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Education and training of practicing health professionals are crucial components of building a workforce capable of conducting a quality-assured point-of-care testing (POCT) program, particularly in community-based clinical settings. Innovative methods for delivery of training and competency assessment for POCT in remote
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We believe that collaboration is key to advancing our mission. That’s why we’ve developed an online platform for colleagues in key specialty areas to come together to share their passion and expertise.
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