THE AMERICAN BOARD OF PATHOLOGY

A Member Board of the American Board of Medical Specialties

QUICK VIEW MESSAGES

  • Thursday 20 Feb Applications for the Fall 2020 Primary Exam are now available. The submission deadline is May 15, 2020.
  • Monday 17 Feb The tutorial for the 2020 Spring CC Exam remote registrants is now open. The tutorial can be accessed through the link in the email you received and must be completed by March 13, 2020.
  • Tuesday 11 Feb The new issue of the ABPath Examiner newsletter is now available. Check it out in the newsletter link directly above. Thank you!
  • Tuesday 11 Feb Subspecialty Exam applications will open on Sunday, February 16th. Applications/Registrations are due by May 15th.
  • Tuesday 04 Feb Results for the Clinical Informatics exam have been released. Please visit your PATHway account and check the “Board Correspondence” tab for your results.
  • Friday 24 Jan If you are participating in ABPath CertLink, you should have received a welcome/beginning of the quarter email. If are not receiving emails, please check your spam/junk folders and be sure to add abpath@mycertlink.org and no-reply@castoredc.com to your sa
  • Thursday 05 Dec If you are participating in ABPath CertLink (ABPCL), please keep your contact information up to date in the profile section of ABPCL. To do so, create a support ticket in the "Need Help?" menu or email abpath@mycertlink.org.
  • Thursday 05 Dec ABPath sends important correspondence, reminders and announcements through email. To guarantee you are receiving the most up to date information, please be sure your email client allows email from “@abpath.org” and your information is current in PATHway.
  • Friday 21 Jun Reminder: For those participating in ABPath CertLink, your reporting forms still need to be submitted every two years. For more information on the CC Program’s Reporting requirements, please visit the "CC/MOC" tab above and choose "Reporting."
  • Thursday 13 Jun Please Note: For automatic reporting of completed CME to ABPath, diplomates will be required to provide their ABPath ID to CME providers. Your ABPath ID can be found in PATHway on your profile page, top left corner.

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