When I was in school (about 4-5 years ago) we used Freida Carson's
Histotechnology; a Self Instructional Text.
I knew nothing about histology at that point, and this book was
extremely easy to follow and understand. :-) I believe that it taught me
the foundation of everything I know about histology.
We have lots of books in my lab now, but I still reference Carson's
Parker, Helayne wrote:
> Just wondering what texts, training aids etc one would recommend to
>use for training a person w/ no experience in Histo (from scratch).
>only path experience this person has is being a Path Secretary. I have
>trained many people before but usually they were lab techs or what have
>Helayne Parker, HT (ASCP)
Histotech, Histology Laboratory
Holy Spirit Hospital
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