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Course Evaluations

Completing your CAP21 course evaluations is essential. Your feedback helps us assess the effectiveness of the event and enhance the future CAP Annual Meeting experience. We truly appreciate your opinions and thank you.

Evaluations are presented below by the day the course was offered. If you have any questions about how to find or complete an evaluation, please contact Mary Doherty at mdohert@cap.org.

Saturday, September 25

Morning Courses

M2040HL – Clinical History: “Rash”: An Approach to Skin Biopsies Without a Clinical History

M2190HL – We Can Do Better Than Hyperkeratosis: Approaches for the Differential Diagnosis of Keratotic Oral Lesions

H1943L – Flow Cytometry Based on the Revised WHO Classification: Key Diagnoses That You Never Want to Miss

S2013L – Sweating the Small Stuff: Mastering Lymphoma Workups on Core Needle Biopsies

S2034V – Back to the Future: Low Titer O Whole Blood (LTOWB) in Trauma

N2037HV – Understanding NGS and Interpreting Reports for Oncologic Pathology

S2038HL – Common Diagnostic Issues and Update in Head and Neck Lesions: Pitfalls and Clinical Insights

S2039HV – Blood Smears are Easy! A Morphology-Based Approach to Hematopoietic Neoplasms Presenting With an Abnormal WBC Differential

S2041V – Proving the Value of Pathology! Practical Guidelines for Autopsies: How to Leverage the Autopsy for Advancement of Molecular and Infectious Disease Research

S2149HL – Hereditary Breast Cancers: What do We Know Beyond BRCA?

S2153HV – Keeping Up With the Advances in Gastric Neoplasms

 

Afternoon Courses

A2175V – Current Payment Policy Challenges in Pathology Practice

M2040HV – Clinical History: “Rash”: An Approach to Skin Biopsies Without a Clinical History

M2190HV – We Can Do Better Than Hyperkeratosis: Approaches for the Differential Diagnosis of Keratotic Oral Lesions

S2011V – When is Enough Enough? Making Sense of the Small Changes in GI Biopsies

S2027L – Genomic Pathology101: An Interactive Workshop

N2037HL – Understanding NGS and Interpreting Reports for Oncologic Pathology

S2038HV – Common Diagnostic Issues and Update in Head and Neck Lesions: Pitfalls and Clinical Insights

S2039HL – Blood Smears are Easy! A Morphology-Based Approach to Hematopoietic Neoplasms Presenting With an Abnormal WBC Differential

S2149HV – Hereditary Breast Cancers: What do We Know Beyond BRCA?

S2153HL – Keeping Up With the Advances in Gastric Neoplasms

Sunday, September 26

Morning Courses

M1930V – Dysplasia in Barrett’s Esophagus: Can We Ever Agree?

M2005HV – Clinical Decision Support: The Pathologist’s Secret Weapon to Improve Patient Care and Avoid Adverse Events

M2179HV – Lung Cancer and Neoadjuvant Therapy: What Pathologists Need to Know

M2191HV – The Pathology of a Cyberattack: How Can Your Laboratory Be Prepared?

S1942HV – Ordering the Right Test at the Right Time: Strategies in Laboratory Test Management for the Practicing Pathologist

S2006L – Cost-Effective Stepwise Risk Stratification of ER Positive Breast Cancer Patients Using Collaborative Biomarker and Molecular Testing

S2015HL – Benign Mimics of Myelodysplastic Syndromes and Myeloproliferative Neoplasms: How to Avoid the Common Pitfalls

S2018V – Common Queries in Medical Liver Pathology: What the Practicing Pathologist Needs to Know

S2019V – Laboratory Detection and Initial Diagnosis of Monoclonal Gammopathies

S2058V – From POLE to p53: Navigating the Molecular Genetics of Endometrial Tumors

S2159L – Don’t Be THAT Lab

S2168HL – Biopsies of Liver Mass Lesions: Let’s Master the Challenges and Pitfalls (Even on Tiny Biopsy!)

V1987L – Correlating the Sonogram With Cytology in Pathologist-Performed Ultrasound-Guided FNA

V2174L – Mesenchymal Tumors are Everywhere! Soft Tissue Pathology for the General Surgical Pathologist

L2196L – Focus on Gynecologic Pathology: Advanced Answers for Daily Practice

M2002V – Pathology of Vaping-Associated Lung Disease

M2021HV – Better, Faster, Stronger: Technology Hacks to Improve Your Pathology Practice

M2179HL – Lung Cancer and Neoadjuvant Therapy: What Pathologists Need to Know

M2181V – COVID-19 and Hemostasis

M2191HL – The Pathology of a Cyberattack: How Can Your Laboratory Be Prepared?

N2192L – Book Club: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot

R1931L – Recent Advances in the Flow Cytometric Analysis of Hematopoietic Neoplasms

 

Afternoon Courses

P2100L – Battling the HPV-Related Head and Neck Cancer Epidemic: Why Pathologists are Critical to Patient Care

M2114HV – Gene Editing: A Primer for Practicing Pathologists

M2116HV – A Roadmap Towards the “Perfect” Pathology Report of Post-Neoadjuvant Therapy Resections

M2171HV – How is my Payment Determined for Pathology Services?

S1942HL – Ordering the Right Test at the Right Time: Strategies in Laboratory Test Management for the Practicing Pathologist

S2015HV – Benign Mimics of Myelodysplastic Syndromes and Myeloproliferative Neoplasms: How to Avoid the Common Pitfalls

S2017L – ASCP-CAP-ASH Laboratory Workup of Lymphoma in Adults: An Evidence-Based Approach to an Accurate Diagnosis

S2020V – What’s Bugging the Gut? A Gastrointestinal Pathology and Microbiology Team Approach in Diagnosing Infections of the Alimentary Tract

S2032L – Reducing Provider Burden: An Opportunity for Pathology and Laboratory Medicine to Improve Patient Outcomes and Provider Satisfaction

S2146V – The COVID-Transformed Autopsy Service: Guidelines From the Front Lines

S2156V – A Clinically Relevant, Pattern-Based Approach to Diagnosing Uterine Mesenchymal Tumors

S2157V – Practical IHC Approach for Small Tissue and Challenging Diagnostic Dilemmas

S2168HV – Biopsies of Liver Mass Lesions: Let’s Master the Challenges and Pitfalls (Even on Tiny Biopsy!)

V2154L – “Quick Hits” in Testicular Pathology Pitfalls

V2185L – Uncommon Special Types of Breast Carcinomas: A Case-Based Discussion with Emphasis in Differential Diagnosis and Pitfalls

H2051L – Practical Approaches to Challenging Urologic Pathology Scenarios

M1952V – Molecular Oncology Tumor Board: Head and Neck Cancer

M2005HL – Clinical Decision Support: The Pathologist’s Secret Weapon to Improve Patient Care and Avoid Adverse Events

M2021HL – Better, Faster, Stronger: Technology Hacks to Improve Your Pathology Practice

M2114HL – Gene Editing: A Primer for Practicing Pathologists

M2116HL – A Roadmap Towards the “Perfect” Pathology Report of Post-Neoadjuvant Therapy Resections

M2171HL – How is my Payment Determined for Pathology Services?

Monday, September 27

Morning Courses

M2023V – Reference Ranges for the Transgender Population

A2160L – Advocacy Town Hall / Timely Topic

S2008HL – Pathology Engagement in Global Health: A Workshop for Exploring Opportunities to Get Involved

S2012V – Hematopathology Alphabet Soup: ICUS, CCUS, CHIP, or MDS? Integrating Next-Generation Sequencing Into the Evaluation of Cytopenias – A Practical Primer

S2136HV – Uncultured: Infectious Diseases in Surgical Pathology

S2144HV – Negative Autopsies: When Routine Gross Dissection and Histology Come Up Empty

S2169V – What’s in a Name? Serous Neoplasms of the Ovary and Fallopian Tube: Classification Updates, Common Conundrums, and Outcomes

S2172V – Appendix Lesions: A Case-Based Discussion With Emphasis in Differential Diagnosis

S2173HV – Limited Biopsies of Soft Tissue Tumors: A Pattern-Based Approach to Diagnosis

V1982V – Colon Polyps, From the Mundane to the Exotic: A Comprehensive Microscopy Tutorial

V2086L – Hands-On Approach to Prostate and Bladder Biopsies

N2193L – Book Club: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot

R1935L – Point-of-Care and Rapid Tests for COVID-19: The Mayo Clinic Experience

R2153L – One Year of ASCP-CAP-ASH Laboratory Workup of Lymphoma in Adults: Key Learnings and Implementation

 

Afternoon Courses

A2176V – CPT Coding…You Can’t Practice Without It! Why Pathologists Need to Understand CPT Coding

M2022V – Leveraging CAP15189 Program to Deliver High-Value Pathology to Address COVID-19 Pandemic

M2028HV – Diagnostic Testing for Diffuse Gliomas: Claiming the Open Frontier

S1888V – How to Practically Approach Atypical Melanocytic Neoplasms (Gray-Zone Lesions) in Children and Adults

S1945V – To Measure or Not to Measure: The Clinical Laboratory’s Contribution in the Setting of Direct Oral Anticoagulant (DOAC) Therapy

S2004L – When the Fire is Gone: Strategies to Reignite Your Resiliency

S2007V – CAP/ASCO Breast Cancer ER/PgR and HER2 Testing Guidelines: Latest Updates and Addressing Challenges

S2008HV – Pathology Engagement in Global Health: A Workshop for Exploring Opportunities to Get Involved

S2136HL – Uncultured: Infectious Diseases in Surgical Pathology

S2144HL – Negative Autopsies: When Routine Gross Dissection and Histology Come Up Empty

S2148V – Common Yet Challenging Diagnoses in Breast Core Biopsies: How to Recognize and Avoid the Pitfalls

S2164V – The Diagnostic Reporting Systems in Cytopathology: Updates, Aftermaths, and Controversies

S2166V – OMG! MSI, MMR IHC, NGS, or TMB for Checkpoint Inhibitor Treatment Screening: An Overview of the CAP Guideline on Mismatch Repair and Microsatellite Instability Testing

S2173HL – Limited Biopsies of Soft Tissue Tumors: A Pattern-Based Approach to Diagnosis

V2170V – Serous Neoplasms of the Ovary and Fallopian Tube: Challenging Cases and Differential Diagnosis

V2180L – Practical Approaches to Liver Mass Lesions: A Case-Based Discussion With Emphasis in Differential Diagnosis and Pitfalls

M2028HL – Diagnostic Testing for Diffuse Gliomas: Claiming the Open Frontier

M2124L – Spindle Cell Lesions of the Breast: A Case-Based Discussion With Emphasis on Differential Diagnosis and Pitfalls

Tuesday, September 28

Morning Courses

M2033HL – Novel Hemophilia Therapies: Will These Medications Impact Coagulation Testing?

M2103HV – Benign Isn’t Boring: Daily Difficulties in Endometrial Biopsies That go Beyond Classifying Cancer

M2184L – The Struggle of Implicit Bias and Microaggressions in Pathology

M2189HV – COVID-19 Pathology: Findings From COVID-19 Autopsies and Implications for Chronic Disease

S1836V – Top 10 Diagnostic Challenges in Non-Thyroidal Head and Neck FNA Biopsy

S2009HL – Let’s Get Serous About Fluid Cytology: Old Pitfalls and New Terminology!

S2010V – Slide Seminar: Problem Cases in Surgical Pathology

S2026L – Train How You Will Practice: Strategies for Becoming a Great New-in-Practice Pathologist

S2155HL – The Money is in the LAST Detail: Diagnosis and Management of Human Papillomavirus Infection-Associated Lesions

S2162L – Real-World Practical Applications of Digital Pathology Every Pathologist Should Know: Case-Based Learning

S2165V – Selecting the Right Tool for the Job: Practical Considerations for the Application of Molecular Diagnostics Methods in Surgical Pathology

S2167V – Understanding Diversity in Pathology: Impact on Recruitment and Retention

S2177HV – Demonstrating Your Value and Protecting your Reimbursement in New Quality Payment Models Through Pathology Quality Measures

S2178V – EUS-Guided and “SpyBite” Biopsies of Pancreatic and Biliary Tract Lesions (FNA versus Biopsy)

M2183HL – Small but Mighty: From Diagnosis to Biomarker Testing of Thoracic Small Specimens

N2194V – Book Club: White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo

 

Afternoon Courses

P2101L – Reversing the Gender Leadership Gap: Taking Action to Create Meaningful Change

M2103HL – Benign Isn’t Boring: Daily Difficulties in Endometrial Biopsies That go Beyond Classifying Cancer

M2189HL – COVID-19 Pathology: Findings From COVID-19 Autopsies and Implications for Chronic Disease

S2177HL – Demonstrating Your Value and Protecting your Reimbursement in New Quality Payment Models Through Pathology Quality Measures

A2161V – The Impacts of COVID-19 on Pathology Practices: Results of the CAP 2021 Practice Leader Survey

M2029V – Know Thy Clinician as Thyself

M2033HV – Novel Hemophilia Therapies: Will These Medications Impact Coagulation Testing?

M2183HV – Small but Mighty: From Diagnosis to Biomarker Testing of Thoracic Small Specimens

M2199V – The Great Unknown: What’s Up with COVID-19 Testing?

S2009HV – Let’s Get Serous About Fluid Cytology: Old Pitfalls and New Terminology!

S2155HV – The Money is in the LAST Detail: Diagnosis and Management of Human Papillomavirus Infection-Associated Lesions