This educational activity is designed to provide our faculty with alternative sources of information and experience on controversial areas in diagnostic pathology that cannot be gleaned from reading the literature or standard textbooks in pathology. There are many areas in pathology where a uniformly acceptable standard has not yet been established. Direct interaction with an expert can provide the pathologist with additional insight into more effective ways to handle the issue.
The need for this activity is to encourage residents/students in pursuing careers in subspecialties of Pathology. The Pathology Department Faculty is made aware of outside studies and research through the presentation/interaction with the invited guests. Because this is an ongoing event, the curriculum is reviewed and improvements are made by the Program Planning Committee at its annual meeting, usually held in December. A list of speakers is generated with Pathology Department Faculty inviting the participants.
SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULES (SAMs)
The Medical College of Wisconsin is a provider for Self-Assessment Modules as defined by the American Board of Pathology, and has designated this educational activity for a maximum of 1 SAM credits.
- Physician Assistants
At the conclusion of this activity, I will be able to:
- Recognize major endometrial cancer histopathologic patterns and their biologic potential.
- Associate endometrial carcinomas with molecular and metabolic abnormalities.
- Critique the Type I and Type II classification of endometrial carcinomas.
Professor and Chairman
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- 1.00 MOC Part IIMOC Part II credit.