Welcome to the EoE Webinars series Season 2 starting in November 21-Jul 22
Follow 25 sessions- for 50 RCPath CPD points

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SEASON 1: This series of Webinars will be delivered by a range of Senior Pathologists:

Delivery will be on Saturday morning on Zoom. There will be a weekly uodated iPad app delivering updates of localtion of scanned slides (updated weekly) and Videos embedded in app (retrospectively).

RCPath Accreditation; This series of Webinars (1st 20 Webinars) have been accredited by the RCPath for a total of 40 CPD points. Pre-viewing the scans of slides and writing a reflective note and self accrediation will enable a further CPD for every session you attend.

30 Histopathology and Cytopathology Webinars in the East of England

Organisers: Drs Preethi Gopinath, Maria O’Donovan, Vasi Sundaresan

Target Audience:
Consultant Histopathologists and Trainees in the UK and overseas who want to refresh or update their current knowledge.

Course Content:
Each webinar will cover a specialty topic with teaching centred on scanned slides. The emphasis will be on interpreting the histology in the context of clinicopathological correlation. The level of difficulty of the cases will be varied and will aim to imitate real-life cases, ranging from straight-forward diagnoses to complex cases that require further work and central review.  The case selection will be similar to what may be seen in an EQA setting.

Delivery of Webinars:
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the course organisers have had to adjust to delivering a totally virtual webinar series of teaching sessions.
These will be delivered on the Zoom platform enabling anyone with internet access and an Android or Apple device to access the webinars.

Upto 4 pre-meeting orientation events will take place and all registratnts are advised to attend at least one of these events to understand how the webinar will be delivered and maximise their gain from this second series of webinars.
The webinar sessions will run from 10am to 12pm on Saturdays to accommodate overseas delegates and the faculty to deliver the webinars. Our speakers will present 20 cases highlighting important diagnoses in routine practice and will discuss relevant management issues and provide clinicopathological correlation.
These sessions will be recorded and posted on Vimeo and incorporated into the course app with appropriate links for those wishing to review the sessions.
Those with iPads or Android tablets can have the course material uploaded automatically a week in advance on the tester app (appstudio). The answers to the slides and the videos hosted on Vimeo will be available for viewing on the appstudio platform which is username and password protected. Details for appstudio app and how to download-press here

The app will be updated weekly and each session will be accessible in advance and videos of each session will be viewable the sunday after the broadcast. For those without an ipad or android table device a webApp is available for viewing course material on any PC-type of device.

Registration and attendance at some webinars: This is feasible, Please email histopathologyCPD@gmail.com for details: £50 per session with access to Tablet downloadable app with slides/cases, pdfs of presentation and Video of session for viewing at a later date.

CPD Points
We believe the webinar will be a useful resource containing a range of diagnostic material across all main subspecialties in Histopathology and Cytopathology. Each webinar will last for 2 hours amounting to 2 CPD points/webinar. Delegates will be able to view approximately 20 slides before sessions and writing a reflective note will enable a further CPD point per session. For those Consultants that view slides before the Webinar and attend the entire programme, the total number of CPD points will be 70 (40 RCPath approved CPD points and 30 CPD points for reflective notes).  

Self CPD Certification: Those who follow the webinars after the event will have to write a reflective note and self certifying, since the RCPath require us to keep a log of all registered and attending the course in real-time. CPD certificates will be automatically sent to all registered participants at the end of each event to their registered email address.

 

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30 Histopathology Webinars in the East of England

 

https://vimeo.com/455520022


Organisers: Drs Preethi Gopinath, Maria O’Donovan, Vasi Sundaresan
Target Audience:
Consultant Histopathologists in the UK and overseas who want to refresh or update their current knowledge.


Course Content:
Each webinar will cover a specialty topic with teaching centred on scanned slides. The emphasis will be on interpreting the histology in the context of clinicopathological correlation. The level of difficulty of the complexity of cases will be varied and will aim to imitate real-life cases, ranging from straight-forward diagnoses to complex cases that require further work and central review. The case selection will be similar to what may be seen in an EQA setting.


Delivery of Webinars:
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the course organisers have had to adjust to delivering a totally virtual webinar series of teaching sessions.
These will be delivered on the Zoom platform enabling anyone with internet access and an Android or Apple device to access the webinars.
The webinar sessions will run from 10am to 12pm on Saturdays to accommodate overseas candidates and the faculty to deliver the webinars. Our speakers will present 20 cases highlighting important diagnoses in routine practice and will discuss relevant management issues and provide clinicopathological correlation.
These sessions will be recorded and posted on Vimeo with appropriate links for those wishing to review the sessions.
Those with iPads or Android tablets can have the course material uploaded automatically a week in advance on the tester app (appstudio). The answers to the slides and the videos hosted on the course server will be available for viewing from the course server which is username and password protected.


CPD Points
These webinars will be a useful resource containing a range of diagnostic material across all main subspecialties in Histopathology. Each webinar will last 2 hours amounting to 2 CPD points/webinar. Delegates will be able to view approximately 20 slides before the sessions (excluding session run in August 2021) amounting to another CPD point. For those delegates that view slides before the Webinar and attend the entire programme, the total number of CPD points will be 78 points.

TOPICS COVERED

Speakers and Topics Webinars Nov 2021-2022

1

13 Nov

Prof Neil Shepherd

Polyps and tumours of the Gastrointestinal Tract

2

20 Nov

Prof Naveena Singh

Pitfalls in reporting of endometrial pathology

3

27 Nov

Prof Marco Novelli

Dysplasia in the upper GI Tract

4

4 Dec

Dr Maria O’Donovan

Sponge technology: implementation in early screening of oesophageal dysplasia and cancer diagnosis

5

11 Dec

Prof TuVinh Luong

CUP: Practical tips for the practising pathologists

6

18 Dec

Dr Alison Marker

Head and Neck and Endocrine 1

7

8 Jan

Dr Anne Warren

Update on reporting of Testicular Germ Cell Tumours

8

15 Jan

Dr Elena Provenzano

Reporting of post chemo- breast and axillary specimens

9

22 Jan

Dr Andrew Lee

Diagnostic pitfalls of breast core biopsy
diagnosis

10

29 Jan

Prof TuVinh Luong

The Good, the bad and the ugly in GEP-NET Pathology

11

5 Feb

Prof Norman Carr

Mucinous Appendiceal Tumours and their differential diagnosis

12

12 Feb

Dr Shaun Walsh

IBD: Common types and Mimics in Biopsy Diagnosis

13

12 Mar

Prof Hazem Ibrahim

Approaches to Difficult Melanocytic Lesions

14

19 Mar

Prof Naveena Singh

Reporting of Vulval lesions-Devil and other entities

15

26 Mar

Dr Baljeet Kaur

Products of Conception: when to worry about them?

16

2 April

Dr Anne Warren

Variants of Bladder Cancer and discrimination from mimics and metastatic tumours

17

9 April

Prof Naveena Singh

Role of Immunostaining in the female genital tract

18

23 April

Dr Anne Warren

Renal Cell Carcinomas – syndromic variation and immunostains in the DGH setting

19

7 May

Dr Ashish Chandra

Head & Neck Cytology (excluding LN)

20

14 May

Prof Maria Calaminici

Cytopathology of the Lymphoid System: advances and limitations of making a rapid diagnosis

21

21 May

Dr Ashish Chandra

Exfoliative cytology including serous effusions

22

28 May

Dr Ashish Chandra

Urine Cytology and nuances of Paris Classification

23

11 June

Dr Alison Marker

Head and Neck and Endocrine 2

24

18 June

Dr Hibah Ali

Everyday Haematopathology: Lymphoma mimics and pitfalls

25

25 June

Dr Rupali Aurora

Borderline tumours and tumours of the Ovary

26

2 July

Dr Alex Freeman

Update on Reporting Prostatic Cancer

27

9 July

Dr Kieren Allinson

Unexpected findings on neuropathological examination of the brain

28

16 July

Dr Hibah Ali

Watch out for Lymphoma: Extra-nodal entities

29

23 July

Professor A Flanagan

Common malignant soft tissue lesions seen in the DGH setting

30

30 July

Drs Kieren Allinson Martin Goddard

Post-mortem examination of the Cardio-respiratory system and the Brain: Update

 

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