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Annual Conferences

The History of OAP Annual Conferences

The OAP is the oldest pathology organization in the country and has been holding Annual Conferences since 1937. As a not-for-profit medical society organized for educational and scientific purposes, the purpose of the meeting is to foster excellence in the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine in Ontario.

The events held during these annual conferences provide Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) credits, as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. The annual conferences also include:

  • An excellent topical scientific program
  • A Cancer Care Ontario/OAP Symposium
  • Political and economic updates
  • Engaging social events and activities
  • Scientific Exhibitors & Vendors

Members also have the opportunity to vote on resolutions presented during the formal business session of the conference.

Feedback from members and exhibitors has indicated that the size of the meeting allows for excellent opportunities throughout the meeting to engage with speakers and network with other attendees.

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