Brief Overview Of Resident Morning Conference
The pathology residents have required morning conference every day from 8:00 to 9:00 am.
The pathology resident on the ARUP Clinical Chemistry rotation, along with the clinical chemistry fellows, present clinical pathology conference on Mondays. Clinical pathology staff from ARUP Laboratories, University Hospital, and Primary Children’s Hospital attend.
Dr. Sterling Bennett from Intermountain Medical Center gives a series of coagulation lectures roughly every sixth Monday.
Faculty in the pediatric pathology division of the pathology department give pediatric pathology conference the first Tuesday of the month.
Faculty in the infectious diseases division of the pathology department give infectious disease conference the second Tuesday of the month every other month, alternating with hematopathology conference.
Faculty in the hematopathology division of the pathology department give hematopathology conference the second Tuesday of the month every other month, alternating with infectious diseases conference.
Dr. Fred Clayton oversees autopsy conference the third Tuesday of the month every other month alternating with gross conference. The pathology residents on the autopsy rotation present.
Dr. Dan Albertson oversees gross pathology conference the third Tuesday of the month every other month, alternating with autopsy conference.
Dr. Rob Blaylock oversees transfusion conference the fourth Tuesday of the month. The pathology resident on the transfusion rotation presents.
Surgical pathology unknown conference is on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. Faculty in anatomic pathology attend.
Dr. Ben Witt gives cytopathology conference the fourth Wednesday of the month.
Rosai slide series conference is held most Thursdays. This conference is given by a pathologist who has a corresponding expertise in the topic being covered. This conference follows the Rosai reading schedule, and it takes two years to complete the schedule.
Resident cases of the week conference is held most Fridays. Residents on AP rotations present interesting cases. Faculty in anatomic pathology attend.