Here is the link (Cleveland Clinic ePathology SlideDepot https://slidedepot.clevelandclinic.org ) to the digital images of the cases which will be presented at the meeting on Aug 20 (Sunday). Feel free to preview them before the meeting.
– Username: attendee2
– Password: capaconf
These slides will be available for you through this link until September 29th. Internet Explore and Firefox work well, but Chrome is not supported.
Click here for detailed meeting information and details (updated on Aug 18th, 2017)
To register, please fill this Google Form (including hotel and fee information)
The registration fee is $150 for active CAPA member, $200 for non-member, and $75 for course faculty. You may use these direct links to pay the fee: $150, $200, $75. (Please use Internet Explorer if you experience any technical difficulty with Chrome or Firefox.)
Click here to see the detail program (updated on Aug 1st)
Where: Dali, Yunnan Province, China
When: Saturday, October 21 to Sunday, October 22, 2017
CME credit: Maximum 8.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Registration fee: CAPA member: $100, non-CAPA member: $200
Please send registration inquiry to: Wei Xin, MD, PhD (email@example.com)
- Pre-registration required, no onsite registration provided. All registration fee must be received by Oct 1, 2017 (no exception).
I. Third CAPA-Beijing Pathology Symposium Beijing, 9/2/2017-9/3/2017
II. The Chinese Society of Pathology (CSP) Annual Meeting Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, 10/26/2017-10/29/2017
Upcoming Online Lectures:
4/1：Dr. Lihong Bu: Medical kidney biopsy, part 2
4/8：Dr. Zenggang Pan: Hematopathology special topic: histiocytic and dendritic neoplasms
4/15: Dr. Changqing Ma (Univ. Pittsburgh): Upper GI non-neoplastic diseases
4/27: Dr. Ming Zhou (Univ. Texas): The future of Gleason grading; Diagnostic approach to papillary and flat urothelial lesions
5/6: Dr. Xiuli Liu (Univ. Florida): Histologic evaluation of Barrett’s esophagus and its neoplasia
5/13: Dr. Zhiyong Ren (Atlanticare Reginal Medical Center): Inflammatory bowel disease
5/20: Dr. Qing Zhao (Boston Medical Center): Colorectal neoplasms
Job opportunity in IL. A hospital-based practice is looking for new fellowship-trained graduate, AP/CP, general surgical pathology and/or other subspecialties. Starting in July, 2017. IL license preferred. Please contact Jim Lu at Jlu@gopathlabs.com or 224-588-9932 for more details. www.gopathlabs.com
The Healing Art of Pathology by CAPA member Dr. Marylin M. Bui and Katherine A. Galagan is the collective voice of pathologists showing the world our passion, dedication, talent and contribution to patient care, science and education. Purchasing this book is to support CAP Press and CAP Foundation. Both editors donate their royalties of the book to CAP Foundation which has a signature program “See, Test and Treat Program” which provides underprivileged women with free breast cancer and cervical cancer diagnosis and treatment. Here is a link to a recorded interview and a movie clip about the book – https://player.vimeo.com/video/202397255
The CAPA Online Education Program plans to have special topic lectures on each subspecialty. Volunteer experts from every subspecialty are needed. The target audience will be junior attending faculty members and general pathologists who want to update their knowledge, as well as senior residents and fellows. The volunteers can choose your own topic(s) of interest. Speakers will be selected by the CAPA Education Committee and/or invited by the Online Education Subcommittee to facilitate this lecture series. The lectures will be given in the weekends and the presentation is usually 1-2 hours in the Saturday evenings. We will try our best to accommodate the speaker’s schedule. Experts of any pathology subspecialty can volunteer.Continue reading