Beck Consulting and Associates, Inc. holds several advanced workshops throughout the year for Mohs and Path. This training has been approved for accreditation through the National Society for Histotechnology. Held at the Avantik Training Academy, you’ll receive an advanced training session with hands-on training including grossing, mapping and inking, sectioning, and staining. Training also includes lectures with helpful tips for trouble-shooting and review of your procedure manual for CLIA compliance.
• April 19-20, 2018
• June 1, 2018 (ACMS Fellows Workshop)
• June 7-8, 2018 (NSH-Sponsored)
• August 16-17, 2018
• October 11-12, 2018
• October 25-26, 2018 (NSH-Sponsored)
Other Workshop Locations (Equipment and consumables provided by Avantik):
• May 19, 2018
Held at the Florida Society for Histotechnology Annual Meeting. Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel.
• September 23-25, 2018
Held at the National Society of Histotechnology (NSH) 44th Annual Symposium/Convention. St. Louis, MO.
• September 28-29, 2018
Held at the Florida Society of Dermatologic Surgeons (FSDS) 37th Annual Meeting.
The Diplomat Beach Resort, Hollywood, Florida
The ASMH offers customized, hands-on training sessions through its Mohs Technician Quality Assurance (MTQA) Training. Offered exclusively to technicians currently working for ACMS member surgeons, this on-site training at the Avantik Training Academy will include lecture and hands-on training on topics such as mapping and inking, embedding, staining, cryosectioning, CLIA regulations, troubleshooting, and more.
50th Annual Meeting
The American College of Mohs Surgery promotes and advances the highest standards of patient care with respect to Mohs surgery and dermatologic oncology through fellowship training, research, education and public advocacy.
Avantik is a proud sponsor of the annual meeting, providing equipment and consumables to support the hands-on workshops.
Fundamentals of Mohs Surgery for Physicians and Mohs Technicians
This four-day annual course focuses on the Mohs surgery as the treatment of choice for certain basal and squamous cell carcinomas and other cutaneous malignancies. A wide variety of Mohs procedural and practice topics will be discussed. Dermatologists and other specialists interested in performing this highly- effective treatment for skin cancer will benefit from this important “need to know” material such as Mohs indications, wound mapping, normal skin-BCC-SCC-unusual tumor histopathology, Mohs surgical pearls, coding and reimbursement, laboratory supervision, CLIA-OSHA consideration, and other vital information.
Avantik sponsored Workshop with equipment and consumables provided.