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March 27, 1943

A Curriculum for Schools of Medical Technology

JAMA. 1943;121(13):1115. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840130129031

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Abstract

Emphasis is placed on the presentation of an organized outline of instruction which might be looked on as a teaching plan for schools for clinical laboratory technicians. This edition has been thoroughly revised and enlarged with the assistance of many suggestions from pathologists in various parts of the United States. Considerable information is included in the introduction, which is of value to the pathologists directing schools for clinical laboratory technicians, and emphasis is placed on the important divisions of the laboratory training. The curriculum is adaptable to training programs ranging from twelve to twenty-four months in duration. Most of the curriculum is composed of teaching guides containing the subjects to be presented each week. Assignments are included under the heading of each subject, and a bibliography is arranged so that selected references are given with each assignment. The order of progression of these assignments appears to be logical. The curriculum

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