Analytical method instability is demonstrated by a lack of precision in the results. Learn the process control tools to positively ensure the stability and performance of analytical measurement processes. Determine which issues are causing difficulty. With this knowledge it is possible to enhance analytical test measurement performance and reduce instability. Develop the skills to evaluate, troubleshoot and improve analytical measurement processes.
This 2-day Training Course is for participants who want to learn how implement statistical tools to evaluate and improve stability of their analytical measurement processes.
Participants are provided training material related to analytical process control and troubleshooting of unstable analytical processes. All participants will learn the basic and some advanced tools needed to establish stability of analytical measurement processes.
This course applies to all analytical laboratories.
Note: This course is designed by Polona and John Carson. Polona Carson is an analytical chemist with more than 20 years of practical experience as an analyst, laboratory quality engineer and laboratory manager.
John has spent his career applying statistics to problems in quality, analytical chemistry and environmental analysis. His most recent contribution to science is the development of a new approach for determining lower limits of quantification (LoQ) for analytical chemistry measurements (LCMRL).
Polona is an avid promoter of monitoring analytical measurement systems with control charts and John Carson is a PhD statistician with more than 35 years of experience who started his career as an environmental remediation and testing technician. This course is one of their own labours of love.
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