January is closer than you think! Will you be joining us in San Antonio? You are cordially invited to participate in supporting the Group for Research in Pathology Education at our 2020 Meeting.www.gripemeeting.org
The 2020 Annual GRIPE Meeting will be held January 23-25, 2020. Please view our Exhibitor Prospectus at the following link. Download Here
Each year GRIPE members come together in an annual meeting to share experiences and resources to promote in undergraduate and graduate pathology education. These meetings have resulted in the development of shared teaching resources such as the GRIPE Digital Library and faculty development materials. In addition, these meetings provide a forum to discuss medical education innovations and research, highlighting advances in technology and curricular reforms.
We look forward to again working with you to make this educational event successful for all involved. We hope to see you in San Antonio!
Please note that the deadline to submit your Poster and Oral presentation abstracts is Thursday, August 1. This year’s theme is “Enhancing Pathology’s Visibility to Our Students, Colleagues and Patients.” Click here to submit or visit the GRIPE website at www.GRIPEweb.org. *Abstracts will not be considered without an included disclosure form for each presenter completed with the abstract.That disclosure form can be found here.
*Reminder* #GRIPE20 Call for Posters and Oral Abstracts – Due August 1
As a reminder, The Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) extends a warm welcome to join them for their annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas on January 23-25, 2020. This year’s theme is “Enhancing Pathology’s Visibility to Our Students, Colleagues and Patients.” Abstracts are currently welcomed for Poster and Oral presentation format. Deadline for submission: August 1, 2019 Click here to submit or visit the GRIPE website at www.GRIPEweb.org. *Abstracts will not be considered without an included disclosure form for each presenter completed with the abstract.That disclosure form can be found here.
Each year Pathologists and Pathology educators from across the globe come together to share outstanding research, breakthrough methodology and present findings for key feedback. Which events will you be attending?
United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP)
July 7 – 12, 2019
American Society for Virology (ASV)
July 20 – 24, 2019
Association of Pathology Chairs (APC)
July 21 – 24, 2019
American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS)
July 29-August 2, 2019
Microscopy Society of America (MSA)
August 4 – 8, 2019
American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants (AAPA)
August 25 – August 30, 2019
American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
September 11 – 13
European Society of Toxicologic Pathology (ESTP)
September 17 – 20, 2019
College of American Pathologists (CAP)
September 21-25, 201
Digital Pathology Association
October 6-8, 2019
October 19-22, 2019
San Antonio, Texas
The time has come to begin planning the 2019 GRIPE Winter Meeting! The first step in the process is to form the Program Committee.
We are seeking broad representation of professional educators and pathologists from around the world. The role of the Program Committee is to establish a theme and schedule for the program, select and invite pertinent speakers, and collaborate on various tasks as needed in order to provide the membership with an outstanding annual meeting. Your availability for a one-hour monthly phone meeting and ready accessibility by email from March 2018 through the program in January 2019 is expected, in addition to great ideas and a collegial spirit! The names of participating members will be credited in the conference program.
If you would like to be considered for a position on this Committee please send a brief statement of your interests to email@example.com by Wednesday, February 28, 2018. We would like to complete selections by March 5, so we can begin our meetings by phone in March 2018.
We hope that you will consider becoming involved in this important and collegial work.
For additional information or questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you know any Pathologists who aren’t yet GRIPE Members? Here are five reasons they should join GRIPE!
- Access to the Resource Bank – The GRIPE resource bank contains over 5,500 indexed, peer-reviewed questions and images that have been submitted to GRIPE. It includes multiple choice questions, images with multiple choice questions, and clinical case items.
- Discounted registration for the Annual Meeting – Being a GRIPE member saves you money for the Annual Meeting.
- Access to Job Postings in Pathology Education – GRIPE maintains a job posting on the website for open positions in Pathology. If you’re looking for a new position, it’s easier to look through Pathology listings than to try and narrow all listings to just Pathology.
- Access to Pathology Mentors – If you are looking to broaden your horizons in Pathology, GRIPE can provide you information on Pathologists or Mentors in your area.
- Updates with News, resources and information valuable to pathology educators – Any time there is new information or news that might interest Pathology Educators, GRIPE will let their members know.
Joining GRIPE is easy! Visit the GRIPE website today at www.gripeweb.org and click “Join Today!”
QuickPath to Boards is a Facebook group maintained by the Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE). This page is beneficial for students in getting help with questions about Pathology when preparing for exams from faculty and other students. The page will also be used to suggest available pathology study materials.
Faculty members are also encouraged to join the private group to help provide answers and clarifications to the many questions that students may have. It’s a great way to support students outside of the classroom.
The QuickPath to Boards group may be found at https://www.facebook.com/groups/quickpath/. Although a Facebook account is required to join the QuickPath group, no one will have access to your personal, non-public information.
If you have some downtime before, during, or after the GRIPE Meeting next week, be sure to visit some of the wonderful things Las Vegas and Nevada have to offer!
- Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is a mile-deep canyon (1.6 km) that bisects the park. Even though the average distance across the canyon is only 10 miles/ 16 km, it takes 5 hours to drive the 215 miles / 346 km between the park’s South Rim Village and the North Rim Village.
- Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon features a one-way 13-mile scenic drive, a Visitor Center offering information and interpretation about recreation opportunities, hiking and trails, wildlife, vegetation, geology, cultural resources and much more.
- Hoover Dam
On April 20, 1931, construction began on the Hoover Dam, the largest of its kind at the time. Despite the remote location and harsh working conditions, it was completed on March 1, 1936 in less than five years — two years ahead of schedule — and well under budget.
- Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Gardens
At Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden, see how chocolate is made, create your own box of goodies and stroll through desert life.
- Nevada State Museum
Founded in 1982, the mission of the Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas is to inspire and educate a diverse public about the history and natural history of Nevada. The Museum collects, preserves, exhibits, and disseminates material that contributes to an understanding and appreciation of the state.
- Planetarium and Observatory at the College of Southern Nevada
This is Southern Nevada’s only public planetrium. The 68-seat theater features an Evans & Sutherland Digistar 5 high definition hemispheric video projection system that creates virtual realities on an impressive dome surrounding the audience.
- Extraterrestrial Highway (Near Area 51)
Located in Rachel, a small city 150 miles north from the Las Vegas Strip, you’ll learn all about Area 51 and get breathtaking views of the Southwest desert.
- Death Valley National Park
In this below-sea-level basin, steady drought and record summer heat make Death Valley a land of extremes. Yet, each extreme has a striking contrast. Towering peaks are frosted with winter snow. Rare rainstorms bring vast fields of wildflowers. Lush oases harbor tiny fish and refuge for wildlife and humans. Despite its morbid name, a great diversity of life survives in Death Valley.
- Chloride Mining Town
Chloride was the home of thousands of people living off the silver mines in the nearby Cerbat Mountains. Now it’s the salt-of-the-earth residence of a few hundred souls. But with weekend re-enactments of gunslinging, bullet-ridden brush-ups and a preserved boardwalked old town, it’s a true slice of the Wild West.
- Pinball Hall of Fame
A symphony of quarters clanging, low-fi beeps, upbeat digital sounds and faintly distorted classic rock provides the ambiance for the Pinball Hall of Fame.
Be sure to download your copy of the 2018 Meeting Program Book! The book can be found online here. We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
As a reminder, GRIPE is currently accepting images for the 2018 Photo Contest! All entries must be received by January 15, 2018.
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 here with your entries. You may also submit your images on the GRIPE website here.
If you have any questions or difficulties submitting your images, please let us know via email at email@example.com or by phone at 304-208-8060.