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Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Standards for Laboratory Services V3 EN

Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Standards for Laboratory Services V3 EN

$100.00 CAD

The Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Standards for Clinical Services are used to assess quality at the point of service delivery. ART services are defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Committee for Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technology (ICMART) as “all treatments or procedures that include the in vitro handling of both human oocytes and sperm, or embryos, for the purpose of establishing a pregnancy”.The standards include accessibility of ART services, assessment and diagnosis, counselling, consent, treatment, management, follow-up, and disposition. They are based upon the five key elements of Service Excellence: clinical leadership, people, process, information, and performance.

The standards contain the following sections:

  • Investing in Assisted Reproductive Technology Services
  • Having the Right People
  • Delivering Assisted Reproductive Technology Services
  • Maintaining Client Information
  • Monitoring the Safety and Quality of Assisted Reproductive Technology Services 

    Standards that are available for purchase through this E-Store are to be considered HSO standards and may not be applicable for assessment purposes at this time. If you are part of an assessment program (such as Qmentum) with one of our partners such as Accreditation Canada, NIAZ, IQG or IQMH your assessment body will provide you with the assessment standard prior to the standard being incorporated into your program and used for surveys or assessment purposes. For information on assessment standards, or to obtain the version specific to your program, please contact your assessment provider.

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