“Knowledge used and shared is the most important commodity of any organization.”
– Dr. Burton Wilcke, Jr, PhD, Assoc. Professor/Chair, University of Vermont, Dept. of Medical Lab & Radiation Sciences
APHL captures a wealth of information generated by public health laboratories and leverages it to develop resources and tools to improve laboratory operations and management. Vital to this process are APHL members whose knowledge and experience translate into best practices and insights. Members help identify, retrieve and store data, which can then be transformed, accessed and analyzed for use by labs for decision making.
Right information, right person, right time
What is Knowledge Management?
Value of Knowledge Management
How can knowledge management help you?
Stories from public health laboratories
Learn from members’ experiences