Recently we asked the #PathTwitter community to tell us about the resources they go to for pathology information. Responses ran the gamut from podcasts to Twitter journal clubs to YouTube channels. With all of this information, where is one to begin? We compiled a list of resources with links so you can digest this information at your leisure. These resources are great for residents and medical school students (let’s hear it #PathMatch21!). This is by no means a comprehensive list or a list of the “top” or “best” resources, just resources we’ve picked up while surfing through #PathTwitter.
Dr. Jerad Gardner (@JMGardnerMD): https://www.youtube.com/user/JeradMGardnerMD
pathCast (@pathologyCast): https://www.youtube.com/c/pathCast
PathPod (@PathPod): pathpod.podbean.com
Dead Men Do Tell Tales (@deadmendo): deadmendotellpodcast.com
People of Pathology (@peopleofpath): peopleofpathology.podbean.com
Deeper Levels (@DeeperLevels): deeperlevels.natalieba.net
This Pathological Life with @DrTravisBrown: thispathologicallife.com.au
Your Path in Focus with Dr. Christina Arnold (@CArnold_GI): yourpathinfocus.podbean.com
Twitter Clubs and Groups
Virtual Pathology Student Interest Group: @path_SIG
Pathology Journal Club: @path_JC
Cytopathology Journal Club: @CytoJC
Hemepath Journal Club: @HemepathJC
Digestive Path Journal Club: @GIPathJC
Kurt’s Notes (@KurtSchaberg): kurtsnotes.net
Path Elective (@PathElective): pathelective.com
Pathology Outlines (@Pathoutlines): pathologyoutlines.com
College of American Pathologists (@Pathologists): cap.org
Digital Pathology Association (@dpatweet): digitalpathologyassociation.org
Your Path in Focus: yourpathinfocus.com
As we can see by the numerous resources listed above, pathology continues to lead the charge in medical education outside of the classroom. Did we miss a resource? Just email Kristin at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll update this list online. Prefer more formal information or looking to catch up on reading over the holidays? Stay tuned because we are releasing a list of 2020 peer-reviewed articles that impacted digital pathology later this week.
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