Danish Pathology Society selects PathoGate.net as their next generation teaching platform


Facing a need to update the existing solution for training resident pathologists, the Danish Pathology Society (DPAS) has selected PathoGate.net as an integrated teaching platform for their specialty courses. DPAS has the responsibility for training residents in all major specialties within anatomic pathology and cytology, and runs 10-15 organ-related courses a year with teachers and participants from all over Denmark. Going forward the digital platform will be used for all specialty courses and support teachers in providing up-to-date teaching and training.

Trine Plesner, MD, and main course responsible, is happy about the new interactive learning tool. “PathoGate.net offers a new platform that allows us to integrate all aspects of running courses, including preparation of participants and supporting the teachers with easy access to teaching material and participants input. We look forward to start using the PathoGate.net platform and believe that it will allow us to further develop interactive learning for residents”

Christian B. Brøchner, MD, Ph.D and vice chairman of DPAS, adds: “We have been searching for an ideal solution to our needs for a while, and believe that we have found the right solution and a good partner for us. We have successfully completed the first course on bone and soft tissuepathology, and are looking forward to continuing the collaboration. We are also considering to use the platform for other types of training beyond the specialty courses.”

Andreas Schønau, CEO of PathoPulse, is proud to deliver the platform of choice: “DPAS is running a well structured and ambitious program of high-quality specialty courses for resident pathologists. Dedicated experts with large collections of relevant patient cases transfers knowledge to the next generation of upcoming experts, and we are proud to be selected as provider of an up-to-date digital platform that will streamline the process and optimize the experience of both the teachers and residents.”

To learn more about how PathoGate.net can be used for teaching and training purposes, see here.