Welcome to the Pathology  Uncertainty website.

This site is written by laboratory scientists in the field of pathology with the intention of demystifying the process of Measurement Uncertainty determination. Haematology is the main area of expertise for the authors of this site, however, it is appreciated that other disciplines may use this resource; therefore, as wide a representation of pathology disciplines as possible are represented here. The site will be updated regularly to reflect this aim.

We provide guides and worked examples from real data to show the simplest, and most statistically valid, means by which to assess the contribution that MU makes to our final reported results.

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Using the site

The site is designed to be followed from start to finish to reflect the process of MU determination but if there are specific aspects that you would like information on they can be accessed using the navigation menu above.

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Stephen MacDonald FRCPath MPhil
Principal Clinical Scientist
The Specialist Haemostasis Unit
Cambridge University Hospitals NHSFT
Cambridge Biomedical Campus | Hills Road | Cambridge | CB20QQ

Disclaimer: We have no affiliation with any accreditation body. All information as published on this site is purely from the interpretation of guides as referenced in the resources section.

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