Lynn M Legg/HSC/VCU
lmlegg at VCU.EDU
Tue Jun 4 12:36:31 PDT 2002
two articles in Radiologic Technology may be of interest to
you-"Patterns of Burnout Among US Radiographers" in the Jan/Feb 2002 issue
(Vol. 73 No. 3), and "Stress, Burnout, and Hardiness in RT's" in the
March/April 2001 issue (Vol. 72, No.4). This has been a popular topic in
recent years and I recall other articles in trade magazines such as R.T.
Image which may be useful to you.
Lynn Legg MBA, R.T. (R)(M)
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry
Richmond, Virginia USA
Luis Antonio Nogueira dos Santos <luisnogueirasantos at IG.COM.BR>
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Subject: Rad Tech
In attention to item requested in the oradlist. I inform that in Brazil
great difficulty in getting Rad. Tech, because the number of schools and
small. They are countless the judicial battles so that clinics that
employee without diploma can work in function of the professionals' lack.
Brazil we have several articles.
P.S I am also new in the oradlist
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From: "Kendall Delacerda" <Kdela1105 at AOL.COM>
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Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 10:19 AM
Subject: Departmental Morale with shortage
> Hey Everyone, I would like to know if anyone has read any current
or know of any sources that deal with Rad. Tech. morale and the strain the
nationwide shortage of technologist has caused on the profession. I am
thinking of researching this topic and would like any input or information
anyone receiving this e-mail may have. Thanks Kendall Delacerda
> P.S. I am new to this listserve, so please respond even if you do not
any information to share with me. I would just like to know about fellow
members in this list. Thanks
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