Continuing Medical Education (CME) Courses
Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education
P.O. Box 825
Boston, MA 02117-0825
Upcoming 2021 Courses
Dermatopathology Update - Virtual Live-streamSeptember 9-11, 2021
Save the Date! September 9-11, 2021 for the Dermatopathology Update offered by the Departments of Pathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess-Lahey Medical Center and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, under the co-direction of Ruth K. Foreman, MD, PhD; Ashley Ward, MD; Lyn M. Duncan, MD; Mai P. Hoang, MD, Martin C. Mihm, Jr, MD; George F. Murphy, MD; and Steven R. Tahan, MD. We offer a 3-day, virtual, live-streamed course providing a broad overview of dermatopathology topics, emphasizing a multi-disciplinary approach with didactic lectures, case-based, and interactive sessions. 2021 guest faculty in Dr. Richard Scolyer, Melanoma Institute Australia, and Dr. Beth Ruben, Sutter Health. Expert faculty will give interactive microscope sessions to limited number of attendees, on a first-come basis. Registrants will be eligible for CME credits, as well as self-assessment modules (SAMs) for meeting the American Board of Pathology requirements for maintenance of certification. The registration fee will be in accord with other Harvard courses of this length. Interactive microscope sessions will be an additional fee and not included in registration.
Current Concepts in Surgical Pathology - Virtual Live-streamNovember 1-5, 2021
This course presents a broad overview of many areas of surgical pathology and is led by Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital faculty with known expertise in specific subject matter areas. The course is designed to update both academic and community pathologists with new advances in surgical pathology. It also aims to provide aid in diagnosis based upon conventional morphologic analysis and review contemporary applications of immunohistochemical and molecular genetic studies in diagnostic pathology. The 5-day course features didactic lectures and case based presentations. Ample time is allowed for question and answer sections.