OUR Mission

 Promote the profession of Medical Laboratory Science, provide services to people practicing in this field and to enable members to provide quality services with continued excellence.

​Message from ASCLS-OK President:

Welcome to the ASCLS-OK webpage.  We are glad you stopped by.  With the unsettling times in the health care industry, it is wonderful that we have a professional society that cares for its membership and field.  Please take a moment and see who our current officers and board members are, along with the New Professional and Student Representative. 

Sallie A. Ruskoski, Ph.D., MT (ASCP) earned her Associates in Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technology and Associates of Science in Mathematics at Tulsa Community College; Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center; Master of Science in Collegiate Scholarship and Services at Northeastern State University; Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Science, specializing in Microbiology, at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.  Dr. Ruskoski has worked in hospitals both here in Oklahoma and in Alaska for numerous years.  She currently is the Program Director for the Medical Laboratory Science program at Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow, OK.  Her current research studies include investigation of tick-borne diseases in Oklahoma and how Burkholderia cepacia complex affects the cystic fibrosis lungs.  


PACE Instructions

NOTE: updated 4-25-2017
Welcome to the ONE VOICE SPRING CLINICAL LABORATORY CONFERENCE.  For this meeting we are using the ASCLS online CE Organizer program.  You will use this online program to generate your P.A.C.E.® certificate for the meeting.

At the end of each session, the moderator will announce a unique session code for that particular session.  Record the session number.  You will need this number to get credit for attending the session.  When you get home, go to the ASCLS web site and proceed as follows.

 At the ASCLS homepage, www.ascls.org, click on CE Organizer, found in the dark menu bar near the top of the page.
When you are taken to the CE Organizer page, scroll down and follow the instructions for logging in depending on whether you are a member or not.  ASCLS members will Log In using the same username and password used to enter the Members Section of the website.  If you do not have username and password, follow the link to register.  If you are not an ASCLS member click the “Register Here” link to create a username and password.

Please Note:  There is a tutorial on how to use CE Organizer at the ASCLS website.  Please take a moment to view the tutorial.  I think that after you have used the program once or twice, you will be quite comfortable with it.  If you do have questions or comments, email ASCLS at ascls@ascls.org.

Once logged in, click on “Claim Credit” at the menu bar.
Click on “State and Regional Events”.
Scroll down to “ASCLS-OK” and click on “View Region”
Now check each corresponding box for every session you attended on April 21st, 2017.
On the next screen, enter the unique session code for each session and click “Next”.
On the final screen you can print and/or save your certificate.

Remember is this is confusing there is a tutorial at the ASCLS website.  

Not only will CE Organizer allow you to print out your ONE VOICE SPRING CLINICAL LABORATORY CONFERENCE P.A.C.E® certificate, it will also list your CE in a personal transcript.  You may self-enter other non-P.A.C.E. ® continuing education into your transcript as well.  Note that because the transcripts may contain self-entered data, ASCLS cannot attest to its validity.  You will still need your original certificates for re-certification or renewal of your license.  The transcript service is free for all ASCLS members; there is an annual fee for non-members.