Quality systems for anatomical and forensic pathology laboratories: guidelines for implementation and monitoring
AbstractAnatomical pathology laboratories, especially in developing countries, have been slow to introduce the quality systems already existent in clinical laboratories. Formal methods and procedures for quality need to be introduced, refined and maintained at all levels in the anatomical pathology laboratory, including the forensic pathology laboratory and the autopsy room. These guidelines are intended to help in setting up a practical and affective quality system that will cover the needs of medium-sized or larger laboratories. Smaller laboratories can also benefit from the principles and strategies contained in these guidelines
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. (1999). Quality systems for anatomical and forensic pathology laboratories: guidelines for implementation and monitoring. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/119603
WHO Regional Publications, Eastern Mediterranean Series (18), 1999
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