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Target group:Pathologists

Duration:6 months

Capacity:1 person

Specific educational objectives in the surgical pathology fellowship includes:

-          In-depth training in GI subspecialty-based sign-out that includes consultative work.

-          Developing skill sets to allow successful communication with clinicians across departments, including presentation at tumor boards and clinical conferences.

-          Academic research that focuses on clinicopathological aspects of disease with an expectation of presentation of research results.

-          Teaching rotating medical students and pathology residents.

-          Areas of expertise are numerous and include inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, fatty liver disease, liver transplant pathology, pancreatobiliary cytology, and a variety of neoplastic diseases, including pancreatic cancer.

Curriculum

-          The Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathology Complementary Course at RIGLD/SBMU, Tehran, blends clinical training with ongoing seminars and research.

-          Clinical training

-          The Division of Anatomic Pathology is a very busy, high-volume surgical pathology practice. The core of the training is clinical in nature.

-          Rotations

-          Six months is spent on the GI and liver pathology; including the frozen section lab. On the GI biopsy rotation, fellows are responsible for biopsies from approximately 40 patients each day, reviewing the biopsies on their own before signing out with the consultant.

Research training

-          The wealth of surgical pathology material at RIGLD/SBMU offers limitless opportunities for research projects. The fellowship also collaborates with large, active clinical groups in gastroenterology, liver transplant, gastrointestinal surgery and gastrointestinal oncology. Core science laboratories are located in the same building as the pathology division, providing access to molecular techniques.

-          Specifically, the trainee is expected to complete at least one research project with submission for publication at the end of the six month before exiting the training.

-          Didactic training

-          There is an integrated didactic core lecture series, attended by all residents and fellows, which covers a range of topics in anatomic and clinical pathology. An extensive teaching file contains glass slides demonstrating the entire spectrum of gastrointestinal disease.

Conferences

-          As part of this program, trainees are expected to present material at a variety of pathology and clinical conferences periodically, including the monthly education conference in GI and liver.

-          Teaching opportunities

-          Trainees teach pathology residents rotating on the GI and liver service.

 

Evaluation

-          To ensure that trainees acquire adequate proficiency and develop appropriate technical skills, performance is monitored carefully during the course of the program. Fellows are evaluated by supervising faculty members at the completion of the course. The faculty also formatively assess competence in patient care, medical knowledge, professionalism, systems-based practice, practice-based learning and improvement, and interpersonal and communication skills.

-          The program director, Dr. Moradi, meets with trainee monthly to review their evaluations and discuss professional growth. In addition, allied health staff and residents are asked to evaluate the trainee’s performance periodically.

-          Final written summative evaluations are compiled for each fellow upon completion of the program. Trainees also evaluate the faculty to ensure that their educational needs are being met.

Requirements:

-          Board certified in anatomic pathology

Costs:  total course costs $12000

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دانشگاه علوم پزشکی و خدمات بهداشتی، درمانی
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