Monday, 19 October 2015

UCAP CHP Social Program

We invite you to join us in all the social activities we organized for you.

All dinners are free for the congress participants, and we ask you to confirm your attendance with the forms bellow.

Please note that the Wednesday museum guided tours are also free but limited to the first 30 subscribers - please make your registration to this tour with the provided form.

Monday, 26th

7 pm 
Cocktail and Dinner at Green Wine House

The Green Wine House, home of Viticulture Commission of the Green Wine Region - installed here since the mid-forties, is one of the richest the mid-century XIX houses, called in that time Palace of Silva Monteiro.

Located in the center of Porto and on a slope facing south, overlooking the Douro river, the Green Wine House has three floors and, inside, a richly decorated architectural work in which the noble staircase stands out, illuminated by a skylight ornate. Behind the house, the garden, also keeping part of its original plan, dives over the Douro, through three consecutive terraced grounds, between arches and exotic flora.

Wednesday, 28th

3 pm 
Guided visit to the Romantic Museum and a walk tour along the Douro river, finishing at Port Wine Museum (limited to 30 participants)

The Romantic Museum of Quinta da Macieirinha - is housed in a building built in the mid-eighteenth century for recreational housing. It is located in an area formerly occupied by farms and continues today, framed by the beautiful garden and grove, which enhance the romantic atmosphere. Opened in 1972, this museum evokes a golden age in Porto - the nineteenth century. Its interior spaces are intended to recreate the housing of the high bourgeoisie of the nineteenth century. The exiled King of Sardinia and Prince of Piedmont, Carlos Alberto of Savoy-Carignano, died on Thursday of Macieirinha in July 1849. - Netrequintas Street (near Crystal Palace).

Port Wine Museum – it tells the history of Port Wine, the importance it had for the city's economy, people, places and important events in history that unites the city of Porto with the wine with the same name. It is installed in old warehouses of New Quay House, built in the eighteenth century and includes pieces of archeology, ethnography, stoneware and porcelain, furniture, textiles, recording sheets of copper, glass and other elements of interest, especially the collection documentary - Monchique Street (along the river).

Friday, 30th

7 pm 
Visit and Dinner Party at the Museum 

Casa do Infante - The Museum highlights the figure of the Infante D. Henrique. Through an interpretive center dedicated to the Discoveries and the figure of D. Henrique, the Navigator, who was born here in 1394 and played an important role in the Discoveries and the contact of Portugal with other countries, especially the Brazil. You can also appreciate in this museum the traces of Roman, medieval and modern occupation of the waterfront, featuring a model of Porto in the middle ages. Street Customs – Ribeira.

Free entrance tickets for town Museums

For all interested parties, we also have free entrance tickets, with no timetable or guide, for the following museums:

Numismatics Cabinet
Space that has one of the largest collections of numismatics in Portugal, representing a key role in the study of Greek, Roman, Hispanic, Arabic and Portuguese numismatics. Its collections comprise coins, medals, decorations, bonds, debentures, bank notes, bookmarks and monetary passwords, as well as dies medals and printing plates of bank notes - Carlos Alberto Square - Palace Viscounts of Balsemão (a visit in conjunction with Bank of Materials, we are in the same building)

Material’s Bank
For over twenty years, the Materials Bank invent, collects, saves and discloses the caracteristic materials of the city buldings, such as tiles, plaster, iron, among others. The Bank offers city residents repeated materials they have in reserve, especially for tile replacement in buildings being recovered - Carlos Alberto Square - Palace Viscounts of Balsemão.

Guerra Junqueiro House Museum
Set in a noble house of the century XVIII, remodeled by architect Alcino Soutinho in 1995, displays collections of domestic and foreign decorative arts covering a wide period - the fifteenth century to the nineteenth - and different types - ceramic, furniture, jewelery, metal art, textiles and tapestries, weapons and armor, among others. Part of the exhibition, the sculpture collection, is a deposit of the National Museum of Ancient Art, with pieces donated by the daughter of the poet and others resulting from acquisition - D. Hugo Street, back of the Cathedral.

Casa do Infante

Romantic Museum of Quinta da Macieirinha

Port Wine Museum

All tickets are limited in number. Please ask for them at the congress help desk.

Saturday, 10 October 2015

Registration is Closed!

Registration for the 3rd UCAP CHP is closed!

We are looking forward to meet you!

More information about the final scientific and social program will be available soon, stray stunned.

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Good news for SPAP and ESP members!

We have good news for SPAP (Sociedade Portuguesa de Anatomia Patológica) and ESP (European Society of Pathology) members:

"The European Society of Pathology (ESP), through the Portuguese Society of Anatomic Pathology (SPAP), has offered a grant to all SPAP and ESP members, destined to refund an important percentage of the participation fees for the 3rd UCAP CHP 2015. All members with up-to-date dues and a course receipt emitted in their name, may request this grant from SPAP, upon presentation of said receipt."

Temos boas notícias para todos os membros da SPAP (Sociedade Portuguesa de Anatomia Patológica) e ESP (European Society of Pathology):

"A Sociedade Europeia de Patologia (ESP) através da Sociedade Portuguesa de Anatomia Patológica (SPAP) concedeu uma bolsa destinada a reembolsar aos participantes do UCAP CHP 2015 uma percentagem importante do valor das inscrições para os sócios da SPAP e ESP. Aqueles beneficiários com quotas em dia e com recibo do curso emitido em seu nome, podem solicitar à SPAP esta bolsa contra apresentação do recibo"

Monday, 17 August 2015

Registration is officially open!

Course registration is officially open!

There are various available fees, according to your status (Specialist/Resident) and the days you would like to attend, as you can see below (price per person; attending days are not interchangeable between half course periods).

You are also asked if you would like to submit a case to be discussed at the slide seminars, you can find the submission guidelines and more information HERE

Please send completed registration form with payment proof, and proof of residency (if applicable) to: 

Registration confirmation will be mailed.

The registration is limited to the first 120 participants, and the first 50 registrants will receive a slide box with slides from the slide seminar.

All fees are addressed to Nova Era Agência Viagens e Turismo Lda.

Call for Submissions! - Slide Seminar Cases

All the participants are kindly invited to submit one case for the slide seminars. The first 50 registrants will receive a slide box at the end of the course, containing examples from all the submitted cases. 

For each case, submission of a short clinical history and a paraffin block, from which at least 50 sections can be prepared, is required. The deadline for submission of cases is September 15th 2015.

On each slide seminar the speaker will discuss three cases (six cases total for each subject). The cases will be selected with the following criteria:

-       Order of submission
-       Pertinence of the case
-       Completeness of relevant clinical history

Cases are to be sent to:

Dr. José Ramón Vizcaíno
Serviço de Anatomia Patológica
Centro Hospitalar do Porto
Largo Prof. Abel Salazar
4099-001 Porto


Monday, 10 August 2015

This is the provisional program for the 3rd Updating Course on Anatomic Pathology, CHP 2015.
Please understand that changes can occur until the closing of the final program.

8:00 - 8:15      Registry
8:15 - 8:30      Welcome - José Ramón Vizcaíno, MD and Rui Henrique, MD PhD
8:30 - 9:00      Opening Lecture - Prof. António Araújo

9:00 - 10:30      Soft Tissue Pathology
                           Andrew Folpe, MD

10:30 -11:00     Coffee break and slide observation

11:00 -12:30      Soft Tissue Pathology - Slide Seminar - Andrew Folpe, MD

12:30 -14:00      Lunch and slide observation

14:00 -15:30      Bone Pathology
                          Andrew Rosenberg, MD

15:30 -16:00      Coffee break and slide observation

16:00 -17:30      Bone Pathology - Slide Seminar - Andrew Rosenberg, MD

9:00 - 10:30      Head and Neck Pathology
                          Alena Skalova, MD PhD

10:30 -11:00     Coffee break and slide observation

11:00 -12:30      Head and Neck Pathology - Slide Seminar - Alena Skalova, MD PhD

12:30 -14:00      Lunch and slide observation

14:00 -15:30      Head and Neck Pathology
                           Henrik Hellquist, MD PhD

15:30 -16:00      Coffee break and slide observation

16:00 -17:30      Head and Neck Pathology - Slide Seminar - Henrik Hellquist, MD PhD

9:00 - 10:30      Breast Pathology
                          Ian Ellis, MD PhD

10:30 -11:00     Coffee break and slide observation

11:00 -12:30      Breast Pathology - Slide Seminar - Ian Ellis, MD PhD

12:30 -14:00      Lunch and slide observation

14:00 - 17:30     Free Time / Activities to be defined

9:00 - 10:30      Lung Pathology
                          Lina Carvalho, MD PhD

10:30 -11:00     Coffee break and slide observation

11:00 -12:30      Lung Pathology - Slide Seminar - Lina Carvalho, MD PhD

12:30 -14:00      Lunch and slide observation

14:00 -15:30      Lung Pathology
                           Alberto Marchevsky, MD

15:30 -16:00      Coffee break and slide observation

16:00 -17:30      Lung Pathology - Slide Seminar - Alberto Marchevsky, MD

9:00 - 10:30      Lymph Node Pathology
                          José Cabeçadas, MD

10:30 -11:00     Coffee break and slide observation

11:00 -12:30      Lymph Node Pathology - Slide Seminar - José Cabeçadas, MD

12:30 -14:00      Lunch and slide observation

14:00 -15:30      Lymph Node Pathology
                           German Ott, MD PhD

15:30 -16:00      Coffee break and slide observation

16:00 -17:30      Lymph Node Pathology - Slide Seminar - German Ott, MD PhD

9:00 - 10:30      Skin Pathology
                          Bostjan Luzar, MD PhD

10:30 -11:00      Coffee break and slide observation

11:00 -12:30      Skin Pathology - Slide Seminar - Bostjan Luzar, MD PhD

12:30 -14:00      Lunch and slide observation

14:00 -15:30      Skin Pathology
                           Wolter J. Mooi, MD PhD

15:30 -16:00      Coffee break and slide observation

16:00 -17:30      Skin Pathology - Slide Seminar - Wolter J. Mooi, MD PhD

Registration fees and forms available soon!
Social program and activities available soon!