Choosing Wisely Recommendations
Sun, 19 Nov 2017
Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question
OMPRN Cancer Pathology Translational Research Grants (CPTRG)
Thu, 03 Aug 2017
OMPRN is pleased to distribute the Cancer Pathology Translational Research Grants (CPTRG) Request for Applications.
Message From the President - June 2017
Tue, 20 Jun 2017
This was not your father’s meeting….
The annual CAP-ACP Meeting in Charlottetown, PEI, is a wrap. Although formal evaluations have yet to be compiled and reviewed, the informal feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Under the leadership of Dr. Marcio Gomes, and following the vision set by the Ad Hoc Annual Meeting Planning Committee, the Annual Meeting Planning Committee has revamped the format of the meeting, integrated the scientific content into distinct learning tracks, and emphasized the Canadian context of the meeting.
Canadian Practice Related Topics, General Practice and Subspecialty practice learning tracks provided something of interest for everyone. Daily plenary sessions, a debate between international presidents of pathology organizations, multiple concurrent symposia and workshops, and coordinated networking breaks were other changes implemented this year.
Recommendation for Screening on Asymptomatic Bacteriuria in pregnancy
Mon, 19 Jun 2017
The CTFPHC develops and disseminates evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on primary and secondary preventive interventions. The aim of the guidelines (i.e. recommendations) is to improve the quality of care for patients across Canada. They are based on the latest evidence and take into account other important elements, such as patient preferences and values.
In order to improve the quality of the recommendations, the CTFPHC incorporates the views of those who may be affected by the guideline (i.e. stakeholders) by inviting them to review the guideline review and supporting documents.
The CTFPHC is currently developing a “Recommendation for Screening on Asymptomatic Bacteriuria in pregnancy” and would like to invite your organization to review the DRAFT guideline.
ALCL Update: Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery & Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons
Sun, 11 Jun 2017
Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery & Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons: In our role of educating plastic surgeons in Canada, we would like to provide an update on some of the information, as is presently available, on ALCL.
National Medical Laboratory Week 2017
Sun, 16 Apr 2017
Medical Laboratory Professionals are here for you from head to toe. This National Medical Laboratory Week let's show the public what medical laboratory professionals do and educate them on what happens in the lab.
Pathologists' Assistant (PA) Day - April 14, 2017
Thu, 13 Apr 2017
The CAP-ACP and the AAPA have declared April 14 as Pathologists' Assistant (PA) day. In honour of this annual event, the PA Section of the CAP-ACP encourages its members, CAP-ACP members, and all institutions that employ PAs to celebrate and spoil your hard working pathologists' assistants.
Remember: Each day you make a difference by providing quality patient care. We think you deserve to be recognized every day of the year.
Call For Expressions Of Interest to the CAP-ACP Executive
Wed, 01 Mar 2017
The Nominating Committee, along with the direction of the Pathologists' Assistants Section and the Residents Section Chairs, has completed their work and proposes the below Slate of Officers commencing at the completion of the AGM on June 13, 2017.
CAP-ACP 2016 Annual Progress Report
Mon, 27 Feb 2017
Founded in 1949, the Canadian Association of Pathologists - Association canadienne des pathologistes (CAP-ACP) is the voice of pathology and laboratory medicine in Canada, advancing the interests of laboratory physicians across the country.
In 2016 we continue with our four major areas of focus; education programs; national guideline development; collaboration and partnership; and advocacy on behalf of Canadian pathologists and the profession.
Webinar - The Role of Pathology in Diagnosing Lysosomal Acid Lipase Deficiency (LAL-D) - Dr. Subrata Chakrabarti
Wed, 15 Feb 2017
Lysosomal Acid Lipase Deficiency (LAL-D) is an autosomal recessive lysosomal storage disorder [previously known as Wolman Disease (infants) and Cholesteryl Ester Storage Disease (children and adults)]. In pediatric and adult patients, nearly 50% progress to fibrosis, cirrhosis or liver transplant within 3 years of onset of symptoms.
CAP Education Sessions on select topics (Lung, Breast, TNM8, Thyroid, Ewing Sarcoma/ PNET, Prostate)
Wed, 11 Jan 2017
Cancer Care Ontario (CCO), in partnership with the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC) and the Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP-ACP) is pleased to announce the next phase of education sessions below. In addition, one session is being sponsored by CAP-ACP, CPAC, and the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO).
Each session will be presented “live” via WebEx on the dates below, with a recording of the live presentation made available after each session on the CancerView Canada website: www.cancerview.ca