Elements of Good Training in Anatomic Pathology

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2010-09-01
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Munson, L.
Craig, L. E.
Miller, M. A.
Kock, N. D.
Simpson, R. M.
Wellman, M. L.
Sharkey, L. C.
Birkebak, T. A.
Blanchard, T. W.
Andreasen, Claire
Carmichael, K. P.
Cline, J. M.
Cockerell, G. L.
Dunn, D. G.
Harris, R. K.
La Perle, K. M. D.
Malarkey, D. E.
Rudmann, D. G.
Terrell, S. P.
Tornquist, S. J.
Weiser, M. G.
Ackermann, Mark
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The American College of Veterinary Pathologists’ (ACVP’s) 2007–2012 strategic plan recognized the crisis confronting academic training programs and formed a task force to address these concerns. One area of concern identified by the ACVP Training Program Development Task Force was the lack of guidelines to make training more consistent across all programs and provide justification for maintaining or increasing faculty numbers and training resources. Training guidelines for clinical pathology have been outlined in three publications.1,2,4 The current document addresses the need for training guidelines in veterinary anatomic pathology.

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This article is from Veterinary Pathology 47 (2010): 995, doi:10.1177/0300985810377725.

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training guidelines, anatomic pathology, mentoring, ACVP exam
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