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MGH Pathology presents continuing medical education (CME) courses under the auspices of Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) Courses
Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing EducationP.O. Box 825Boston, MA 02117-0825Phone: 617-384-8600Fax: 617-384-8686Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.cme.hms.harvard.edu
The course is being held at a well-known resort hotel situated in scenic Scottsdale close to art galleries, fine shopping, and outstanding restaurants. Trips to the famous Red Rock Country of Sedona are easily done using the resort as a base and the mild winter climate in Arizona has strong appeal. CME credit will be approximately 24 hours. Each registrant will receive a syllabus depicting all the illustrations shown at the meeting, and a UBS port showing them in color, as well as supplementary hand-out material. In addition to CME credits, registrants will be eligible for self-assessment module credits for the purposes of meeting the American Board of Pathology requirements for Maintenance of Certification. The registration fee will be $1050.00 ($695.00 for trainees).
Course Directors: This course is under the direction of Robert H. Young, MD with additional faculty from Harvard Medical School, Joseph Misdraji (Gastrointestinal Pathology), Marisa Nucci (Gynecologic Pathology), David Wilbur (Gynecologic Pathology) and guest speakers Kenneth Batts, MD of Hospital Pathology Associates, Minneapolis (Gastrointestinal Pathology) and Jeffrey Myers, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Pulmonary Pathology).
Material provided, credit/certification, SAMS, and fee as per Scottsdale course.
Course Directors: This course is under the direction of Robert H. Young, MD with additional faculty Harvard Medical School, Drs. Vikram Deshpande (GI Pathology), Robert Hasserjian (Hematopathology), Lynette Sholl (Pulmonary Pathology) and guest speakers Dr. Edi Brogi of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (breast pathology) and Dr. John Goldblum of the Cleveland Clinic (GI and soft tissue pathology).
This course will provide pathologists with a review of diagnostic issues encountered in everyday clinical hematopathology practice and present up-to-date diagnostic approaches utilizing the recently revised WHO Classification. Topics will include an in-depth discussion of microscopic evaluation of hematolymphoid disorders, as well as the appropriate use of a broad range of ancillary studies. The course will address common pitfalls in the morphologic interpretation and immunophenotyping of hematolymphoid proliferations discuss how to use cytogenetics and molecular testing to inform the diagnosis, using evidence-based guidelines. Material will be presented in lecture format by leading experts in the field and will include interactive sessions consisting of case-based presentations that illustrate common diagnostic pitfalls and underscore points made during the lectures.
Course Directors: Olga Weinberg, MD (Boston Children’s Hospital), Elizabeth A Morgan, MD (Brigham and Women’s Hospital), Robert P Hasserjian, MD (Massachusetts General Hospital)
June 12 - 15, 2019Current Concepts in Head and Neck & Endocrine Pathology Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston, MA
This four-day postgraduate course provides comprehensive coverage of practical head and neck & endocrine topics, including oropharynx, larynx, nasal and oral cavities, ear, salivary gland, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, pituitary, and GI endocrine. The course also covers skin, bone, soft tissue, and hematopoietic lesions of the head and neck. The course emphasizes diagnostic issues encountered in everyday practice, highlighting common pitfalls and how to avoid them. Microscopic sessions will also be given with unknown cases.Course Directors: William C. Faquin, M.D., PhD; Vania Nose, M.D., PhD; Peter M. Sadow, M.D., PhD
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