Course on Pathology 2.0 at ASCP Meeting

| September 8, 2010

At this year's ASCP meeting in San Francisco there will be a session on "Harnessing Web 2.0 in Pathology" presented by faculty from the University of British Columbia and University of Pennsylvania. 

Here is the clip from the online catalog and Dean Giustini's part of the talk that he has, in the spirit of Pathology 2.0 uploaded for viewing:

Get an overview of the power of Web 2.0 to link laboratory practitioners across the globe. Discussions will include a big-picture view of how the internet is changing communication among professionals, how digital pathology can facilitate consultations, and much more. Interactive lectures will offer you an opportunity to connect with select web sites and participate in a Q&A session. You will leave with the ability to:

Establish communication networks with colleagues around the world.
Understand how digital image capture/sharing will transform practice in the next decade.
Access web sites that offer specialized content in pathology and laboratory medicine.

Moderator:
William E. Schreiber, MD, FASCP, University of British Columbia

Faculty:
Dean Giustini, MLS, MEd, University of British Columbia
Michael Feldman, MD, FASCP, University of Pennsylvania

Credits: 2.0 CME

 

 

 


Category: Digital Pathology News, Pathology News

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