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.
Donate online now using the button below. RCPA Foundation thanks you for your generous support. All funds raised will be allocated to the RCPA Foundation Developing Communities Fellowship.
Events and Sponsorship Manager
Ph: +61 2 8356 5806
Fax: +61 2 8356 5828
Ph: +61 2 8356 5852
Fax: +61 2 8356 5828
This section provides general information about the operation of the College which is hoped will be of assistance.
Who is the CEO and DCEO?
This area contains acronyms frequently used by the College.
Information about emails, phones, teleconferences and videoconferences.
RCPA requires Fellows and Affiliates of the College in active practice to participate in the RCPA CPDP or an equivalent formally structured program.
The College produces a fortnightly e-newsletter titled Pathology Today. It is one of the main tools utilised by the College to communicate with its members.
It is hoped that all Fellows will attend the Pathology Update conference each year.
Information about the Policy Manual and the Constitution.
On 10 April 1956, the College of Pathologists of Australia was incorporated under the Companies Act of 1936.
The College travel agents are Spencer Travel.
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.
Copyright © 2019 RCPA. All rights reserved.