Webinar Programme: Cancer datasets and tissue pathways - Guidance for implementation

The Professional Guidelines Department is delivering an online learning programme to support pathologists with the implementation of new and revised clinical guidelines.

This initiative has been developed following discussion at the Working Group on Cancer Services and in response to survey findings from cellular pathologists. Members asked for more support with the implementation of our clinical guidelines, and opportunities to feedback on them to identify areas of improvement.

The Professional Guidelines team aims to deliver a webinar within 3 to 5 months after a new or revised dataset or tissue pathways is published. 

Format

Each webinar will be presented by the guideline authors. The bite sized, 45 minute interactive programme will focus on areas that are important to the guideline user, with ample time for questions.

The webinars will be hosted using Zoom, recorded and made available on the College website as a learning resource.

Programme

Upcoming webinars:

7 May 2024 Implementation guidance for the histopathological reporting of carcinomas of the oral cavity with host Professor Peter Johnston and guideline authors Professor Keith Hunter, Dr Phillip Da Forno and Dr Gillian Hall (G110 Dataset for the histopathological reporting of carcinomas of the oral cavity).

This webinar programme is free to members and 1 CPD point is available per webinar (self-accredited).

Book a place here

 

To Be Confirmed Best practice recommendations in staffing and workload for cellular pathology departments with host Professor Peter Johnston and guideline authors Dr Gareth Rowlands and Professor Michael Osborn (Guidelines on Staffing and workload for cellular pathology departments

This webinar programme is free to members and 1 CPD point is available per webinar (self-accredited).

 

Further webinar dates will be announced following the publication of new and revised cancer datasets and tissue pathways. Click here for the full listing of Cancer datasets and tissue pathways and please keep an eye on this webpage for upcoming webinar dates.

Recordings