Re: [Histonet] Lab assistant working in histology

There is nothing wrong with having a lab assistant changing stainers, processors, or coverslipping, as long as they are properly trained-but tech work is a no no.
Roxanne Soto
Clinical Lab Manager
Physicians RightPath
Tampa, Florida 
-----Original Message-----
From: Rebecca Barnhart 
Sent: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 13:57:47 -0400
Subject: [Histonet] Lab assistant working in histology

Does anyone know of a regulation (CLIA, CAP, JACHO) preventing a lab
assistant from working in histology (embedding, cutting, staining,
coverslipping and changing solutions)?  Thanks!

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