[Histonet] HTL exam

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   &nb   that  read   information  needed  to   esp  found  the  B&S and th   was  great  to  read  them  again.If  y   attention  to what you are doing, you will lik   least  get  half  the  answers  from  just being engaged o   Memorization  will  not  help  with  questions that require you to re   cognize what a stain is, an artifact, troubleshooting etc.
   Nick(Rocky) Madary, HT/HTL(ASCP)QIHC

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   1. RE: HTL Exam (joelle weaver)
   2. Whisker   3. using Aquoes mounting media (Remedy Bi)
   4. RE: HTL   5. (no subject) (Freeman, Carol)
   6. RE: 15 year   7. counterstain for fast red (Kim Merria   8. HT training -competency checklist (joelle weaver)
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   Me   Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 14:11:19 +0000
   From: joelle weaver &l   Subject: [Histonet] RE: HTL Exam
   To: <[5]aaperghis <@t> uspath.com>, Histonet
   <<   href="mailto:histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu"   tar   _djrealurl="mailto:histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu">histon   et <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>,
   <[6]histonet-bounces <@t> lis   Message-ID: <SNT135-W65BE521[7]080A40866F1DB35D8C00 <@t> phx.g   Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
   A   study hel   response  to  stu   think  your system is goo   feeling  is  that  while  this  may     answer  on  any  MC  test  in  the  short  term; if   information  it  will  leave short term recall very quickly   will  be  lacking  when  called upon to use this information for appl   ication,  synthesis,  troubleshooting  etc.,  in a real lab situation.
   Memoriza   level  of unders   were  able  to  pass,  and   through your work in the lab. B   Joelle Weaver MAOM, BA, (HTL) ASCP
   [8]http://www.linkedin.c   > Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2011 12:38:24 -0700
   > From: [9]aaperghis <@t> uspath.co   > To: [10]joell   > Subject: HTL Exam
   > Hi Joell   >
   >  I  took the HTL exam in April. I thought I did    up passing (go figure).
   > I honestly thi   >
   >  I got the flash-cards that   were  repeats of the book but most    study  guide  for  questions  like: what is t   with  this  stain/section,  what's the best fixative f   etc.  I  also made my own flashcards, of which I had probably    500. Not an easy task.
   >  I read and high-lighted the   through and made an outline of the    > After reviewing that a few times, I made   >
   >  Going  through  the flashcards over the wee   cut  out  the  ones  that I knew the answers to and kept   more difficult ones.
   >  The  Barncroft  text  was   also had nice images.
   >  If  you would like my outline, let me know and I will send it over.
   $5   >
   > Best of luck!
   > Adrienne
      > --
   > Adrienne Kavanagh HTL    > US PATH
   > 30 W. Century Road
   > Suite 255
   Mes   Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 15:13:05 +0000
   From: Adam Boanas <<   href="mailto:a.boanas <@t> epistem.co.uk"        target=_blan   _djrealurl="mailto:a.boanas <@t> epistem.co.uk">a.boanas <@t> epistem.co.uk&g   t;
   Subject: [Histonet] Whiskers
   To: "[11]histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu   <[12]histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
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   I am currently sectioning individual rat whiskers and follicles and a   m  having some trouble obtaining clean sections from within the centre
   of  th   out of the blo   could  use  to  soften    10% Sodium Hydroxide or 5% Am   about appropriate timings for such    Many thanks,
   Adam Boanas
   Senior Resear   Epistem Ltd
   48 Grafton Street
   Manchester, M13 9XX
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   Date: Mon,    From: Remedy Bi <[14]birems2 <@t> yahoo.com>
   Subject: [Histonet] using A   To: [15]histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
   Message-ID:   <1321284589.35[16]355.YahooMailClassic <@t> web45516   Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii   Hello  friends  i wish to fine out how to use the aqueous mounting me   dia.
   thanks alot
   M   Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 15:46:30 +0000
   From: joelle weaver &   Subject: [Histonet] RE: HTL Exam
   To: <[18]aaperghis <@t> uspath.com>,
   <[19]histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>, Histonet
   <[20]histone   Message-ID: <SNT135-W3010F05[21]05A245376989531D8C00@   Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
      No  harm  done.  I believe that you meant the Bancroft text, and it is
   als   as  the     opinion,  as  a comp   opinion  and  preference,  th   publication  timelines of those. Your flas   students I believe, though in my opinion the pro   flashcards  or  outlines  yourself  is  probably  as valuabl   intial  memorization,  as  using them as memorization tools.There are   considerably  more  good resources available now than in the past, and
   whate   own  past  exper   of  the knowledge in th   However,  I  recognize  and  enco   however they choose to pursue it, we rea   knowledgable people in the hiring pool!
   J   [22]http://www.linkedin.com/in/joelleweaver
   > Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 07:08:41 -0700
   > From: [23]aaperghis <@t> uspath.com
   > To: [24]joelleweaver <@t> hotmail.com<   > Subject: Re: HTL Exam
   > I just realized I sent t   the exam.
   > My ap   >
   > ----- Original Message -----
   > From: "Adrienne Aperghis Kavanagh" <[25]aaperghis <@t> uspath.com>
   > To: [26]joelleweaver <@t> hotmail.com
   > Sent:    > Subject: HTL Exam
   >  I  took the HTL exam in April. I t   up
   > passing (go figure).
   > I honestly think it's a lot of memorization.
   > I got t   were
   >  re   study
   >     this
   >   also  made<   500. Not an easy    >
   > I read and high-lighted the Carson and Barncroft tex   > through and made an outline of the text (a loooong o   > After reviewing that a few times, I made my flashcards.
   >  Going  through  the flashcards over the weeks, I could eventua   cut out
   >  the  ones  that  I knew the answers to and kept studying t   difficult
   > ones.
   >  The  Barncroft  text was an    also had
   > nice images.
   >   > If you would like my outline, let me know and I will send it over   $500.
   > Kidding.
   > Best of luck!
   > Ad   >
   > --
   > Adrienne Kava   > US PATH
   > 30 W. Century Road
   > Suite 25   > Paramus NJ 07652
   > --
   > <   > US PATH
   > 30 W. Centur   > Suite 255
   > Paramus NJ 07652
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   Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 11:15:19 -0   From: "Freeman, Carol" <[27]Carol.Freeman <@t> utoledo.edu>
   Subject: [Histonet] (no s   To: <[28]histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
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   Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii   We  are  starting MSI testing in our lab, I am just curious    is
   any labs out there doing this on colon biopsy cases. If so w   love some feedback. I would like to know if this is common pract   somewhere.
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   From: "Morken, Timothy" <   Subject: [Histonet] RE: 15 years of Histonet
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   Linda  Wr   anniversary  (wow!)    (from >30 countries as    That is really great. I agree with John Kiernan    opened  up  the histology community. Back in the "old" d   lucky if you knew a few techs outside your own lab, and met a    the  occasional state or national meeting. Most histotechs were very    isolated.  Since Histonet that has all changed. Now we are all just an
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   Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 08:58:51 -08   From: Kim Merriam <[39]kmerriam2003 <@t> yahoo.com>
   Subject: [Histonet] counterstain f   To: Histonet <[40]histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
   Mes   <132128993[41]1.50439.YahooMailNeo <@t> we   Content-Type: text/plain; charset=i   Hi Everyone,
   We  are  currently  running  some al   fast  red  chromogen.   My  pathologist  w   other  than  Hematoxylin  as  a  counterstain.      recommend?
   Kim    Cambridge, MA
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   Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 17:47:06 +0000
   From: j   Subject: [Histonet] HT training -competency c   To: <[43]histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>, Histonet
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   Message-ID:    Content-Type: text/plain; chars   A  couple  of  people  contacted  me about a traini   checklist  for  intial,  entry  level  HT employees. I put som   together  that is pretty generic from some items I developed for a pr   evious  employer.  Of  course  if I was going to do this for myself, I
   would  ex   develop this in   page  and  if it helps    not  be  a  copy/paste  item  and    starter  only,  and  would  need to add your   processes  and procedures, LIS and other SOP's to    still  recommend  the  CAP tool, and also the need to corre   the  job description, and broader organizational objectives, which   course would vary by laboratory.ThanksJoelle
   Joelle Weaver MAOM,   [46]http://www.linkedin.com/in/joelleweaver
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