Permit me to give you an expo into some untapped opportunities in the medical laboratory profession that one can earn an extra income from.
Writing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for different tests done in the medical laboratory is one area, that medical lab scientists and technicians alike have paid less attention to as to building capacity in.
I assume you already know what SOP is and the fact that SOP writing is part of the quality management systems of any medical laboratory.
Every test is expected to have a Standard Operating procedure on it so as one does not start conducting a blood test blindly and without a set of rules and procedures on how to go about it.
Most Medical Laboratory professionals have failed to fully explore and take full advantage of this aspect of Medical Laboratory Practice.
Everyone is focused on how to process the workload of urine samples he/she has available on his/her work or lab. bench.
No one seems to be looking at other direction or avenues of making extra money outside their monthly income.
Now I want to shock you that even as simple as Standard Operating Procedure writing is, you can still make money writing same for medical Laboratories that are interested for it.
What is involved is for you to perfect your skills on Standard Operating Procedure writing by perusing through other SOPs as well as downloading materials that will add to your repertoire of knowledge about this.
Robert Kiyosaki in one of his best sellers ‘Why We Want You To Be Rich: Two Men, One Message ‘ coauthored with Donald J. Trump said:
“If you want to make yourself rich, solve problems. Identifying a problem creates the opportunity for creating a solution.”
Same is applicable here, identify that there are medical laboratories who need people skilled in SOP writing to develop SOPs for their different tests for them which ordinarily will not go for FREE but will attract a fee.
Make yourself an authority in this seemingly neglected area of the Medical Laboratory Profession and your services will be much sought after.
What do you think?