To help maintain stability, one technologist
and the MT III department head always remain in the home section while the other technologist
The Chiropractic Technologist
program provides students with professional training in the field of alternative medicine, focusing on chiropractic.
and Canada, enabling technologists
to enter and access patient data and clinical information from any location, including in the emergency room, during portable exams, or at the patient's bedside.
Departmcnt of Labor, two-thirds of nuclear medicine technologists
work in hospitals, but SNM notes that they may also work in clinical settings that include outpatient imaging facilities, public health institutions, and government and private research institutes.
report similar results at Jamestown Community College (NY), where Network Systems Administrator Jeff Camp implemented thin client technology Last year to reduce soaring hardware maintenance costs as well Looking back, Camp estimates that the college's old, fat-client PCs were costing him between $900 and $1,500 apiece to maintain.
or laboratory clinicians have two-year, four-year, master's, and sometimes doctorate degrees.
The Axcelis Fellows and Distinguished Technologists
program was created to recognize the achievements and contributions of exceptional technologists
During surgery, technologists
may pass instruments and various other sterile supplies to the surgical team members.
Extended radiologic technologist
licensure to 2010 in Mississippi.
Calling all technologists
who is a member of CANNT (you know who you are, you are reading this article).
The result is an opportunity for information technologists
to become full partners in the management of the business.
Other benefits available to members are: an awards program to honour achievements, an identification stamp, a technology ring, a subscription to The Ontario Technologist
magazine, local chapters and a chapter newsletter, employment services programs, and access to group insurance programs and discount programs.