This month our member spotlight is Patricia Moody McNab, MD, an FSP board member specializing in Dermatopathology. Dr. Moody McNab completed her Dermatopathology fellowship training at UTMB, Galveston, Texas, and a surgical pathology fellowship at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa. She has been serving many dermatology practices both locally and internationally and has developed a solid reputation for excellent quality and service. She has given several lectures and is actively involved with meetings and updating dermatologists with the newest and latest changes in Dermatopathology. To read Dr. Moody McNab’s full member spotlight visit FSP website here.
The 2020 Legislative Session adjourned Sine Die on Thursday, March 19 after extending the Session for purposes of passing a budget.
This was indeed a rough and tumble Session with many issues addressed including attempts to, once again, tie your reimbursement for pathology services to a percentage of Medicare which ultimately failed passage. However, one of the most significant issues that House Leadership has pushed unsuccessfully for eight years, the autonomous practice of APRN’s and test and treat allowances for pharmacists, was ultimately passed and immediately signed by the governor.
We are particularly excited to spotlight Margaret "Meg" Neal, MD, who won the President’s Service award at the FSP's 46th Annual Pathology Conference in Orlando, Florida. President Morton H. Levitt, MD awarded Dr. Neal for her many contributions to the advancement and continued success of the FSP over the last decade under her service. Dr. Neal is quoted saying “The best part of being a pathologist is the requirement for broad ever-changing knowledge base dealing with many unique conditions, the work with many clinical specialties and colleagues, and the close association with other pathologists I work with, all for the best care of our patients.” To read Dr. Neal’s full member spotlight visit the FSP website here.
The FSP hosted its 46th Annual Pathology Conference on Feb. 14-16 in Orlando, Florida. The society welcomed over 250 pathologists and 100 industry supporters for one of its most successful meetings to date. The conference offered exciting new educational platforms and fabulous opportunities for attendees to network and connect with their peers. To read the meeting highlights and see the event pictures visit the FSP website here.
The FSP Annual Pathology Conference starts this Friday in Orlando, Florida. This is your last chance to join 250 of your colleagues for an exceptional educational experience, earn 12.5 hours of CME credit and learn from expert faculty on practical yet advanced topics in pathology. Don’t miss out, our first session kicks off at 11am on Friday. Register online now before the registration rate increases onsite.
The FSP’s Annual Pathology Conference just keeps getting better and better. Did you hear we added even more education to the schedule on Friday, Feb. 14? A new educational luncheon symposium will take place on Friday starting at 11 am, hosted by Moffitt Cancer Center. Educational topics include breast pathology, bone marrow pathology, GI pathology and thoracic pathology. Attendees of the FSP conference can now earn up to 12.5 hours of CME credit!
Time is running out to register for the Pathology Event of the Year, we are just one month away from the FSP’s 46th Annual Pathology Conference taking place on Feb. 14-16, 2020 in Orlando, Florida at the Grand Floridian Resort.
From Sept. 30: Lung injury associated with vaping — the use of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) — has been recognized in the medical literature, and a case series of such injuries is now published in the Journal. If vaping is the proximal cause of lung injury, the mechanism leading to such injury is not certain. Unlike traditional cigarettes, ENDS use solvents to heat and aerosolize the flavorants (known as “juices”), which consist of various aldehydes and alcohols, and complications can arise as the mixing and aerosolization of these components create new compounds. Moreover, ENDS are increasingly used to deliver cannabis oils and concentrates. READ MORE
If you are interested in earning 11 hours of CME and networking with over 250 of your pathology colleagues at the FSP’s Annual Pathology Conference than you only have a few more days to take advantage of the early bird rate for the conference and save $50. Register by Friday, Dec. 20 to receive the lowest registration fee. Register online now!