Tuesday, October 6, 2015

6 October 2015: September website statistics

For September 2015, we averaged 21,315 visits per day (up 2% from last year), and had 639,475 total visits.  Our Jobs pages received 43,277 visits, Fellowship pages received 5,483 visits and Conference page received a record 10,515 visits!  We posted 53 Pathologist job ads in September, which is also a record number. We are developing a mobile version of our website which should also boost traffic. Thanks everyone for your continued support!

Friday, October 2, 2015

2 October 2015: Feature Page

Our Feature page for October is Laboratories, and highlights our publishers ARUP Laboratories and Cleveland Clinic Laboratories. It also contains an original short article, "Anatomic Pathology Laboratory: Cross-Contamination of Tissue", by Jaleh Mansouri, M.D.
2 October 2015:

In preparation for mobile capability, we have included links to all related Chapters on the main Chapter pages. We hope including these links will make navigating between Chapters easier as we transition into a mobile friendly platform. Take a look at our Skin-nontumor chapter to see these improvements in action.
2 October 2015: We have posted updates of the following topics:

Thursday, October 1, 2015

1 October 2015: Commercial Email contest winner!

Our newest Commercial Email contest winner is Dr. Shreekant Bharti, Banaras Hindu University, India.  He was sent a $50 Amazon gift card.

Please make sure to read our sponsored emails for a chance at another contest!

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

30 September 2015: See our Stains chapter for new Topic format

We have completed converting the topics beginning with "A" in our Stains chapter to our new Topic format.  This is our most popular chapter, and we are converting one topic at a time from A to Z.  We expect the pace to pick up as we add new staff.  We are also converting other topics as we make changes to them.  Let us know if you have any thoughts.

30 September 2015: New Management Article

We posted a new Management Article by Jacob Vugrinac of Vachette Pathology, entitled "Good Old Rocky Top: Keeping its Physicians Independent". We will be posting more articles from Vachette Pathology in upcoming weeks. so keep your eyes open for them!

And, if you have not yet seen information on upcoming webinars that Ventana and ASCP are sponsoring, you can view them here: http://pathologyoutlines.com/webinars.html#newwebinars. Check back often, as we continue to add new information as it becomes available.