Adequacy of Pathology Resident Training for Employment: A Survey Report from the Future of Pathology Task Group.

Adequacy of Pathology Resident Training for Employment: A Survey Report from the Future of Pathology Task Group.

* Context.–The recent change in accreditation requirements for anatomic pathology and clinical pathology residency training from 5 to 4 years and the rapid advances in technologies for pathology services have sparked a renewed debate over the adequacy of pathology residency training. In particular, perceived deficiencies in training have been declared from a variety of sources, both in the form of recent editorial opinions and from surveys of community hospital pathologist employers in 1998, 2003, and 2005 by Dr Richard Horowitz. Objective.–To obtain more comprehensive data on the perceptions of strengths and weaknesses in pathology residency training.

Adequacy of Pathology Resident Training for Employment: A Survey Report from the Future of Pathology Task Group.

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