A Blood Film Review: Making a Manual Differential Less Difficult
October 26, 2023 Thursday, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Sam Geiling, Credentialed Veterinary Technician, Group Microscopy Instructor & Content Creator Sam Geiling is a credentialed veterinary technician, Navy veteran, and educator. She has taught for over a decade in many areas of veterinary technology including her favorite, laboratory techniques. She is able to build confidence with sample preparation, microscopic review, and providing results to a veterinarian, even for those with no prior microscope or laboratory experience. She is passionate about ensuring microscopy skills are not lost in clinical practice. She helped build the veterinary technology program in Hawaii, established the Hawaii Vet Tech Association, and worked to pass legislation to recognize registered veterinary technicians in Hawaii. Sam serves as co-chair of NAVTA’s Government Relations Committee to support each state in their legislative goals for veterinary technicians. Beyond the microscope, Sam enjoys hiking and exploring with her two young sons, enjoying a craft beer with her husband, and giving belly rubs to their scruffy rescue pup, Macy.
|A Blood Film Review: Making a Manual Differential Less Difficult
You will learn some tips to make quality smears, then we'll head to the microscope to see red blood cells, platelets, and white blood cells. This will be a complete manual differential, so everyone will see the same cells on the slide in real time
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