Laboratory Combo-19 PART I (by 4CEUINC)

12.5 P.A.C.E. contact hour(s)

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This Intermediate Level course is intended for Technicians, Technologists, Lab Supervisors, Lab Directors, and Pathologists.

FLORIDA LICENSEES: You must complete a Florida Laws & Rules course in addition to this Combo to satisfy all your requirements.



When PART I is paired with PART II, it provides a 24.5 hour renewal package.

PART I of the Laboratory Combo-19 contains the following course titles:


  • Immunoglobulin Review: Ig Structure  (1 hrs Serology)

  • Immunoglobulin Review: Ig Types & Uses  (3 hrs Serology)

  • Hand Hygiene  (2.5 hrs Safety)

  • Medical Errors    (2 hrs Medical Errors)

  • 3 Hour HIV/AIDS Update  (3 hrs HIV Update)

  • CLIA: A Brief Review (1 hr Management/Supervision) 


The 12 hour Laboratory Combo-19 PART II will be available by September 15. Please check back if you would like to complete that course as well.

See more courses in: Florida Requirements; Immunology / Serology; Lab Management; Laboratory Safety

Included In These Course Packages

Continuing Education Credits

P.A.C.E.® Contact Hours (acceptable for AMT, ASCP, and state recertification) (CEU Unlimited): 12.5 hour(s)
Course number 511-080-19, approved through 10/31/2021
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - General (Serology/Immunology): 4 hour(s)
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - Supervision/Administration, Quality Control/Quality Assurance, and Safety: 3.5 hour(s)
Course number 20-655357, approved through 10/31/2021

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Course Outline

  • DOWNLOAD or PRINT COURSE & QUIZ
      • PDF FILE: Course Material
      • PDF FILE: Final Quiz Questions
  • COVER & INTRO
      • Page 1 - Course List
      • Page 2 - General Instructions
      • Page 3 - About the Author
  • IMMUNOGLOBULIN REVIEW: Ig Structure
      • Section Cover
      • Section Details
      • Table of Contents
      • Page 1 - Introduction
      • Page 2 - Immunoglobulin Structure
      • Page 3 - Heavy & Light Chains
      • Page 4 - Light Chains in Disease
      • Page 5 - Disulfide Bonds, Hinge Regions, Ig Framents
      • Page 6 - Ig Fragments
      • Page 7 - Antigen-Antibody Binding
      • Page 8 - References
  • IMMUNOGLOBULIN REVIEW: Ig Types & Uses
      • Section Cover
      • Course Details
      • Table of Contents
      • Table of Contents
      • Page 1 - Introduction
      • Page 2 - Immunoglobulin Structure
      • Page 3 - Ig Structural Differences
      • Page 4 - Immunoglobulin Types
      • Page 5 - TABLE: Ig Properties
      • Page 6 - Immunoglobulin G
      • Page 7 - Immunoglobulin G
      • Page 8 - Immunoglobulin M
      • Page 9 - Immunoglobulin M
      • Page 10 - Immunoglobulin A
      • Page 11 - Immunoglobulin A
      • Page 12 - Immunoglobulin E
      • Page 13 - Immunoglobulin E
      • Page 14 - Immunoglobulin D
      • Page 15 - Increased Ig Levels
      • Page 16 - Decreased Ig Levels
      • Page 17 - Medical Applications of Antibodies
      • Page 18 - Medical Applications of Antibodies
      • Page 19 - APPENDIX 1: Normal SPEP Pattern
      • Page 20 - APPENDIX 2: Tips to Remember Igs
      • Page 21 - References
  • HAND HYGIENE
      • Section Cover
      • Course Details
      • Slide 3 - Course Objectives
      • Slide 4 - About the Author
    • Birth of Handwashing
      • Slide 5 - Section I Cover
      • Slide 6 - How it All Started
      • Slide 7 - How it All Started - Cont'd
      • Slide 8 - How it All Started - Cont'd
    • Introduction to Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 9 - Section Cover
      • Slide 10 - Introduction
      • Slide 11 - Why is Hand Hygiene Important
      • Slide 12 - Why is Hand Hygiene Important - Cont'd
      • Slide 13 - Healthcare Associated Infections
      • Slide 14 - Healthcare Associated Infections - Cont'd
    • Microorganisms and How They're Spread
      • Slide 15 - Section Cover
      • Slide 16 - Microorganism Modes of Transmission
      • Slide 17 - Types of Microorganisms
      • Slide 18 - Most Common Microorganisms Associated with HAIs
      • Slide 19 - How Long Can Microorganisms Survive?
      • Slide 20 - VIDEO: HAI Overview
      • Slide 21 - Stop the Spread of Microorganisms
    • When to Perform Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 22 - Section Cover
      • Slide 23 - When to Perform Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 24 - Healthcare 'Zones'
      • Slide 25 - 5 Moments for Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 26 - Why Perform Hand Hygiene if There's No Patient Contact
      • Slide 27 - Why Perform Hand Hygiene if There's No Patient Contact - Cont'd
    • Hand Hygiene Techniques
      • Slide 28 - Section Cover
      • Slide 29 - Hand Hygiene Methods
      • Slide 30 - Effectiveness of Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 31 - Proper Technique Using Soap & Water
      • Slide 32 - Step by Step Technique Using Soap and Water
      • Slide 33 - VIDEO: Proper Handwashing Technique
      • Slide 34 - Handwashing Soap and Water - Impt Points & Facts
      • Slide 35 - Proper Use of Alcohol-Based Hand Product
      • Slide 36 - VIDEO: Proper Use of Alcohol-Based Hand Product
      • Slide 37 - Alcohol-Based Hand Product - Impt. Points & Facts
      • Slide 38 - Step by Step Alcohol-Based Product Technique
      • Slide 39 - Hand Culture - Before and After Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 40 - VIDEO: Comparison of Hand Hygiene Techniques
      • Slide 41 - Images Comparing Hand Hygiene with Soap and Water
      • Slide 42 - Images Comparing Hand Hygiene with Alcohol-Based Hand Rub
      • Slide 43 - Images Comparison of Both Hand Hygiene Techniques
      • Slide 44 - Gloves and Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 45 - Gloves and Hand Hygiene - Cont'd
    • Surgical Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 46 - Section Cover
      • Slide 47 - Surgical Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 48 - Surgical Hand Hygiene - Cont'd
      • Slide 49 - VIDEO: Hand Antisepsis
    • Hand Hygiene Concerns
      • Slide 50 - Section Cover
      • Slide 51 - Jewelry and Fingernails
      • Slide 52 - Maintaining Fingernails for Good Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 53 - Artificial Fingernails and the Problems They Pose
      • Slide 54 - Artificial Fingernails and the Problems They Pose - Cont'd
      • Slide 55 - Artificial Fingernails and the Healthcare Worker
      • Slide 56 - Hand Hygiene and Jewelry
      • Slide 57 - Skin Issues from Hand Hygiene
      • Slide 58 - Skin Issues from Hand Hygiene - Cont'd
      • Slide 59 - Improper or Incomplete Hand Hygiene Technique
      • Slide 60 - Non-Compliance in Hand Hygiene
    • Hand Hygiene Facts
      • Slide 61 - Section Cover
      • Slide 62 - Truths Worth Knowing
      • Slide 63 - Truths Worth Knowing - Cont'd
      • Slide 64 - Truths Worth Knowing - Cont'd
      • Slide 65 - Truths Worth Knowing - Cont'd
    • Summary
      • Slide 66 - Section Cover
      • Slide 67 - Hand Hygiene Summary
      • Slide 68 - Hand Hygiene Summary - Cont'd
      • Slide 69 - References
      • Slide 70 - References - Cont'd
  • MEDICAL ERRORS AND THE LABORATORY
      • Cover Page
      • Course Details
      • Table of Contents
      • Table of Contents
      • Page 1 - Background
      • Page 2 - Background
      • Page 3 - Common Reasons Behind Medical Errors
      • Page 4 - Types of Laboratory Related Errors
      • Page 5 - Types of Laboratory Related Errors
      • Page 6 - The Joint Commission (TJC) - Sentinel Event
      • Page 7 - TJC: Goals of the Policy
      • Page 8 - TJC: Responding to Sentinel Events (SE)
      • Page 9 - TJC: Responding to Sentinel Events
      • Page 10 - TJC: Responding to Sentinel Events
      • Page 11 - TJC: Responding to Sentinel Events
      • Page 12 - TJC: Responding to Sentinel Events
      • Page 13 - TJC: Responding to Sentinel Events
      • Page 14 - TJC: Responding to Sentinel Events
      • Page 15 - TJC: SE Database | SE Subject to review | Optional On-Site Review
      • Page 16 - TJC: Disclosable Information | TJC's Response
      • Page 17 - TJC: SE Measures of Success | Handling SE Documents
      • Page 18 - TJC: Oversight of SE Policy | Survey Process
      • Page 19 - Survey Process | Root Cause Analysis
      • Page 20 - Root Cause Analysis | Patient Safety
      • Page 21 - Patient Safety | Speak Up
      • Page 22 - Summary | References
      • Page 23 - TJC Annual Summary of Sentinel Events
      • Page 24 - 20 Tips to Prevent Medical Errors
      • Page 25 - 20 Tips to Prevent Medical Errors
      • Page 26 - 20 Tips to Prevent Medical Errors
  • 3 Hr HIV-AIDS Update
      • Cover Page
      • Course Details
      • Table of Contents
      • Table of Contents
      • Table of Contents
      • Table of Contents
      • Page 1 - Background
      • Page 2 - HIV Statistics
      • Page 3 - HIV Statistics
      • Page 4 - HIV-AIDS at a Glance
      • Page 5 - Figure 5 | HIV Biology
      • Page 6 - HIV Structure
      • Page 7 - HIV Structure | HIV Life Cycle Stages
      • Page 8 - GRAPHIC: HIV Life Cycle
      • Page 9 - HIV Binding & Fusion Steps
      • Page 10 - HIV Reverse Transcription & Integrations Steps
      • Page 11 - HIV Replication & Assembly Steps
      • Page 12 - HIV Budding Step | Stages of Infection
      • Page 13 - Stage 1: Acute and 2: Chronic
      • Page 14 - Stage 3: AIDS
      • Page 15 - Clinical Latency
      • Page 16 - HIV: Evades & Devastates the Immune System
      • Page 17 - HIV Devastates the Immune System
      • Page 18 - How HIV Causes AIDS
      • Page 19 - Clinical Progression | Factors that Affect Progression
      • Page 20 - Factors that Affect Progression | Transmission
      • Page 21 - Transmission
      • Page 22 - Transmission Quick Facts | Risk Factors
      • Page 23 - Symptoms: Early & Latency
      • Page 24 - Symptoms: Late Stage & AIDS
      • Page 25 - Symptoms: AIDS | Testing
      • Page 26 - Who Should Get Tested | Testing: Types of Tests
      • Page 27 - Tests: HIV AB Tests
      • Page 28 - Tests: HIV Ab/AG and NAT
      • Page 29 - CDC Testing Recommendations | HIV Testing References
      • Page 30 - Testing Confidentiality
      • Page 31 - Florida Informed Consent
      • Page 32 - Florida Statute & Omnibus AIDS Act
      • Page 33 - Page 32 - Florida Omnibus AIDS Act
      • Page 34 - Treatment
      • Page 35 - Classes of Antiretroviral Drugs
      • Page 36 - Treatment Adherence & Drug Resistance | Complications & Side Effects
      • Page 37 - Prevention | PrEP
      • Page 38 - PEP | NIAID's Research | Vaccine Development
      • Page 39 - References
      • APPENDIX A: Timeline of FDA Approved Antiretrovirals
  • CLIA: A Brief Overview
      • Cover Page
      • Course Details
      • Table of Contents
      • Page 1 - Overview | Who Is CLIA
      • Page 2 - Enrolling in the CLIA Program
      • Page 3 - Types of Lab Certificates | CoW
      • Page 4 - Certificates: PPMP & COR
      • Page 5 - Certificates: COC & COA
      • Page 6 - Proficiency Testing | Test Method Organization
      • Page 7 - Test Method Organization | Medicare Lab Services
      • Page 8 - References
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