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Fellowship of the College of Pathologists of South Africa – Chemical: FC Path(SA) Chem

Part I

Part I: 12 months fulltime in a numbered registrar training post.

Part I of the Fellowship of the College of Pathologists of South Africa - Anatomical - R 11400

Part I: 2 written papers

THE T.S. PILLAY MEDAL was endowed in 2019 and is awarded to the best candidate in the FC Path (Chem) Part I examination who attains 75% in both papers 1 and paper 2. The candidate must attain at least 75% in both papers and also be the candidate with the highest mark average when taking both papers into account, if there is more than one candidate with 75% and above in both papers.

Part II

Part II: 42 months in a numbered registrar training post at the time of the written examination. - 6 months in a cytology laboratory. - Minimum of 50 autopsies and must be able to cut and stain frozen sections.

PORTFOLIO
From the second semester 2014 the submission of your Portfolio at the time of making your application is compulsory for all candidates who entered into their Registrar post from 1 January 2011.

Fellowship of the College of Pathologists of South Africa - Chemical - R 21800

Part II: 2 written papers; oral and practical.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN ASSOCIATION FOR CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE (SAACB) was endowed in 2019 and it awarded to the best candidate in the FC Path (Chem) Part II examination who attains an average of 75% or above overall, including the written and practical. The candidate must attain at least 75% overall and also be the candidate with the highest mark average if there is more than one candidate with 75% and above.

THE COULTER MEDAL was endowed in 1997 and is awarded to candidates who obtain excellent results in the Fellowship examination of the College of Pathologists of South Africa.

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