There are benefits to being a SVT member. Lets talk about CME's. At lest
12 credits a year from taking the Journal exams allows one to remain
registered without spending up to a thousand dollars for a symposium. Plus,
I have acually learned a few things from reading the Journal cases. Keep
the faith Don. There are many Vascular Technologist that firmly believe in
supporting the SVT.
Steven Beck, RVT
Mercy General Hospital, Sacramento, CA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Ridgway" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, August 02, 2002 10:12 AM
Subject: Why join SVT? I mean really.
> Bonnie Johnson (and anyone else who wants to weigh in):
> I've just been fussing at another tech--pardon me, sonographer--about why
> one should join SVT even if the journal isn't as exciting as, say, Maxxim
> something. I felt that I needed better arguing points. Could you post a
> concise list of good reasons for rejoining?
> I feel silly having to persuade anyone, but there it is.
> Don Ridgway
> Grossmont Hospital
> Grossmont College
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