29th Annual Park City Anatomic Pathology Update
The 29th Annual Park City Anatomic Pathology Update will be held February 7-11, 2016 in Park City, Utah.Course Focus
Neuropathology and Head & Neck Pathology
This five-day course consists of lectures and case-oriented discussions led by distinguished faculty from the University of Utah and renowned guest presenters, including Dr. Peter Burger from Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Bruce Wenig from Mt. Sinai Beth Israel. Subspecialty topics featured in this year's annual update include Neuropathology and Head & Neck Pathology. Faculty speakers include specialists from endocrinology, neurology, pediatric pathology, hematopathology, oral pathology, ENT pathology and neuropathology. The lecturers will provide cutting edge presentations on central nervous system, muscle, thyroid, and head & neck topics relevant to pathologists. Discussion of timely topics by faculty and participants ensures that this course will be informative, interesting, and relevant.
Come enjoy Utah¹s unparalleled snow and ski terrain while benefiting from this educational and informative anatomic pathology update.
Accreditation: The University of Utah School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
AMA Credit: This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
SAM Credit: This educational activity also meets the criteria for Self-Assessment Modules (SAM) credit(s) for the American Board of Pathology.
Requests for reasonable accommodations for disabilities should be made in advance.
For more information regarding this conference, please contact: Hollie Banks, (800) 242-2787, ext. 3952, or email@example.com.
Annual Summer Update in Clinical Immunology, Microbiology, and Infectious Diseases Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Held every summer in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this symposium provides a review and update in the areas of clinical immunology, microbiology, and infectious diseases, aiming to improve knowledge about the pathogenesis and clinical manifestations of infectious diseases; immunological mechanisms of disease and disease prevention; appropriate approaches to the diagnosis of infectious and immunologic disorders; and the utilization of the clinical microbiology and immunology laboratory, including selection and interpretation of results. This course will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas dealing with microbial infections as well as immunity to infectious diseases and immunologic disorders. Faculty consists of clinicians involved in patient care, pathologists, and clinical laboratory scientists. ARUP's Institute for Learning and the University of Utah School of Medicine designates this symposium for a maximum of 25.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)(tm). For information regarding the symposium, please contact Jeannette Rejali, (801) 581-5873, firstname.lastname@example.org