MLT

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MLT

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Malta. The code is used for transactions to and from Maltese bank accounts and for international shipping to Malta. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Over the past decade, fewer students have graduated from two-year medical laboratory technician (MLT) programs, four-year medical technology (MT) programs, and even master's programs every year, creating a serious shortage of laboratory professionals.
As a result of the link I've introduced, and regularly organise, continuing medical skills training for the non-doctor frontline health workers, such as health officers, midwives, nurses and the medical laboratory technicians as well as their trainers, in rural Ethiopia.
Others with high work stress were medical laboratory technicians, specialist physicians, general practitioners and family physicians, and registered nurses (other than head nurses and supervisors).
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.
The Medical Laboratory Technicians Board heard that Sandra Keane, of Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, had ordered the goods in the name of colleague Diana Rogers.
So it is more economical to staff a lab with two-year-degreed medical laboratory technicians at $12 an hour than four-year-degreed technicians at $15 an hour.
The need for medical laboratory technicians (MLTs) is growing fast, but few are stepping into the open positions.
These included an option for medical laboratory technicians (MLT) to complete a BS degree in MT.
Occupational therapists, respiratory therapists and audiologists/speech language pathologists were the most likely to move from one place to another, while dentists, licensed practical nurses and medical laboratory technicians were the least likely to relocate.
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