Re: Educational requirements

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From:Louise Burrell <>
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Date:Wed, 5 May 1999 15:51:06 -0500 (CDT)
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Dear all:
Whatever they(the ubiquitous they) plan to advance Histology GREAT---A few
????s  How about another grandfathering into HTL from HTs registered
before l985 or so????  And, giving talks at our local high schools to
recruit for training programs/AS degrees in community colleges??
A lot of us may be stuck in bad situations--I for example am
management----NO O/T and NO comp time----on call 24-7 (they give me a free
beeper!!)    I do alot of Molecular Biology, RNA DNA Protein Lysate
extraction from tissues, bloods and serum---not to mention cell cultures.
I am only being paid as a HT.  If I have to work more hours--you may never
see or
hear from me again  (just a tad bit of histrionics, here)  but,
seriously----let's think about this.  I am sure I may have started
something again---but, I know I need a grandfathering into HTL---That
field test at NSH is one of my  goals. 
Thanks for listening

                                With warmest regards,
				Louise "Beezie" Burrell
				Chief Technologist-Cancer Center
				Tissue Procurement Core Facility
				Campus Box #8056
				Washington University School of Medicine
				St. Louis, MO.  63110
				Ph:  314-454-7615
				Fax: 314-454-5525

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