Not meaning to flame anyone here but, My daily goal, so to speak is too
always hand to the pathologists a slide of trays that are as close to
perfection as possible. I never expect "rejection" of our slides. When this
happens I investigate, find the cause and then address it. Otherwise the
"they are just Histotechs' you know, anyone can do what they do" attitude
would be just. It is a matter of pride for me. When I do have issues with
difficult cases such as difficulty in cutting I will go to the
reading Pathologist and give him a heads up, letting them know the slides
are less than optimal.
Cheryl Miller HT (ASCP)
402 738 5052
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