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Continuing Medical Education (CME)

AAPath is pleased to offer Continuing Medical Education for select meeting sessions. CME is included in the meeting registration rate for physicians. Claims can be made for in-person session attendance or on-demand viewing of the recorded sessions after the conference.

Use the CME tracker, available here and in the Meeting Program Guide provided to in-person attendees, to note your CME hours, evaluations, and comments for each presentation/session you view or attend. After you have completed your learning experience by attending the live meeting sessions (in-person or remotely) and viewing any relevant post-meeting recordings, you will be ready to use your CME tracker notes to complete your online CME evaluation, which will be posted here when the claim period opens after the Annual Meeting.

By attending the programmed sessions and viewing the recordings of the concurrent sessions after the conference, you can claim a maximum of 44.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Submit responses online no later than September 30, 2024. Certificates will be emailed within 4-6 weeks of submitting your claims.

All other CME information and disclosures are posted below.


AAPath 2024 Annual Meeting CME Program

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION: The AAPath 2024 Annual Meeting is an other/blended (live and recorded) learning activity that provides educational activities designed to provide training and professional development for academic pathologists.

TARGET AUDIENCE: The live session presentations and discussions and recordings of such live sessions provide educational activities for four target audiences:

  • Chairs, Vice Chairs, and former Chairs (Senior Fellows) of academic departments of pathology and laboratory medicine;
  • Program Directors and Associate Program Directors of pathology residency training programs;
  • Medical student educators of pathology in medical schools; and
  • Faculty members and trainees (fellows, residents, and medical students) aspiring to these positions.

The target audience are professionals (MD, DO, PhD) and others who serve as the academic, medical, scientific, and administrative leaders of departments of pathology and laboratory medicine in the United States and Canada.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: The objective of the learning activity is to facilitate knowledge acquisition to enable departments to fulfill their missions in teaching, clinical service, and research. Content focuses on issues in three broad areas that address educational needs in knowledge, competency, and performance:

1. ADMINISTRATION/LEADERSHIP: Developing and refining leadership skills, including well-being, for successfully administering an academic pathology department to meet the demands of the three departmental missions within an academic health system: medical education, practice, and research.
2. PATHOLOGY CONTENT/CURRICULUM and TRAINING/TEACHING STRATEGIES: Enhancing medical education content and faculty development are given priority to develop both the content and pedagogy for the identified gaps in the continuum from undergraduate and graduate medical education, as well as continuous medical education for practicing pathologists.
3. PRACTICE/MANAGEMENT: Strategies to sustain a department include addressing (a) the laboratory workforce with evolving technology and innovations in research infrastructure, (b) the training and development of faculty, staff, and trainees, (c) diverse learning styles and health disparities in patient populations, and (d) how to locally and nationally advocate for academic pathology

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT FOR CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (CME): This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of American Society of Cytopathology (ASC) and the Association for Academic Pathology (AAPath). The ASC is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT: The ASC/AAPath designates this other/blended (live and recorded) educational activity for a maximum of 44.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

RELEASE DATE:         July 21, 2024
EXPIRATION DATE:    September 30, 2024

DISCLOSURES: The faculty, committee members, and staff who are in position to control the content of this activity are required to disclose to the ASC/AAPath and to learners any financial relationships that have occurred within the last 24 months with ineligible companies whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients. The ASC/AAPath has reviewed the disclosures as listed below and mitigated all relevant financial relationships. All other planning committee members and speakers listed below have reported no relevant financial relationships. The AAPath staff associated with the development of content for this activity reported no relevant financial relationships.

SUMMARY OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST DISCLOSURES

Name       

Name of Ineligible Company

Nature of Relevant Relationship

Neil Anderson

Diasorin Molecular

Honoraria, Scientific Advisory Board

Roche

Honoraria, Scientific Advisory Board

BioRad

Honoraria, Scientific Advisory Board

James Crawford

ClaraPath

No renumeration, Non-voting Member of Board of Directors

Lea Grinberg

Celdara Medical

Honoraria, Lecturer

Michael Laposata

Werfen

Honoraria, Advisory Board

Liron Pantanowitz

Ibex

Consultant fee, Medical Advisory Board

Hamamatsu

Consultant fee, Consultant

AiXMed

Consultant fee, Consultant

 

The following individuals have reported no relevant financial relationships:

  • Melissa Allen
  • Leslie Antinarella
  • Nicole Aqui, MD
  • David Bailey, MD
  • Damaris Battaglia, MBA
  • Julie Beckerdite, MBA
  • Candice Black, DO
  • W. Stephen Black-Schaffer, MD, MA
  • Amy J. Bourgeois, Med
  • Daniel Brat, MD, PhD
  • J. Gary Brown, MBA
  • Bronwyn H. Bryant, MD
  • Dave Caudel, PhD
  • Meagan Chambers, MD, MS, MSc
  • Joanna Chan, MD
  • Deborah Chute, MD
  • John Patrick Co, MD, MPH, MBA
  • Renee Cruea, MPA
  • Thomas Cummings, MD
  • Melissa Davidson, MD, MHPE
  • Marie C. DeFrances, MD, PhD
  • Shanker Deonandan, MBA
  • Andrea Deyrup, MD, PhD
  • Melissa Erb
  • Terri Feist
  • Michael Feldman, MD, PhD
  • Valerie Fitzhugh, MD
  • Melina Flanagan, MD
  • Carlos Garcia, MBA
  • Jimmy Gollihar, PhD
  • Marilea Grider
  • Eyas Hattab, MD, MBA
  • Tiffany Hebert, MD
  • Katie Horton,
  • Lydia Howell, MD
  • Ashley Inman, MD
  • Brian Jackson, MD, MS
  • Ronald Jackups, MD, PhD
  • Merce Jorda, MD, PhD, MBA
  • Nitin Karandikar, MD, PhD
  • Steven Kroft, MD
  • Jennifer Leib, Sc.M., C.G.C.
  • Madelyn Lew, MD, MHPE
  • Joann Li, MPH
  • Jenny Libien, MD PhD
  • Andrea Ligler, MBA
  • Cullen Lilley, MD, MS, MA
  • Elisa Lin, MD
  • Marta Margeta, MD, PhD
  • Leonard Marquez
  • Heidi Martinez
  • Maria Martinez-Lage, MD
  • Joey McCall, MBA
  • Susan McCarthy
  • Brandi McCleskey, MD
  • Cindy McCloskey, MD
  • Kelly McNeill, MSEd
  • Kamran Mirza, MD, PhD
  • Serene Mostafa, MD
  • Alexandra Murtha
  • Kristin Olson, MD
  • Lynette Parker, MD
  • Carlos Parra-Herran, MD
  • Anil Parwani, MD, PhD, MBA
  • Richard Peng
  • Maria Plummer, MD
  • Deborah E. Powell, MD
  • Gary Procop, MD
  • Eros Qama, MD
  • Raga Ramachandran, MD, PhD
  • Hooman Rashidi, MD
  • Cindy Riyad, PhD
  • Amyn Rojiani, MD, PhD
  • Eileen Amy Ryan, MD
  • Michael Ryan, MD
  • Joel Saltz, MD, PhD
  • Fred P. Sanfilippo, MD, PhD
  • Kimberly W. Sanford, MD
  • Beth Smith
  • Kristen Smith
  • Melissa Stedman
  • Justavian Tillman, EdD
  • Taisia Vitkovski, DO
  • Kai Wang, MBA
  • Jeninne Wright, MBA
  • Dani Zander, MD
  • Jennifer Zepf, DO

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