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Demystifying DICOM in Digital Pathology: Experiences from the National Pathology Imaging Co-operative

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In this presentation, Dr.Sayers will provide a basic overview of the DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) standard and how it applies to Digital Pathology.

On a background of our experiences in the National Pathology Imaging Co-operative (NPIC), he will discuss the current state of DICOM in Digital Pathology, including its benefits and limitations, and look into future developments for this international standard.

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About the presenter

Dr. Craig Sayers has been a Consultant Histopathologist at the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust for 12 years, and Clinical Lead for Standards and Interoperability for the National Pathology Imaging Co-operative (NPIC) since March 2020.  On behalf of NPIC, he is a contributing member of DICOM Working Group 26 and the IHE PaLM Working Group.