By Colonel Mason
Assuring data integrity when moving from paper to the electronic Laboratory to be studied at Pittcon world conference on laboratory science.
DALLAS (Oct. 8, 2012) – Quality assurance in data as laboratories increasingly move from paper to electronic will be a major focus of special courses held at the Pittcon Global Exposition, Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, March 17 – 21, 2013.
Among the many short courses, which can be seen at the website, will be Designing and Implementing the Electronic Laboratory, Writing Testable and Verifiable User Requirements for Computerized Laboratory Systems, Integrated Analytical Instrument Qualifications (AIQ) and Computerized Systems Validation (CSV). The courses range from half days to two full days and are taught by experienced professionals expert in each field.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with Short Course Instructor Bob McDowall
Bob McDowall outlines his 2013 Short Course presentations on data manipulation concerns during an interview on the ScienceNews Radio Network program, the Promise of Tomorrow with Colonel Mason.