Procedures, resources and other tools for medical laboratories in low resource settings
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About ITM LabHub
This website brings together training materials, tools and resources of laboratory themes. We aim to strengthen laboratory diagnosis and provide support for medical research and reference laboratories in low resource settings.
All documents are accessible and free to use for your research, study or laboratory. Ensure that you adapt them carefully to your own setting (please, kindly cite The Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM) Antwerp, Belgium when you use them).
If you wish to contribute your own template, procedures, diagnostic images or information of interest, or make comments or suggestions, please contact the LabHub team. We look forward to hearing from you!
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