Measurement Uncertainty Insights & Pitfalls in ISO 15189

This module covers the common considerations and issues concerning conformity and application in relation to measurement uncertainty (MU) in medical laboratory settings and to ISO 15189:2012. It is designed to ensure greater awareness of the impact of precision in examination processes and to enhance the certainty and validity of intended results.

  • This module covers the following aspects
    • Impact of measurement uncertainty for customers in ISO 15189:2012
    • What is uncertainty?
    • The critical requirements for measurement uncertainty in ISO 15189:2012
    • Interpretation of clause 5.5.1.4 and examples of its application
    • Consideration on where uncertainty data can be obtained from
    • The value of uncertainty in the reliability of the reported result
    • Gaps that are commonly observed during conformity assessment
  • Learning objectives

    By the end of this course, learners will:

    • Have an understanding of the definitions of measurement uncertainty and the application of ISO 15189:2012 requirements.
    • Understand the common pitfalls of determining and applying measurement uncertainty in a diagnostic laboratory.
    • Be able to evaluate their existing systems to determine if any of the common pitfalls apply.
  • Who should enrol?

    Current and prospective customers, stakeholders, new quality managers, students, and those interested in understanding measurement uncertainty and the associated requirements of ISO 15189:2012

  • Duration

    One hour

  • Price

    £65 excluding VAT

  • eLearning

    This training is presented as self-paced, modular online eLearning. After your payment for this training is processed, you will receive an email including a link to access the course material. This is available 24/7 and will be accessible to you for 12 months from the date of purchase.

    When completed, you will be issued with a certificate of completion.