Association of Surgical Technologists

Massachusetts State Assembly

Association of Surgical Technologists
Association of Surgical Technologists
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The Massachusetts State Assembly represents the profession of surgical technology throughout the state of Massachusetts. Its main focus is to provide its members with continuing education opportunites and advancement of awareness about the profession. The Massachusetts State Assembly strongly supports graduation from an accredited surgical technology program and mandatory certification for all surgical technologists in the state.

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Mass State Assembly Newsletter

January 2020

Hello and Happy New Year from your State Assembly!

I would like to welcome you to a new decade and what will hopefully be a wonderful new year!  In November 2019, I was proud to be elected President of the Massachusetts State Assembly of Surgical Technologists.  I have worked in different roles on the board since 2012.  I have represented Massachusetts as a delegate at National Conference for four years and I am excited to be returning to conference in Atlanta as President this year!

We are, once again, providing a first time attendee scholarship to a surgical technologist from Massachusetts to attend national conference.  I am very proud of this scholarship and I am happy that our board can help one of you to attend a very fun and informative conferenc in Atlanta.  The application is on our home page as well as our facebook page. 

Before we get to the National Conference, we will be hosting, for the third year in a row, our Spring State Assembly Workshop - this year it is Trauma - Shoulders, Hip and Spine (Hip and Spine) - I hope you heard the song in your head there!  This workshop is on March 21, 2020 at Bunker Hill Community College and 6 CEU's will be provided for attending (pending approval).  We hope to see you there!

I am keeping this inaugural announcement short, but please reach out if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions!

Sincerely,

Sheri Erikson

President


Massachusetts