Sinclair resumes classes on Monday, March 23 ONLINE ONLY. NO IN-PERSON classes or services will be available at all Sinclair Locations until further notice. For Sinclair College updates and resources, please go to www.sinclairprepared.com
Role transition to beginning Tissue Banking Technology practitioner. Emphasizes a common systematic approach to tissue processing and sterile processing procedures. Introduces Tissue Banking Technologist’s role on recovery and processing teams in all related environments. 14 Practicum Hours per week. Taught in an 8-week term.
Division: Health Sciences
Department: Surgical Technology
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: No
Prereqs: BIO 1107 AND SUT 1101 AND SUT 1107
Assume, with supportive guidance, the role of the tissue banking technologist at an employment acceptable level for general and commonly performed tissue recovery and processing techniques.
Demonstrate standard application of the sterile technique in the tissue banking environment.
Interact with all departments of CTS (Community Tissue Services) in a professional manner during all scheduled clinical rotations.