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A comprehensive evaluation of contemporary assisted reproduction technology laboratory operations to determine staffing levels that promote patient sa
Conclusion(s): The increased complexity of the contemporary ART laboratory requires a new look at the allocation of human resources. Our work provides laboratory directors with a practical, individualized tool to determine their staffing requirements with a view to increasing the safety and efficiency of operations. The work could serve as the basis for revision of the 2008 American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) staffing guidelines.
102. IVF Staffing Levels. [Forum/Discussion]
from: Administrator (office@fertaid.com), Australia on 19/09/2014 9:59:12 AM Profession:
Comment: An important article addressing the changing skill levels in an IVF laboratory.
Submission: In the latest FertAid 2014 Survey, staffing levels were the key area of concern, suggesting that the historical clinical staff loading of 125-150 collections/staff member/per year may no longer of applicable. Laboratory directors need firm guidelines to convince clinic management (who are increasingly administrative rather than scientific) that the clinic is at risk due to inadequate laboratory staff loading. Recent changes in technology including time-lapse imagery, blastocyst culture and PGS impact significantly on the time pressures on staff who still need to complete task withing the biological time-frames of gametes and embryos. It can be assumed any legal action against errors will take a dim view on inadequate staffing levels.
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