The USCAP offers pathology education using a variety of formats, enabling busy pathologists many ways to learn and advance their skills. While some of our activities incur a charge in order to support our educational, non-profit mission, much of our content is free to all. Whichever format you choose, you’ll be learning from the experts.
The eAcademy is home to our online education library. These courses span all of the anatomic pathology subspecialties. Most offer CME, or if CME is not needed, certificates of completion to non-members and members alike.
Our ACCME accredited courses have achieved the highest ACCME honor: Accreditation with Commendation assuring you that your USCAP learning is the best available.
Our eLibrary offers a sampling of courses that have been presented at our renowned annual meeting over the three most recent years. Led by international authorities, these online courses are from 3 to 7 hours each. Choose topics from many subspecialties and complete them within your timeframe. Included with each course are PowerPoint presentations, course handouts, and other supplemental materials.
MyPath™ is emerging as the preeminent research and resource for pathologists. This application combines the USCAP’s educational assets with the National Institutes of Health’s PubMed library enabling users to search, save, learn, and connect with peers.
The USCAP hosts multi-day learning events throughout North America, including the world’s largest gathering of pathologist-scientists: The USCAP Annual Meeting.
The USCAP Annual Meeting, traditionally held the first week in March each year, attracts over 5,000 pathology professionals from around the world – in fact over 20% of attendees come from places outside of North America. If you are a pathologist the USCAP Annual Meeting is the place to be.
Our regional meetings are held in attractive venues throughout North America. These meetings are smaller and more readily enable peer-to-peer discussion and discovery. With leading experts, course participants focus on substantive areas of pathology, bringing home learning that they can use in their daily practices.