PA Program

Program is preliminary and subject to change.

SATURDAY JUNE 20

0730-0830

Set up posters

0840-0940

Diagnostic Imaging and Histopathology of the Prostate, a Powerful Marriage

0950-1050

Repetitive Strain in the Workplace: One PA’s Cautionary Tale

1050-1105

Refreshment Break

1105-1205

From OJT to ASCP: A Journey Through the University of Calgary PA Program/The Future of PA’s in Canada

1215-1400

Poster Presentation/Lunch

1400-1630

PA Exam

1400-1630

Annual General Meeting of the PA Section of CAP-ACP

1830-1930

PA Cocktail Party (PA Award, Poster Award, Certificates)
(Open to spouses and other CAP-ACP attendees)

 

 

SUNDAY JUNE 21

0700-0800

PA Executive Committee Meeting

0830-0930

Pathological Assessment of the Pancreaticoduodenectomy (Whipple’s) Specimen: A Contemporary Approach to Assessment, with an Emphasis on Surgical Anatomy, Margin Nomenclature and Evaluation, Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Synoptic Reporting

0940-1040

Assisting the Pathologist with Quality Assurance

1040-1055

Refreshment Break

1100-1200

Let’s Talk – an Informal Discussion About National Variation in Practice

1900-2200

Presidents’ Reception

 

Diagnostic Imaging and Histopathology of the Prostate, a Powerful Marriage
Saturday June 20, 0840-0940

 

Dr. Theodore Van der Kwast, University Health Network

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Repetitive Strain in the Workplace: One PA’s Cautionary Tale
Saturday June 20, 0950-1050

 

Danielle Lee, BSc (MLS), Executive Chair, PA Section of the CAP-ACP; PA Officer to the CAP-ACP; Education Lead, Misericordia Hospital; Course Co-ordinator, PA Master’s Degree Program, University of Alberta

 

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From OJT to ASCP: A Journey Through the U of C PA Program/The Future of PA’s in Canada
Saturday June 20, 1105-1205

 

Christopher Horn, BSc, MSc, PA(ASCP)CM, Pathology Scientist, Calgary Laboratory Services, Rockyview General Hospital and South Health Campus Histopathology; Clinical Lecturer, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine

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Pathological Assessment of the Pancreaticoduodenectomy (Whipple’s) Specimen: A Contemporary Approach to Assessment, with an Emphasis on Surgical Anatomy, Margin Nomenclature and Evaluation, Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Synoptic Reporting
Sunday June 21, 0830-0930

 

Chair: Dr. Volodymyr (Vlad) Maksymov, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Grand River Hospital; McMaster University

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Assisting the Pathologist with Quality Assurance
Sunday June 21, 0940-1040

 

Monique Aitken, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance

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Let’s Talk – an Informal Discussion About National Variation in Practice
Sunday June 21, 1100-1200

 

Martin Grealish, MLT, MTM, University Health Network

Sarah James, MLT, University Health Network

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