ACP news is the official newssheet of the Association of Clinical Pathologists. Published quarterly, it is distributed to the entire membership of the Association. The magazine aims to be both informative and informal. Within its pages you will find reports on ACP activity, including Council meetings, Branch reports and Award reports. Articles and columns of interest, by and for the membership are also presented.
Articles for the ACP news are always welcome and should be forwarded directly to the Editor. The style guide can be found here.
04 Oct 2017
In this issue: Educating the public about pathology, Medical students and pathology, Future of postgraduate pathology education.
12 Sep 2017
In this issue: Monarchy and Pathology: How the kings and queens of the UK have been affected by Pathology, Histopathology: A FY1's perspective and A month in Zambia
12 Sep 2017
In this issue: My Cuban busman's holiday - observations on health and social care on the island, Ninety years of innovation in pathology and film and Cervical cancer - a woman's problem
05 Jan 2017
In this issue: Serious Incident investigation, All things bright and beautiful, Pathology and social media
11 Aug 2016
In this issue: The Return of the Flying Scotsman. Quiet flows the Colorado to its resting place, the Sea. Robert Hooke - Giant or Genius? Plan Bee
07 Mar 2016
In this issue: Boom and Doom: the socio-biology of a fortunate generation. An algorithmic approach to the postmortem investigation and histological sampling of potential asbestos-related deaths. The award for the favourite cell 2016 goes to....
19 Nov 2015
In this issue: The ACP National Leadership Skills meeting held at Hallam Conference Centre in June 2015
18 Dec 2014
In this issue: A River of Blood. Water, War and Waterloo: death and disease in warfare.
21 Aug 2014
In this issue: The Leopard and the Southern Cross. Look behind you. Things not to type into Google.
28 May 2014
In this issue: Here be dragons. Do we give medical students too much feedback? Buddy can you spare some time? NHS Biobanking