|From:||Nancy Klemme |
This can be frustrating. However, if specimen outcome might be compromised as a result of what is requested, you can responsibly provide published information (text books, journal/newsletter articles) that supports your method of operation. You can also request the same of your manager and pathologist to show that you are open to information that expands your understanding of the specimen handling. Cooperative accountability is certainly desired. The bottom line? - - the pathologist has to provide the diagnosis for the person we all have to serve…..the patient.
Mgr. Customer/Product Support
Sakura Finetek USA, Inc.
From: AJMixon21@aol.com [mailto:AJMixon21@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2002 2:15 AM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Qualifications
what would you do if your manager and pathologists don't agree with you, and insists that youdo as he wishes? thanks AJ