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New Inspector Team Leader Training ReleasedThe CAP has released its new 2016 Inspection Team Leader Training. Those taking the training between May 2 and July 31, 2016 will automatically be entered to win a free Global Pass to CAP16---valued at $1,225.
Cancer Reporting: The Distinctions---and Challenges---of Synoptic & Structured ReportingMany physicians---as well as pathologists---are just learning about the complexities of two different methods of cancer reporting---synoptic and structured. In these three brief videos, I outline the difference between the each type of reporting and their importance to both clinicians and patients.
President's Desk:Why We Must Step Outside Our Comfort ZonesSome say that we know more in medicine than we know what to do with, and there is something to that. As diagnosticians, we know better than most that while intuitive insight may be a solitary endeavor, effective application of new knowledge is most often collaborative.
Share CAPconnect Blogs on TwitterYou can now easily share CAPconnect blog posts via Twitter. Plus, some CAP resources to get you up and running on Twitter and connecting with other pathologists.
Clear Your Calendar for All but One MeetingIf you were to attend only one professional meeting per year, the College of American Pathologists annual Policy Meeting should be that meeting. This annual meeting is held in May in our beautiful capital, Washington DC, culminating on the third day with "Visit To The Hill Day".