The Educational Resources Coordinator reviews and updates the Annual NSH Educational Resource Guide. This guides provides a listing of publications and texts relevant to histology.
- Histologist - Athens G.I. - Athens, GA
- Histology technologist (Research Analyst I) - Indiana University School of Denstistry - Indianapolis, IN
- Histology Technician, Certified - Harris Health System - Houston, TX
- Histotechnician/Histotechnologist - Quest Diagnostics - Shelton, CT
- Histotechnologist Supervisor - 1303457 - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN
Leadership - Appointments
As the Editor of NSH In Action, Janet's role is to plan, produce, and publish a well-written, informative, interesting, and up-to-the minute newsletter. She functions as editor, typist, designer, desktop publisher, photographer, and proofreader.
HistoQIP is a quality assurance program for histopathology, jointly sponsored by the National Society for Histotechnology and the College of American Pathologists. The primary emphasis of the program is to improve the quality of histologic preparations routinely performed in the histology laboratory through education. NSH representatives on the committee grade submissions and prepare the written materials returned to labs.
In 2012 the HistoQIP program expanded the biopsy program to include tissue specific programs as well as the general biopsy program. Response to this new program has been great. Participation in the original program which rotates submission of two tissues for H&E, one special stain, and two immunohistochemistry stains, continues to grow. There was an initial drop when some specialty labs enrolled in the general program switched over to the biopsy program; however the enrolment continues to grow as new laboratories join the program.
The Journal of Histotechnology is a quarterly publication dedicated to technological innovation and enhancements in the field of histology. The Editor in Chief is responsible for the solicitation of articles, review process and the production of this first class scientific Journal.
The Teleconference Coordinator is responsible for developing the Annual Teleconference Series program and moderating each teleconference.
If you are interested in presenting a Teleconference or if you have a suggestion for a topic please email Peggy.