New Pathology Test Guidelines
Fellowship of the Faculty of Science (Research) by published works
Cancer Voices Australia Anor v Myriad Genetics
RCPA Seeking Nominees for Media Excellence
Pathologists launch second Stage of Successful Social Media Campaign
Pathologists Launch First Social Media Campaign to Highlight A Serious Message
Breast Cancer - Do you know who diagnoses you?
Jane Dahlstrom - Breast cancer - the person behind the microscope
RCPA’s new factsheets to breakdown the mystery of pathology
Launch of the iPad RCPA Manual
Order of Australia Honours
RCPA makes Pathology more accessible with new iPad app
New oral anticoagulants breed new life to the treatment and prevention of thrombosis
Study sheds new light on role of UVA causing skin cancer
Alzheimer's may soon be a distant memory
Pathology Media awards 2012 winners announced
Scientists enhance safety and accuracy in new, non-invasive prenatal Down Syndrome test
Pathology Day Pack orders are now closed.
Pathology Day Ideas and Information
The Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) is responsible for the training and professional development of pathologists and for the promotion of the science and practice of Pathology.
To become a pathologist the College accepts applications from registered medical practitioners with a minimum of one year's post graduate experience. Pathology training takes a minimum of five years. Training can be undertaken in one of nine disciplines.
These links are to Pathology related sites:
The College produces a number of publications, some annually, some more frequently. Please click on the following links:
The College offers a number of Awards and Scholarships: