The Canadian Association of Pathologists/Association canadienne des pathologistes ( CAP-ACP) is accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (as a provider of continuing professional development (CPD) in pathology and laboratory medicine. This consists of in-person workshops and tutorials at the CAP-ACP Annual Meeting and, more recently, these online subspecialty courses using digital microscopy and virtual slides.




2013 CAP-ACP Annual Meeting - Quebec City, QC
Workshops, Tutorials, Guest speakers, Platform and poster presentations describing new research results, Vendor exhibits ... and WASPaLM.

Continuing Professional Development Event and Program Accreditation
For details, please refer to the following document - Continuing Professional Development Event and Program Accreditation

Genitourinary Pathology
A series of cases and questions exploring a variety of common and rare entities that may be encountered by general surgical pathologists and subspecialist GU pathologists.

Breast Pathology
A series of cases and questions exploring a variety of common and rare entities that may be encountered by general surgical pathologists and subspecialist breast pathologists.