USCAP’s MyPath™ Announces Digital Partnership with the National Institute of Health’s PubMed

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MyPath™ software empowers the global pathology community to quickly access scattered and ever changing information critical to diagnostic pathology. Today, our new collaboration with PubMed, which contains the National Health Institute’s vast biomedical resources, continues MyPath™ and the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology’s (USCAP) commitment to being the resource for pathology practitioners, education and professional collaboration.

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“This truly is a game changer for the global pathology community. It has never been easier to access the world’s premiere pathology and biomedical information.” commented Jeffrey L. Myers, M.D

Pathologists struggle daily to access the scattered and ever changing information essential to diagnostic pathology. Finding medical data quickly has traditionally been a laborious task for pathologists. To simplify and expedite this process the United State and Canadian Academy of Pathologists(USCAP) created MyPath™ software. “MyPath™ connects all the dots, “commented USCAP President Linda Ferrell, “by empowering the global pathology community to easily research, diagnose and collaborate – all with a click of the mouse.”

Today, MyPath™ becomes a stronger tool with the announcement of USCAP’s partnership with the National Institute of Health’s Pub Med library. This collaboration makes all of NIH’s vast biomedical resources instantly available to MyPath™ and USCAP members. More importantly, content available through PubMed is also available to MyPath users to store in their own personal files, make comments, and read the comments of others including those from leading experts. “This truly is a game changer for the global pathology community. It has never been easier to access the world’s premiere pathology and biomedical information,” commented Jeffrey L. Myers, M.D., Chair of USCAPS’ Innovative Educational Products Committee.

“My goal is to grow USCAP’s leadership in pathology education,” said USCAP Executive Vice President Bruce Smoller, “We were pleased to recently announce receiving ACCME’s highest recognition for all of USCAP’s educational courses. Now these courses are readily accessible through MyPath™ on iPad and computer, anytime, anywhere.”

To connect with MyPath™, log on to http://www.MyPath .uscap.org.

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The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) is the leader of pathology education excellence. Dedicated to creating and disseminating pathology research, education and collaboration, USCAP empowers doctors with the latest advances to improve their daily practices. The USCAP website: http://www.uscap.org.

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