Tutorials in 2018 and 2019
The 2016 appointed Committee of Further Education has planned the following Gynecologic and Non-Gynecologic Cytology Tutorials. The highly qualified and experienced faculty are happy to welcome everyone to attend. Further details will be published as they become available.
3-5 December 2018
The Royal College of Pathologists
7 - 9 February 2019
Centro Congressi EUROPA Sala ITALIA
|IAC Exams 10. February 2019|
2019 is the International Congress year
Sunday, 5th May - Thursday 9th May 2019.
|IAC Exams 10. May 2019|
The two IAC examinations will be held on the day after the Tutorial.
- The CT(IAC) comprehensive cytotechnology registry examination. At least three years experience is necessary. (Link for further information)
- The IAC International Board of Cytopathology Examination. This is for medical members of at least two years membership directly preceding the examination date (Link for further information).
EXAMPLE OF PROGRAM
|DAY ONE (8:30AM - 5:30PM)
Registration and Breakfast
Opening Remarks, Introduction of Speakers and Tutorial Outline
Lecture – THYROID
Lecture – LYMPH NODES
Unknown Case Discussion – LYMPH NODES
Lecture – SEROUS EFFUSION
Lecture – NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS
Special Presentation – AN INTRODUCTION TO IAC: WHY SHOULD YOU BECOME A MEMBER?
Lecture – SALIVARY GLANDS
Unknown Case Discussion – SALIVARY GLANDS
Special Presentation: CYTOPATHOLOGY IN MALAYSIA
Lecture – The Paris System for Reporting Urinary Cytopathology
Unknown Case Discussion – URINARY CYTOLOGY
Unwind with the Speakers" – An informal chat
An informal chat with the faculty: (l-r) Dina Mody, Andrew Field, Fernando Schmitt, Syed Ali, Philippe Vielh
Lecture – PANCREAS
Unknown Case Discussion – PANCREAS
Lecture – LIVER
Lecture – BETHESDA 2014 FOR GYN CYTOLOGY: AN UPDATE
Lecture – PATTERNS AND PITFALLS IN GYN CYTOLOGY
Lecture - ROLE OF HPV AND ANCILLARY TESTING IN GYNECOLOGIC CYTOLOGY: FROM PRIMARY SCREEN TO MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
Video Microscopy – GYN CYTOLOGY
Unknown Case Discussion – GYN Cyto
Brain Teasers – Unknown Challenging Cases (ALL FACULTY)