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NSH Certificate of Completion Program

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 two areas: Immunohistochemistry & Molecular and Laboratory Operations. To receive a Certificate of Completion, attendees must accrue a minimum of 9.0 credit hours in one of the two areas by attending the sessions designated below.

Immunohistochemistry & Molecular

  • A Simple Excel Spreadsheet for Maintaining Antibody/Probe Validations, Tissue for Control Purposes, and Cases for Educational Purposes
  • Breaking Spatial Barriers with Visium Spatial Gene Expression for FFPE
  • IHC Roundtable
  • Multiplex IF Using DNA Barcoded Primary Antibodies and Complementary Fluorophore-Labeled Probes: Alignment of PD-L1 and PD-1 Biomarker Panels with True Reference H&E
  • New Companion Diagnostic Markers BRAF V600E and PRAME for Use in Malignant Melanoma Patient Management
  • Tissue Microarray 101:The Basics
  • IHC Optimization and Validation: Real World Solutions for a Standardized Approach
  • IHC and Molecular Pathology Tests in Tissue-based Cancer Diagnosis
  • Checkpoint Inhibitors as Cancer Treatments
  • Mohs IHC Staining
  • PD-L1 record keeping and how to bring testing in-house
  • The use of RNAscope mRNA detection in Surgical Pathology
  • Troubleshooting Immunhistochemistry Both Manual and Automated Technique

Laboratory Operations

  • "Is it that time of year already?" Annual Performance Evaluations
  • Facilitating Change
  • Histogonomics: Ergonomics and Injuries in the Histology Lab
  • IHC Workflow: Busting the Myth of the "Ideal" Workflow
  • Lab Safety Roundtable
  • Navigating Your Way to Successful Staffing Levels
  • Root Cause Analysis in the Histology Laboratory
  • Super Villains and Lab Safety: Origin Stories
  • Anatomy of a Cyberattack
  • Introduction to the Anatomic Pathology Patient Interest Association (APPIA) TOPS Program - Tissue Optimization & Pre-Analytic Standardization
  • Labeling and Tracking 101: Laboratory Barcoding Demystified with Troubleshooting Hints and Tips
  • Safety Challenges in Anatomic Pathology During Viruses? Epidemics
  • A Multi Phased Approach Case Study - From Batch, Pre-printing to Implementing a Specimen Tracking System with Reporting Capabilities
  • Building an Effective Quality Management Plan
  • Decyphering the CAP Checklist
  • Electrical Safety in the Laboratory
  • Quality Management Roundtable
  • Using The Power Of Teaching To Bring Out The Best In Others

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