Purpose The Society of ’67 Pathology Department Administrator Section (PDAS) Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for emerging pathology administrators (Associate PDAS Members) to attend the PDAS Program at the Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) 2023 Annual Meeting with funding that covers the PDAS meeting registration. The application period opens in January and closes in early March annually.
Purpose: The Society of ’67 Pathology Trainee Project Grants in Health Services Research and Education fund innovative research and education projects that address issues of healthcare quality, costs, and/or access related to pathology services.
The Society of ’67 Open Access Award program seeks to: PROMOTE the publication of high-quality original scholarship in a peer-reviewed journal by authors at an early stage of academic development; FOSTER projects of enterprise and national importance with potential for grant-funding eligibility; ENABLE editors and reviewers to mentor young authors in the highest standards of research […]
The Society of ’67 Thomas D. Kinney Scholars Program provides an opportunity for medical students and/or pathology residents to familiarize themselves with career opportunities in pathology and the critical role of pathology in healthcare delivery, research, and education.
Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP-ACP) Virtual Education Series (VES) Registration One-time fee to participate in ALL CAP-ACP webinars and recordings from January-December 2023. Over 40 hours of MOC Section 1 Accredited Activities
College of American Pathologists Pathology Resources for Medical Students, Residents and Fellows.
College of American Pathologist Career Opportunities
College of American Pathologist Medical Students Resource Page
National Association of Medical Examiners Student & Residents Curated Resources.
National Association of Medical Examiners Pathology Training Programs
Engaging Medical Students For A Career In Pathology.
The College of American Pathologists (CAP) Graduate Medical Education Committee has during the past 5 years sent an annual job search survey each June to CAP junior members and fellows in practice 3 years or less who have actively searched for a non-fellowship position. Pathology residents and fellows seeking their first position have faced a relatively stable job market during the last 5 years, with most accepting positions with which they were satisfied.
The current condition of the job market for new graduates emerging from the cocoon of residency or fellowship training programs remains good, according to the detailed, informative, and reassuring report by Gratzinger et al, summarizing the job market surveys from the past 5 years of the College of American Pathologists (Northfield, Illinois), in this issue of the Archives.
More recent analyses of the pathologist job market conclude that in general, pathology trainees can find satisfying jobs in reasonable amounts of time. In a recent survey of first-time job seekers during 2012 through 2016, most respondents reported they found a job within 1 year of searching. Nearly one-third of those respondents received multiple job offers, and there was a high level of satisfaction with the job that they chose. Unpublished results from 2017 show similar, if not better, job search experiences.
The Archives is the monthly, peer-reviewed medical journal of the College of American Pathologists. It offers global reach and the highest measured readership among pathology journals. Online access to the full-text and PDF files of Archives articles is free.