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Certificate of Completion


The Certificate of Completion program provides attendees with a marketable certificate within a specific category of interest.  This certificate provides concise documentation of continuing education for attendees who are required to provide documentation to renew their qualifications.  Additionally, this certificate will provide attendees with practical, applicable skill documentation that can be used to enhance marketability within your organization.  

Certificates are offered in four areas: Immunohistochemistry, Management, Molecular and Safety. To receive a Certificate of Completion, attendees must accrue a minimum of 9.0 credit hours in one of the three areas by attending the workshops designated below.  

Qualifying attendees automatically receive the certificate via mail to the address listed on their registration.  Certificates typically mail 4 weeks following the Convention.

Immunohistochemistry
WS# 8 Histological and Molecular Characteristics Of Breast Cancer Diagnosis And Prognosis
WS# 9 Troubleshooting Immunohistochemical Staining: Setting Yourself Up For Success
WS# 12 How to Bring New Antibodies into Your Clinical IHC Laboratory
WS# 16 Troubleshooting IHC Based On Microscopic Findings
WS# 23 Choose Your Own Adventure! Manual Immunohistochemistry Techniques and Troubleshooting
WS# 26 Advanced IHC and Troubleshooting: A Clinical Perspective
WS# 28 Proximity Ligation Assays - Merging Molecular with Immunohistochemistry
WS# 31 IHC and Molecular Staining used to help Patholgoist in the Diagnosis of some Brain Tumors
WS# 32 Identifying Respiratory Disease in Pathology
WS# 33 Calling all Brainiacs! An Introduction to Murine Neurohistology, Special Stains And CNS Immunohistochemistry
WS# 41 Basic Immunohistochemistry - A First-Timer's Guide To Staining
WS# 43 Troubleshooting Immunohistochemical Testing
WS# 47 Hot Topics In The Pathophysiology And The New Biology Of Diseases From Autophagy To Ribosomal Regulation
WS# 50 Optimization, Validation and Verification, Oh My!
WS# 53 Histology’s Role In Research Biomarker Development For Clinical Applications
WS# 59 Multiplexing on Animal and Xenograft Tissue, All Things Considered
WS# 60 Effects of Tissue Fixation on Phosphoprotein IHC
WS# 63 Evaluation of Immunohistochemistry and In Situ Hybridization Methods in Toxicologic Pathology Investigations
WS# 70 Everything You Wanted To Know About Immunohistochemistry…But You Were Afraid To Ask!
WS# 75 Methods for Staining Eyes with Immunohistochemistry
WS# 80 Antibodies & Immunohistochemistry: Why So Much Noise?
WS# 84 Hematopathology: Simplifying the Complicated, Everything You Wanted to Know
WS# 88 Translational Research in Immuno-Oncology - Closing the Gap from Bench to Bedside
WS# 94 Manual Immunohistochemistry in a Research Setting: Juggling Numerous Variables
WS# 96 Demystifying Decalcification Techniques to Ensure Successful Routine and IHC Results
WS# 100 Similarities and Differences in Immunostaining for ‘Routine’ Assessment and Treatment ‘Decision-Making’ Purposes
WS# 101 Dermatology: Skin Homeostasis and Disease Biomarkers
Management
WS# 7 Developing a Compliance Driven Competency Assessment Program
WS# 10 Change Management: Navigating your team through organizational changes
WS# 13 Leadership Bootcamp: How to develop your leadership skills and lead your team to success
WS# 18 High Throughput Processing of GLP and NonGLP ToxPath Rodent, Canine, and Non Human Primate Tissue
WS# 19 "Back In My Day....": New Challenges For Seasoned Histologists and Teaching The New Tech Old Tricks
WS# 27 Creating Your Superhero Team-How To Be Your Best In The Worst Situations
WS# 29 Uniform Labelling Of Blocks And Slides In Surgical Pathology
WS# 36 The Role of Labs in Preventing Medical Errors and Providing Quality Medical Care
WS# 46 Leadership -The Pinnacle of Management and Supervision
WS# 52 Simple Ways to Improve Efficiency and Accuracy Using Lean Principles
WS# 54 A Safety Audit in the Histology Laboratory
WS# 57 Laboratory Information System: Fundamentals and Role in Patient Safety
WS# 61 Embedding Learning Preferences into Your Training Program
WS# 62 Training Tri-Pod: The Linchpins of Training in a CRO Pathology Services Department
WS# 68 Quality Management Plan for the Histology Laboratory 2.0
WS# 73 GHS Labeling
WS# 77 Understanding Reimbursement Changes in the U.S. and What They Mean to Your AP Laboratory
WS# 82 Histopathology in Low and Middle Income Countries
WS# 93 Training and Competency: Strategy, Advantages, Approaches
WS# 95 Barcoding "No One Size Fits All"
WS# 102 Tales From The Trench: From Bench To Manager
WS# 106 Standardization Across Multiple Sites
Safety
WS# 11 Training of Hazardous Waste Management for RCRA Generators
WS# 19 "Back In My Day....": New Challenges For Seasoned Histologists and Teaching The New Tech Old Tricks
WS# 22 Ergonomics In Histology
WS# 36 The Role of Labs in Preventing Medical Errors and Providing Quality Medical Care
WS# 54 A Safety Audit in the Histology Laboratory
WS# 57 Laboratory Information System: Fundamentals and Role in Patient Safety
WS# 64 Safety First Throughout the Histology Workflow
WS# 73 GHS Labeling
WS# 90 Handling Hazardous Waste in Histology
WS# 92 Safe Handliing of CJD and Prions in the Histology Laboratory
WS# 95 Barcoding "No One Size Fits All"
Molecular
WS# 2 Being Like Sherlock Holmes...Identifying the Thief!
WS# 8 Histological and Molecular Characteristics Of Breast Cancer Diagnosis And Prognosis
WS# 17 Molecular Diagnosis Tools For Cancer Of Unknown Primary
WS# 26 Advanced IHC and Troubleshooting: A Clinical Perspective
WS# 28 Proximity Ligation Assays - Merging Molecular with Immunohistochemistry
WS# 31 IHC and Molecular Staining used to help Patholgoist in the Diagnosis of some Brain Tumors
WS# 47 Hot Topics In The Pathophysiology And The New Biology Of Diseases From Autophagy To Ribosomal Regulation
WS# 53 Histology’s Role In Research Biomarker Development For Clinical Applications
WS# 63 Evaluation of Immunohistochemistry and In Situ Hybridization Methods in Toxicologic Pathology Investigations
WS# 71 Setting Up and Optimizing mRNA ISH in a Histology Lab: What We Learned from HPV in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinomas
WS# 72 Introduction to Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization (FISH)
WS# 78 One FISH, Two RISH, Red CISH, Blue ISH-In Situ Hybridization For Beginners
WS# 89 From Bench to Bedside and Beyond: The Growing Use of In Situ Hybridization.
WS# 103 In Situ PCR and the Detection of Viral Genomic Content in Human Cells

 






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