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  • Advisory Council Member:

    Dr Aysha Habib Khan
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  • National Societies:

    Pakistan Society of Chemical Pathologists (PSCP)

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    Committee Members

    Prof Aamir Ijaz
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    Vice - President
    Prof Salma Haq
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    General Secretary & Treasurer
    Dr Mohsin Shafi
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  • About the Society:
    PSCP is a registered professional organization established to promote knowledge and best practices in the field of Clinical Chemistry (Chemical Pathology) in Pakistan. It is a accredited by Pakistan Medical and Dental Council for CME. Established in 2003, it has now more than 200 members from all over the Pakistan. It holds annual scientific conferences and CME courses on the topics related to the fields of Chemical Pathology and Endocrinology. Two Distance Learning Programmes (DLPs have been successfully conducted by PSCP in 2013 and 2014 and Structured Assessment of Skills (SAS) was conducted in 2015 to impart knowledge and skills in the field of Chemical Pathology.
    PSCP is also a forum of scientific publications. "The Spectrum" is its newsletter published regularly since 2012 and up to now six editions have been published.
    PSCP Clinical Practice Guidelines on Endocrinology were published in 2015 on the occasion of 6th Annual Course. Two more books were published in 2016.‘QADIS Book’ is a compilation of 120 patient records. Each record comprises clinical information and biochemical data, followed by correct diagnosis and a brief description of the condition. Clinical Practice Guidelines on Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Disorders have been written keeping our peculiar conditions in mind and more emphasis is given on the use of clinical features as well as those routine laboratory facilities which are easily available in our hospitals. The sophisticated techniques like HPLC, GC/MS/MS and LC/MS/MS have also been mentioned as these are now available in our tertiary care centres. This is by no mean a textbook on IMD but just a short handbook for quick reference in clinical practice.
    In 2018 a short textbook was published namely “Chemical Pathology for the Beginners” for junior students of Chemical Pathology.


Membership of the Society is open to all interested in and willing to support the aims of the Society.

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