RE: Med Techs in Canada
|From:||"Monson, Frederick C." |
Do Med Techs have to be socialized before they can work in Canadah?
My 1.6 cents worth - or less!
And, has CSLT become CSMLT? Here that would be, "Cold Salami with Mayo,
Lettuce and Tomato!", much more tasty than its drier predecessor.
P.S. And yes, once and for all, we skipped right over the elementary
Frederick C. Monson, PhD
Center for Advanced Scientific Imaging
Schmucker II Science Center
West Chester University
South Church Street and Rosedale
West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA, 19383
CASI URL: http://darwin.wcupa.edu/casi/
WCUPA URL: http://www.wcupa.edu/
Visitors URL: http://www.wcupa.edu/_visitors/
> From: Greg Dobbin
> Sent: Monday, July 8, 2002 1:04 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Med Techs in Canada
> Just to add my Canadian 2 cents worth (which is actually only 1.6
> cents U.S.)...
> In Canada, the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science
> (formerlly the CSLT) certifies its members with the designation R.T.
> (Registered Technologist) and the General Certification includes
> the 5 core disciplines of Medical Technology: hematology,
> chemistry, immunohematology (blood banking), bacteriology and
> Under our system, anyone with an RT can technically work
> anywhere in Canada (with their credentials readily recognized), in
> any or all of the afore mentioned disciplines and everyone
> (regardless of discipline) are paid, as RT's are paid in that facility
> or province.
> So, if you come across a med tech (RT) from Canada, beware,
> they could be quite proficient and knowledgable about all things
> Greg Dobbin
> Pathology Lab
> Atlantic Veterinary College, U.P.E.I.
> 550 University Ave.
> Charlottetown, P.E.I.
> Canada, C1A 4P3
> Phone: (902)566-0744
> Fax: (902)566-0851
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