Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Laboratory Techniques (to qualify as a biomedical laboratory worker) (Verona)

Clinical practice (1st year)

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Name of lecturer
Maria Carla Tafi
Maria Carla Tafi
Number of ECTS credits allocated
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Lezioni 1-2-3 anno - 2 semestre TLB dal Mar 1, 2021 al Apr 30, 2021.

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Learning outcomes

At the end of the internship period the student must be able to: • enter the laboratory organization, identifying roles and competences of the professional figures working there; identify all the operational processes of the laboratory service: knowing how to manage the pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical phase; apply the knowledge of scientific progress in order to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the analysis and production processes; verify the correct functioning of the instrumentation through functional tests, calibrations, preventive and extraordinary maintenance in case of breakdowns; acquire specific diagnostic-laboratory-computer skills in Clinical Biochemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Molecular Pathology, Genetics and Cytogenetics; Clinical microscopy; perform internal quality controls and participate in the external quality assessment (VEQ); know and respect the ethical code of ethics of the profession of Biomedical Laboratory Technician; know and use correctly the procedures concerning the management and conservation of reagents and consumables, personal and collective protection devices, the regulations concerning professional risk, waste disposal; draw up a written report on the activity carried out.


Execution of methods and applications of protocols peculiar to the internships.

Assessment methods and criteria

The final exam is composed of:
1. An evaluation of the training period carried out and the elaborate product, by the reference guide of the structure where the student carries out the internship, with a maximum score of 10 points.
2. A written test consisting of 40 multiple choice and open questions on specific topics of the program. The maximum score is 8 points (0.2 points per question).
3. An oral exam to ascertain the knowledge of the topics in the program and the ability of the student to apply analytical and argumentative skills, maximum score of 12 points.
4.The final vote is expressed in thirtieths and the year is exceeded if you reach 18/30.

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