ASCP is looking for consultants with laboratory management experience to volunteer with the Center for Global Health
How do consultants help?
ASCP members serve as consultants and volunteers for important programs such as the President's Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR) initiative, to address the growing threat of AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean, Central Asia and South East Asia. As demand, innovation and new dynamics present themselves, ASCP members continually maintain an important role in this outreach. Consultant trips range from five to 12 days.
Why should I get involved in Center for Global Health with ASCP?
Global outreach with ASCP is a rewarding adventure you will never forget. In addition to providing meaningful service that makes a huge impact on people in need, you will receive unique training and experiences that nurture your professional and personal growth and learning.
What opportunities are available?
A foreign language is not required but we are always in need of individuals who are fluent in French, Portuguese, or Russian to assist in the facilitation of projects and trainings in Central Asia, Ukraine, Haiti, Cote d’Ivoire, Rwanda and Mozambique.
Opportunities include workgroup participation to develop training materials, assessing and evaluating scenarios in resource-limited nations, and serving as laboratory trainers specializing in hematology, chemistry, CD4 testing, phlebotomy, and laboratory management.
Ultimately these opportunities will serve to enhance laboratory testing practices, and the quality of laboratory testing services--all with the goal of improving the effectiveness of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services, and interventions.
How do I apply for Center for Global Health?
If contributing to ASCP’s efforts is within your personal and professional interests, please complete the online application form. And visit the Global Outreach section of our website for more information.
If you are a pathologist interested in giving back to your community or becoming more involved with ASCP, we invite you to serve on one of our commissions, councils, or committees. You will have the opportunity to share your concerns, make your voice heard, and truly make a difference in the pathology community.
What are the commissions, councils and committees?
To see a full list of ASCP's commissions, councils, and committees, click here.
How do I apply?
If you are interested in serving on any of the commissions, councils or committees, please contact the ASCP's Executive Offices by calling 312.541.4951.
LabQ is an online peer-reviewed educational publication of case reports in the areas of clinical chemistry, clinical immunology, hematology, microbiology, molecular diagnostics, phlebotomy, and transfusion medicine. Twenty-two cases are published each year.
Please see the author instructions for requirements.
Upon publication of your paper, an honoraria of $250 (plus an additional $250 if it was submitted on time) will be awarded to the chosen recipient, or it may be divided if preferred.
To propose a case, please e-mail a short description and the learning objectives, as well as the author names, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your proposal will be reviewed and, if the editors are interested, you will be invited to submit the paper for consideration. [Please note that once you submit your manuscript, it can take several months to a year before it is accepted, owing to the triple-tiered review process and other factors.]
For more details and an Author Guidelines PDF, click here.