The webinar will be on Wednesday 24th February 2021 at 3pm and is hosted by the Cytopathology Department, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Please join us for a session where we’ll demonstrate how vital multi-disciplinary working is, with a particular focus on the role of cytology.
We have a diverse selection of presenters representing radiology, surgery, respiratory medicine and cytology, presenting an exciting combination of MDT case discussions, as well as interesting cases, rapid on site evaluation and KRAS mutations in non-small cell lung carcinoma.
The Royal Cornwall Hospital take pride in their collaborative approach to patient care, and are regularly motivated by the benefits this approach has to patients.
11th September 2020 - Diagnostic Cytopathology cases
A range of cases presented by trainee and consultant cytopathologists including Dr Yurina Miki, Dr Mary Varia, Dr Martina Munonyara and Dr Josephine Wright. The webinar session was hosted by Dr Ashish Chandra, BAC Executive member from the Department of Cellular Pathology, Guys & St Thomas' NHSfT on 11th September 2020
2nd October 2020 - Rapid On-Site Evaluation (ROSE)
Presented at the 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the BAC, Dr Anthony Maddox (BAC Chair) updates on Rapid On-Site Evaluation (ROSE)
2nd October 2020 - HPV Primary Screening cases
Presented at the 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the BAC, Helen Burrell (BAC Executive) provides six challenging HPV Primary Screening cases for discussion
27th October 2020 - Interesting, Difficult & Unusual cases
British Association for Cytopathology webinar held on 27th October 2020 with cervical cytology cases presented by Mrs Alison Cropper, Dr Paul Cross and Dr Kay Ellis. Also features discussion on MDTs.
26th November 2020 - Diagnostic Cytopathology cases West Herts
Five cases, variously involving diagnostic cytopathology, integrated cellular pathology and rapid onsite evaluation to be presented by both cellular pathologists (including trainees) and biomedical science staff.
The cases will hopefully illustrate morphological interpretation and diagnostic challenges as well as correlation of cytopathology, histopathology and radiology for educational and diagnostic purposes and how decisions in real time can improve patient outcomes