Date: 30 September 2017 10-17
Location: The Royal London Hospital, Pathology and Pharmacy Building
One day structured revision course focusing on interpretation and reporting of histopathological specimens and integrated diagnostics in haematological malignancy and other conditions.
Aimed at specialist haematology trainees preparing for the FRCPath Part 2 examination.
The morning sessions focus on giving candidates confidence in the histological reporting of bone marrow trephines and lymph nodes in lymphoma diagnostics.
The afternoon sessions focus on combining morphological (blood films and bone marrow aspirates), specialist tests (immunophenotyping, cytogenetics and molecular diagnostics) and histopathology to provide a structured approach to integrated reporting in haematological malignancies.
The course contains a mixture of taught symposia and microscopy case based teaching giving attendees the opportunity to apply knowledge in exam style cases.
Topics covered will include:
- Basics of lymph node interpretation in lymphoma diagnostics
- Basics of bone marrow trephine interpretation in lymphoma diagnostics and other disorders
- Specialist integrated reporting in plasma cell disorders
- Specialist integrated reporting in acute myeloid leukaemia, myelodysplastic syndrome and myeloproliferative neoplasms
Course Faculty: Dr Hasan Rizvi, Dr Tom Butler, Dr Louise Bowles and Dr Paul Batty
For further information and to register please contact Dr Paul Batty (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Registration 9.30am, Course 10am-5pm
Registration Fee: £50, including refreshments and printed course materials