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UK NEQAS provides External Quality Assessment/Proficiency Testing for all major aspects of clinical laboratory testing. To find the programme(s) to match your EQA/PT requirements please use the search function below.

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Urinary Catecholamines & Metabolites

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Clinical Chemistry

Assessment of analytical bias and its consistency across time

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Urinary hCG (Qualitative and Quantitative)

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Edinburgh Peptide Hormones


Urine Chemistries

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Clinical Chemistry

Assessment of analytical bias and its consistency across time

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Urine Dipsticks

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Clinical Chemistry


Viral Gastroenteritis

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Microbiology

To provide EQA for laboratories testing for the presence of Norovirus, Rotavirus and Adenovirus 40, 41 from faeces

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Virus identification

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Microbiology

Culture of viruses in the diagnosis of viral infections is still considered the reference standard for cultivable viruses. Cultivating viruses is still useful in some circumstances, e.g. for infections that are not characteristic of a single virus, and is still considered the most sensitive and spe...

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Vitamin Assays (Carotene, Vitamin A & E)

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Clinical Chemistry

Assessment of analytical bias and its consistency across time

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Vitamin B12, Folate. Ferritin, Red Cell Folate

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Clinical Chemistry

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Vitamin K1 at endogenous concentrations in human serum

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Vitamin K

Harmonisation of vitamin K status assessment

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Vitamin K1, 2, 3-epoxide at endogenous concentrations in human serum

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Vitamin K

Harmonisation of vitamin K status assessment

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Von Hippel-Lindau Syndrome

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Genomics

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Von Willebrand Factor Antigen: Assay

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Blood Coagulation

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VWF:CB (collagen-binding) Assay

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Blood Coagulation

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VWF:RCo (activity) Assay

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Blood Coagulation

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Zinc, Copper, Aluminium, Selenium, Chromium and Cobalt in Serum

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Trace Elements

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