MT

(redirected from Clinical laboratory scientist)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.
Related to Clinical laboratory scientist: Clinical Laboratory Technologist

MT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MALTA.

MT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Malta. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Maltese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Malta. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Malta. Each local council has its own code with the prefix "MT." For example, the code for Isla is ISO 3166-2:MT-20.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The results of a recent survey of family practice practitioners support the consultant role for the clinical laboratory scientist.16 In a response to the statement, "My clinical performance would benefit if there was a mechanism for simple and effective consultation on the selection of laboratory tests, particularly the more complex assays" 92% of the practitioner totally agreed.
As a vital member of the healthcare team, these women clinical laboratory scientists played an important role in quality patient care.
Though weak predictors, working in a clinical laboratory setting NOT in a hospital and many years work experience in clinical laboratories promotes greater levels of continuance commitment (i.e., remain with employer because they need to) for the working clinical laboratory scientists who responded.
This series of articles will help clinical laboratory scientists become more facile with using contemporary information retrieval techniques and tools.
Similarly, there is quite a difference in scope of practice of molecular techniques of clinical laboratory scientists and cytotechnologists who might be certified at the entry level in molecular biology and those molecular biologists who graduate from approved molecular programs and enter a molecular diagnostic laboratory, also with the same entry-level certification.
Clinical laboratory scientists are very well trained to handle biohazardous and chemically hazardous materials; many have worked with radioactive materials, formaldehyde, and other chemical hazards over the years.
Eleven clinical laboratory scientists received international travel grants to attend the 2003 Annual Meeting & Clinical Laboratory Exposition in Philadelphia, PA.
Identification and classification of cancerous cells is a multistage process for clinical laboratory scientists. This process includes initial laboratory testing and typically is continued by the pathologist and his or her staff.
Often clinical laboratory scientists find themselves being promoted to supervisory and managerial positions with limited exposure to what these positions entail.
As stated in the editor's preface, the book is intended for a wide variety of readers, including medical laboratory technicians and technologists, medical students, residents in pathology and internal medicine, clinical laboratory scientists, pathologists, and other physicians.
In general, there has been a bit less emphasis on protecting clinical laboratory scientists from what might be called "laboratory-acquired infections" (LAIs).
The melding of the roles of once disparate laboratory specialists into Clinical Laboratory Scientists is reflected in the topics to be addressed over the next 2 days.

Full browser ?