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The African Journal of Laboratory Medicine, the official journal of the African Society for Laboratory Medicine, focuses on the role of the laboratory and its professionals in the clinical and public healthcare sectors, and is specifically based on an African frame of reference.

Editor-in-Chief: Iruka N Okeke, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Managing Editor: Bethanie Rammer, African Society for Laboratory Medicine, United States

Affiliation and official publication: African Society for Laboratory Medicine (Ethiopia).

Latest articles

Original Research
Laboratory test result interpretation for primary care doctors in South Africa
Naadira Vanker, Norman H.B. Faull
Vol 6, No 1 (2017), 7 pages
Published: 2017-03-24

Original Research
Trends in leprosy case detection in Rwanda, 1995–2011: analysis of 17 years of laboratory data
Innocent Uwimana, Nestor Bizimungu, Fabrice Ingabire, Elyse Mukamukwiye, Odette Sharangabo, Semuto C. Ngabonziza, Eliane Kamanzi
Vol 6, No 1 (2017), 4 pages
Published: 2017-02-28

Original Research
Programmatic implications of implementing the relational algebraic capacitated location (RACL) algorithm outcomes on the allocation of laboratory sites, test volumes, platform distribution and space requirements
Naseem Cassim, Honora Smith, Lindi M. Coetzee, Deborah K. Glencross
Vol 6, No 1 (2017), 8 pages
Published: 2017-02-28


ISSN: 2225-2002 (print) | ISSN: 2225-2010 (online)

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