Congress Registration / Abstract Submission
Registration and abstract submission will be available online from January 2015.
The beautiful city of Belgrade will host the 27th European Congress of Pathology in 2015.
Pathology is undergoing many important changes from within and from the outside. By using novel techniques we are gaining better understanding of diseases, enabling us to make better diagnoses. Geneticists, molecular biologists, bioinformaticians, and information technologists are providing us with novel tools and knowledge that is improving our work.
The theme for the 2015 ECP congress, Pathology, breaking barriers in medicine, is therefore very timely: as pathologists we have many interactions with other disciplines and the evolution of our field has impact on medical decisions in everyday practice.
It is not easy to keep up with everything that is on going, but the ECP tries to serve the educational needs of pathologists.
The 26th European Congress of Pathology (ECP 2014), organised as a joint venture between the European Society of Pathology and the
Pathology London 2014 Ltd (a trading subsidiary of The Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland) this year, took place 30 August – 3 September 2014 in London, UK.
Many thanks to all speakers, participants and supporters for this successful congress.
Almost 3,350 people have participated in the congress, 87 countries have been represented within the congress.
The top 5 of the represented countries have been United Kingdom, Greece, Spain, Germany and Turkey.
ECP 2014: European CME credits
In order to obtain credits, the ESP requires feedback on its educational activities. Therefore, we kindly ask the delegates to complete an evaluation form when claiming certificates: ecp.congress-certificate.com
Your CME credits/ certificate as well as the certificate of attendance will be sent to you by email.