My name is Sarah Brotherton MLS(ASCP)CM and I am a generalist travel Medical Laboratory Scientist currently working at a 10-bed critical access hospital above the Arctic Circle in Alaska. I graduated from the University of Alaska in 2012 and from Weber State University with a degree in Medical Laboratory Science in 2014. I have been working in clinical laboratories since 2013.Continue reading
My name is Dr. Jo Horne and I am a Consultant Healthcare Scientist working within a large Cellular Pathology department at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS). UHS is a large UK teaching hospital in Southampton, which is a city on the central south coast of England. I work within Cellular Pathology, which is part of a large department with approximately 150 staff working in various general and specialist sections, as well as over four separate floors of the hospital. UHS is a regional referral centre and so we deal with the most complex patient samples within the south central region of England.
**Vahid Anwari, an X-Ray Technologist working in a large acute care hospital in downtown Toronto discusses his role in the healthcare team, as well as the exciting research opportunity in which he leads.**
**Mary Michalski, a Registered Nurse and recent graduate of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology describes her clinical experiences within the haematology-oncology/bone marrow transplant program at a children’s hospital, emphasizing the caring and courage needed in the nursing profession.**