Industry standard Quality Control and Quality Assurance protocols were employed in the sample acquisition, preparation and analysis procedures.
What does QAP stand for?
QAP stands for Quality Assurance Protocol
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We have 37 other meanings of QAP in our Acronym Attic
- Quadratic Assignment Problem
- Quadripartite Advisory Publication
- Qualification and Acceptance Program
- Qualified Allocation Plan (housing tax credit program)
- Qualified Armed Posseman
- Quality Action Plan (various organizations)
- Quality Assurance Personnel
- Quality Assurance Plan
- Quality Assurance Procedure
- Quality Assurance Program
- Quality Assurance Provision
- Questionable Alternative Practices (alternative medicine)
- Queue Adjustment Policy
- Queer Asian Pacific Alliance
- Queer Asian Pacific American
- Quality And Performance Control
- Quality Assurance Program Coordinator
- Question Answered Post Closed (message boards)
- Qatar Petrochemical Company Ltd.
- Quality Assurance Program Description
Samples in periodicals archive:
Software testing usually involves software testers working to agreed-upon standards and following set procedures in order to satisfy rigorous quality assurance protocols, as a bug found after releasing the software can be both expensive to rectify, damaging to the reputation of the developer and raise security implications for the customer.
AccVerify SE also includes the new Usability Visual Test Manager, which enables Web designers to easily implement standard usability testing practices and to create and deploy corporate-wide custom usability testing practices as part of their design and quality assurance protocol.
Glass byproducts must be subjected to rigorous internal quality assurance protocols and periodically tested via independent certified consultants to insure that the process is complete.
Most likely, however, the physician lacks two prerequisites for reliable results: the laboratorian's awareness of the complexities of testing, and a set of quality assurance protocols to minimize the chance of test error.