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Monitoring Laboratory Practices in the United States
 - Selected  References for Laboratory Personnel Issues:
    Manpower
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  1. Clinical Laboratory Technologists and Technicians. 1998. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 1998-99 Occupational Outlook Handbook. Ref Type: Report

  2. Castleberry BM, Simpson PP. ASCP Board of Registry Statistics. Lab Med. 1998;29:474

  3. Karni K. Clinical Laboratory Employment and Workload Patterns. Clin Lab Sci. 1997;10:251-257.

  4. Report to Congress on Shortages of Clinical Laboratory Technologists in Medically Underserved and Rural Communities. HHS/HRSA 93-284(P) and 356 (P). 1993. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions. Ref Type: Report

  5. Factors Contributing to the Supply of Laboratory Personnel in Rural North Dakota. Williams, K. and et al. 5-21-1993. University of North Dakota Center for Rural Health. Ref Type: Report

  6. Karni K. Employment Patterns and Turnover Among Laboratory Personnel: A Twenty-Year Study. J Allied Health 1993;22:157-174.

  7. Rubin, R. J., Mendelson, D. N., and Ford, J. A. Proceedings from the Lewin-VHI Panel on Clinical Laboratory Personnel. 1-46. 1993. Lewin-VHI, Inc.
    Ref Type: Conference Proceeding/Presentation

  8. CLMA Personnel Survey Report. 1992. Wayne, PA 19087-1704, Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA).
    Ref Type: Report

  9. LIFT 2000: Laboratory Initiatives for the Year 2000. 1992. Bethesda, Maryland, Janus Associates.
    Ref Type: Report

  10. 1992 Wage and Vacancy Study. 1992. Farmington Hills, Michigan, Market Opinion Research.
    Ref Type: Report

  11. Eighth Report to the President and Congress on the Status of Health Personnel in the United States, 1991 - - Allied Health. DHHS Publication No. HRS-P-OD-92-1. 1992. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions.
    Ref Type: Report

  12. Snyder JR. Manpower Needs in the Year 2000: Medical Technology Education. Lab Med. 1992;23:416-419.

  13. Stone M. Shortage of Healthcare Workers Means Job Opportunities. In: Anonymous1992:

  14. Karni K, Solberg P. Job Turnover of Clinical Laboratory Personnel - - An Update. Clin Lab Sci. 1991;4:303-310.

  15. Seventh Report to the President and Congress on the Status of Health Personnel in the United States. DHHS Publication No. HRS-P-OD-90-1. 1990. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions.
    Ref Type: Report

  16. Anonymous. Results of a National Survey on Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS). Clin Lab Sci. 1990;3:258-267.

  17. Davis BG. Effect of Personnel Licensure on Clinical Laboratory Manpower. Clin Lab Sci. 1990;3:250-253.

  18. Estry D, Gardner P. Personnel Status Trends in Clinical Laboratory Science: A Report on the 1989 ASMT National Personnel Survey. Clin Lab Sci. 1990;3:258-267.

  19. Gardner P, Estry D. Changing Job Responsibilities in Clinical Laboratory Science: A Report on the 1989 ASMT National Personnel Survey. Clin Lab Sci. 1990;3:382-388.

  20. Hallam K. Lab Staffing in the Shortage Era. Med Lab Obs. 1990;8:24-29.

  21. Summers SH, Rudmann SV, Simpson MB, Weed JS. Clinical Laboratory Manpower: Issues and Stratagies. Clin Lab Sci. 1990;3:245-249.

  22. Zwemer JD, Crowley JR. Predictions of Laboratory Personnel Shortages for the State of Georgia in the 1990s. Clin Lab Sci. 1990;3:268-270.

  23. Allied Health Services: Avoiding Crises. Institute of Medicine. 1989. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.
    Ref Type: Report

  24. Castleberry BM, Kuby AM. Who will Staff the Laboratory of the '90s? Med Lab Obs. 1989;7:59-66.

  25. Chamness MS, Johnson DR. How a Hospital and University Jointly Recruit MTs-to-be. Med Lab Obs. 1989;21:51-54.

  26. Mckee, S. A. and Reinhardt, T. Survey Confirms Shortage of Laboratory Employees. Health Market News. (Summer), 1-7. 1989.
    Ref Type: Magazine Article

  27. Rudmann SV. Quality Assurance: A Quantifiable Improvement in Patient Care. Clin Lab Rev. 1989;2:27-31.

  28. Clinical Laboratory Technologists and Technicians. 1988. Bureau of Labor Statistics. (1988-89). 1988-89 Occupational Outlook Handbook.
    Ref Type: Report

  29. Sixth Report to the President and Congress on the Status of Health Personnel in the United States. DHHS Publication No. HRS-P-OD-88-1. 1988. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professionals.
    Ref Type: Report

  30. Barros A. A New Crisis in Medical Technology. Med Lab Obs. 1988;20:21-22.

  31. Flanagin A. Positioning the Clinical Laboratory in the New Health-Care Marketplace. Clin Lab Sci. 1988;1:6-13.

  32. Jones NM. Attrition Rates, Self-esteem, Self-actualization in Medical Technologists and Medical Technicians. Clin Lab Sci. 1988;1:174-176.

  33. Lunz ME, Castleberry BM, James K, Stahl J. The Quality of Laboratory Staff and the Accuracy of Results. JAMA. 1988;259:44-44.

  34. Martin BG. Lab Personnel Shortage: The Growing Crisis. Med Lab Obs. 1988;20:28-33.

  35. Mass D. Medical Technologists: A Vanishing Breed? Lab Management 1988;26:51-53.

  36. Roseman E. How to Stop Losing Your Best Workers. Med Lab Obs. 1988;20:71-75.

  37. Umiker WO. Is Your Lab Closing These Gaps in Staff Potential? Med Lab Obs. 1986;18:70-72.

  38. Hajek AM, Blumberg P. Factors Contributing to Professional Attrition of Medical Technologists. Lab Med. 1982;13:488-497.

  39. Karni K, Studer WM, Carter SJ. A Study of Job Turnover Among Clinical Laboratory Personnel. Amer J Med Technol. 1982;48:49-59.

  40. Myers K, Bronstein RA, Vojir CP. Why Are Medical Technologists Dissatisfied? Lab Med. 1982;13:482-487.

  41. James GY, Beerbaum L. Harder Times for Medical Technology Interns. Med Lab Obs. 1981;13:51-57.

  42. Karni K, Carter S. Trends and Turnover. Minnesota Med Technologists 1975;8:3-8.


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