Giving and receiving feedback and evaluation is a way of a professional life in pathology. When it is done right, it may synergize the team members and unleash their full potential to deliver quality patient care. However, this is not an easy task and when it is not done right, a negative effect in professional relationship may add to the burnout of pathology workforce. During this 1-hour webinar attendees will learn specific tools to help the process go more smoothly and effectively. Useful resources will be provided. Let this webinar be a primer of how to conduct evaluation and feedback to our lifelong learners, no matter if you are a trainee or a practicing pathologist.
On Thursday June 22 at 1:00 pm ET we held the second FSP Grand Rounds series webinar on How to Unlock Your Authentic Self, featuring keynote speaker, Jennifer Hunt, MD, MEd and moderated by FSP President Marilyn Bui, MD, PhD.
This 1-hour webinar offers professional development for pathologists in different stages of their career and teaches faculty or trainees, to unlock their full potential. Physician leader and executive coach Jennifer Hunt, MD introduces the concept of how the inner critic can hold people back from their full potential. Dr. Hunt focuses on providing actionable tips, especially useful for new in practice pathologists and their mentors, or those who are experiencing new challenges in their professional lives.
Attendees had the opportunity to ask the expert panelists questions during the webinar. Panelists include Jesse Kresak, MD, Evita Henderson-Jackson, MD, and Qihui "Jim" Zhai, MD.
New this year, the FSP is hosting a grand rounds program for academic pathologists and their trainees that provides professionalism and professional development education. The first program of the series was titled Facing the Real World: What Graduating Pathologists Need to Know and was held on Monday, March 27.
It is now the time of the year, exciting yet anxiety provoking, graduating pathology trainees are looking for and preparing to transition into their first jobs. As a gift of inspiration, this multidisciplinary and interactive webinar brings the expertise from leaders in Florida’s academic and non-academic settings to provide practical survival guides and tips for new-in-practice pathologists to thrive in any practice setting
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The goal of obtaining a non-lesional liver biopsy is to help determine the presence, type and extent of liver injury and possible etiologic associations. An important part of histologic evaluation is recognizing patterns of histologic changes and the corresponding possible causes. In this Webinar, Dr. Krishna will present a systematic approach for evaluating biopsies based on pattern recognition, and where applicable describe more specific findings, with the aim of providing our clinical colleagues with information relevant to patient management.
The FSP held a webinar on Wednesday, August 18 at 7:00 pm ET on Glioma Diagnosis 2021: Something old, Something new - Anticipating the new WHO presented by Jesse Lee Kresak, MD.
The 5th edition of the WHO Classification of CNS Tumors was published this year, building upon the advances of the 2016 version and the guidelines set forth by the Consortium to Inform Molecular and Practical Approaches to CNS Tumor Taxonomy (C-IMPACT). There are major changes to tumor nomenclature and grading, as well as an introduction to new tumor types. This lecture reviews the new changes and approaches to diagnoses.
Join the FSP for a webinar given by Gregory Y. Lauwers, MD, originally on June 3, 2021. Dr. Lauwers reviewed daily routine complexities in evaluating Barrett's Esophagus Biopsies by providing a case-based review of consultations.
Join the FSP for a live scope session webinar given by Michael Feely, DO on September 29. This live scope session will systematically cover, from gut to butt, both atypical presentations of common infections as well as infrequently encountered, but clinically relevant, infectious disease of the gastrointestinal tract as they present in surgical pathology.
The Florida Society of Pathologists hosted Nicole D. Riddle, MD and moderator Stefanie Grewe, MD for a slide review on Soft Tissue and Bone Pathology. This informative slide review is not only an excellent resource for residents preparing for the boards but it is a practical slide review for pathologists interested in bone and soft tissue pathology. Dr. Riddle reviews 8 high yield diagnoses for bone and soft tissue pathology during this 40 minute webcast.
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