Author: DoctorRichey

Diagnostic Concordance: Key to Improving Pathology Training

Take Pathology Training to the Next Level Are you a pathology resident or fellow who is looking to get the most out of your training? Are you a program director who wants a more effective way to evaluate your residents and fellows? Would you like a better idea of where your program can improve? 4 Great Reasons Why Pathology Training Programs Should Track Diagnostic Concordance Insanely easy to start tracking without any extra resources Easy scalable to an entire program for even more benefits Emphasizes diagnostic skills in evaluations Strengthens current evaluation systems by adding objective data Why Else? Undeniably, the...

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When Should You Start Looking for a Pathology Job?

When Should You Start Looking for a Pathology Job? A friend of mine who is finishing his pathology training asked me a question that really got me thinking: When do I start looking for a pathology job?  With the length of pathology training becoming widely variable in recent years, it makes sense why timing can be tricky for when you start to look for a job.  It can take a lot of effort to find a job so you might be hoping to put it off until later or you might be wondering if you’re already late in the game and...

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Condense ACGME Milestones’ Categories to Increase Effectiveness

News flash! Practicing pathology can get very busy!  Whether you are in academics or private practice, each presents its own time-swallowing challenges.  For the academic pathologists out there, along with all the other responsibilities you have, do you find a long list of evaluations to fill out for all the residents that came through?  During my residency at Indiana University I remember waiting for months before I would get an evaluation back from faculty.  There were several reasons for that but one that stood out was the evaluation form took so long to fill out.  A committee made up...

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