Subspecialisation in cellular pathology in the DGH setting: the Warwick experience
A successful move towards subspecialised reporting in cellular pathology in the setting of a small to medium-sized district general hospital staffed by five consultant pathologists is described. This move has been facilitated by implementation of a prospective workload allocation system. Perceived benefits in service delivery and career progression are highlighted.
- RCPath, Royal College of Pathologists
- WTE, whole-time equivalent
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