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APC 2005 Annual Meeting


APC/PRODS/PDAS 2005 Annual Meeting
Graduate Medical Education
Fairmont Tremblant Hotel
Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada
July 27-30, 2005

APC 2005 Annual Meeting Final Program (PDF file)

Wednesday, July 27, 2005
PRODS Session:

1. PRODS Council Breakfast and Meeting
Larry Fowler, MD, President, PRODS

2. Luncheon for New PRODS - Introduction to PRODS Council, Meeting, and PRODS Committee Structure
Larry Fowler, MD, President, PRODS

3. Orientation to ACGME/Pathology RRC
Margaret Grimes, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University
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4. Orientation to ABP
Betsy Bennett, MD, Executive Director, American Board of Pathology
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5. Use of Virtual Images in Pathology Education
John Woosley, MD, PhD, UNC

6. Best Practices: Resident Evaluation Process
Wesley Naritoku, MD, PhD, USC-Los Angeles
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7. Council Panel: Common Problem Areas for New PRODS

Exhibits
Welcome Reception

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Resident Training as the Future of American Medicine
Jordan Cohen, MD, President, AAMC
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Presentation of Distinguished Service Awards to Henry Pitot, MD, PhD and Jack Strong, MD
David Wilkinson, MD, PhD, President, APC

Thursday, July 28, 2005
Program for APC/PRODS Participants:

Workshop Leader Orientation

APC/PRODS Plenary Session 1 - Trainees: The Future of Pathology:

1. Targeting Training for the Market?
Moderator: Ralph Green, MD, UC-Davis

2. Pathology Trainees: From Whence Cometh They and Whither Do They Go (and When Do They Come Back)?
Bruce Alexander, MD, PhD, UAB-Birmingham
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3. What Are We Missing for a Competent Trainee Product for the Future? The AP Perspective
Christopher Fletcher, MD, Brigham & Womens Hospital, Harvard
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4. What Are We Missing for a Competent Trainee Product for the Future? The CP Perspective
Don Siegel, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

5. What Are Needs in Academics? Chairs Survey
Ralph Green, MD, UC-Davis
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6. Translating Training into Expectations of Workplace
Richard Horowitz, MD, Los Angeles
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7. But How Do We Accomplish What Will Be Expected and How Will We Know
Fred Silva, MD, USCAP
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Luncheon for New Chairs

APC/PRODS Workshops:

Exhibits and APC/PRODS Workshop Posters

APC/PRODS Committee Meetings:
APC Graduate Medical Education
APC Practice & Management
APC Research
APC Undergraduate Medical Education

PRODS Curriculum G&O
PRODS Curriculum Outcomes & Assessment
PRODS Ethics
PRODS Long Range Planning & Membership

Thursday, July 28, 2005
Program for CDS Participants:

Medical School Course Directors Section
(CDS) Session 1 – Advances in Teaching Pathology:

1. Call to Order and Orientation
Moderator: Carole Pillinger, MD, University of
South Carolina, Chair of CDS Organizing Committee

2. I Know Integration When I See It: Integrating Pathology Throughout the Preclinical Curriculum
Chuck Hitchcock, MD, PhD, Ohio State University

3. What Works in an Integrated Curriculum
Aliya Husain, MD & Scott Stern, MD, Univ. Chicago

4. Integrative Pathology: Is A Separate Pathology Course Necessary
Sebastian Alston, MD, Mercer University

5. Pathology in Integrated Curricula: What to Watch For
Kusum Kumar, MD, Michigan State University

6. Recent Experience with Team Based Learning in Delivering Integrated Cased Based Pathology Content
Sidney Murphree, MD, University of Louisville

7. Improvement of Learning Outcomes by Integrative Pathology
Byron Crawford, MD, Tulane University

8. Teaching Students How to Study for Pathology
Shivayogi Bhusnurmath, MD, FRCPath, St. George's University

CDS Session 2 - Advances in Technology:

1. Teaching and Learning in the Information Age: Web Pedagogy
Pete Anderson, DMV, PhD, University of Alabama – Birmingham

2. Effective Image Management and Utilization
James Fishback, MD, University of Kansas

3. Virtual Pathology on Microscopic and Macroscopic Scales
John Woosley, MD, UNC-Chapel Hill

4. Questions & Discussion

CDS Session 3 - Advances in Technology - Virtual Microscopy (VM):

1. Call to Order
Moderator: Chuck Hitchcock, MD, PhD, Ohio State University

2. Basics for Decisions for VM and Experience at University of Iowa
Fred Dee, MD

3. Experience with Virtual Microscopy in Teaching Histology at the Medical Univ. of S. Carolina
Robert Ogilvie, PhD

4. Virtual Microscopy at the University of North Carolina
John Woosley, MD

5. Virtual Microscopy at Ohio State University
Chuck Hitchcock, MD, PhD

6. Virtual Microscopy at the University of California-Davis
Regina Gandour-Edwards, MD

7. Virtual Microscopy at Loma Linda University
Jeffrey Cao, MD

CDS Session 4 - Advances in Teaching Pathology:

1. APCREG
Vinay Kumar, MD, University of Chicago

2. Learning Objectives and Their Future in CDS
Byron Crawford, MD, Tulane University

Exhibits and APC/PRODS Workshop Posters

CDS Session 5 - Organizational and Business Meeting for Course Directors:
Initial Organization and Membership
Finalization and Voting on Bylaws
Election of Officers of CDS
Formation of Subcommittees
Carol Pillinger, MD, University of South Carolina, Chair of CDS Organizing Committee & Jeffrey D. Cao, MD, Loma Linda University, Co-Chair of CDS Organizing Committee

Thursday, July 28, 2005
Program for PDAS Participants:

PDAS Leadership Workshop
Jeff Turner, Praxis HR

Exhibits and APC/PRODS Workshop Posters
PDAS Business Meeting

Friday, July 29, 2005
Program for APC/PRODS/CDS Participants:

APC/PRODS Plenary Session 2 – New Models for Academic Success:

1. Opening Comments
Moderator: Jonathan Braun, MD, PhD, UCLA

2. Training the Pathologist as a Driver of Institutional Change
Stephen Raab, MD, Univ. of Pittsburgh
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3. The Pathologist as Molecular Epidemiologist
Paul Mischel, MD, UCLA

4. Training the Pathologist as the Technology Innovator in the Traditional Setting
Carol Farver, MD, Cleveland Clinic
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5. Can We Do It: Cause for Optimism or Pessimism?
Fred Gorstein, MD, Thomas Jefferson Univ.
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6. Discussion

APC Business Meeting and Lunch
Exhibits
PRODS Business Meeting and Lunch

APCREG Forum for the Future
Vinay Kumar, MD, University of Chicago

PRODS Session:

1. American Board of Pathology Updates
Betsy Bennett
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2. Pathology RRC Updates
Margaret Grimes
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3. NRMP/ERAS Updates
Laurie Curtin
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4. Reports from Pathology Organizations

Friday, July 29, 2005
Program for PDAS Participants

PDAS Plenary Session 1 - Leadership - Numbers:

1. Housekeeping/Opening Comments
Barb Peterson, University of Washington

2. APC P&M Survey 2004
Marcia McCall, Wake Forest University
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3. Part A Survey at UMDNJ
Joe Rondinelli, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey
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4. Billing Survey at OSU
Harry Pukay-Martin, Ohio State University
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5. Michigan's Reference Laboratory Lessons Learned
Eugene Napolitan, University of Michigan
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6. Question-Answer: Hot Topic Recommendations
for Saturday's Session

Exhibits

PDAS Plenary Session 2 – Leadership - Changing Directions:

1. Housekeeping/Business
Barb Peterson, University of Washington

2. Pathology of Teaching
Gail Barker, University of Arizona
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3. Succession Planning in Academic Pathology Departments
Susan DiGeronimo, NYU, & Brian Rudolph, University of Pittsburgh

4. If You Build It, Will They Come?
Barb Peterson, University of Washington
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5. Clinic Pathology: Automation and Change
Paul Henderson, University of Washington
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Saturday, July 30, 2005
Program for APC/PRODS/CDS Participants

APC/PRODS Plenary Session 3 – Part A: Women in Pathology:

1. Welcome
Moderator: David Wilkinson, MD, PhD, President, APC

2. Women in Pathology: Where Do We Stand?
Mary Lipscomb, MD, University of New Mexico
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3. Why So Slow? The Advancement of Women
Virginia Valian, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Linguistics, Hunter College and CUNY Grad Center, Co-Director,
Hunter College Gender Equity Project

4. What Can We Do?
Barbara Atkinson, MD, University of Kansas
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APC/PRODS Plenary Session 3 – Part B: The Future of Pathology: Report of a Taskforce:

1. Taskforce Findings
Mary Kass, MD, President, CAP
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2. Training Program Standardization: Role of the RRC
Margaret Grimes, MD Virginia Commonwealth University
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3. Training Program Standardization: Role of the ABP
Betsy Bennett, Executive Director, ABP
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ADJOURN
David Wilkinson, MD, PhD, President, APC

Saturday, July 30, 2005
Program for PDAS Participants

Plenary Session 3 – Leadership - People:

1. Housekeeping/Opening Comments
Barb Peterson, University of Washington

2. Doing Well While Doing Good for Our Institution
Harry Pukay-Martin, Ohio State University
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3. Hot Topics in Academic Pathology
Marjel Hamlin, Creighton University

ADJOURN
David Wilkinson, MD, PhD, President, APC

Saturday, July 30, 2005
APC Council

APC Council Lunch
APC Council Meeting

Sunday, July 31, 2005
APC Council

APC Council Meeting