Multidisciplinary Breast Pathology — MBP AP3
Focus on care team integration, optimal patient outcomes
Given today’s increasingly coordinated cancer care, the CAP’s MBP AP3 is the right resource at the right time. Pathologists participating in the MBP AP3 establish and demonstrate value as integral care team providers of optimal breast cancer treatment.
Ideal for pathologists who frequently evaluate breast specimens and participate in interdisciplinary approaches to treatment, the MBP AP3 curriculum concentrates on correlating and integrating all tests and modalities, accurately applying clinical goals, and identifying patients appropriate for breast conservation surgery. Solidify your role in today’s new paradigms of breast oncology.
Earn up to 26.25 CME/SAM credits (includes a faculty-led workshop and eight online courses).
2013 MBP/BPFT workshop dates and locations are TBD.
The CAP is working with the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) to review and update current guidelines regarding HER2 Testing. Future BPFT and MBP AP3 programs will include details regarding these updates as well as insights from Guideline authors.
Log onto cap.org and use the links below to access CAP CME/SAMs available within the MBP curriculum or access a comprehensive listing of breast-related learning options in the CAP Learning Portal.
Please email us if you wish to be contacted when dates become available, or check back for future offerings.
What participants are saying:
“Terrific. More CAP members should take advantage of these; it beats slogging through a stack of journals.”
“Overall, an excellent experience.”