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  1. IAP (SA DIVISION) WEBSITE

    Members are encouraged to forward interesting news, teaching cases and educational material for the Website to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

    Everybody is welcome to forward interesting or important references for publication on Journal Watch. This is an opportunity to list publications that every practising anatomical pathologist and registrar should read. Please forward the proceedings of your personal reading, literature searches, journal clubs, etc. The recent journal updates from Prof Kum Cooper are available on the website

    There is still a lack of contributions for publication on Research Collaboration. This is an opportunity to link and network with researchers who may share your research interests. You are also welcome to publish your research output on this page.

  2. XXIX IAP CONGRESS 2012

    Following a decision at the 2007 IAP (SA) AGM, the Executive Committee initiated a process to establish the congress organising committee by the beginning of February 2008. Briefly, the President, Vice-president, secretary and treasurer will be nominated and elected in the event of more than one nomination. It is important to remember that the secretary and treasurer will undoubtedly require support and will co-opt additional members to assist them. Nominations for the Marketing- and Scientific Committee respectively, will be accepted and the nominated members will then elect the respective chairperson for each committee. Members recently received detail regarding the process to nominate members, and a reminder will be sent by middle January 2008. It is important that members actively participate in this process. We previously agreed that the 2012 Congress is a major event and challenge and that participation and support from all members will be essential to ensure a successful outcome.

    Prof Martin Hale will present a progress report regarding the organising committee and other matters to the IAP Council at the 97th Annual Meeting of USCAP in March 2008.

  3. NOTIFICATION OF UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS
     
  4. USCAP

    Please note the growing number of USCAP Short Courses and other valuable teaching material at the USCAP Website www.uscap.org You will find several recent updates to the Knowledge Hub for Pathology. This innovative source of information is sponsored and maintained by USCAP. The content is up-to-date and will be valuable to practising pathologists and registrars.

  5. GI PATHOLOGY COURSE HANDBOOK FOR THE INAUGURAL EAST AFRICAN BRITISH SCHOOL OF PATHOLOGY 2010

    You can download the GI Pathology Course Handbook for the Inaugural East African British School of Pathology 2010. This three day symposium on gastrointestinal pathology was held at the Nairobi Hospital 5-8 August 2010 and covered most subjects of relevance to the practising diagnostic pathologist. The hanbook contains comprehensive reference listings and cross-references to important documents, especially UK’s Royal College of Pathologists’ datasets for the reporting of oesophageal, gastric and colorectal cancer specimens.

    The lecturers and the authors of these abstracts are:
    • Professor Neil A Shepherd, Gloucestershire, UK
    • Professor Sebastian B Lucas, London, UK
    • Dr Ray F T McMahon, Manchester, UK
    • Professor Geraint T Williams, Cardiff, UK