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May 20, 2011 General, SBI-New York 0 Comments

SBI New York – SBI New York SBI New York, Dr. J speaks to Allied Health Professionals at the New York State Society American Medical Technologists (NYSSAMT) Spring Seminar

Flushing, New York - On May 7, during the Spring Seminar and Business Meeting of the New York State Society American Medical Technologists NYSSAMT at the New York Hospital in Queens, formerly known as the Booth Memorial Hospital, Dr. Joseph Balatbat or Dr. J, the vice president of academic affairs from Sanford-Brown New York spoke to its members and officers on “Potpourri of Selected Topics and Issues from the AMT Journal of Continuing Education”. This is the second time that Dr. J has been invited by the society to be their guest speaker.

For the last ten years, Dr. J has won recognition in the Technical Writing Awards from the national American Medical Technologists (AMT) based in Rosemont, Illinois. His winning papers had been published in the society’s AMT Journal of Continuing Education Topics and Issues.. In this meeting, Dr. Balatbat discussed on four current medical issues namely; Iatrogenic Hypoglycemia: the Bittersweet Transformation of Type 1 diabetes Mellitus, Glycated (Glycosylated) HBA1c:New directions to diagnose diabetes; HPV Infection to HPV Vaccine: A Preventive Medical Breakthrough or a Political Polemic and lastly, The Moment of Truth on Hypertension.

Aside from the members and officers, there were Sanford Brown medical assistant students and faculty that attended the seminar.

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