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The African Journal of Laboratory Medicine focuses on the role of the laboratory and its professionals in the clinical and public healthcare sectors, and is specifically based on an African frame of reference. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Opinion Paper

 
Establishing diagnostic training programs in resource-poor settings: The case of Sierra Leone  
Lance D. Presser
15 June 2020

Lessons from the Field

 
Establishing the College of Pathologists of East, Central and Southern Africa – The Regional East Central and Southern Africa College of Pathology  
Shahin Sayed, Rudo Mutasa, Ephata Kaaya, Victor Mudenda, Erasmus Rajiv, Edda Vuhahula, Jamilla Rajab, Robert Lukande, Edwin Walong, Angela Mutuku, Kenneth Fleming
03 June 2020

Lessons from the Field

 
Addressing the shortage of pathologists in Africa: Creation of a MMed Programme in Pathology in Zambia  
Victor Mudenda, Evans Malyangu, Shahin Sayed, Kenneth Fleming
03 June 2020

Opinion Paper

 
Scaling up testing for COVID-19 in Africa: Responding to the pandemic in ways that strengthen health systems  
Farouk A. Umaru
14 May 2020

Lessons from the Field

 
Timely delivery of laboratory efficiency information, Part II: Assessing the impact of a turn-around time dashboard at a high-volume laboratory  
Naseem Cassim, Lindi M. Coetzee, Manfred E. Tepper, Louella Perelson, Deborah K. Glencross
29 April 2020
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