Tips for Success,” on Thursday, February 22, 2018, from 7:00am–12:15pm (immediately prior to the CLEC ) in Legends Ballroom I-IV at the Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria in Houston, Texas.
The workshop will be presented by Mary Ellen Tancred, Ph.D., MBA, MT(ASP)SH , Program Coordinator at Columbus State Community College in Columbus, Ohio, and Candace Hill, MAEd, MT(ASC P), Program Director at Jefferson State Community College in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Tancred is a Phlebotomy Educator on the NAACLS Programs Approval Review Committee (PARC). Ms. Hill is an MLT Educator on the NAACLS Review Committee for Accredited Programs (RCAP).
This NAACLS workshop is SEPARATE from the CLEC Program, and the workshop registration and payments are processed directly through NAACLS.
For complete information on the workshop and to register, please visit the NAACLS website.