CAP-ACP 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting

CAP-ACP 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting

Diving Deep

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The CAP-ACP Scientific Planning Committee has an exciting line up of educational sessions relevant to pathology practice across Canada.  The diverse and high quality events will showcase new advances and current trends with content for all learners to apply into their daily practice. The Local Organizing Committee have prepared a fantastic social event program, in the picturesque city, where members will have ample time to relax and network with colleagues across the country.

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CANCELLATION POLICY

  • Notifications of cancellations must be made in writing and sent by email to the Conference Secretariat (info@cap-acp.org) on or before  in order for registration fees to be refunded. If you have been invoiced but not paid the fees, you are still liable to pay the cancellation charges below.
  • Refund Policy:
    • Cancellations received before and including : Registration fee will be refunded less $50 administration fee.
    • Cancellations received after : No refunds on registration fees will be made. However, substitutions can be made such that a colleague can take your place.

The CAP-ACP is thrilled to be hosting the in-person 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting in wonderful city of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Join us for "Diving Deep", where we'll dive into several subspecialty of pathology during our in-depth sessions. The CAP-ACP Annual Scientific Meeting is designed to meet practice challenges head-on with insights and tools from leaders in pathology, while networking and collaborating with colleagues and industry partners.*

This year marks a continuation in restructuring the delivery of our education to both in-person and virtual attendees. We look forward to hearing from you, our valued members, on how we can continue to improve our portfolio while remaining fiscally responsible and education focused.

* Expect to see intriguing abstracts, a robust exhibit hall, exciting social events and more as we celebrate this long-awaited reunion.

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Call for Abstracts

CAP-ACP is eager to see all of the new innovations from our community when we finally reunite in person at the beautiful Marriott Harbourfront Hotel in July, 2024.

Please note: Should you be accepted, registration for the CAP-ACP Annual Scientific Meeting is still required to participate.

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Program

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 (Day  1) (Day  2) (Day  3)

(Day 1)

1730-1930

President's Reception and Posters w/ Industry Partners

(Day 2)

0845-0900

Opening Remarks - all

0900-0930

Genitourinary Pathology Program

Everything you always wanted to know about cribriform pattern prostate cancer

Dr. Theodorus van der Kwast

0900-1000

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Esophagus – Pre-malignant lesions including dysplasia/epidermoid metaplasia

Dr. Elizabeth Montgomery

Essential Skills Symposia - PA & Resident Program

3D printing and organ models
0930-1000

Genitourinary Pathology Program

Biomarkers in GU pathology

Dr. Gang Wang

1000-1030

Refreshment Break w/ Industry Partners

1030-1100

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Esophagus – Inflammatory changes. Is diagnosing reflux esophagitis actually useful?

Dr. Ipshita Kak

1030-1130

Genitourinary Pathology Program

WHO 2002 (Edition 3) To WHO 2022 (Edition 5): A Walk Down Memory Lane And A Review Of Trailblazing Paradigms Over Two Decades

Dr. Mahul Amin

Essential Skills Symposia - PA & Resident Program

3D printing and organ models
1100-1130

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Upper GI Cancer biomarkers

Dr. Tom ArnasonDr. Stephanie Snow

1130-1200

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Stomach: Gastritis and when do you need Hp stains? Atrophic gastritis

Dr. Jay Conner

Genitourinary Pathology Program

Testicular cancers

Dr. Asli Yilmaz

Essential Skills Symposia - PA & Resident Program

Case Study
1200-1400

Lunch w/ Industry Partners

1400-1430

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Stomach: Classifications of adenocarcinoma including molecular subtyping

Dr. David Schaeffer

Genitourinary Pathology Program

The potential comprehensive role of Artificial Intelligence in the management of Prostate Cancer: Diagnosis, Grading and Triaging Molecular Diagnostics.

Dr. Mahul Amin

1430-1500

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Small bowel: Celiac/celiac like disorders

Dr. Heidi Sapp

Genitourinary Program

The Importance of Being Grade 3: The Merits of Hybrid Bladder Cancer Grading

Dr. Michelle Downes

Essential Skills Symposia - PA & Resident Program

Breast pathology
1500-1530

Refreshment Break w/ Industry Partners

1530-1600

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Interesting cases

Dr. Elizabeth Montgomery

Genitourinary Pathology Program

An Approach to the Diagnosis of Renal Cell Neoplasms

Dr. Jennifer Merrimen

1530-1630

Essential Skills Symposia - PA & Resident Program

Evolving Role of PAs in Autopsy

Cassie Buick

1600-1630

Genitourinary Pathology Program

A Brief Update on Paris 2.0 system for reporting Urine Cytology

Dr. Cheng Wang

1630-1730

Genitourinary Pathology Program

Interesting case session

Essential Skills Symposia - PA & Resident Program

Breast coronal sectioning
1800-1900

Reception

1900-2200

Banquet

(Day 3)

0845-0900

Opening Remarks - all

0900-1000

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Head & Neck Pathology Program

1000-1030

Refreshment Break

1030-1100

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Challenging issues in Neuroendocrine lesions in the GI tract
1030-1115

Head & Neck Pathology Program

Bio markers
1100-1130

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Colon – Mimics of IBD ("It's not ALWAYS IBD")

Dr. Bob Riddell

1115-1200

Head & Neck Pathology Program

Oral dysplasia and the role of p53 testing
1130-1200

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Colonic polyps – ordinary, not so ordinary and outright malignant

Dr. Sara Hafezi-Bakhtiari

1200-1330

Lunch

1330-1400

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Appendix

Dr. Stephanie Reid

1330-1415

Head & Neck Pathology Program

Cytopath or staging
1400-1430

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Colon – Issues to Address in "Routine" Colon cancer specimens (Mucin pools in LN, deposits vs other, other weird things)
1415-1430

Refreshment Break

1430-1500

Gastrointestinal Pathology Program

Interesting Cases

Dr. Jason Hornick

1430-1515

Head & Neck Pathology Program

1515-1545

Head & Neck Pathology Program

Round Table Discussion