Residents demonstrate an investigative and analytical thinking approach to management activities situations, including:
Provide continuing education to medical technologists and medical staff at small, rural hospitals.
Present interesting laboratory cases to clinicians and suggest appropriate additional testing if applicable.
Participate in at least one project, such as choosing new laboratory instrumentation, engaging in quality assurance activities, or implementing a new technique either at WVU or one of the outreach hospitals.
Residents discuss and apply the basic and clinically supportive sciences which are appropriate to the management skills in a monthly, interactive management conference including:
Explain the sociology and psychology necessary for optimal management skills.
Discuss the management scenarios to deal with management issues.
Explain basic personnel, billing, and other compliance requirements.
Management score for the in-service examination compared to national means
West Virginia University
School of Medicine
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P.O. Box 9100
Morgantown, WV 26506-9600