The CAP-ACP Scientific Planning Committee has an exciting line up of educational sessions relevant to pathology practice across Canada. The diverse and high quality events will showcase new advances and current trends with content for all learners to apply into their daily practice.
The Local Organizing Committee have prepared a fantastic social event program, in the picturesque city, where members will have ample time to relax and network with colleagues across the country.
Program highlights include:
The opening plenary session on “The Rise of Artificial Intelligence and its Impact on Histopathology” presented by the international expert Dr. Jeroen van der Laak, Associate Professor of Computational Pathology, Department of Pathology, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands and Guest Professor, Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV) Linkoping, Sweden.
The Leadership Summit will include presentations by international speaker Dr. Jennifer Hunt, results of Lab Physician Burn out across Canada and work life balance
Concurrent interactive microscopy sessions with 2 multiheader microscopes (back again this year from high demand). Seats are limited; do not procrastinate registering.
Cam Coady Slide Seminar will focus on Breast Pathology update and biomarkers, presented by a panel of international and national speakers.
The Pathologists' Assistants Program, Essential Skills Workshop, Resident Networking and poster sessions again promise to be exciting for our PAs and trainees
PD-L1 Testing and Reporting in Non-lung Tumours for Patient Outcomes will be addressed during the PSQA session. Not to be missed!
New this year, the CAP-ACP conference program offers a full day Hematological Pathology Symposium with eminent speaker Dr. Adam Bagg's presentation on myeloid malignancies. Other talks include the Pan-Canadian study on Harmonization of Han’s Algorithm for DLBCL: Aligning Analytical Sensitivity with Pathologist’s readout significantly improves diagnostic accuracy.
In keeping with the national interest of saving the planet, the Humanities and International Pathology will be showcasing their inaugural Climate Change Symposium featuring speakers across Canada who have been working on various aspects of Climate Change.
We continue to work with our industry sponsors who have supported us generously and have an exciting line up of industry sponsored breakfast symposia.
Ensure to visit the exhibit hall to interact with our valued sponsors and network with colleagues over wine and cheese.
Registration will open mid March and notice will be emailed at that time.
As a valued CAP-ACP member, we look forward to having your attendance, to make this event educationally and socially, a grand success.