PRACTICAL-CLINICAL INTERNSHIP - 1ST YEAR
The traineeship course of the first year of the course includes 375 activities of the student in laboratories of hospitals or ASL affiliated with the University in basic sectors of Laboratory Medicine in order to acquire the first skills and have a first approach with the purely practical activity envisaged by the profile of the Biomedical Laboratory Technician. The traineeship path is divided into specific sectors in periods of one to two weeks.
Acquire practical skills related to a basic laboratory: • management of biological samples • treatments • conservation • computer acceptance • management of automatic and manual sorting systems • use of LIS systems • use and management of analyzers for hemato-coagulation, microscopy • management of blood components.
Ricevimento: They receive students by appointment agreed by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ricevimento: Prof. Guido F. Amoretti Until October 30th 2018: Tuesday from 2 p.m.3 5 p.m. Management Offices - Main Building (Corpo A) 2nd floor From November 5th 2018 to February 19th 2019: Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Room 2A9 - Main Building (Corpo A) 2nd floor From February 26th 2019 to May 7th 2019: Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Room 2A9 - Main Building (Corpo A) 2nd floor Only for Psychology of tourism: From March 4, 2019 to May 13, 2019 : Monday 14.00-15.00 - University Centre Imperia For any question concerning lectures: email@example.com
Ricevimento: The Office hours will take place in at DISFOR, room 3A9, by appointment via e-mail During the course (I semester) after lessons.
Ricevimento: On appointment DISC pathological university anatomy second floor traineeship coordinator's office firstname.lastname@example.org +390103537807
SONIA SCHIAVO (President)
GUIDO FRANCO AMORETTI
Verification of the ability to perform laboratory tests with description of the procedures for carrying out and the purposes of the test for clinical-diagnostic tests.
The exam takes place at the end of the completion of the annual internship. The student must demonstrate that he has achieved the intended objectives.