ABOUT THE COMMITTEE
Year Created: 1960
Chair: Dr. Bertha Garcia
- Nadia Ismiil
- Monalisa Sur
Purpose: Continuing medical education (CME), also known as continuing professional development (CPD) is an important part of a pathologist's career-long learning. The CAP-ACP is a fully accredited provider of CME/CPD under the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. This Committee is responsible for the planning and administration of the Continuing Education activities of the CAP-ACP, consisting of:
We invite all members to submit proposals for workshops to be held at the 2020 conference to be held next year in Halifax in June.
There are three types of workshops presented at the conference:
- 3 hour workshops (plus a 30 minute break after the first 1.5 hours)
- 90 minute workshops
- 2 hour multi-headed microscope workshops – these workshops are limited to 9 participants plus 1 presenter (10 headed microscope).
Detailed information for workshop proposals is available here: https://cap-acp.org/Workshop_Directors.php
Deadline For Submission: October 1 – Submit here
Workshops meeting criteria for Royal College Section 3 credits are encouraged.
Annual Meeting Workshop Program - A number of half-day workshops are held at the start of every CAP-ACP Annual Meeting, addressing a variety of topics of interest to the general membership. This is the primary focus of the Committee.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) activities in Laboratory Medicine - This is coordinated by the CPD Accreditation Subcommittee in conjunction with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada CME Accreditation Program.
CAP-ACP Online CPD Subspecialty Courses
Short online courses focusing on a particular organ system. (CAP-ACP Members-only resource)
ASCP/APF Lab Management University - online laboratory management certificate program