Association of Dermatologists is the
central and long-established association of practising UK dermatologists, whose aim is to continually improve the treatment and understanding of skin
disease. Website: bad.org.uk
College of Pathologists is a
professional membership organisation committed to excellence in the practice
of pathology. The 7700 members and fellows work in hospital laboratories,
universities and industry worldwide.
The College aims to advance the science and practice
of pathology, furthering public education and promoting research in pathology
and to disseminate the results.
2 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AF
Tel: 020 7451 6700; Fax: 020 7451 6701
National Specialist Dermatopathology (NSD) EQA Scheme is a United Kingdom and Eire wide scheme set up with
the support of the Royal College of Pathologists Dermatopathology Subcommittee
with the aims of education (exchange of ideas and dispersal of new knowledge)
and ensuring the highest standards of performance in diagnostic histopathology.
It is designed for specialists in dermatopathology and is aimed at a level to
conform to the equivalent of the National Institute for Health and Clinical
Excellence (NICE) specialist skin cancer MDT work. Non-neoplastic cases
are aimed at a similar level. The scheme includes lymphoma and sarcoma
involving the skin.
For further information please contact: Mark Bamford,
Scheme Organiser mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org 0116 2541414 ext
The International Society of Dermatopathology The aims and
objectives of the Society are to increase knowledge of the structure and
function of the skin and of diseases of the skin by microscopy. The
Society intends to promote friendship and scientific exchanges among its
members of different countries; to sponsor international and regional
meetings; and to sponsor educational events. We are a non-profit