Re: [Histonet] histotechs

From:Rene J Buesa

  Not only how many are paying their dues, but how many are already DEAD or RETIRED?
  Remember that those figures go back to certifications from 1948 (HT) and 1980 (HTL).
  I for one am retired (one HTL less from the count!).
  René J.

Dolores Townsend  wrote:
      The number given for ASCP registered HT and HTL seems awfully low to me. So, another thing to consider: of those ASCP registered, how many are actually paying their dues to the ASCP and counted in the total? If only half of all HTs and HTLs are counted, that brings the numbers even higher.
  Going back to experience vs. certification, I worked for a small hospital and was HT, ASCP but some snotty MT once told me that we were not "real" techs. What is that suppose to mean? I'd like to see her do my job any day and see how she would get along...

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