The American Society of Dermatopathology

Self-Assessment Discussion

Sunday, October 24
2:30 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Central Time

Course Directors
Julia S. Lehman, MD
Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Michael T. Tetzlaff, MD, PhD
University of California, San Francisco

2.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

All meeting attendees are invited to attend the Self-Assessment Discussion. The 50 cases viewed during the slide viewing sessions will be discussed, including diagnostic features of each case and differential diagnoses. Attendees who register for optional Self-Assessment Course and successfully complete the pre- and post-course online self-assessments are eligible for up to 10.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM and CC/MOC credit.

Faculty
 
Rami N. Al-Rohil, MBBS
Duke University
Christina Mitteldorf, MD
University of Göttingen
   
Thomas Brenn, MD, PhD
University of Calgary
Roberto Novoa, MD
Stanford University
   
Emily Y. Chu, MD, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
Gauri Panse, MD
Yale School of Medicine
   
Benjamin J. Friedman, MD
Henry Ford Health System
Ifeoma U. Perkins, MD
University of Colorado
   
Lawrence E. Gibson, MD
Mayo Clinic, Rochester
Leslie Robinson-Bostom, MD
Brown University
   
Laura A. Greene, MD
University of Vermont Medical Center
Shira Ronen, MD
Cleveland Clinic
   
Emma F. Johnson, MD
Mayo Clinic, Rochester
Engin Sezer, MD
Maslak Hospital
   
Kristopher M. McKay, MD
SkinPath Solutions
Catherine Stefanato, MD, FRCPath
St. John's Institute of Dermatology 

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
  • Recognize key light microscopic features of common, rare, and unusual entities.‎
  • Differentiate between diseases with similar or overlapping histopathologic findings.‎
  • Apply new diagnostic skills to a variety of skin conditions that will improve patient care.‎
  • Incorporate new information gained from the presented cases into dermatopathology ‎practice.‎
  • Positively affect patient care with enhanced diagnostic skills in the more common cases likely ‎to be seen in daily practice.‎
  • Recognize areas where new information gained from the presented cases has identified ‎potential practice gaps and changed performance related to the presented cases.‎