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Annual NSH Annual Symposium / Convention – National Society For Histotechnology
September 15, 2017 - September 20, 2017$210
The NSH Annual Symposium/Convention forms the largest educational event of its kind working to advance and promote the histology profession. NSH is the premier source of learning, knowledge and future-oriented research for histology professionals. Attendance provides resources, education, ideas and advocacy to enhance the performance in the laboratory and ultimately the best patient care.
The Symposium/Convention has the working laboratory in mind when planning 5 educational packed days of workshops. With so much to offer, you are able to have a flexible, customizable schedule. You can attend one workshop, 12 workshops or even the exhibit hall only. Customize a schedule that fits your time out of the lab and meets your educational and budget needs at the same time. This year we are excited to introduce our 60-minute troubleshooting workshops along with our 90 minute & 3-hour sessions. With over 125 unique learning opportunities, we are confident that you will find the format that is right for you.
Who Should Attend
Histotechs/Cytotechs in Clinical, Veterinary and Research Settings
Students interested in a Histology Career
Anyone involved in the collection, processing and evaluation of tissue samples
At this meeting, you’ll have also an opportunity to visit:
- Workshops – In-depth educational sessions given by industry leaders covering all aspects of histology. Sessions run 90 minutes, 3 hours (half-day) or 6 hours (full-day).
- Computer Workshops – Hands-on workshops held in the Computer Lab. Attendees will have access to the use of a computer to enhance the learning experience. Attendance is limited.
- Wet-Workshops – Hands-on workshops held with the purpose of demonstrating a technique or process. Participants work with and are exposed to equipment, specimens, chemicals and reagents. Attendance is limited.
- Lecture Series – Gain a global perspective on the science and industry. Two days of Free One Hour Lectures!