[Histonet] Unregistered HT
Marcum, Pamela A
PAMarcum <@t> uams.edu
Wed Sep 11 10:16:03 CDT 2013
Many states and regions are affiliated with NSH and have state societies that have annual meetings with one or two days of seminars and workshops that are reasonably priced and hopefully close enough to allow attendance. The National Society for Histotechnology has a meeting at a specified location every year that is 5 days long and covers clinical, veterinary, research and other topics in management. The meetings are listed on the NSH.org website if you are interested in looking at all available meetings for most states and regions. These are great educational opportunities for everyone whether you are a registered HT/HTL/student or researcher with special interests.
From: histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu [mailto:histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu] On Behalf Of Emily Sours
Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 9:57 AM
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Subject: Fwd: [Histonet] Unregistered HT
How do you gain credits? Do you get them for attending seminars or do you have to take actual courses?
Are these the CME's I always see noted for lectures? I never knew what those were for.
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On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 10:46 AM, Marcum, Pamela A <PAMarcum <@t> uams.edu>wrote:
> Agreed and now that the registries for HT and HTL require credits to
> remain registered it does help with keeping people in the area
> learning and growing. The point that other than the front office for NSH is a well
> taken point and the rest are volunteers. I am not always sure the front
> office understands hospitals, private labs, universities etc. are not
> sending anyone to meetings or really encouraging further education for
> most lab staffs. Histology here can get registration paid for and
> everything else is on the person attending for transportation/room and
> board and all other expenses we are not able to go to meetings in far flung places.
> Pam Marcum
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