CAP Breast Predictive Factors Testing Advanced Training (CANADA)
The purpose of the CAP’s Breast Predictive Factors Testing (BPFT) advanced training curriculum is to facilitate the appropriate treatment of breast cancer patients by helping to ensure the accurate evaluation and interpretation of breast cancer predictive factors. The target audience for the curriculum is pathologists with an intermediate level of experience and skill in HER2 and ER/PgR testing.
The BPFT advanced training curriculum includes a two-day faculty-led workshop and six online courses, for a total of 28.5 hours of instruction. The curriculum has been approved for a total of 63.5 CPD credits—11 group learning credits and 52.5 self assessment program credits.
See the Reference Guide (PDF, 163 KB) for more information, including tuition and course descriptions.
Refer to the Participant Options (PDF, 103 KB) for information about the BPFT advanced training in Canada compared to the BPFT AP3 in the US.
- REGISTER NOW! Seats are limited.
October 15 – 16, 2011
University Health Network
Learn what you need to become a best practice leader in the accurate evaluation and interpretation of breast predictive factors.
Note: You will need a CAP Website account to participate in the BPFT online courses. If you don’t have one, go to www.cap.org and click on “create account”. Complete the information and you will receive a confirmation within 24 hours that your account is active. Or complete the registration form (PDF, 126 KB) under resources and submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 847-832-8006.
WHAT’S AVAILABLE NOW?
AP3s AVAILABLE NOW
- Breast Predictive Factors Testing Advanced Practical Pathology Program (BPFT AP3)
- Laboratory Medical Director (LMD AP3)
- Multidisciplinary Breast Pathology Advanced Practical Pathology Program (MBP AP3)
- Ultrasound-Guided Fine-Needle Aspiration (USFNA)
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Want to Register or Need More Information?
Email – email@example.com or
call 800-323-4040, option 1