Specialty-specific publications

If you cannot see a College document, it might be archived or withdrawn or listed on the Cross-specialty documents page. 

Confidential documents or those still in the consultation stage are on the Documents in development page. For Fellows to read and comment upon (log in required).

The College is currently undertaking a large programme to update the autopsy scenarios originally published as guidance in 2005. The newly published/updated scenarios are listed in the Autopsy guidelines series page.

Clinical biochemistry

Cytopathology 

Death Investigation Group 

Ethics 

Forensic pathology  

Genetics 

Histocompatibility and immunogenetics 

Histopathology/cellular pathology 

On 28 October 2020, NICE published a diagnostics guidance document DG42: Testing strategies for Lynch syndrome in people with endometrial cancer, which states testing for Lynch syndrome should be offered when a person is diagnosed with endometrial cancer. This puts cellular pathology departments in the primary position of response when a diagnosis of endometrial cancer is made. Robust arrangements for communications with treating clinicians, genomic laboratory hubs and clinical geneticists are required.

The British Association of Gynaecological Pathologists, in association with the British Gynaecological Cancer Society and the Royal College of Pathologists, has produced a flowchart of the proposed pathway, followed by a synopsis of the terminology for reports.

Immunology and allergy

Publications currently under review.

Medical microbiology

Publications currently under review.

Molecular pathology

Publications currently under review.

Neuropathology 

Paediatric pathology

Veterinary pathology