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Pathology Today, November 7, 2018

There is still time to take advantage of the early-bird discount for the FSP's 45th Annual Pathology Conference: Updates and Practical Approaches in Pathology taking place on Feb. 22-24, 2019. The conference will be held at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Florida, allowing attendees the opportunity to bring their families along for the weekend to enjoy the hotel and theme parks. The conference will feature a wide spectrum of advanced, yet practical pathology topics in the areas of urology, soft tissue tumors, dermatopathology, hematopathology and digital pathology. We guarantee you will learn more than you ever have before! Register online now before the early-bird deadline on Dec. 22 and save $50 on the registration fee.

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Pathology Today, October 24, 2018

The Florida Society of Pathologists strives to offer its members valuable membership benefits that not only enhance their professional careers but enhance their personal lives as well. We are our pleased to announce that FSP members now have a special opportunity to purchase AARP membership at a 15 percent discount! AARP membership is designed to help you live life to the fullest. Membership in AARP allows access to exclusive discounts on healthcare products, automobile insurance, homeowner’s insurance and other services from AARP. In addition, AARP members can access discounts on travel, dining, entertainment, phone plans and much more. To learn more and take advantage of the special discount for FSP members, please visit the AARP membership website here. To learn more about all of the many benefits FSP membership provides visit the FSP website.

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Pathology Today, October 11, 2018

Submit your digital poster for inclusion in FSP’s Digital Poster Competition at the FSP’s 45th Annual Pathology Conference taking place on Feb. 22-24, 2019 in Orlando, Florida at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. All residents, fellows, trainees and students who are enrolled in a full-time approved training program in pathology or sub-specialty of pathology are welcome to participate in the Digital Poster Competition. Posters will be displayed in the digital poster hall during the conference for all attendees to view on Friday, Feb. 22 and Saturday, Feb.23. Submitted posters will be judged by other experts in the field. Aside from being an opportunity to showcase your research, winners will be announced, and cash prizes will be awarded to the top three presenters on Saturday, Feb. 22. Learn more about the Poster Guidelines here.

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Pathology Today, September 26, 2018

The FSP is excited to announce a new monthly membership spotlight allowing all FSP members the opportunity to get to know their fellow members and colleagues on a more personal level! Every month, the FSP will highlight a different FSP member who is doing exciting things in the field of pathology. Read the first edition of our FSP Member Spotlight here and get to know Dr. Marilyn Bui from Tampa, Florida. Are you interested in being featured in the next member spotlight or are you interested in recommending one of your colleagues? Please email the FSP office for more information at membership@flpath.org.

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Pathology Today, September 13, 2018

The Florida Society of Pathologists Poster Review Committee invites the submission of abstracts for display in the FSP Poster Hall at the 2019 FSP Annual Pathology Conference taking place on Feb. 22-24 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Florida. The purpose of the FSP Poster Hall is to stimulate research, provide a venue to share innovative and effective educational programs, showcase unique research projects, and to encourage networking among pathologists. New this year, all pathologists are invited to submit abstracts for display in the Poster Hall. Back by popular demand, residents, fellows and medical students who are enrolled in a full-time approved training program in pathology or sub-specialty of pathology are invited to submit and are eligible to participate in the FSP Poster Competition for a chance to win prizes. More information, including guidelines, instructions and deadline to submit abstracts will be available soon. Please check the website soon and make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to stay up to date.

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Pathology Today, August 29, 2018

Voting for the 2018 CAP Board of Governors Election is currently underway and is being conducted via electronic ballot. If you are a Fellow of CAP in good standing, you should have received an email from the CAP with instructions on how to vote. FSP strongly encourages all members of FSP that are good standing members of CAP to participate in the election. Voting is open and will close on Sept. 20. To view the candidates, please visit the CAP website here.

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Pathology Today, August 15, 2018

Save the date for FSP’s educational conferences in 2019! It’s never too early to plan your travel and CME for next year. The FSP’s Winter Conference will take place on Feb. 22-24, 2019 at Disney’s Contemporary Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Registration is open and online here. Take a sneak peek at the presenting faculty and stay tuned for the full agenda that will be announced in a few short weeks! Don’t forget to save the date for our Summer Conference too taking place on July 13-14, 2019 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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Pathology Today, August 1, 2018

There was record attendance at the FSP's 2018 Summer Conference held on July 21-22 in Palm Beach, Florida, at the Breakers Hotel with 135 attendees from not only Florida but all over the United States in addition to 28 sponsoring companies! Our nationally recognized faculty shared diagnostic strategies and practical, yet up-to-date educational pearls on breast and gastrointestinal pathology, and for the first time in years, we heard presentations on clinical pathology. We sincerely hope our members and attendees enjoyed the meeting and can bring back new knowledge that will be useful in daily practice. Did you miss the meeting? See event pictures here.

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Pathology Today, July 18, 2018

The 2018 FSP Summer Conference starts this weekend in Palm Beach, Florida, at the Breakers Hotel! If you have already made plans to join us, we are looking forward to seeing you there. If you have not signed up yet there is still time! Our faculty will share diagnostic pearls that will be valuable when encountering common cases in daily practice. The conference will feature practical, yet up-to-date educational sessions on breast and gastrointestinal pathology from nationally recognized faculty members, Dr. Laura Collins and Dr. Laura Lamps. Dr. Hadi Yaziji will serve as our expert read slides faculty member and will take a deeper dive into breast pathology through a review of HER2 IHC, HER2 FISH Equivocal cases and the brand new 2018 ASCO/CAP Guidelines. For the first time in years, the summer conference will feature clinical pathology topics with a riveting discussion on coagulation led by South Florida expert, Dr. David Andrews, associate professor of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Andrews will also present illustrative case scenarios on system wide decision-making challenges. Most importantly, there will also be ample time to network with the 28 vendors and 120 of your fellow colleagues during our social events. We guarantee you will leave this meeting refreshed and re-energized from the time you spent with us, learning from your colleagues in this beautiful and family-friendly location. Don’t miss out, register online now.

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Pathology Today, July 5, 2018

The Florida Society of Pathologists is committed to protecting the pathology profession and consequently the patient community through the efforts of the FSP Political Committee. The FSP has its very own lobbyist, Amy Young, who represents the FSP throughout the year and most prominently during legislative session in Tallahassee. To be successful in our efforts, we need you to contribute to the FSP Pathology-PAC. The FSP Pathology-PAC provides supportive candidates, political parties and other political organizations with contributions to achieving our advocacy goals and ultimately to protecting our medical practice. You can donate at any time through the FSP website here or annually when renewing your membership dues online. There is also an option to provide a convenient, monthly contribution through the FSP website. We urge you to join our cause in protecting the pathology profession and contribute today.

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