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technology

the application of scientific principles and know-how in the development and operation of industrial processes, systems and products. See AUTOMATION, NUMERICAL CONTROL, ROBOT, COMPUTER, PRODUCTION LINE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING, NEW-PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.

technology

the application of scientific and technical knowledge in order to improve products and production processes. See TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESSIVENESS, PRODUCTIVITY.
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BRPT registration, which requires technologists to pass an exam and meet other conditions, is often preferred by sleep-lab employers.
* promotion of life-long learning for the development and improvement of individual technicians and technologists.
Medical technologists draw blood, run diagnostic tests, pass rigorous inspections, operate technical equipment, use quick, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
On the theme of the celebration, 'PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGISTS AND PHARMACY TECHNICIANS: EDUCATED, TRAINED AND DEDICATED PHARMACY PROFESSIONALS,' Mr Odetola said that schedules of the Pharmaceutical Technologists and Pharmacy Technicians involve counselling of patients on the use of drugs and medicaments in various pharmacy departments at teaching hospitals, state and general hospitals, including art of stores management.
Approximately 400 registered veterinary technologists work in Saskatchewan in a variety of settings, such as veterinary clinics, livestock operations, and veterinary pharmaceutical and supply companies.
Even with healthcare as a devolved function, it is emerging that the pharmaceutical technologists have been pushed to the back burner.
In this way, technologists have an important role in radiology because they are the collector of the data.
All technologists who are trained on the instrument
Relatedly, radiologic technologists, who have become key members of the health care team in health establishments, have to keep pace with technological developments and be knowledgeable in all modalities of radiologic examination and monitoring,' the DBM said.
The NTC has announced that it would maintain a National Register of Technologists and registration would be carried for graduate technologists holding 4-year technology degrees from HEC-recognised higher-education institutions and technology programmes consisting of 130-140 credit hours with 16 years of academic learning through FSc Pre-Engineering or equivalent.
NTC has announced that it will maintain National Register of Technologists (NRT) and registration will be carried for Graduate Technologists holding four-year technology degree from HEC recognized higher education institutions and technology programmes consisting of 130-140 credit hours with 16 years of academic learning through FSc Pre-Engineering or equivalent/ ICS/ DAE.

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