1 - 2 p.m.
-- Learn from ASCP leadership at this open, interactive luncheon
where ideas, questions and opinions about the most pressing issues
in pathology practice and the future of the profession will be
discussed. Driving this session are the subjects of technology,
practice patterns, and the business of pathology.
-- William E. Schreiber, MD, FASCP - "Stump the Stars: Problem Solving
in Clinical Pathology"
7 - 10 p.m.
-- Get a bird's eye view of what goes on behind the scenes in the
laboratory as several experts showcase their skills in selection
and interpretation of diagnoses. Given limited background
information, three pathologists will generate a list of possible
diagnoses, discussing significance and rationale.
-- Saturday, Oct. 20
-- Samuel A. Yousem, MD, FASCP - Keynote Address, "Pulmonary
Neuroendocrine Jambalaya: Ingredients and Instructions for Digestion"
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 a.m.
-- Just as there are recipes for jambalaya, there is a recipe for
clarification in classification of neuroendocrine tumors of the
lung. A leading pathologist at the University of Pittsburgh School
of Medicine, Dr. Yousem will highlight and deconstruct definitions
and diagnostic criteria for carcinoid tumors.
-- Robert E. Petras, MD, FACG, FASCP and Robert Michel - "Sleaze,
Graft and Corruption in Surgical Pathology: A Primer for Residents"
7:15 - 8:15 a.m.
-- At this breakfast meeting, residents will learn about the dos and
don'ts of pathology practice from Mr. Michel, editor of The Dark
Report, and Dr. Petras of AmeriPath.
-- Jan F. Silverman, MD, FASCP - "Anatomic Pathologists' Role in Patient
10:15 - 11:30 a.m.
With recent reports of laboratory errors in the news, Dr. Silve
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