Contemporary Issues in Cytopathology Lectures presented annually in April by recognized professionals in cytopathology. Topics include: Becoming knowledgeable about circulating tumor cells; recognizing the role, qualifications, and expectations of a new cytology supervisor; identifying opportunities to screen for cervical cancer in developing countries; becoming familiar with digital imaging and its future application in cytopathology; recalling cytologic information presented in a game format; identifying morphology of cells from unknown cytology cases and considering differential diagnoses; and understanding generational differences between personnel in the workplace.
On-Site Comprehensive Review in Clinical Cytogenetics This on-site, two-day program is designed for individuals who are eligible to sit for the Cytogenetics Exam CG(ASCP) that is administered by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP). The review covers topics specified in the current ASCP BOC content outline and . includes approximately 16 hours of lectures, an extensive study guide, and three mock exams similar to the ASCP BOC certification exam that may help participants identify content areas that may require extra study prior to taking the actual exam. In addition, participants will also be given access to the on-line Cytogenetics review for one year.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Registry Review Seminar This two-day seminar is conducted at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The course is designed as a review for MRI technologists preparing to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist's Credentialing Examination in Magnetic Resonance. For further information, please call Sonja Boiteaux at 713-794-4203
Review Course in Medical Dosimetry Three-day workshop conducted at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The course is designed as a review for dosimetrists preparing to take the Medical Dosimetry Certification Board Examination. 2015 dates: May 11 thru 13. Program details will be posted prior to the courses. For further information, please call the Medical Dosimetry Program at the School of Health Professions: 713-563-3490