[Histonet] what book to study for registry?
cmiller <@t> physlab.com
Fri Dec 4 10:40:25 CST 2009
........Am I the only one offended by this ??
I'm working with a thirtysomething man with a degree in chemistry and a good bit of experience under his belt, who in these bad times wound up signing on as a histech with no experience. Trained by an elderly minimally competent tech, he's rapidly blossomed - is making superb slides and is really interested in histotechnology. He's appalled by the minimal knowledge of science of his co-workers.
Cheryl Miller HT ASCP CM
Physicians Laboratory Services
Omaha, NE. 402 731-
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