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Myanmar
The College is working with the Myanmar Society of Pathologists and the medical university in Yangon on an education programme to raise the standard of pathology practice and to help Myanmar pathologists prepare for the FRCPath examinations.


The education programme will comprise of fortnightly lectures on various aspects of anatomical pathology over a weekend. Fellows will fly into Yangon on the Friday evening and spend the Saturday and Sunday morning giving lectures and conducting slide seminars. Meals, ground transportation and accommodation over the weekend will be provided but Fellows are expected to meet the costs of their flights and local ground transportation.

The programme will commence from 25-26 April and every fortnight thereafter.


College Fellows, particularly those based in the Asia-Pacific region, who are interested in joining the teaching faculty should contact the International Department in the first instance (email: international@rcpath.org)

Russian-speaking pathologists
The College is currently exploring possible collaboration initiatives in Eastern Europe and in particular, the former Eastern Block countries. We would like to hear from any Russian-speaking pathologists and Clinical Scientists interested in working with the College to improve pathology training and laboratory services in this region. Please contact the International Department in the first instance (email: international@rcpath.org)

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