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Laboratory Administration
Leading / Interfacing
Beyond the Hospital

Reviewer: Richard Horowitz, M.D. (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 24 April 2013, last major update April 2013
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  1. Maintain an academic and intellectual attitude
  2. Recognize the value of organized medicine
  3. Understand your role in your community
  4. Develop a philanthropic agenda

Some Things to Do

  1. Obtain an appointment at your local Medical Schools - teach, attend conferences, bring students or residents to your hospital for rotations and participate in research studies
  2. Become active in professional societies, including the local Pathology Society, County Medical Association, AMA, ASCP and CAP - not only as a member, but as a contributing member of committees and eventually as one of the leaders
  3. Become active in your community - have a civic and political agenda - serve on the school board, join service organizations
  4. Participate as a contributor and also as a leader in community and hospital fund raising campaigns
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