European Society of Pathology is delighted to share with you the Summer Edition of the European Society of Pathology (ESP) Newsletter for the year 2019. It is enriched with a lot of developments and news so please download the attached copy to read the details.
RECENT ADVANCES IN GASTROINTESTINAL, GENITOURINARY, PERINATAL AND PLACENTAL PATHOLOGY Course Description: Course Description: The course is designed for practicing pathologists and pathologists in training and should increase their diagnostic skills in pathology. The course will combine lectures and slide sessions. Digital images used at the slide sessions will be available for review online. We encourage participants to bring their own slides for discussion. The course participants will be awarded EMC credits. Course directors: G. Petur Nielsen and Alis Dema We…
The European Society of Pathology in close collaboration with the UEMS Board of Pathology announces the 2019 progress test for pathology trainees. In the week of June 10-14 those interested are invited to take the 2019 Pathology Progress Test, which is primarily intended for trainees, but any pathologist curious to submit her or his knowledge base to the test is welcome to participate.
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Fourth EScoP 2018 course is going to take place in Varna, Bulgaria between 17th – 19th May. The topic of the course is: “Update in Urinary System and Male Genital Tract Pathology” with top lecturers Maria R Raspollini, Maurizio Colecchia, Marina Scarpelli, Antonio Lopez Beltran and Rodolfo Montironi. The event will be held in Varna Medical University, which makes it possible for participants to follow a new online-based education in very interactive way.
Title: Advances in digestive neuroendocrine neoplasms course. EScoP 2017 is going to take place in Varna, Bulgaria on 29 and 30 September 2017.