The 2019 GRIPE Annual Winter Meeting poster abstracts are now listed online. We will have eleven poster presentations on the following topics:
- An Established Pediatric Pathology Rotation at El Paso Children’s Hospital helps boost medical student interest in Pathology
- Challenges and Strategies for General Pathology in an Integrated Curriculum in Brazil
- Computerized bone marrow report templates as a teaching and feedback tool in pathology residency training
- Generational Differences: Impact on Medical Education and Practice
- Optimizing Competencies in the Pathology Education for Millennials in the Molecular Era
- Pathology Teaching Within Physician Assistants, Podiatric Medicine, and Osteopathic Medical Curricula at Des Moines University
- The Millennial View of Transfusion Medicine Instruction During Medical School
- The Use of 3D Printers in Medical Education with a Focus on Bone Pathology
- There is a smart way to teach Pathology: Using resources from BEST network to engage learners
- GoPro videos in Case-Based Learning: Bringing the Clinical Cases to Life
- Dungeons and Dragons in the Pathology Lab: Increasing Strategic Thinking and Engagement Through Unfolding Cases
To view the abstracts, please click here.
Not registered for the meeting? Registration is still available online at www.gripemeeting.org!
From everyone in the GRIPE office, we would like to wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season!
The GRIPE Administrative Office will be closed on December 24 & 25, 2018 and on December 31, 2018 and January 1, 2019 for the holidays.
We are truly grateful for the support you have provided to us at GRIPE and are greatly looking forward to what 2019 has in store!
As a reminder, the Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) is currently accepting images for the 2019 Photo Contest. All entries must be received by January 15, 2019.
Photos will be accepted in the following categories:
- GROSS (e.g., specimens, clinical photographs, imaging studies, etc.)
- MICRO (e.g., sections, cytology, peripheral blood smears, etc.)
- OTHER (e.g., EM, immunofluorescence, karyotypes, culture plates, hemoglobin electrophoresis, flow cytometry graphs, etc.)
All entries must be original 35mm color transparencies or digital images with a minimum resolution of 768 x 512. There is no limit to the number of entries per person. Please label all images with the name of the entrant, the organ, and the diagnosis and return the completed Contributor Agreement Form posted online with your entries.
If you have any questions or difficulties submitting your images, please let us know via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 304-208-8060.
GRIPE 2019 Business Meeting Agenda
Friday, January 25, 2019 – 3:15pm CST
- Call to Order
- Recognition of New members
- Approval of January 26, 2018 Minutes
- Report from the President: Geoffrey Talmon
- Report from Executive Director: Regina Kreisle
- Membership Model
- Budget Review
- Report from the Central Office: Julie Hewett
- Administrative Guide
- Report of Committees
- Image Bank
- Question Bank
- Trainee Involvement
- Strategic Planning
- New Business
- Bylaws changes
- Adopting the Emerging Pathologist award
- Changing a quorum of executive committee from 4 to 3
- Combining question bank committee and image bank committee.
- Establish Membership as a standing committee
- Open position of Secretary
- Solicitation of volunteers for committees
- Election of officers
- Announcement of 2020 meeting – San Antonio, Texas
The GRIPE 2019 Annual Winter Meeting is just around the corner, and we would like you to get to know some of our keynote speakers! We have two plenary speakers this year, and we hope you enjoy their presentations.
Dr. Rashidi is a board certified Hematopathologist with an extensive background in informatics and medical education. His bioinformatics background dates back to his graduate school years in the 90s (prior to entering medical school). That experience and expertise enabled me to co-author several popular textbooks in bioinformatics along with now being actively involved in developing several machine learning tools and platforms that him and his colleagues are using for their respective studies. In addition he has also been very successful in publishing several very popular digital tools (including several Apps) in the medical education/hematology arena that are now used worldwide. His background and experiences gives him a great perspective of how to convey this knowledge to those interested in the technology arena.
Integrating Technology Tools in Medical Education
The use of technology and digital platforms in medical education is an integral part of many programs and courses. The misconception amongst many is that one needs to be a technology expert/ computer programmer to be able to build and incorporate such tools in their particular area of interest/coursework. There are many tools made easily accessible and available to the average user that could help build and incorporate such tools in various settings. This session will discuss such possibilities and help in introducing such tools for an audience with a wide background in this technology discipline.
More information on Dr. Geoff Talmon, our plenary speaker for Friday morning, can be found here.