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Articles from Medical Laboratory Observer (June 1, 1985)

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A polished proposal for laboratory funding; an effective request for funds must demonstrate the laboratory's needs, the cost involved, and the institution's potential benefits. West, Anne; Anderson, Wanda 1189
Benefits of a spreadsheet in microbiology. Manasse, Robert J. 922
Competition: an objective way to select a supervisor. Sherwin, Judith A. 838
Developing an effective policy and procedure manual. Barros, Annamarie Bibliography 1183
Is medical technology accreditation really necessary? Barros, Annamarie column 1032
Lab director issue pivotal in CAP's deemed status bid. 1246
Postcript to an MLO article. FitzGibbon, Robert J. editorial 641
PR strategies to boost the image of medical technology; by taking part in three kinds of community activities, lab professionals can raise their field out of obscurity and win supporters. Butera, Roberta Jacobs 1207
The disparities in MLT programs; technicians are becoming more important to lab operations, but this survey indicates that MLT schools differ markedly in admission criteria, courses, and tuition. Becan-McBride, Kathleen 1146
The prestige of MTs in health care circles. Parker, Harry J.; Chan, Fong 1010
The why of policies and procedures; an organization's purpose or mission gives rise to policies, and from policies flow procedures. Day, Carmel Marti 914
When techs ask: 'What else needs to be done?' When a supervisor is too busy to explain, a written outline of extra tasks enables technologists to lend a helping hand. Nass, Janet M. 1707

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