Canadian Association of Pathologists - 67th Annual Scientific Meeting
Submitted by Dr. Martin Trotter, head, Pathology and Laboratory
The Canadian Association of Pathologists - Association canadienne des pathologistes (CAP-ACP) is holding its 67th Annual Scientific Meeting in Vancouver starting this weekend.
The CAP-ACP was founded in 1949 and is the Canadian national specialty society for pathologists. The Association advances the interests of the profession, provides national leadership and enhances patient care by promotion of excellence in pathology and laboratory medicine practice, education and research.
The CAP-ACP annual meeting consists of two days of workshops followed by two days of symposia, proffered papers/posters, award lectures, and special interest group/specialty network meetings. The meeting is attended by pathologists, pathology residents, medical students, and pathologists’ assistants from across Canada and is generously supported by our industry sponsors. The President’s Reception will be held Sunday evening at the UBC Museum of Anthropology.
Resident symposium at the CAP-ACP annual meeting.
Providence Health Care physicians and staff will play a major role in the upcoming conference:
- Dr. Martin Trotter is the Past President of the CAP-ACP and is the local organizing chair for the meeting.
- Dr. Michael Seidman and laboratory technologist Jennifer Yaholnitsky are the principal organizers of the Pathologists’ Assistants workshop sessions, which will be held at St. Paul’s Hospital on Sunday morning (July 10th).
- PHC physicians speaking at the conference include Drs. Jonathon Leipsic, Dmitry Turbin, Wei Xiong, Michael Seidman, Nick Myles, Martin Trotter, Karen Dallas, and Shannon Jackson.
Check out the conference video here.
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