- Anatomic Pathology Coder - Confidential - Newark, DE
- 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
Resources For State Newsletter Editors
The role of state newsletter editor can be a challenging one. In order to assist you in creating a successful publication, NSH has a number of resources available to you, including:
- Contact lists for the Board of Directors, Committee Chair/Appointees, State Presidents, State Newsletter Editors
- NSH Award Winners
- Awards Criteria
- State and Region Meeting List
- Teleconference Schedule
- Other information ï¿½ such as minutes from meetings conducted at the NSH Symposium/Convention and a list of NSH members in your state ï¿½ should be available from your State President and/or Region Director.
- If you need help in obtaining articles for your newsletter, the Article Exchange Bank is available. It is administered by the NSH In Action Editor. In addition to using the Article Exchange Bank, you are permitted to share newsletters and articles directly. The NSH encourages such cooperation; it will not have a negative effect on a newsletterï¿½s chance of receiving a newsletter award. The newsletters are judged for overall content, appearance, and usefulness to the readers. Originality of articles is a plus, but is not required.
- You are permitted to reprint information from NSH In Action or from the NSH website. However, please contact the NSH In Action Editor before reprinting articles, or portions thereof, from NSH In Action. This is to assure that you receive corrections in case there had been errors in the original article. Wherever you obtain items for publication, it is imperative to acknowledge the source(s).
- The State Newsletter Editors Resource List below contains publications that address the ï¿½nuts and boltsï¿½ of assembling a newsletter, from proofreading to finding authors.
- The NSH In Action Editor has the responsibility of communicating with state newsletter editors and assisting with questions or problems.
State Newsletter Editors Resource List
- So Now You are a Newsletter Editor Helpful Hints Booklet, by Peggy A. Wenk
- List of State Newsletter Editors with their Contact Information
- Sample Advertisement Rates
- Tips For Recruiting Authors, by Janet C. Dapson
- Writing For Newsletters (12 tips to help you write your newsletter), from www.newslettersonly.com
- Ideas From A to Z For Your Newsletter, by Rhonda Rogers
- Editing and Proofreading Strategies for Revision, from the Purdue University Online Writing Lab
- Conciseness: Methods of Eliminating Wordiness, from the Purdue University Online Writing Lab
- Internet Terms, Addresses and Style Suggestions, by Rhonda Rogers
The NSH In Action Editor can be contacted at: