[Histonet] Who does the immunos?

Joe Nocito jnocito <@t> satx.rr.com
Sun Apr 3 15:29:12 CDT 2005

my primary immuno tech has 20 years or Histo experience and her HT. Her back 
up has a BS, 20 years of experience. The reason why it is like this is that 
I hired one tech who I taught immunos to, the tech with a degree has no 
immuno experience at all ad wants to learn.

Histology Manager
Pathology Reference Lab
San Antonio, TX
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> What policy do most labs have about letting their techs do  immunos?   Are
> all the techs trained to do them, or are only the  registered techs 
> trained to
> do them, or do only a limited number of techs  do them?   Our program is 
> fairly
> new, and there is a discussion among  the pathologists and administration 
> and
> techs about what is the best  policy.   I'd like to hear from other labs
> about their  procedures.
> Thanks in advance.
> Karen
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