Educational Webinars

ASCT offers member discounts on webinars and archived webinars. Webinars are also available to non-members.

Download the 2019 Educational Webinar Registration Form and mail or email to ASCT with payment. You will receive your webinar access information via email from ASCT after payment is received. Using your email address, the ASCT will send you the link to access the webinar. Participants can choose to hear the audio via the phone or over their computer speakers. Each webinar will offer one CE credit as defined by the ASCP CMP.

All Members and Non-Members may purchase ASCT educational webinars online by clicking here.

Individual Webinar Registration
$40 member (price per webinar)
$50 non-member (price per webinar)

Laboratory Webinar Registration
$150 member registers lab (price per webinar)
$175 non-member registers lab (price per webinar)
$500 member registers lab (price for any four webinars)

2019 Educational Webinar Registration Form 

January 23, 2019  
What Have We Learned Since Paris?

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Christopher VandenBussche, MD
The John Hopkins Hospital
Department of Pathology

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 Educational Objectives:
1. Explain why The Paris System (TPS) for Reporting Urinary Cytology was created.
2. List the diagnostic categories of TPS and their criteria.
3. Discuss the performance of TPS based on recently published studies.
 


February 20, 2019

Communication in the Work Place




Guliz A. Barkan, MD
Loyola University Medical Center - Chicago
Department of Pathology

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Educational Objectives:
1. Understand the methods of effective communication, and how to better this crucial skill.
2. Discuss the best ways of giving and receiving feedback. 
3. Discuss the different ways of handling conflict using the Thomas Killmann Conflict mode instrument.


March 27, 2019
Cytopreparation: What techniques are best for cytologic samples?




Kelsey Snyder, MS, CT(ASCP)

Educational Objectives: 
1. This session will cover a broad range of cytopreparatory techniques for exfoliative cytology, fine needle aspiration cytology and body cavity fluids.
2. The Papanicolaou and Diff-Quik stains will be heavily addressed, with focus on its components, use, and applicability to cytology
3. Advantages and disadvantages of formalin fixed cell blocks along with Cellient blocks will be discussed.

 

 

April 17, 2019
Head and Neck Cytopathology: p16 and HPVish

 

Abbey Lott Limbach, MD
The Ohio State University Medical Center
Department of Pathology

Learning Objectives: coming soon

June 2019
The Engagement of Cytotechnologists in Genomic Selection Leads to Improved Outcomes

 

Melissa Randolph, BS, SCT(ASCP)

Educational Objectives: coming soon

July 17, 2019
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Eva Wojcik, MD
Loyola University Medical Center - Chicago
Department of Pathology 

Educational Objectives: coming soon

August 2019
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September 2019

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October 2019

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November 2019

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December 2019

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