A NEW ASC educational opportunity has arrived. Participate in Hot Topic Webinars and earn
CME/CMLE/SAM credits!

The American Society of Cytopathology recognizes your need to keep up-to-date and be informed about new and emerging medical knowledge.  This includes new practice guidelines, timely practical topics of interest, as well as new clinically relevant techniques in clinical practice and research. These will be addressed by utilizing periodically scheduled “Hot Topic” webinars.

A Hot Topic webinar will be presented by a knowledgeable and experienced speaker, ranging from 30 minutes to one hour.  The value of CME/CMLE/SAM credits depends on the duration.  (Ex. 30 minutes is .5 credit and one hour is 1 credit).  Credits are available for three years from the live presentation date. 

The live presentation will be recorded, archived, and made available to purchase and view later, individually, as a group, on-the-go or as an addition to your institutions library.

                                             


Free Live Webinar


May 16, 2013, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Eastern
 


2012 Updated ASCCP Consensus Management Guidelines for Women with Abnormal Cervical Cancer Screening Tests

 

Eric C. Huang, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

University of California,
Davis Medical Center

Sacramento, California

1 CME/CMLE/SAM Credit


  

 

Educational Objectives:  

  • Understand the updated management guidelines for different screening tests
  • Know the differences in recommendations for general vs. special populations
  • Apply the new algorithms to their daily practice 
     

A standard approach to managing women with abnormal cervical cytology and cervical cancer precursors was initially developed by ASCCP in 2001 and updated in 2006. Since then, our understanding of cervical disease has advanced and screening has changed. Clinicians would benefit from guidance on how to incorporate co-testing into managing their patients.

In addition, new data from Kaiser Permanente Northern California provided new evidence to fill the gaps in the 2006 guidelines. The 2012 consensus guideline aimed to update patient management based on this new information.


 



Registration for the LIVE Webinar must be received by May 16, 2013 2:30 pm EDT.

 


Archives

 recorded archives are $50 for ASC Members ($75 for Non-members).


Benefits of the Archive:

  • The live webinar is captured and recorded as synchronized audio and   video, as if you are watching a movie.
  • The archive link includes files to stream, download, or burn to a CD
  • It is the same amount of credit and includes a handout and    presentation slides.

 

Purchase the May 2013 Archived Webinar

2012 Updated ASCCP Consensus Management Guidelines for Women with Abnormal Cervical Cancer Screening Tests

Presented by: Eric C. Huang, MD, PhD
May 16, 2013


Purchase the February 2013 Archived Webinar

Understanding How HPV Biology Impacts Practical Diagnostic Pathology: At LAST”

Presented by: Mark H. Stoler, MD
on February 5, 2013

 



Continuing Medical Education (CME)

The American Society of Cytopathology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American Society of Cytopathology designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

American Board of Pathology Maintenance of Certification (MOC)

This product can help fulfill the CME requirements and Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) mandated by the American Board of Pathology Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process.

Continuing Medical Laboratory Education (CMLE)

The ASC designates these activities for the indicated number of Continuing Medical Laboratory Education (CMLE) credit hours and also fulfills requirements of the ABMS to participate in the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program.

This program is approved for continuing education credits in the State of Florida and in the State of California.