More than 500 clinical laboratory science (CLS) educators attended the 2009 Clinical Laboratory Educators conference in Denver, "Education With Altitude."
CLS department chairs, program directors, education coordinators, advisors and faculty members from hospital and college/university-based educational programs for clinical laboratory scientists and clinical laboratory technicians gathered together to enhancing instructional skills, develop innovative teaching techniques, and identify trends and strategies to manage change.
Sessions covered methods and models for preparing graduates both technically and effectively to succeed in their evolving roles. Enjoy the following coverage of CLEC 2009.
ADVANCE speaks with Linda Comeaux, dean, School of Health and Physical Sciences, Arapahoe Community College, Littleton, CO, and chair of the host committee of this year's CLEC meeting in Denver.
Slideshow: Session Highlights
ADVANCE interviews some of the renowned presenters about their CLEC sessions.
Photo Gallery: CLEC Scenes
Check out sights and attractions from the meeting.
ADVANCE Editor Matthew T. Patton recaps the meeting and reports impressions from meeting organizers.
ADVANCE Editor Matthew T. Patton presents live coverage from the meeting in Denver.