proteus at reply_to_group.com
Sun Sep 23 17:29:36 EST 2001
Thanks for all the feedback. This will keep be busy for a while.
"Dilworth" <bactitech at hortonsbay.com> wrote in message
news:3BAD5C15.64AAC1EF at hortonsbay.com...
> You might also try the web site www.medscape.com. They have a lot of
> articles, some of which are interesting case histories. I've been using
> them for microbiology continuing education, as I'm on our lab's
> committee. You must register to get the articles, but they're free.
> I've found a lot of microbiology material in there. I haven't really
> searched for other areas of the lab, but you can sign up for newsletters
> from various perspectives and you might find things that are interesting
> (newsletters are free).
> The web site www.docguide.com also has a lot of continuing education
> material, online lectures (with slides). You must register for that
> also. You can personalize it to cover what's interesting to you. Check
> that out, too.
> Good luck.
> Judy Dilworth, M.T. (ASCP)
> Proteus wrote:
> > Hello: I am looking for case studies on bacteriological infectious
> > Can anyone recommend a good source? I am currently using the 1st Ed. of
> > Gilligan, Shapiro and Smiley book. I have ordered their second ed. which
> > published in 1997. I teach med. tech students and am looking for a more
> > challenging format for them other than what is available in the BOR.
> > Thanks.
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