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Templates, Checklists, and Sample Forms to help you with creating needed documentation in all areas of the lab.

  • Gantt Validation Chart
    Gantt charts are an effective way of ensuring that every step in a given process has been achieved and to feed into executive dashboards to monitor overall progress of each project.
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  • Autostainer PM Chart (Formattable Dates)
    Maintenance records are cumbersome to print out on a yearly basis but this efficient tool will make it much less of a hassle going forward. Provided by Jeremy Johnston, BS, HT(ASCP), QIHC as part of Workshop 17, IHC/Histology Resources - Forms, Spreadsheets, & Tools For Everyday Use, during the 42nd Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.
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  • Equipment List (Histo.IHC.PCR)
    There are many reasons to keep track of equipment in the lab and outside of a designated database for this information, this excel based document makes tracking that information simple. Provided by Jeremy Johnston, BS, HT(ASCP), QIHC as part of Workshop 17, IHC/Histology Resources - Forms, Spreadsheets, & Tools For Everyday Use, during the 42nd Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.
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  • Tissue Processor Logs
    Histology tissue processors have daily, quarterly, and annual maintenance needed to ensure optimal performance. These maintenance logs are helpful in achieving consistent maintenance. Provided by Jeremy Johnston, BS, HT(ASCP), QIHC as part of Workshop 17, IHC/Histology Resources - Forms, Spreadsheets, & Tools For Everyday Use, during the 42nd Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.
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  • Microwave Temperature Reproducibility Chart
    The CAP mandates the that microwave devices are monitored at least annually for reproducibility (ANP.28290) and this is a means of conducting that monitoring. Provided by Jeremy Johnston, BS, HT(ASCP), QIHC as part of Workshop 17, IHC/Histology Resources - Forms, Spreadsheets, & Tools For Everyday Use, during the 42nd Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.
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