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CLSI has changed some of the document codes and included colors to better classify our document categories. This document includes a full list of the document code changes and their corresponding colors that have been put in place as of March 2013.
Please note the following updates to M100-S23 since its initial release in December 2012.
Numerous CLSI documents are referenced in the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Laboratory Accreditation Program Inspection Checklists and serve as key resources in satisfying regulatory requirements. CAP Checklists are updated regularly to include CLSI’s standards, guidelines, and other documents as references. View the revised crosswalk today!
*Updated October 2013!
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) maintains a database of recognized consensus standards. Included in the database are over 100 CLSI consensus standards and guidelines.
*Updated July 2013!
Please click here for information regarding FDA Recognized Consensus Standards and access to the FDA Recognized Consensus Standards Database. CLSI standards and guidelines can be located by searching on “CLSI” and/or “NCCLS.”
CLSI Documents Referenced to The Joint Commission Laboratory Accreditation Standards Chapters
*Updated July 2013!
The Harmonized Terminology Database is a compilation of internationally accepted terminology and is a tool for CLSI volunteers, members, and anyone in the laboratory sciences and related health care industries. It has been made publicly available to encourage broad acceptance and usage of internationally accepted terminology.
The CLSI Harmonization Policy outlines the process for using globalized terminology and procedures in CLSI documents.
When statements of fact are presented in CLSI documents, the original source of the fact needs to be provided in a reference citation. References tell readers where to access more information regarding the subject, and they give credit to the original authors.
The CLSI Style Guide provides guidance related to CLSI document structure and style, and is a valuable resource for volunteers drafting CLSI consensus documents.
This document defines due process requirements for development of CLSI consensus documents and related activities. An understanding of these Administrative Procedures enables participants to familiarize themselves with the procedures and principles of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), maximize their level of participation, and appreciate the significance of their individual and collective contributions.
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