The world of pathology is rapidly changing. CAP18 provides you with the knowledge that keeps you one step ahead of the transitions, helping you move from the potential of emerging science to its practical fulfillment. You’ll gain fresh perspectives and keen insight that will take your practice—and your career—to higher levels of performance.
Five Days of Courses
Start your CAP18 experience off with even more CME/SAM opportunities. Courses start on Saturday, October 20 and continue through Wednesday, October 24—a total of five days of the best courses you seek. Access the knowledge, tools and support needed to advance your practice and improve patient care. Register today as some courses will close out early.
Get ahead of change by understanding evolving trends in pathology, evaluate innovative technology, and discover inventive ways to improve practice from early adopters.
Be inspired by reviewing the latest research and speak directly to the authors for a deeper appreciation of promising developments.
What Previous Attendees Have Said
“I was looking for the practical advice that I could take home right away and use to improve patient care. I did not want a reiteration of a text book. The take-aways I received from the CAP meeting have really added value to my practice. I look forward to attending future meetings!”
"This meeting is not only about practical education, but also about the value of networking with successful pathologists who have had the same challenges. It’s incredibly valuable; and if I need help, I can reach out to them."
CAP18 CME/CE Accreditation Statement
The College of American Pathologists (CAP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CME Category 1
The CAP designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 34.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
CE (Continuing Education for nonphysicians)
The CAP designates this educational activity for a maximum of 9 credits of continuing education. Participants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Board of Certification (BOC) Certification Maintenance Program (CMP) accepts this activity to meet the continuing education requirements.
Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs)
The CAP is pleased to demonstrate its continuing commitment to your professional development through SAMs offered with many CAP18 education courses.
This year, you may earn up to 30 SAM credits. SAM courses are tagged with the icon.
CAP SAMs are a key component of your educational experience as they provide you with the opportunity to demonstrate competency at the cutting edge of pathology science and skill. Expert faculty develop each SAM alongside experienced assessment developers.
CAP SAMs deliver:
- Top-tier, subspecialty medical educators who develop and lead courses
- Highly interactive formats
- Outcomes-based learning
Progressive pathologists need progressive education and information. For your convenience, the CAP provides all CAP18 SAMs online at cap.org. We will provide instructions for accessing CAP18 SAMs at the meeting.
Thank you to the Curriculum Committee
We especially thank members of the Curriculum Committee for their collaboration, commitment, and expertise in planning CAP18 education sessions.
Sarah M. Bean, MD, FCAP, Chair
Bruce A. Beckwith, MD, FCAP
Kyle T. Bradley, MD, MS, FCAP
Gregory G. Davis, MD, FCAP
Larissa V. Furtado, MD, FCAP
Donna E. Hansel, MD, PhD, FCAP
David C. Hoak, MD, FCAP
John M. Kennedy, MD, BA
Christina S. Kong, MD, FCAP
Jennifer Laudadio, MD, FCAP
Gordon L. Love, MD, FCAP
Robert M. Najarian, MD, FCAP, Vice Chair
David L. Slater, MD, FCAP
John C. Spinosa, MD, PhD, FCAP
Laura J. Tafe, MD, FCAP
Lynne Uhl, MD, FCAP
Carla S. Wilson, MD, PhD, FCAP
Jennifer Woo, MD