Improving quality assurance programs for external and interpretive pathology

Learn how quality assurance programs for interpretive and external pathology are performing, including accomplishments and next steps

Learn how quality assurance programs for interpretive and external pathology are performing, including accomplishments and next steps

This infographic shows how quality assurance programs for external and interpretive pathology are performing in Canada, and explores where there is room for improvement.

Learn about the interpretive pathology testing cycle, results of a national survey and the landscape of quality assurance in Canada.

The Quality Initiative for Interpretive Pathology (QIIP) began in 2013, when the Partnership and the Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP-ACP) came together to improve the quality of interpretive pathology in Canada.

QIIP released its recommendations in 2016. The recommendations framework is the first of its kind in Canada. The framework helps jurisdictions incorporate the recommendations into both new and existing quality programs.

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