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The NTC has announced that it would maintain a National Register of Technologists and registration would be carried for graduate technologists holding 4-year technology degrees from HEC-recognised higher-education institutions and technology programmes consisting of 130-140 credit hours with 16 years of academic learning through FSc Pre-Engineering or equivalent.
NTC has announced that it will maintain National Register of Technologists (NRT) and registration will be carried for Graduate Technologists holding four-year technology degree from HEC recognized higher education institutions and technology programmes consisting of 130-140 credit hours with 16 years of academic learning through FSc Pre-Engineering or equivalent/ ICS/ DAE.
NTC has announced that it will maintain a national register of technologists (NRT) and registration will be carried for graduate technologists holding four-year technology degree from HEC recognised higher education institutions and technology programmes consisting of 130-140 credit hours with 16 years of academic learning through FSc pre-engineering or equivalent/ICS/ DAE.
Whittaker, Imaging Services Clinical Educator at Union Health-Union Hospital, said it was her technologists who actually came up with the idea of purchasing an MRI safe cart and requested additional training on transferring patients.
Rubber Technologists Network is an organization of rubber technologists founded by TechnoBiz and Rubber World in March to exchange information on rubber technology.
For example, some food technologists may dedicate their entire career to soy foods or to cereal chemistry.
Radiologic technologists are much more prone to the biological effects of X-ray radiation than any other worker in a hospital setting because they are the ones who directly operate the X-ray machine and handle the patients.
Anesthesia technologists work in hospitals, clinics, teaching facilities, trauma centers, transplant centers or other medical facilities with operating, emergency or delivery rooms.
The appointments take Ashbury's team of specification technologists to a total of 11, who will continue to report to the company's Head of Regulatory Affairs Lorraine Eve.
It seems to me that this type of technology would be a marriage made in heaven for experienced medical technologists looking for more of the same, so to speak.
The group's purpose is to ensure that surgical technologists and surgical assistants have the knowledge and skills to administer patient care of the highest quality.
Over the last few years, membership for technologists has stayed stable.
Medical technologists work alongside pathologists in the blood bank's lab analyzing blood samples.
Radiologic technologists had bagels for breakfast and pizza for lunch as they celebrated National Radiologic Technology Week.
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