The main purpose of this Manual is to provide useful guidelines for the selection of pathology tests and to facilitate interpretation of results.
Contains a comprehensive listing of all genes from the Human Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) database alongside laboratories and tests available in the country.
A manual for the process of macroscopic dissection in Anatomical Pathology laboratories.
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Pathology gives life's most important answers.
Pathology is the official journal of the RCPA and is published by Elsevier. The journal is committed to publishing peer-reviewed, original articles related to the science of pathology.
Find out more on how you can contribute towards the development of pathology education and training in developing countries
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The RCPA Foundation aims to promote the study and understanding of disease and how it is diagnosed and managed by sponsoring key pathology projects in areas such as education and research.
Educational resources for pathologists, Trainees, scientists, medical and dental students, and junior doctors. Many resources are only accessible to members of the College who must log-in for access.
To equip RCPA members with knowledge and strategies to recognise, prevent and manage inappropriate and unsafe interpersonal behaviours in work and training environments.
The Basic Pathological Sciences section provides information and a range of eLearning resources to prepare candidates for the BPS exam.
A range of education resources including cases, lectures, exam advice, past exam papers and a list of recommened journals and websites for specific disciplines of Pathology.
The RCPA eCases Library enables you to search for virtual microscopy cases with case details and diagnoses within the disciplines of Anatomical Pathology, Forensic Pathology and Haematology.
RCPA requires Fellows and Affiliates of the College in active practice to participate in the RCPA Continuing Professional Development Program (CPDP) or an equivalent formally structured program.
The Laboratory Management section provides a range of modules that address common management issues relevant to all disciplines.
A direct link to the Macrocopic Cut-Up Manual.
This module defines mentoring and its benefits for RCPA trainees. It describes the College’s recommended approach to mentoring and provides some practical tips and links to further resources.
A series of ethics modules which aim to increase awareness of ethics, professionalism and confidentiality as they arise during day-to-day practice of pathology.
The RCPA is committed to increasing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Māori trainees and supporting them throughout their training, to Fellowship and beyond.
The Research and Scholarship section provides a range of online resources and tools relating to conducting research and a listing of research courses and workshops.
The Students and Junior Doctors section provides access to learning resources for the BPS exam, iNvestigate and Advanced Standing Pathway.
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The RCPA is the leading organisation representing Pathologists and Senior Scientists in Australasia.
Its mission is to train and support pathologists and senior scientists and to improve the use of pathology testing to achieve better healthcare.
The annual scientific meeting for the RCPA which covers the scientific disciplines of Anatomical, Chemical, Forensic, Genetic, General, Haematology, Immunopathology and Microbiology.
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