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The Lambda Tau Honor Society is a student organization that encourages the high scholastic standards of students in medical technology as well as develops a spirit of cooperation and unity among students entering the field of Clinical
Laboratory Science/Medical Technology.
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The Student Organization of Clinical Laboratory Sciences (SOCLS) is an educational organization that works together to volunteer their time to the community, take part in continuing education opportunities outside the classroom, represent
the Clinical Laboratory Science profession, and act with honor, integrity, and respect in all our endeavors. Find us on Facebook.
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Pledge to the Profession
As a clinical laboratory professional, I strive to:
- Maintain and promote standards of excellence in performing and advancing the art and science of my profession
- Preserve the dignity and privacy of others
- Uphold and maintain the dignity and respect of our profession
- Seek to establish cooperative and respectful working relationships with other health professionals
- Contribute to the general well being of the community
I will actively demonstrate my commitment to these responsibilities throughout my professional life.
To symbolize the student's commitment to Clinical Laboratory Sciences profession, the Department hosts an annual pinning ceremony.
The practice of clinical laboratory scientist requires compassion and sensitivity combined with intellectual maturity, honesty, and curiosity. The Clinical Laboratory Sciences faculty recognizes their responsibility to teach students to be fully aware
of the implications of their actions as professional and essential members of the health care team.
To achieve this mission, the program enforces policies and regulations stated in the SHP Bulletin and the UTMB Catalog. Additional policies
and regulations established by the program are based on educational and clinical structures and the practical limitations of the program. It is essential that each student understand the regulations, their enforcement, and their rationale prior to
beginning their program.