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A Queen’s University professor is the lead author of a new paper advocating for better mental health care for children of parents with severe mental illnesses.
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Upon completion of this article, the reader will be able to:
Discuss the original focus of laboratory quality.
Describe the evolution of how quality monitoring is changing.
Differentiate between quality control and quality assurance.
List the steps of a complete quality management system (QMS)