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Re: Regulation of Health Care Staff
#20566 06/04/04 3:42 PM
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Ostentatious KM top of the morning ostentation indeed. By Registration "Does we get some extra insurance/Assurance in our daily duties ?". Is one allowed to practice ones profession in peace and harmony without paranoia...following manufacture’s recommendations and current official guidelines of course. eek

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Re: Regulation of Health Care Staff
#20567 06/04/04 5:00 PM
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Louis, Forget the "extra insurance/Assurance in our daily duties" What about the extra money,holidays etc laugh laugh laugh


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Re: Regulation of Health Care Staff
#20568 07/04/04 9:41 AM
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Ah don't the Anemone japonica’s redolence delightfully this fine morn? rolleyes


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Re: Regulation of Health Care Staff
#20569 07/04/04 12:35 PM
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I agree with your comments on registration, it can only be a benefit to us all.
The way I understand it is that anyone employed at MTO3 or higher will have to have state registration. It will not be down to EBME managers to decide if they want to employ registered or non-registered staff, it will be a legal requirement for all MT03's and higher to be registered.
The same rules regarding registration will apply to us that apply to nursing and clinical posts, ie if you are not registered you will not be allowd to work at that level.

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#20570 07/04/04 2:52 PM
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`Louis agrees as well, Louis has always chirped his beak for unification. However, Suppose Louis had a trainee subordinate type henchman with potential and an ONC in electronics. We hire him i.e. because for one reason or another Louis could not dangle the golden carrot to catch the all knowledgeable graduate. Louis and his boys trained the subordinate, sent him on every available manufacturers course that ever existed. This subordinate has now flowered into the mighty “SuperTech”. He works hard and climbs to MTO3 3*. However, in the eyes of the Register Gods, he still only holds an ONC. Will he be “Black Balled”? What say ye?

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Re: Regulation of Health Care Staff
#20571 07/04/04 3:47 PM
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At the moment there is no clear indication as to the level of qualification required. However, in theory if the qualification threshhold has not been reached, then it would not be possible to register. this would mean that limits would be placed upon what work could be undertaken.

I would assume that it will be possible to take the necessary courses etc to achieve the level required. This will, no doubt, also be the case for higher grades if they bring in a system of 'gateways'.

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#20572 08/04/04 8:37 AM
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If the regulation of technologists is the safe as with Clinical Scientist then education is not an issue.

When the HPC opened the register to Clin Sci in June last year it also opened a two year window where people could register under the grandparenting system.

In short it meant that people working on the Clinical Scientists B or C grade could apply for registration without having the necessary qualification or formal training. They only need to prove that they are currently working to the required standard and competency.

I assume if registration for technologists is made mandatory then these transitional arrangements will also be made available.

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#20573 08/04/04 4:16 PM
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Techman/Bioman Louis welcomes your valued comments but you both use the word "Assume".
Yet again on this forum Louis feels the "Steering Committee Members"/Register Gods, whatever, yet again fail to provide the "Factual" answer Louis and others seeks. confused
We are a profession and Louis does not "ASSUME" otherwise. Come on "Clique" fill us in on the academic reqirements, please? frown

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