This symposium, held jointly with the ACP, is aimed at ACP members, RCPath fellows, members, trainees, medical students and others interested in pathology education in Wales. Delegates will be inspired by a range of talks on pathology education including the how to make best use of social media, how to get the most out of pathology opportunities in Cardiff & Swansea Universities, quality improvement in training and the value of mentoring. They will meet the President Prof Jo Martin and other honorary officers and find out what the College does in Wales. A celebration of the NHS at 70 will be held over the breaks and delegates are invited to share their emblems of pathology in the NHS.

This symposium will cover domains 1, 3 and 6 of the GMC Trainer Standards.

Trainees will have the opportunity to meet with the President and discuss any relevant matters.  This is a Free event, but we do require formal registration.


12.45     Registration

13.00     Welcome and introduction – Dr Esther Youd, Chair of the Wales Regional Council

13.10     Interprofessional education at Swansea University – Dr Angharad Davies, Public Health Wales & Swansea University

13.40     Pathology - The Next Generation – Dr Jonathan Kell, Cardiff & Vale UHB

14.10     Social media in pathology education – Jerad Gardner, Associate Professor of Pathology and Dermatology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences @JMGardnerMD

14.40     Social media: the Team Haem experience – Dr Emily Graves, Team Haem @teamhaem

15.10     Refreshments

15.30     Quality improvement in training and beyond – Dr Adam Christian, ACP Cambrian Branch secretary

15.50     The value of mentoring in training and beyond – Leona Walsh, Wales Deanery

16.20     The path of a College Vice President and the value of public engagement – Dr Rachael Liebmann, RCPath Vice President

16.40     A word from the President – Prof Jo Martin, RCPath President

17.00     Close


To be held at Life Sciences Hub, The Chris McGuigan Hub, 3 Assembly Square, Cardiff CF10 4PL