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Histotechnology Professionals Day
Saving Lives…One Slide at a Time
"Even though the patient doesn't know us, what's most important is that we do our absolute best for them, because we are affecting lives."
- Vinnie Della Speranza
Medical University of South Carolina
Past President of NSH
Every March 10th NSH sponsors the annual celebration of histology professionals.
Histotechnology Professionals Day
Like all medical professionals, the challenge in histology is too much work and too little time. But histotechnologists say the rewards of helping to find a diagnosis outweigh the pressure of knowing that someone's life may lie in their hands.
Every March 10th we honor the unsung heroes…
who help to diagnose problems.
MAKE THE MOST OF HISTOTECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS DAY
Buy NSH Histotechnology Professionals Day T-shirts for the staff or make buttons from the design to handout.
Set up an exhibit at your workplace.
Provide tours of the histology department inviting other departments within the institution.
Offer an open house to the public, to raise awareness of the role of Histotechnology.
Invite administrators to do a site visit to see what you do.
Include “March 10, 2016 is Histotechnology Professionals Day” below your signature line on all e-mails you send.
Work with the communications department to have a “Histotechnology Professionals Day” awareness email blitz sent throughout the organization.
Work with the IT department to design a special Web page highlighting histology in the workplace.
Participate in career days at the local high schools and community colleges, (brochures and video from NSH).
Volunteer to provide a program to the local elementary schools that will explain Histotechnology. NSH has a coloring book that might be a great gift for the students. You can order from the NSH marketplace.
Organize the local chapter of your Histotechnology society to work on a “habitat” or other community project.
Histology Schools could hold an open house, highlighting class projects.
Send the local newspaper a news release regarding Histotechnology Professionals Day and ask if they will do a “features” article about what histology is, and how important they are to the health care team.
Promote histology schools and the programs that are offered in the community – create an article for the business section especially with workforce issues in the limelight.
Invite local radio and television reporters and producers to create segments about the value of Histotechnology – offer to be a resource for segments that might be appropriate for your expertise.
Many local TV and radio stations are required to provide time for Public Service Announcements (PSA), this may be a great opportunity to highlight the local histology group.
Send announcements about Awards Recipients’ to the local newspaper for their public announcement section of the paper.
NSH has a few items you can order to help promote Histotechnology. Show off the HPD Logo with these fun items. Visit the NSH store.