This unique two-day course aims to improve provision of routine breast pathology service in the UK. It is slanted towards practical diagnostic histopathology of breast disease with special emphasis on areas which pose diagnostic difficulties. The topics are chosen based on analysis of data from the Nottingham national referral centre and EQA performance and on personal communication with reporting pathologists in the UK. The course includes talks on specific topics, given by eminent breast pathologists and a large collection of microscope slides of common and problematic conditions as well as unusual breast lesions with illustrated discussions.
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org (booking). Catherine.Douglas-Morgan@nottingham.ac.uk; or email@example.com (enquiries)
Location: Nottingham UK. Time: July CPD Points: 14
This course is organised by the Training & Education Subcommittee of the National Breast Pathology Coordinating Committee. The aim is to address topical and difficult areas in breast pathology related to screen-detected breast lesions.
Location: Nottingham. Time: April. CPD Points: 11
This five day course is designed for pathologists and slanted towards practical diagnostic histopathology with special emphasis on areas which pose diagnostic difficulties. The participants will have the opportunity to study microscopic slides, followed by illustrated discussions together with daily talks on a spectrum of specific topics, given by eminent breast pathologists followed by discussions.
Location: London Charing Cross Hospital. Time: May. CPD Points: 38
This is a one day course that covers a range of specific topics with lectures and case discussion.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone:(+44)0161980 8882
Location: Birmingham. Time: November.