CLEC Session Handouts
Opening Keynote - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Concurrent Sessions – 3:15 - 4:45 pm
- Teaching Today's Learners
- Tips for Successful Clinical Site Recruitment
- The New Clinical Laboratory Science Author Guidelines
- A Closer Look at the BOC: An Overview for New Program Directors and Faculty
- Hot Topics – Clinical Rotations and Preceptors
General Session - 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Poster & Technology Demonstrations Abstracts, Questions & Online Quiz (no paper version available)
- Master of Science in Pathologists' Assistant Studies: A Unique Graduate Opportunity for Clinical Laboratory Scientists
- Partnerships for Program Enhancements – Inter-Professional Simulation Collaboration
- The Effect of Learning by Doing in the Instrumentation Course at Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico
- Prevention of Digital Cheating with Respondus Monitor
- Development and Implementation of a Simulated Laboratory Information System to Enhance Student Critical Thinking Skills and Laboratory Operations
- Transition of a Hospital Based to a University Based MLS Program
- A New Model for Teaching Clinical Mass Spectrometry
- Interprofessional Education for Clinical Laboratory Science and Physician Assistant Students Using Point of Care Testing
- Paving the Path for Student Success – It Is Not All About the Students!
- Teaching Clinical Laboratory Science As Part of a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Health Program to Blind and Vision-Impaired Students
- Promoting Interprofessionalism in an Academic Environment
- To complete the online quiz, visit our new Learning Management System. You will need to purchase the quiz using coupon code found in the CLEC online community (see Poster and Technology Demonstrations discussion). The coupon code will allow all CLEC attendees to complete the quiz free of charge. All 22 questions must be answered. A passing score of 70% is required to earn 1.5 hours of P.A.C.E.® credit. Deadline to complete online quiz is March 31, 2017.
General Session - 8:30 am - 9:30 am
- Enhancing Lab Communication: Analyzing Extra-Analytical Errors
Concurrent Sessions – 10:30 am - Noon
- FACULTY –Going, Going, Gone. How to Find Another?
- Recruiting Students and Promoting the Profession in Conjunction with Local Workforce Investment Boards
- Does 21st Century Lecture Technology Improve Learning?
- Hot Topics – Innovative Technology Uses
Lunch ‘n Learn Sessions - 12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
- LL01 – Expanding Your Educator's Toolbox: Critical Thinking Tools for Teaching Immunohematology
- LL02 – Delivery of Microbiology Curriculum in Integrated vs. 3+1 CLS Programs
- LL03 – Innovative Methods to Deliver Case Studies in an Online or Flipped Classroom
- LL04- Students in Healthcare Course Evaluations: Perceptions, Barriers, Usefulness
Roundtable Sessions - No AV will be utilized for roundtable sessions. Handouts are provided at the discretion of the speaker in order to facilitate discussion.
- R01 - Barriers to Certification: Student Perspectives
- R02 – Culturally Sensitive Strategies To Shape Success
- R03 – Evolution of a Clinical Rotation: An Outcome Based Approach - Handout #1 & Handout #2
- R04 – FERPA Compliance in Clinical Education
- R05 - Incorporating Service Learning into the CLS Curriculum
- R06 - Instrumentation Enrichment
- R07 – MLT Simulated Microbiology Lab
- R08 - Prevention of Digital Cheating with Respondus Monitor
- R09 – Professionalism in Academia
- R10 - Research Projects: Setting the Stage for Success
- R11 – Respect, Teamwork and Value of Clinical Laboratory Services
- R12 - Self-Paced Parasitology Learning Module: You Can Do It!
- R13 - If Sitting Is the New Smoking, Are You Putting Yourself and Your Students at Risk?
- R14 – The Benefits of Getting Students Involved in Professional Organizations
- R15 - The Benefits of Utilizing Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Clinical Laboratory Sciences Programs
- R16 – Two-Stage Admissions Process Model
- R17 – Using Art as a Training Tool for Observational Skills in MLS Students
- R18 – Entry Level Curriculum Update - Chemistry
- R19 – Entry Level Curriculum Update – Hematology/Hemostasis
- R20 - Entry Level Curriculum Update – Immunology/Immunohematology
- R21 - Entry Level Curriculum Update - Microbiology
- R22 – Entry Level Curriculum Update – Molecular Diagnostics
- R23 - Entry Level Curriculum Update - Phlebotomy
- R24 - Entry Level Curriculum Update – Body Fluids/Urinalysis
Concurrent Sessions – 1:45-3:15 pm
- Student Evaluation – Transitioning from a Didactic to Performance Based Model
- A Picture Should Be Worth a Thousand Words
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- Collaborative Patient Care - Bridging the Divide
- Developing a Mobile Application to Support Student Learning During Clinical Rotations
Concurrent Sessions – 3:30-5:00 pm
- Students and Lawsuits
- I Speak for the Millennials: Recognizing the Strengths of Your Millennial Students
- Enhance Medical Laboratory Science Curriculum through Interprofessional Education
- Improving Scientific Writing and Literacy - An Integrated Approach
General Session - 5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Friday Evening Reception and Dine Around - Visit the CLEC Online Community for more details.
Education Scientific Assembly Meeting - print & bring these to the breakfast meeting
General Session - 8:45 am - 9:45 am
Concurrent Sessions - 10:00 am - 11:30 am
- Using Writing as a Learning Tool
- CANCELLED SESSION: Developing Multidiscipline Clinical Laboratory Programs to Meet the Challenges of Delivering Personalized Care Medicine
- Issues Faced in Placing Students with Non-cognitive Difficulties on Clinical Practicums
- Hot Topics – Engagement Activities
Closing Keynote - 11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Call for Proposals CLEC 2018 – program proposal submission form; deadline is April 28, 2017
Call for Abstracts CLEC 2018 – poster and technology demonstration submission instructions; deadline is October 2, 2017.
Click here to complete the CLEC 2017 conference evaluation; deadline is March 31, 2017.
Thank you to the volunteers who created an outstanding program for CLEC 2017.
- Maddie Josephs, CLEC 2017 Co-Chair
- Stacy Ayott, CLEC 2017 Co-Chair
- Theresa Castellone, Rhode Island Hospital/Fatima Hospital School of Medical Technology
- Frank Scarano, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
- Dorothy Bergeron, University of Massachusettes, Dartmouth
- Maria Carles, Northern Essex Community College
- Darius Wilson, ESA Chair, 2016-2018
- Sue Stalewski, ESA Chair, 2014-2016