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Surg Tech's -RESPECT?- SurgicalTechSuccess
April 09, 2007
Hi,

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In today's Newsletter:

~Surgical Tech's Respect???~

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I often get a lot of questions and comments about the level of respect Surgical Techs on ALL levels receive.

SO, I'm going to ask you to leave me your feedback for a few simple questions and I will shoot a newsletter out to the field with the results.

Do you get the respect you deserve as a Surgical Professional (student or otherwise)?

Do you feel like Surgical Techs (student or otherwise) are treated like the other professionals in the O.R.?

Do you think the field of Surgical Technology is treated like a "real" profession?

What do you think can be done (if you feel anything should be done) to change the way the Surgical Tech Profession is viewed?

Here's your chance to be heard.

Simply reply to this email or go to the Contact Us form on the site and let me hear it:

http://www.surgicaltechsuccess.com/surgicaltechsuccesscontactus.html

PLEASE NOTE - - -

---ALL COMMENTS (positive, negative, or neutral) ARE WELCOME!

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---YOU WILL REMAIN ANONYMOUS (unless you want to be known)

Voice Yourself Today:

Surg Tech's -RESPECT?-

http://www.surgicaltechsuccess.com/surgicaltechsuccesscontactus.html

Until Next Time~

Your friend,

Robert Prince, CST

p.s. SEE why the Surgical Tech Success Handbook continues to be a Number One source of motivation, inspiration, and resource for Surgical Technologists on all levels.

Take a look here:

http://www.surgicaltechsuccess.com/surgicaltechhandbook.html

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"Accept yourself as you are. Otherwise you will never see opportunity. You will not feel free to move toward it; you will feel you are not deserving." - Maxwell Maltz

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