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The Cleveland Clinic Surgical Technology Programs Patients are advised to know their surgical technologist and any ST trainees in the room, some clini
20th of Mar, 2011 by User728348
The Cleveland Clinic can do better than having Surgical Technology Training Program instructors who claim a 'touch of Alzheimer’s' - when they can't remember an answer - in the OR area. This is not 'world class care.' EOE and AA appointments should be better than this.

The Clinic Surgical Technology Programs should have paid Teaching Assistants when the instructors are near retirement. Lab practicals, in the active OR areas, should be monitored and supervised or witnessed by two instructors – so that endless deriding of certain students by a lone instructor doesn’t happen - or endless moving of Cleveland Clinic furniture when the skills sheets do not require this. None of this screaming at certain students, or heavy furniture moving by white students, helps patient care. Patients should check on their Surgical Technologist, and any trainees in the room, by knowing who they are and asking where they trained. Talk to your Surgical Technologist and ask them questions. Some of the Cleveland Clinic instructors allow 'jack-ups' of certain students in OR rooms adjacent to active ORs - distracting from serious care & complicated procedures - and there are cases where the instruments sets were never sterilized, or sterile fields compromised, due to the distractions. Students threatening & screaming at one student regarding grades, in an active OR area, should never be tolerated. Patients can request no surgical technologist trainees, and/or no practicing or scavenger hunting for items in ORs adjacent to serious cases - for your family member's safety. It's a game with Ms. Luvenia Lewis to have certain white students try to move heavy OR beds up and down the halls - until they injure themselves or the electrical beds. Some non-minority (white) students take daily insults, derogatory comments, and 'put downs' in black slang or ebonics - the programs favor minority students. The Cleveland Clinic needs to improve their training programs in this area - more professionalism training. Some of the students use the f-words and b-words in classes, or practices, daily - to 'bitch-slap' a students who knows the material better than they do. Basically white students should not apply to these programs at the present time. However, diversity students will have no stone unturned that they succeed, be allowed to say anything they want or insult anyone they want in class, and nothing will be done - but they might do this to patients under anesthesia. Patient families should check on the surgical technologist in the room - and veto any 'practicing' in adjacent ORs. Cleveland Clinic needs to promote the best students regardless of race, color or being straight, ie not just black and LGBT; students that do the best academically should not be called out for endless lectures and jack-up sessions that they don’t ‘fit in.’

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