2015 Diagnostic Pathology Update
July 19, 2015 to July 24, 2015
Hilton Waikoloa Village, Big Island, HI, USA
Claim CME / SAMUSCAP invites you to ride the wave in the latest updates in anatomic and molecular pathology presented in a unique resort ambiance in Hawaii. The panorama of eclectic subjects addresses practice solutions for pathologists working in community hospitals, private laboratories, academia and the commercial sector. Explore the latest advances in colon cancer and gastric disorders, the genetics of B cell lymphomas, problematic breast lesions, intriguing gynecologic patterns in gestational, endocervical and ovarian pathology, endocrine disorders, pancreatic cystic and solid lesions, pleuropulmonary abnormalities, problem areas in genitourinary pathology and interventional cytopathology. Clinical next generation sequencing of solid tumors utilizes melanoma as archetype. This gold-standard course utilizes didactic and interactive techniques (audience response system and virtual slides) to diversify the learning experience. The faculty represents highly respected practitioners, mentors and researchers who have earned international acclaim. Registrants may accrue at total of 35 CME credits, enhancing the value of this course when compared with other concurrent courses that offer 20 CME credits. The attitude is family-based and informal, but the education is typically “USCAP”.
|Practicing Pathologist||Trainee||Practicing Pathologist||Trainee|
|Until June 10, 2015||1,399||1,000||1,749||1,200|
|June 11, 2015 – July 18, 2015||1,499||1,100||1,899||1,300|
|July 19, 2015 – Onsite||1,599||1,200||1,999||1,400|
For cancellations received on or before June 10, 2015, a $50 administrative charge will be due. After that date, cancellations will be assessed an administrative charge of 25% of the total registration fee.
There will be no refunds for cancellations after the start of the meeting – July 19, 2015.