Poor Laboratory Management And It’s Influences On Basic Science Education
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the factors affecting the quality of laboratory service?
The major factors that affecting the quality of laboratory service were associated with poor human resource management, poor resources provision, poor management commitment, ineffective communication system and lack of well-established quality management system.
Why do high school students have poor laboratory experiences?
The poor quality of laboratory experiences of most high school students today results partly from the challenges that laboratory teaching and learning pose to school administrators. In this section we describe the difficulty school administrators encounter when they try to support effective laboratory teaching.
What are the problems faced by laboratory professionals?
Laboratory documentation (documents and records) system were not practiced as per standard by 45 (21.1%) the laboratory professionals. One hundred twenty-one (56.8%) laboratory professionals also indicated that customer services management system was poor in their respective laboratories.
What are the factors affecting laboratory services in Africa?
Moreover, studies from Sub-Saharan Africa revealed that major factors affecting the laboratory services were staff shortages, poor communication system, inadequate equipment, low motivation, lack of training11, lack of internal quality control (IQC), power supply interruption, equipment failure, and poor infrastructure.