College of American Pathologist Medical Students Resource Page
Published quarterly, Critical Values provides information that is important to the entire laboratory team by keeping them abreast of technical, regulatory, and ethical issues in pathology and laboratory medicine. Feature articles place important technical issues for lab professional and pathologists in broader context. Authors are well respected leaders in economics, government regulations and policies, industry, […]
The Association of Pathology Chairs has compiled a list of resources related to pathology careers, organizations, and academic pathologists on social media for medical students! See the list of resources to find a world of helpful materials and videos in the physician specialty of pathology. APC also provides a dynamic list of opportunities for students […]
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 Unpublished results from 2017 show similar, if not better, job search experiences.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 Intersociety Council for Pathology Information (ICPI) is a non-profit organization, sponsored by five major pathology societies, that exists to create or publicize information about the field of pathology and laboratory medicine, to inspire interest across the spectrum of related career opportunities, and to support the training and professional development of students, residents and fellows by promoting educational programs, meetings, resources, and awards offered by ICPI’s member organizations and academic partners.
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