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National Society for Histotechnology.

January 1974;IV(1):43.

Easy as One, Two, Three (and Four).

Joan Gross, HT (ASCP), North Miami General Hospital, North Miami, Florida 33161. July 1975;V(3):67.

Finding the Elusive Key to Motivation.

Gloria Bencivenne, HT (ASCP), Histology Section Chief, Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, New Jersey 07042. January 1977;VII(1):91-92.

Histology: A Many Faceted Gem.

Mary Lou Gregory, HT (ASCP), Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102. April 1977;VII(2):96-97.

The H.T. Practical Exam.

E. GeoRene Jones, Hurley Medical Center, School of Histology Technology, Flint, Michigan 48502. April 1977;VII(2):97.

Helpful Hints for Taking the H.T. Practical Exam.

Heidi Mimnaugh, HT (ASCP), Sacred Heart Medical Center, Spokane, Washington 99204. January 1978;VIII(1):108.

The Histology Training Program at Geisinger.

Glen L. Kauwell. October 1978;VIII(4):121.

New Horizons in Histotechnology.

Dale Largent, St. Mary’s Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri 64108. January 1980;X(1):141.

?? — Am I intently Involved.

An Editorial. April 1980;X(2):143.

Microtomy: Which Direction Are We Really Heading.

Trevor Hinwood, Optic Products Specialist, Selby Scientific, New South Wales, Australia. Spring 1986;XVI(2):224-225.

A Change in Work Patterns in the Histology Laboratory: An Explanation for an Increasing Incidence of

J.R. Goodwin, Mater Misericordiae Public Hospitals, South Brisbane, Queensland 4101, Australia. Winter 1986-87;XVI(4):227-229.

Lead Poisoning Inclusion Bodies.

An Editorial. Winter 1986-87;XVI(4):229.

Professional Attitudes.

Billie Swisher, HTL (ASCP), Experimental Pathology Branch, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia 30333. January 1988;XVIII(1):264.

Histo-Logic Better Than Ever.

May/June 1988;XVIII(2):1.

OSHA Sets New Formaldehyde Standards.

May/June 1988;XVIII(2):10.

Steps and Standards for Practical Workload Recording in Anatomical Pathology.

Regina H. Hermann, HT/HTL (ASCP), Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, California 91105. Jan/Feb 1989;XIX1:58-59.

Utilizing Jewelry in the Histology Lab.

Marilyn Gamble, HT, HTL (ASCP), Kaiser Permanente Laboratory, N. Hollywood, CA 91601. Jan/Feb 1989;XIX(1):62.

Are the Conventional Techniques in Histopathology in Need of Improvement???

Ernesto O. Hoffmann, M.D., Veterans Administration Medical Center, Laboratory Service, Electron Microscopy Unit, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112-1393. Teresa R. Flores, HT (ASCP), Louisiana State University Medical Center, Department of Pathology, Diagnostic Consulting Center, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112-1393. March/April 1989;XIX(2):69-73.

Management Corner: How to Interview a Job Applicant.

May/June 1989;XX(3):94-95.

From Histotechnician to Research Technician: A Challenging Transition.

Cathy Sanderson, HT (ASCP), Veterans Administration Medical Center, 500 Foothill Blvd., (151F), Salt Lake City, UT 84148. NSH Convention Issue 1989;XIX(4):110-112.

Management Corner: Employee Performance Reviews.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. Mar/Apr 1990;XX(2):161-163.

Leo Kelly: The Making of a Pathologist’s Assistant.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. Jan/Feb 1991;XXI(1):217-218.

Jules M. Elias, Ph.D.: Always a Step Ahead.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. Jan/Feb 1991;XXI(1):218-221.

Biotechnic & Histochemistry, Editorial Statement of Content Call for Manuscripts.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. March/April 1991;XXI(2):238.

Control Tissue Network Up and Going.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. March/April 1991;XXI(2):239-240.

Management Corner: Effective Time Management.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. March/April 1991;XXI(2):240-242.

Freida Carson, She’s Only Just Begun.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. March/April 1991;XXI(2):242-243.

Dave Cavanaugh Sings!

Dave Cavanaugh, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, 50011-1250. March/April 1991;XXI(2):243-244.

Management Corner: Effective Written Communications.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. May/June 1991;XXI(3):263-264.

Quinnipiac College Prepares Students for a Career in Veterinary Technology.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. January/February 1992;XXII(1):286-287.

Home Is Where the Debts Are.

Monica S. Narvaez, G.P. Graham & Associates, Financial Services, El Paso, Tex. March/April 1992;XXII(2):320.

OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Standard Now In Effect.

Lynn Montgomery, CPM, HT (ASCP) CT, Oschner Clinic of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. July/August 1992;XXII(3):332-334.

The Neuropathology of Schizophrenia.

Robert A. Gold, MD, Angela M. Hegarty, MD, Department of Psychiatry, Maimonides Medical Center, SUNY; Health Science Center, 48-02 10th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11219. Robert O. Vincent, MD, Stanley H. Shapiro, MS, Hilda Laufer, MD, Department of Pathology, Queens Hospital Center, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, 82-68 164th Street, Jamaica, NY 11432. June/July 1993;XXIII(1):28-32.

Pathology Research in the Nation’s Capital.

Michael Titford, HT/HTL (ASCP), Assistant Chief Technologist, Pathology Department, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36617. April 1994;XXIV(2):69-72.

Minimizing Laboratory Waste.

Joanna Brady, HTL (ASCP), Colmery O’Neal VAMC, Topeka, KS. April 1994;XXIV(2):74.

Managed Care and Quality Patient Care: Where are we?

Terri C. Staples, HT (ASCP), HTL, Baptist Health System, Birmingham, AL 35283. March 1997;XXVII(1):9-13.

The Paradigm Shift in Health Care.

Terri C. Staples, HT (ASCP) HTL, Baptist Health System, Birmingham, AL 35213. September 1997; XXVII(2):21.