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APC 2021 Online Learning Program

For pathologists who want to obtain CME credit, APC is pleased to offer enduring CME credit in cooperation with the University of California San Diego. The CME-eligible enduring activity is the APC 2021 Online Learning Program of recorded presentations that will be accessible for one year (July 2021 - July 7, 2022). Click here to view a resource list/bibliography relevant to the APC 2021 Online Learning Program.

If you are enrolled, click here to access the recorded presentations.

A1.1: The Digital Pathology Journey (32 min) | Sarah Bowman, Univ of California, San Francisco

A1.2: Implementation of Digital Pathology at Stanford Health Care (26 min) | April Young, Stanford Univ

A2.1: Hospital Contract Negotiations (13 min) | Joann Li, Columbia Univ, and Kuruvilla George, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham

A3.1: Navigating Through a Cyberattack- Is Your Laboratory Prepared for an Extended Cyber Outage? (52 min) | Anne Stowman, MD and Andrew Goodwin, MD, Univ of Vermont

P5.1: Remembering Doomsday: Living and “Thriving” in the Midst of a Cyber-Attack (54 min) | Scott Anderson, MD, Bronwyn Bryant, MD, Alexandra Kalof, MD, Nicole Mendelson, MD, Clayton Wilburn, MD, Univ of Vermont

C1.2: Generating Discretionary Income for Your Department (87 min) | David Bailey, MD, Univ of California San Diego, with James Crawford, MD, PhD, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, Peter Jensen, MD, Univ of Utah, Debra Leonard, MD, PhD, Univ of Vermont, Susan McCarthy, Univ of Southern California, and Fred Sanfilippo, MD, PhD, Emory Univ

C1.3: Optimizing Faculty Productivity (90 min) | David Bailey, MD, Univ of California, San Diego, and Deborah Powell, MD, Univ of Minnesota, with Barbara Ducatman, MD, Beaumont Health, David Wilkinson, MD, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia, Dani Zander, MD, Univ of Cincinnati, Debra Leonard, MD, PhD, Univ of Vermont

C2.1: How Academic Laboratories Supported Communities During COVID (17 min) | John Raymond, Sr., MD, President and CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin

C2.2: Investment in Academic Labs (22 min) | Geoffrey Baird, MD, PhD, Univ of Washington

C2.3: Creating a New Center of Excellence (24 min) | Lydia Howell, MD, Univ of California, Davis

C2.4: Professional Billing for COVID-19 Tests: If There Was Ever a Case for a Diagnostic Management Team, This Is It (17 min) | Michael Laposata, MD, PhD, Univ of Texas Medical Branch

C2.5: Genomics Labs Pivoting to Virology Labs and the Future of Testing (16 min) | Heidi Rehm, PhD, Broad Institute

C2.6: Forecasting the Future of Academic Pathology (15 min) | Michael Talbert, MD, PhD, Univ of Oklahoma

C3.1: Addressing Professionalism with Medical Students and Residents: A Just Culture Approach (41 min) | Jason Wasserman, PhD, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine

C4.1: Addressing Immigration Issues Impacting Academic Pathology (25 min) | Matthew Shick, JD, Association of American Medical Colleges

C4.2: Impact of Visa Issues and Institutional Policies on Training Programs (9 min) | Eyas Hattab, MD, MBA, Univ of Louisville

C4.3Immigration Issues (8 min) | Robert Hoffman, MD, PhD, Vanderbilt Univ

C4.4: Impact of Visa Issues and Institutional Policies on Training Programs (18 min) | Cindy McCloskey, MD, Univ of Oklahoma

C4.5: OMG What Is It with IMGs? (15 min) | Amyn Rojiani, MD, PhD, Penn State College of Medicine

C5.1: APC 2020 Research Survey (16 min) | Clifford Harding, MD, PhD, Case Western Reserve Univ

C5.4: Experience with Pathology Resident Management, Quality Improvement, and Scholarly Projects (15 min) | Matthew Krasowski, MD, PhD, University of Iowa

C5.5: Internally Funded Practice-Advancing Research at the Johns Hopkins University (22 min) | Tamara Lotan, MD, Johns Hopkins University

C5.6: Sustaining Clinical and Translational Projects: A Successful Model for Peer-reviewed Funding (16 min) | Jeffrey Myers, MD, University of Michigan

C5.7: Internal Research Funding at the Ohio State University (22 min) | Anil Parwani, MD, PhD, MBA, The Ohio State University

C6.2: The Black Experience in Academic Pathology (21 min) | Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD, Howard Univ

C6.3: Racism: 3 Things to Look for in Your Department (16 min) | Gregory Threatte, MD, Retired Chair, SUNY Upstate

C6.4: The Experience of a Black Woman (Interim) Chair in Academic Pathology (26 min) | Valerie Fitzhugh, MD, Rutgers Univ

C6.5: The Black Experience in Academic Pathology (20 min) | Carla Ellis, MD, Northwestern Univ

P1.1: Program Directors Boot Camp: Perspectives from a Designated Institutional Official (DIO) (19 min) | Melissa Davidson, MD, UVM Medical Center and the Larner College of Medicine

P1.2: Program Administrator Perspective (11 min) | Chelle Kozy, Orlando Health

P1.3: Intro to the ACGME (21 min) | Kate Hatlak, EdD, ACGME

P1.4: Intro to the ABPath (27 min) | Rebecca Johnson, MD, American Board of Pathology

P1.5: Intro to the Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) Working Group (17 min) | Bronwyn Bryant, MD, Univ of Vermont

P1.6: Training Residents in Genomics (TRIG) (PDF) | Richard Haspel, MD, PhD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

P1.7: Training Residents in Patient Safety (TRIPS) (10 min) | Yael Heher, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital

P1.8: Pathology Informatics Essentials for Residents (PIER) (20 min) | Michael Esposito, MD, Northwell Health

P1.9: Updates from the AAMC Organization of Resident Representatives (10 min) | Kayla Elliott, MD, Univ of Vermont

P1.10: Resident Updates from ASCP (15 min) | Hannah Wang, MD, Stanford Univ

P1.12: Pathologist-in-Training Updates from USCAP (16 min) | Terrell Ewa Jones, MD, Univ of Pittsburgh

P2.1: Updates from the ABPath (28 min) | Rebecca Johnson, MD, ABPath

P2.2: Updates from the ACGME (31 min) | Kate Hatlak, EdD, ACGME

P2.3: Updates from the ASCP Resident In-Service Exam (RISE) (18 min) | Jonathan Genzen, MD, ASCP RISE and Univ of Utah

P2.4: Updates from the EPA Working Group (14 min) | Bronwyn Bryant, MD, Univ of Vermont

P2.5: Wellness Curriculum: Mentoring and Professionalism in Training (MAP-IT) (21 min) | Michael Esposito, MD, Northwell Health

P3.1: Health Equity Education: An Integral Part of Pathology Residency Training (29 min) | Jaya Aysola, MD, Univ of Pennsylvania

P4.1: Global Health Initiative (33 min) | Kumarasen Cooper, MBChB, DPhil, Univ of Pennsylvania

P4.2: Highlights and Perspectives from a Collaborative Global Health Pathology Experience in Trinidad and Tobago (25 min) | Kartik Viswanathan, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital

P4.3: Yale Program in Global Health (25 min) | Dana Razzano, MD, Yale Univ

P4.4: Global Health Curriculum in Pathology: Kenya Experience (31 min) | Rochelle Garcia, MD, Univ of Washington

U1.1: Best Practices for Online Team-Based Learning (TBL) (16 min) | Amy Lin, MD, Univ of Illinois at Chicago

U1.2: Pathology Zoom Lab (29 min) | Marta Margeta, MD, PhD, Univ of California, San Francisco

U1.3: Virtual Pathology Elective Provides Uninterrupted Medical Education and Impactful Pathology Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic (13 min) | Lucy Fu, MD, and Michael Sete, DO, Northwestern Univ

U1.4: Perceptions of a Remote Learning Pathology Elective for Advanced Clinical Medical Students (11 min) | Rageshree Ramachandran, MD, PhD, and Kara Tanaka, MD, Univ of California San Francisco

U1.5: The Implementation and Effectiveness of PathElective.com (13 min) | Kamran Mirza, MD, PhD, Loyola Univ

U2.1: Pipeline Survey Data on Histopathology Teaching (10 min) | Wesley Naritoku, MD, PhD, Univ of Southern California

U2.2: Histopathology in Exams and Curriculum: To Add or Not to Add (19 min) | Barbara Knollmann-Ritschel, MD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

U3.2: The Value of EPAs in Pathology Education (38 min) | Deborah Powell, MD, Univ of Minnesota

U3.3: Medical Student Teaching of Laboratory Medicine/Clinical Pathology in the U.S. (31 min) | Michael Laposata, MD, PhD, Univ of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

U3.4: Lab Tests Working Group Update (17 min) | Andrea Deyrup, MD, PhD, Duke Univ, and Barbara Knollmann-Ritschel, MD, Uniformed Services of the University of the Health Sciences

U4.1: Discussing Disparities in Medical Education: Why? Who? How? (29 min) | Andrea Deyrup, MD, PhD, Duke Univ

U4.2: Diversity in Pathology: Does It Exist? (27 min) | Valerie Fitzhugh, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

P01: Peer Instruction: A Novel Educational Methodology That Dramatically Changes Pathology Residency Teaching (9 min) | Jenna Reisler, Univ of Texas Medical Branch

P02: Gross Room On-boarding: An Intensive Rotation to Teach Gross Examination Skills (16 min) | Rikki Wiggins, PA-C and Mandy VanSandt, DO, Oregon Health & Science Univ

P03: Assessing Student Opinion on Autopsy as a Supplement to Undergraduate Medical Educations (6 min) | Wing Fei Wong, Thomas Jefferson Univ

P04: Prevalence of PCOS during the COVID-19 pandemic; a “Meta-Analysis” (9 min) | Aiman Tohid, MD, MPH, Univ of Southern California

P05: You Can Take That to the Bank: A Departmental and Openly Available Intelligent Question Bank Application for Graduate Pathology Education (15 min) | Ryan Landvater, MD, MEng, Univ of Michigan

P06: Team-Based Learning at Duke-NUS - From Physical to Virtual to Hybrid System Across Two First Year Medical Cohorts (9 min) | Siang Hu Lai, MD, Singapore General Hospital

P07: The #Path2Path Virtual Landscape During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Preparing for the 2020 Pathology Residency Recruitment Season (6 min) | Hannah Cutshall, BS, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham

P08: The Role of an Online Based Clerkship on Medical Students’ Perspective of Pathology during the COVID-19 Pandemic (8 min) | Henrietta Fasanya, PhD, Univ of Florida

P09: The Feasibility of an Entrustable Professional Activity to Support and Assess Frozen Section Training in Pathology Residency: Moving Towards Entrustment Decisions (5 min) | Bronwyn Bryant, MD, Univ of Vermont

P10: Enhancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Pathology: Advancing our Goals through Philanthropic Initiatives (6 min) | Alisha Ware, MD, Johns Hopkins Univ

P12: Rapid Development of a COVID-19 Biorepository at an Urban Safety Net Hospital (12 min) | Elizabeth Duffy, MA, Boston Medical Center

P13: Flipping the Traditional Preclinical Medical Student Classroom for Congenital Heart Disease Pathology and Murmur Instruction (25 min) | Philip Boyer, MD, PhD, East Carolina Univ

P14: Virtual Autopsy Experience: A COVID-19 Era Adaptation of a Required Medical School Pathology Curriculum Component (21 min) | Philip Boyer, MD, PhD, East Carolina Univ