Osler Pathology Board Reviews

Publisher: Osler
Credits: 70
Credit Type: AMA PRA Category 1
Price: $580 - $1,260
Format: Live Course
Expiration Date: 2/27/2016
Specialty: Pathology
Tags: board reviews , cme , osler

This comprehensive course is developed to update your clinical knowledge foundation as well as to help you pass your Pathology AP and/or CP exams (certifying or MOC). Emphasis is on fact-based practice and board-relevant standards of care, integrating new concepts and testing strategies in addition to quality control and laboratory management skills. Numerous previous participants found the course offered them with enhanced diagnostic and evaluation skills and helped them recognize weaknesses for further self-study. The program includes didactic lectures with review questions at the conclusion of each topic, esyllabus (containing all PowerPoint? presentations), and designated Q&A sessions covering Blood Bank procedures and Clinical Chemistry. Sunday through Wednesday discussions cover Anatomical Pathology Topics. Wednesday through Saturday discussions cover Clinical Pathology Topics. Wednesday is an overlap day and consists of both Anatomic in additin to Clinical Pathology topics scattered throughout the day.

The Pathology Course also offers an optional day of glass-slide review before and after the seven-day lecture seminar. There are seven sets of twenty-five slides to explore self-study style which are the same for both lab days. The Saturday slide lab before to the course opens at 1:00 pm and closes at 8:00 pm. The Sunday slide lab, which is the Sunday following the lecture presentation is open from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm. If you choose not to attend one of the extra slide lab days you can still rent a microscope to use during the lecture course. The hours of the microscope room are 7:00 am to 11:00 pm and the hours of slide check out are 9:00 am to 8:00 pm. A Clinical Photo room with question and answer pack is available throughout the course.

General Pathology *** Inflammation and Repair *** Pathology of Neoplasia *** Pediatric Pathology *** Forensic Pathology *** Electron Microscopy
Systemic Pathology *** Cardiovascular Pathology *** Pulmonary Pathology *** Gastrointestinal Pathology *** Endocrine Pathology ***Renal Disease *** Breast Pathology ***Liver and Gallbladder *** Female Reproductive *** Male Reproductive *** Bone Tumors *** Soft Tissue Pathology *** Dermatopathology *** Neuropathology
Cytology and Hematology *** Cytopathology ***Red Cells *** Lab Management *** Lymph Node Pathology *** Cytogenetics*** White Cells *** Platelets and Coagulation
Immunopathology *** Immunophysiology *** Immunopathology *** Immunohistochemistry *** Molecular Pathology *** Blood Banking
Microbiology *** Bacteriology *** Mycobacteriology *** Virology *** Mycology *** Parasitology *** Sensitivity Testing
Chemistry *** Statistics and Quality Control *** Instrumentation *** Lipid and Protein *** Enzymes and liver *** Radioimmunoassay *** Toxicology ***Acid-base and Blood Gases *** Endocrine Chemistry *** Urinalysis

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