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Surg Tech Apologizes! - SurgicalTechSuccess
August 30, 2007


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In today's Newsletter:

~My Apology~




It simply amazes me...


Yep, time and how it truly flies...

FIrst of all before I get into a long drawn out excuse filled newsletter about why I haven't written to you lately, let me just say:


Yes, it's quite simple~

I truly apologize for not writing a newsletter sooner and in turn, feeling like I've let some of you down.

You see the fact of the matter is, as many of you know, I am not one for excuses...

That being said, I do have an explanation for my absence.

You see, about three months ago, I was given the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of a group of Surgical Tech students.


As many of you know, I love to teach and share my experience & knowledge about the world of surgery and the field of surgical technology.


I started teaching at a local college on a full time basis.

AND as it goes, my schedule has been pretty crazy lately-

The thing that presented me with a bit of a challenge and kept me pretty wrapped up is the fact that I stepped into a position with these students in the middle of their Surgical Tech program.

Yes, I was asked to replace an instructor who had to relocate on a very short notice, and basically, I jumped right into the middle of a term with a class of new ST Students.

As I'm sure you can imagine, picking up a surgical tech class in the middle of a term kept me feeling like I was constantly playing "catch-up" while trying to stay two steps ahead of the lesson plans and 3 to 4 steps ahead of the students questions.

So, I've been lecturing and teaching lab on a full time basis for the last three months.

AND as many of you know, I also keep myself busy with speaking engagements among other projects in and around the surgical tech field.

Sooooo, please accept my apology if you have been looking for a recent newsletter or updated reminder.

I am back on track now and you'll be hearing from me on a regular basis again.

If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or otherwise, shoot me an email.

I look forward to hearing from you and I look forward to speaking to you very soon.

Thank you once again for your time and your continued support!

Until Next Time~

Your friend,

Robert Prince, CST



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