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Association of Clinical Pathologists (ACP)

The Association was established in 1927 in United Kingdom originally because the British Pathologists Association, and altered to its current name in 1930. It's the oldest skilled body of pathologists in the UK, and celebrated its85th year in 2012. 'A Short History of Clinical Pathology' (Livingstone, 1961) S.C. Dyke indicated the Association was established for four main reasons such as: to boost the conditions of pathology practice and improve the status of clinical pathologists, to assure clinical pathologists as being adequate to alternative consultants, to encourage and assist medical colleges and post-graduate education so appropriately trained doctors might assume charge of hospital laboratories throughout the UK, to ascertain wherever members could exchange views on work, analysis etc. The aims of the Association these days stay faithful these initiation principles. The Association, with its sturdy grass-roots support through branches and committees, is in a very commanding position to permit it to create its own assessment of things freely, cogently and convincingly and to fetch these to the Department of Health, the Royal school of Pathologists and alternative vital groupings. The Association of Clinical Pathologists is associate organisation within the UK that is distinctive therein it's composed of medically qualified pathologists of all disciplines. The Association represents the views of those medically qualified pathologists. The Association seeks to represent the medically qualified practicing by promotion of pathology and their role during this key discipline. 

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