Tuesday, October 15
2.5 CME/SAM CREDITS
Implementing digital imaging in daily pathology practice presents real-life issues. Gain a basic understanding of what comprises a digital image, what makes one digital image better than another by focusing on standard digital image capture in different settings, and how to select the right camera for the right application. This course addresses image file management and presents a variety of solutions for storing, retrieving, and archiving digital images. Finally, with the increasing interest in whole slide imaging, faculty will discuss a number of the technical and practical issues associated with the use of telemicroscopy and whole slide imaging in clinical practice. Faculty will field questions from the group and generate a discussion of the different approaches, obstacles, and solutions that participants have encountered at their institutions. Following this session, participants may complete a related online self-assessment module, available at cap.org through December 31, 2013.
You will learn to:
John H. Sinard, MD, PhD, FCAP
This course will be streamed live during CAP ’13. Learn more about how to participate. Please note that CME will not be offered for viewing a session via live streaming.