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It also includes the study of Code of Ethics of Medical Technologists and bioethics. Bioethics focuses on the basic ethical principles, major bioethical principles and its application to health and human life. Terminal Competencies: At the end of this course, the student is able to: 1.

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Section 1. Section 2. Definition of Terms. Section 3. Section 4. Compensation and Traveling Expenses of Council Members. In addition the chairman and members of the council shall be entitled to traveling expenses in connection with their official duties.

Section 5. Functions of the Council of Medical Technology Education. Section 6. Minimum Required Course. The Council is hereby authorized, subject to the approval of the Secretary of Education to change, remove from or add to the subjects listed above as the needs and demands of progress in the science of medical technology may require.

Section 7. Board of Examiners for Medical Technology. No member shall be allowed more than one reappointment. The President of the Philippines shall fill the vacancy that may occur but the appointee shall serve only the unexpired term of the incapacitated member. Section 8. Qualifications of Examiners. Section 9. Executive Officer of the Board. He shall keep a register of all persons to whom certificates of registration have been granted. Section Functions and Duties of the Board. Removal of Board Members.

The Department of Health or its authorized agency shall upon recommendation of the Council of Medical Technology Education approve laboratories for accreditation as training laboratories for Medical Technology students or postgraduate trainees upon satisfactory evidence that said laboratories possess qualified personnel and properly equipped to carry out laboratory procedures commonly required in the following fields: bacteriology, serology, parasitology, hematology, and biochemistry, and that the scope of activities of said laboratory offer sufficient training in said laboratory procedures.

Inhibition Against the Practice of Medical Technology. Written notices of such examination shall be published in at least three newspapers of national circulation by the Secretary of the Board at least thirty days prior to the date of examination. Qualification for Examination. The Board shall prepare the schedule of subjects for examination and to submit the same to the Commissioner of Civil Service for publication at least four months before the date of examination.

The Board shall compute the general average of each examinee according to the abovementioned relative weights of the subjects: Provided , However , That the Board may change, add to or remove from the list of subjects or weights above, as progress in the science of medical technology may require, subject to the prior approval of the council. Report of Rating. Ratings in the Examination. No further examination will be given an applicant who has not qualified after three examinations, unless and until he shall have completed 12 months refresher course in an accredited medical technology school or month postgraduate training in an accredited laboratory:.

Oath taking. Issuance of Certificate of Registration. All certificates shall be signed by all the members of the Board and attested by its Secretary. The duly registered medical technologist shall be required to display his certificate of registration in the place where he works. All such fees shall be paid to the disbursing officer of the Civil Service Commission who shall pay from the receipts thereof, all authorized expenses of the Board including the compensation of each member.

Refusal to Issue Certificate. Administrative Investigation-Revocation or Suspension of Certificates. The existing rules of evidence shall be observed during all administrative proceedings, the respondents shall be entitled to be represented by counsel or be heard in person, to have a speedy and public hearing, to confront and cross-examine witnesses against him or her, and to all other rights guaranteed by the Constitution.

The Board may, after giving proper notice and hearing to the party concerned reprimand an erring medical technologist or revoke or suspend his certificate of registration for the causes mentioned in the next preceding section or for causes enumerated in section twenty-nine 29 of this Act, or for unprofessional conduct, malpractice, incompetency, or serious ignorance or gross negligence in the practice of medical technology.

No penalty of revocation shall be imposed unless there is a unanimous vote of all the three members of the Board. The Board may, by majority vote, impose the penalty of reprimand or suspension, the latter however not to exceed two years.

When the penalty of suspension or revocation is imposed by the Board the medical technologist shall be required to surrender his certificate of registration within thirty days after the decision becomes final, under the pain of perpetual disqualification from the practice of medical technology in the Philippines for inexcusable failure to do so. The suspension shall run from the date of such surrender. Reinstatement, Reissue or Replacement of Certificates.

The suspension of a certificate of registration shall be automatically lifted upon the expiration of the period of suspension and said certificate shall be re-issued to the medical technologist concerned upon request without prejudice to further actions by the Board for violation of the provisions of this Act or conditions imposed by the Board upon the medical technologist during the period of suspension.

Foreign Reciprocity. Roster of Medical Technologists. The roster shall contain the name, address and citizenship of each registered Medical Technologist, date of registration or issuance of certificate, and other data which in the opinion of the Board are pertinent. The roster shall be open to public inspection, and copies thereof shall be mailed to each person included therein, placed on file in the Office of the President, furnished all Department Heads and all agencies, offices and instrumentalities of the Department of Health and to such other offices, private or governmental, and to the public upon request.

Penal Provisions. Separability Clause. Repealing Clause. Approved: June 21, Republic Act No. Clinical Laboratory Methods including hematology, serology, blood banking, clinical microscopy, applied microbiology, and parasitology, histopathologic techniques, and cyto-technology.

Group 7 - Medical Technology Laws and Bioethics

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  • Georgette N. 05.05.2021 at 21:24

    The Medical Technology Profession and the Philippine Laws on Medical Technology. 3. Rabor, Rodolfo R. Medical Technology Laws and Ethics: A​.

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