CAP Program Recognized
The College of American Pathologists (CAP) recently was recognized by the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) with a 2011 Excellence in Practice Award for the Ultrasound-Guided Fine Needle Aspiration (USFNA) AP3 program and an Excellence in Practice Citation for the Breast Predictive Factors Testing (BPFT) AP3 program.
The Excellence in Practice Awards program recognizes organizations for results achieved through learning and performance practices and solutions. Awards are presented to organizations with proven practices that have delivered measurable results in achieving organizational goals. Citations are presented to organizations with practices that have shown they will demonstrate measurable results.
"We are honored to receive these prestigious awards from the world's largest association dedicated to learning and performance professionals," said Charles Roussel, chief executive officer for the CAP. "The nation's leading experts and the CAP Learning Division developed the award-winning courses to offer pathologists enhanced knowledge and skills in ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration and breast predictive factors testing with the ultimate goal to deliver optimal patient care."