Additional Sessions

SATURDAY JUNE 20

2000-2200

Pathology Education Special Interest Group

2000-2200

Gynecological Pathology Special Interest Group

2000-2200

Pathology Informatics Special Interest Group

2000-2200

Nephropathology Special Interest Group

 

 

SUNDAY JUNE 21

1600-1700

Pediatric Focus Group

1600-1700

Point of Care Testing SIG

1730-1830

Opening Ceremonies and Keynote Speaker

 

 

MONDAY JUNE 22

1000-1100

Evidence Based Medicine for Pathology Special Interest Group

2030-2230

General Pathology Special Interest Group

2030-2230

Canadian Network of Uropathology (CNUP)

 

 

TUESDAY JUNE 23

1300-1400 Toxicology Interest Group

1500-1600 Laboratory Utilization Interest Group

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Inaugural Meeting of Gynecological Pathology Special Interest Group
Saturday June 20, 2000-2200

 

Chair: Blake Gilks, University of British Columbia

 

AGENDA

Welcome and Introductions: Blake Gilks, UBC

Issues with Synoptic Reporting: Ovary, Tube and Peritoneum – Martin Koebel, University of Calgary

Issues with Synoptic Reporting: Endometrium – Bojana Djordjevic, University of Ottawa

Issues with Synoptic Reporting: Cervix and Vulva – Anna Plotkin, University of Toronto

Future Directions

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Pathology Informatics Special Interest Group
Saturday June 20, 2000-2200

 

Chair: Christopher Naugler, Calgary Laboratory Services and University of Calgary

 

AGENDA

Digital Pathology: the Journey from the Wilderness to the Promised Land – George Yousef, St. Michael’s Hospital and University of Toronto

The Evolution of Health Data Ecosystems – Christopher Naugler, Calgary Laboratory Services and University of Calgary

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CSCC-SCCC Keynote Speaker
Sunday June 21, 1730-1830

 

Jacques Côté, Cégep de Sainte-Foy

Jacques Côté lives in Quebec City and teaches literature at Cégep de Sainte-Foy. In the 1980s he lived in London, where he wrote his first novel, Les Montagnes russes (1988), which was adapted for television and reprinted in 1999. In 2000, he published his first crime novel : Nébulosité croissante en fin de journée, followed by Le Rouge idéal (2002), the second part of the series, for which he received the 2003 Arthur Ellis Award for best crime novel. His interest in forensic science led him to write Wilfrid Derome, expert en homicides (2003). Winner of the Grand Prix La Presse for best biography, a book that increased public awareness of this North American pioneer in law and forensic medicine. Jacques Côté has been a guest lecturer at L’École de criminologie de Montréal, and at the Société médicale de Québec, as well as the Laboratoire de sciences judiciaires et de médecine légale, and also at many schools and libraries throughout Quebec. In 2004, he worked on a documentary about the life of Wilfrid Derome for the cable network Canal D.

 

Overview:

The session will be a presentation on Dr Wilfrid Derome (1877-1931). In 1914, Derome founded in Montréal the first crime laboratory in North America. He is also considered as the greatest forensic ballistics expert of its time. In 1929, he published the first book on this matter. He developed new expertises in many fields which were new in our judicial system.

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General Pathology Special Interest Group
Monday June 22, 2030-2230

 

Chair: Ruth A.R. Sellers

 

AGENDA

CME- Case presentations – General Pathology trainees

Laboratory Utilization Management in Canada – Dr. Christopher Naugler

Business meeting

• Review of minutes 2014

• Raising the profile of General Pathology in Canada

• Other topics

Discussion with trainees regarding General Pathology Practice – scope, vision, expectations, opportunities, economics, realities

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Canadian Network Of Uropathology (Cnup)
Monday June 22, 2030-2145

 

Chair: John Srigley, McMaster University

 

2030-2045

An Introduction to CNUP

John Srigley, McMaster University

 

2045-2100

CNUP 2014 Gleason Survey Results

Jennifer Merrimen, Dalhousie University

 

2100-2115

Intro to New ISUP Grading (Grouping) System

Fadi Brimo, McGill University

 

2115-2130

The Many Faces of Papillary Renal Cell Carcinoma

George Yousef, University of Toronto

 

2130-2145

Future Directions and Surveys

Panel Discussion

 

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