Tomorrow's lab: the stuff of dreams

Bookman, Phil
May 2004
MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer;May2004, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p29
Academic Journal
Examines the training of professionals in clinical laboratories in the United States. Technology to automate training at the lab; Benefits of learning-management systems; Investment in technology.


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