Clinical Pathology Improvement Program (CPIP)

As the complexity of practicing medicine grows, it is more important than ever to keep skills up to date. The Clinical Pathology Improvement Program (CPIP) supports both clinical and anatomic pathologists with a diverse portfolio of hands-on, interactive, case-based learning to address both common and esoteric issues faced in the lab.

CPIPs are practical and easily applied to your work. The case-based approach builds as you move through the materials, unveiling additional information. Just like in the real world. Each case is developed and peer-reviewed by industry experts. It is designed for pathologists, by pathologists.

Consider CPIPs if you are a:

  • Pathologist with clinical and/or laboratory management responsibilities.

  • Pathologist seeking CME/SAM or MOC credits in clinical pathology.

  • Subspecialty clinical pathologist who needs to keep current.

  • Pathology resident preparing for boards in clinical pathology.

 

Whether choosing to purchase individual cases, released monthly, or selecting an annual subscription, each CPIP case will help you to gain the knowledge you need to stay at the forefront of diagnosing illnesses.

Benefits

Interactive

Cases unfold revealing
additional information

Current

Addresses rapidly changing
issues in the field of pathology

Convenient

Online availability provides flexibility to complete on your schedule

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Myeloid Neoplasms Presenting with Neutrophilia

Absolute neutrophilia can result from a variety of reactive and neoplastic causes. It reflects an underlying condition rather than a disease itself and may be present as a result of infection, inflammatory conditions, medication (eg, steroids), non-hematologic neoplasms, or primary myeloid neoplasms such as myeloproliferative and myelodysplastic/myeloproliferative neoplasms. This activity will focus on different causes of neoplastic neutrophilia as well as the diagnostic criteria and morphologic features and will emphasize the role of molecular diagnostics. .

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Testimonial


CPIPs allow pathologists to gain knowledge relevant to current practice and to ignite an interest in new areas of pathology.

Jonathan Heusel, MD, PhD, FCAP
Washington University School of Medicine



Activity Information

Growth Hormone Axis Testing: Clinical Applications and Challengest
Interpret results of GH assays.

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HiJAKed: An Approach to Polycythemia in the Era of JAK2t
Navigate complex lab testing in diagnosing polycythemia vera.

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Urine Drug Testing for Chronic Noncancer Pain Management
Interpret urine drug tests for compliance and treatment.

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Pruning the Activity Menu: When and How to Retire Clinical Tests
Work with clinicians to reduce/eliminate orders for obsolete tests.

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Dealing With Hematologic Pleural Effusions: What Not to Miss
Evaluate hematolymphoid proliferations in pleural effusions.

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Massive Transfusion Protocols
Apply strategies for creating a massive transfusion protocol.

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Timely Diagnosis of Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis
Guide clinical colleagues to ensure correct diagnoses.

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Using Troponin Assays for Detection of Myocardial Injury and Infarction
Learn to implement and interpret troponin assays.

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Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia With the PML-RARA Gene Fusion
Understand classic PML-RARA gene fusion; its diagnosis and management.

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Test your knowledge with one of our most popular CPIP courses - a challenging immunology case involving tuberculosis. Complimentary for a limited time.
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