Highlights in this issue include:
> Two CE quizzes
> Three articles:
- Peer-Reviewed Manuscript: When Good Cartilage Goes Bad
- Peer-Reviewed Manuscript: It’s Toe-tally an Enchondroma
- Peer-Reviewed Manuscript:
Implementation of Digital Technologies in Pathology. A Review of Technology’s Effects on the Role of the Pathologists’ Assistant
> 2018 Fall Conference Update
> BOT Chair's Report
> Executive Director's Report
> Board Adjunct Report
> Revised PA Scope of Practice
> June Town Hall Meeting Recap
> 40 Under Forty Honorees
> Member Spotlight: Erika Paulsen
> Book Review: Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu
of 1918 and How It Changed the World
> Gross Photo Tutorial
2018 Issue 3 of THE CUTTING EDGE is Now Available!
As a special treat post Labor Day weekend, we’re excited to release to you the latest issue of THE CUTTING EDGE! This marks the first issue where I am taking over the reigns as editor from Dennis Strenk. Thank you, Dennis, for being my mentor during this time; I hope I can fill your shoes!
This issue features three manuscripts, two with accompanying CE quizzes, a preview of the Fall Conference, and an outline of the revised PA Scope of Practice.
Access the online, interactive version of this issue now by clicking on the journal cover image found here, by visiting the Publications page found under the Member Community area of www.pathassist.org, or by going to our website’s CE Store where you have direct access to CE available to you as a member of the AAPA.
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I look forward to serving you as editor of our journal. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or suggestions.
Beth Felicelli, PA(ASCP)CM
Editor-in-Chief of The Cutting Edge
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