Join us for an exciting and informative Summer Pathology Conference taking place on July 17-18, 2021 at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa in Palm Beach. Hear interesting cases and learn new diagnostic strategies in breast pathology, genitourinary pathology and obstetric and gynecologic pathology to make an impact in your practice or organization.
NEW IN 2021 attendees will be able to take part in an interactive roundtable discussion led by senior pathologists on medical malpractice. Attendees will hear how to respond to diagnostic errors and how to deal with the impact and stress of a malpractice situation.
In addition to the educational offerings, attendees will have an opportunity to connect with colleagues and interact with industry leaders in the field of pathology during exhibit hall social functions.
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Timothy Craig Allen, MD, JD
Professor and Chair
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Christopher P. Crum, MD
Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School
Division of Women's and Perinatal Pathology
Department of Pathology
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Topic: GYN Pathology
Merce Jorda, MD, PhD, MBA
Professor and Chair
Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Director of Genitourinary Pathology and Cytopathology
Chief of Pathology, Jackson Memorial Hospital
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Topic: GU Pathology
Aysegul A. Sahin, MD
Section Chief of Breast Pathology
Division of Pathology/Lab Medicine
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Topic: Breast pathology
Stephen Vernon, MD
Emeritus Fellow, CAP
At Large Member, Executive Committee
Florida Society of Pathologists
Luis Villa Jr., MD
Pathologist and Clinical Oncologist
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Coral Gables, FL
Jim Zhai, MD, FCAP
Professor of Lab Medicine and Pathology
Mayo Clinic Florida
Florida Society of Pathologists
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This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the Florida Medical Association and the Florida Society of Pathologists. The Florida Medical Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Florida Medical Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 9.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
CRITERIA FOR SUCCESS
Statements of credit/participation will be awarded based on the participant’s attendance at each session and submission of the activity evaluation form. A statement of credit will be available upon completion of an online evaluation/claim credit form at www.flpath.org/claimcme. If you have questions about this CME/CE activity, please contact the FSP at 904-309-6261. Credit must be claimed by July 28, 2021.
This activity is designed to meet the needs of practicing physicians, pathologists, and other specialists involved with pathology.
STATEMENT OF NEED
The field of pathology is constantly changing, and many of the most important advances in the field. In the setting of new technology, techniques and advancements in the field, practice gaps are inevitable. As such, pathologists require ongoing educational opportunities to stay current in order to maintain and improve their knowledge and competence in the field.
At the conclusion of this activity, all participants should be able to:
• Recognize histopathologic changes in tumor and normal epithelium after neoadjuvant systemic therapy.
• Review the reporting systems for breast specimens after neoadjuvant systemic therapy.
• Identify residual carcinoma after systemic therapy.
• Recognize diagnostic features of lesions of the breast.
• Review of breast cases with squamous metaplasia and metaplastic changes.
• Discuss changes in classifications of breast neoplasms from the 5th edition of WHO Classification of Breast Tumors
• Recognize differential diagnosis for spindle cell proliferations of the breast
• Identify the histopathologic and molecular correlates of vulvar squamous cell carcinoma precursor types.
• Identify and properly grade squamo-columnar junction specific cervical squamous intraepithelial lesions. (SIL)
• Recite the spectrum of non-HPV adenocarcinomas in the uterine cervix
• Recognize categories of undifferentiated or poorly differentiated carcinomas of the endometrium.
• Identify potential pitfalls in assessing glandular and squamous neoplasia of the vulva
• Distinguish variants of verruciform proliferations of the vulva
• Distinguish adenosarcoma from atypical endometrial polyp
• Recognize criteria for aggressive variants of low grade ovarian serous neoplasia
• Recognize unusual variants of epithelioid trophoblastic tumors
• Recognize variants of endometrioid and undifferentiated carcinomas of the uterus
• Recognize various pathologic and clinical features of Renal Cell Carcinoma subtypes
• Identify morphology and immunohistochemical analysis tests to appropriately classify Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC)
• Describe the basics of medical malpractice law and the specific legal criteria that determine medical liability
• Recognize the typical timeline of a medical malpractice lawsuit
• Identify ways to minimize the emotional and psychological impact of a medical malpractice lawsuit on the pathologist and the pathologist's family
• Identify the origin and nature of “clear cell” neoplasia in the uterus and peritoneal cavity
COMMERCIAL SUPPORT AND EDUCATIONAL GRANTS
At the time of this printing, full commercial support and education grant information was not available. All commercial support and educational grants will be communicated to attendees in advance of the meeting.
The planners of this activity disclosed no financial relationships relevant to the content to be presented with the exception of Marilyn Bui, MD who disclosed the following Grant/Research Support: NCI/NIH Core Support Grant. Consultant: Epizyme, BMS, Hologic, ContexVision. Speaker's Bureau: Physicians Education Resource. Other Financial Support: Travel support to speak on behalf of Digital Pathology Associates
The faculty of this activity disclosed no financial relationships relevant to the content to be presented.
DISCLOSURE OF THE FLORIDA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
It is the policy of the Florida Medical Association (FMA) to ensure independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all approved CME content. CME faculty must present evidence-based data, clarify off-label product use and disclose all relevant financial relationships to the audience. The ideas and opinions expressed during jointly provided events do not necessarily reflect those of the FMA, and the FMA’s approval of course content for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. does not constitute an endorsement of the ideas, positions or statements contained therein. Every effort has been made to ensure that all information provided by the joint provider is accurate and current. However, FMA does not accept responsibility for errors or omissions and accepts no liability for any resulting loss or damage. Attendees agree to participate in this CME activity with full knowledge and awareness that they waive any claim they may have against the FMA for injury or other damage that may result in any way from their participation in this activity.
Make plans to join us for the Florida Society of Pathologists’ Summer Pathology Conference on July 17-18, 2021 at Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa in Palm Beach, Florida. Connect with over 150 pathologists as you showcase your products and services.
We have added new and exciting sponsorship opportunities to allow you maximum exposure throughout the weekend. We look forward to working with you to secure your booth and confirm your participation in the conference.
For more information on exhibiting or sponsoring, please call 904-309-6220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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