NSH Teleconferences are $90 each, and you can have as many people listen as
you want. Each received 1 hour continuing education from NSH. You receive
Kodachromes, handout (to be copied by you), and sign in sheet.
For an extra $10, you can receive a tape of the teleconference, and your
employees can listen to it anytime they have extra time, or even at home.
The tape comes with a 4 multiple choice test, which they complete as
verification of "participation", to earn the 1 hour CE from NSH. The
tape/test is good for up to 2 years after the teleconference, so you can use
it for new people who come in during that 2 year period, or for people who
procrastinate on getting their CEU.
Also, if you have someone who has a hearing impairment, NSH can provide a
transcript of the teleconference, also for an extra $10. This arrives about
1 month after the teleconference, again with the 4 multiple choice test. And
is worth 1 contact hour from NSH, and is good for up to 2 years..
For more information, go to:
The next three teleconferences for 2002 are:
July 17, 2002 - Predicting and Preventing Error with Competency Assessment
Presenter: Daniel Huan, Medical Center of Louisiana, New Orleans, LA
August 21, 2002 - Immunohistochemistry and Prognostic Factors in Breast
Presenter: David Tacha, HT(ASCP)HTL - Biocare Medical, Walnut Creek, CA
September, October and November: No teleconferences due to the NSH
Symposium/Convention, September 28 - October 3, 2002, Long Beach,
December 18, 2002 - Fixation and Staining Principles for Cytopreparation
Presenter: Beth Cox, SCT(ASCP), Flint, MI
I am currently working on 2003. Almost done. Just looking for someone for
Peggy A. Wenk, HTL(ASCP)SLS
NSH Teleconference Coordinator
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 11:31 AM
> Hello Histonet:
> I am looking for some information that I am sure the highly intelligent,
> beautiful, and modest Histonetters can help me with. As I am fairly new
> being the "top dog" in our lab there are some things that I want to do but
> lack the knowledge on how to get them started. The main thing is that we
> need to boost our continuing education. What do you do for yours and is
> there anything online that I can use as a resource.
> The other thing is that we have had IHC in our lab for more than a year.
> It is on an automated stainer and I have no problems with working the
> equipment. What I do not know is the theory behind the staining.
> buttons only triggers so much cognitive thought. Luckily we have a 30+
> year Tech whom is IHC certified so I can put allot of faith in her, but I
> need to educate myself. Is there any text books or journals that I can
> purchase for reference. I did some research for these myself but was
> woefully disappointed in the results. It seems as if there is not much
> Any information I can get on either of these two subjects would greatly
> Thank you in advance.
> Stephen J. Scholz HT(ASCP)
> Histology Laboratory
> OSF St. Anthony Medical Center
> Rockford Illinois
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