RE: Struck a Nerve
I know we've been here before, but I must say that I have asked opinions on
instruments and products for a long time through the Histonet. In recent
months most are cautious and intimidated by giving an honest answer. Many
answer privately to avoid repercussions and then everyone else loses. How
can we be the much needed resource to one another when this intimidation
Ginny Einfalt HT/HTL(ASCP)
Corporate Histology Manager, Virtua Health
From: JOE NOCITO [mailto:JNOCITO@satx.rr.com]
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 6:20 PM
To: HistoNet Server
Subject: Struck a Nerve
It appears that my last response to the Histonet struck a nerve in a certain
vendor. That vendor contacted my employer this morning.
One of the great things I love about the Histonet is the freedom to tell
our opinions, thoughts and experiences openly and honestly. However, how
open can we be when vendors start calling employers about postings on the
If that was an attempt to keep me quiet, or not to give my opinions,
that was a big mistake. I will continue to place my input on the Histonet
unless I'm otherwise instructed not to, by the administrators of this forum.
My response was an honest explanation of my experiences. No malice was
intended. I just reported my experiences in an honest, open manner.
What kind of a relationship can be built with a vendor if one cannot
express their experiences openly and honestly? I say not a very good one.
As usual, the opinions of this editorial are the sole responsibility of
the author and no way reflects the views of the employer or its associates.
Joe Nocito, BS, HT (ASCP) QIHC
Pathology Reference Lab
San Antonio, Texas
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