The FSP is pleased to announce that we will once again hold a collaborative educational meeting with the Florida Society of Clinical Oncology (FLASCO) this fall in Orlando, Florida. This innovative and interactive symposium, now in its second year, will bring together pathologists and oncologists from Florida to discuss the recent advancements in utilizing molecular diagnostics and precision medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. We invite pathologists and oncologists from their individual healthcare settings to attend with each other to discuss best practices and strategies to take back home with them to implement in their own practice settings.
The FSP will host a CME-certified webinar on Liver Biopsy Interpretation: Patterns and Clinical Correlations on Aug.3 at 7 p.m. ET led by Murli Krishna, MD. FSP members can attend for free and on-members pay only $25.
The FSP Summer Pathology Conference will start this weekend on Friday July 15. Our first session begins at 4 p.m. on Friday with a State Mandated Course on Prevention of Medical Errors for Pathologists. We are looking forward to seeing over 125 of our members and friends as well as over 30 sponsors together in person at the Breakers in Palm Beach. Registration is still open and available on the FSP website. Register now before the registration rate increases on Friday for onsite registration.
The FSP will welcome over 30 exhibitors and sponsors at the upcoming FSP Summer Pathology Conference on July 15-17, 2022, in Palm Beach, Florida. Our exhibitors will be available to meet with attendees during exhibit hall hours to share more about the tools, services and resources they can provide you in your daily practice. This is just one of many reasons to join us in Palm Beach for our next conference. Registration is still open online. Check out the full list of exhibitors here
The FSP Summer Pathology Conference will start in just one month at The Breakers in Palm Beach on July 15-17, 2022. Join over 100 of your fellow pathologist colleagues in beautiful Palm Beach, Florida, and earn up to 11.75 hours of CME credit. Educational topics include breast pathology, thyroid and pancreatic cytopathology and GI pathology. We are thrilled to be welcoming three nationally recognized pathologists Edi Brogi, MD, PhD, Syed Ali, MD, and Rhonda Yantiss, MD, who will also be presenting interesting and unusual cases in pathology through interactive read slides sessions. There is still time to register!
We are pleased to share our FSP Member Spotlight this month is Jennifer Chapman, MD. Dr. Chapman is a Hematopathologist, Director of the Hematopathology Division and Associate Director of the Oncology Cancer Line for the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Miami. Dr. Chapman attributes the value of her FSP membership to the friendship, collegiality, and networking that it provides her. Dr. Chapman says, “Being a member is fun and academically and clinically important and is a great way to build bonds and strengthen the collective fiber of the team of pathologists supporting Florida's patient population.”
FSP will welcome Rhonda Yantiss, MD, Edi Brogi, MD, PhD, and Syed Z. Ali, MD who will cover the topics of GI pathology, breast pathology and thyroid cytology. We are expecting over 100 pathologists to attend and invite you to be one of them! Registration is available online now on the FSP website here.
It’s time to renew your membership dues in the Florida Society of Pathologists . Renew your membership now to continue to receive valuable membership benefits such as discounts to the FSP educational conferences, a paid subscription to CE Broker, a subscription to the two FSP newsletters and most importantly advocacy support to protect your professional practice. Your FSP leadership is continuously staying informed of important legislative and regulatory issues as they arise and working to protect its members. Collectively, our FSP voice is stronger through your membership, therefore, we ask that you keep your membership active.
Join us on July 16-17 at the FSP Summer Pathology Conference taking place at the Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida. The educational agenda has just been finalized and we are excited to announce the addition of a new educational session taking place on Friday, July 17 from 3-5 p.m. on Prevention of Medical Errors for Pathologists. This session will provide an important overview on how to deal with medical errors and tips to avoiding medical errors in your everyday practice. This session will count towards your state mandated requirements. To register and see the full agenda. visit www.flpath.org/summer2022.
Want to be in the spotlight? Nominate yourself or another FSP member to participate in our member spotlight program to get to know your fellow colleagues and connect with other pathology professionals. To learn more and participate, email FSP Membership Manager Shana Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to be featured in the monthly email and on the FSP website and social media.