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Time, Money, and Lives Blog

Get Pathology Residents up and Running on VoiceOver (Re-post)

It's March, and that means Spring is on the way. Before we know it, Summer will follow and new residents will be reporting to academic facilities across the nation. It's not too early to start thinking about them. In that spirit, we're re-posting Lindsey Pitsch's excellent blog on getting those residents up and running quickly on VoiceOver so these facilities have one less thing to worry about when they arrive:

Topics: Voiceover Client Services Training Residents

Is Your Pathology Department Expecting? Get New Users up and Running

When we think of the new year approaching, many of us think about change.  We might start to think, "How can I make this year even better?"  We are doing the same thing here at Voicebrook.  We have been looking at our client needs over the past year and we have realized that A LOT of you have had new users.  These users might be PAs, Pathologists, or Residents.  They might be with you for a few weeks or a few years, but the process to get them set up to be productive in your facility always seems to be the same.  I have spoken with many of our clients about what it takes to get someone up and running when they start.  The following are just a sample of what needs to occur:

Topics: Voiceover Client Services Training Residents

The Pathology Residents Are Coming...Eight Steps to VoiceOver Success

Prior to working at Voicebrook I was a Forensic Autopsy Assistant at an academic facility. I will always remember getting the catalogue of new residents each June. I also very much looked forward to the first year residents coming in for their first autopsy and trying to gross them out . . . but I digress. Since working at Voicebrook I have a whole new view on what many call ‘Resident Season’. I have now had my eyes opened to the administrative side of things and all of the time and effort that goes into getting residents trained and ready to be functional. From my conversations with our clients I have learned about the following steps taken to get a new resident up and running:

Topics: Voiceover Client Services Training Residents