Getting it done: was RE: The future of Histotechs
Don, I seem to remember an unwritten rule, namely, he/she who suggests it is
the first elected to DO it! And that is not totally facetious.
Here is a link for helping in schools by doing microscopy, and at the same
time promoting a microscopy-related profession:
From: Don Skaggs [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 9:17 AM
Subject: RE: The future of Histotechs
Tim Morken wrote:
"I feel the real issue is that people are unaware the field even exists."
I believe Tim hit the nail on the head, and now I feel compelled to throw in
my 2 cents. Is there any way histology could be promoted at a high school
level? With all it's hands-on science, I think histology could be a very
interesting part of a high school biology class. Or it could even be
integrated into some broader college science classes. Which leads me to
another question: who could/would promote it? NSH or state societies?
Possibly some pathology product manufacturers? If you build it, will they
come? Somebody tell me if I'm out of my mind here.
"You cannot un-ring a bell." - Paul Harvey
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