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technology are quickly replacing the concept of the one-man show. A recent news
briefing noted on the major differences between Baby Boomer Physicians and
even the doctors of Generation “X” versus the new hires of Generation “Y,” but
who will bridge the transitional gap? As younger physicians and pathologists continue
to join the ...
The ADVANCE team toured the wonderful laboratories at University of Pennsylvania/Penn Medicine last week. I wanted to help spread the word of some of their significant achievements.
For example, a new treatment for leukemia, called CART 19, has proven effective in several terminally ill patients. Their findings appeared recently in the New ...
ADVANCE is seeking authors for its Learning Scope continuing education series. These
peer-reviewed articles are produced in cooperation with the American Society for Clinical
Laboratory Science and appear in print and online.
We are seeking articles containing
original scholarly work that describes:
specific instructional and lab ...
Guest post by Karen Appold
ATLANTA -- During the Wednesday afternoon session, “Career Options for the Medical Laboratory Scientist,” four laboratorians summarized their career paths, some of which deviated from the traditional laboratory setting. They also described rewards and challenges along the way as well as offered advice for climbing the ...
An article I read recently at CNN.com noted basically there are two types of people in life: those who kick the grocery store cart up on the curb and drive off or those who return the cart to the store (or, I assume, to the cart corral). I'm the latter. I've always tried to play by the rules and tried to follow instructions. If someone asks me to ...
A Pennsylvania Department of Health report revealed that a patient died at a hospital after discrepant blood sugar results allegedly went unrecognized and, worse yet, unreported to doctors.
This post-transplant patient allegedly died as a result of low blood sugar for an extended period of time. The sad part is we wonder whether this tragic death ...
With a rising tuition and a weak job market, many graduates wonder if the degree they just received worth the financial and time investment. There is a good reason for that when they can not find jobs in their field of study.
Some attend college knowing exactly what they want to major in. Others range from clueless to slightly interested in a ...
If you have not made plans to attend the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) Annual Meeting this summer, you still have time to do so. The meeting is designed for you and your professional needs. The meeting offers educational topics that promote advanced learning in the science and practice of clinical laboratory science as ...
M. Jane Hudson, PhD, MT(ASCP)SM, CLS(NCA) is retiring on June 30, 2011 after an incredible career as chairperson, program director and professor at The University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.
Dr. Hudson opened her doors and arms for me back in 1993 when I was pursuing my master’s degree. She directed me in the correct path in so ...
Educators always encourage students to talk, to be vocal, and to speak their mind. We like to engage with our students in a lively intellectual discussion about learning and recent events. Students carry on vibrant conversations all day long, but once in the classroom, it becomes a challenge for them to talk or to express their feelings. It is ...