Royal College of Pathologists


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Royal College of Pathologists

The professional organisation for UK pathologists which was founded in 1962 to co-ordinate the development of pathology into subspecialties, and maintain the internationally renowned standards and reputation of British pathology. The College promotes excellence in the practice of pathology and is responsible for maintaining standards through training, assessments, examinations and professional development for the benefit of the public.
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The report, which made nearly 70 recommendations and was highly critical of the Royal College of Pathologists, said parents should always be informed of precisely what a postmortem examination entailed, even though British law does not require their consent.
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery) degree from the faculty of medicine at the University of Glasgow, and is a fellow of the UK's Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), and of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPath).
OA journal Pathogenesis published on behalf of The Royal College of Pathologists
Rubin Duncan Nicholas Birtley left the college in 1960 to study Chemistry at Liverpool University and went on to achieve a doctorate in Pharmacology and became a member of the Royal College of Pathologists.
The information provided in the article appears to have been obtained from documents from the Royal College of Pathologists.
The pathologist gives an opinion on what is found - there is a subjective element to it - and there is an error rate accepted by the Royal College of Pathologists on serious cases - 2%.
The Royal College of Pathologists advocates: 'Other relevant tests may be added to, or substituted for, those originally requested.
The Royal College of Pathologists (RCP) has appointed him as an international adviser for their members in Europe and Russia.
He hopes to enhance international standards of pathology - the study of the causes of diseases and the way they affect the body - as the new advisor for Russia and Europe for the Royal College of Pathologists.
His postgraduate degrees and awards included a PhD in Biochemistry (1970), Membership (1974), and Fellowship (1985) of the Royal College of Pathologists, and a thesis for the degree of DSc submitted to the University of Glasgow in 1997.
Pottumarthy, a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, is currently a senior fellow in laboratory medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle.

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