[Histonet] Training Med Techs
JMacDonald <@t> mtsac.edu
Fri Mar 17 14:20:22 CST 2006
I am a Med Tech who works in Histology. Th receive is a definite asset in the Histology fiel are in immunology, chemistry, hematology and micro which overlap into Histo. That said, I do not think t should receive the management positions over certified Histot The position should go to the person best suited for the job, a many times it is the Histotech that is better qualified. I do beli eve though, that the Histotech should be certified.
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I would appreciate any feedback from those of you who may have had
They would be trained as his them
into Anatomic Pathology ( Candid comments welcome, especially histology!
To me it would be like trying fireman,
it's a career, not a job, right?
We see a HT shortage in the Chicago area, but I am unsure how address
Degreed individuals have proven traditional education pathway, so I see t ignore
very capable HT managers with proven manage organizational
skills via non traditional pathways is bec me.
I mean it's not like Non degreed HT's are st Thank you
B IHC Lead
Evanston Northwestern Healthc 847-570-2771
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