About BRIPPA and the EQA.
The British and Irish Paediatric Pathology Association (add date founded) is a professional association of medical doctors who specialise in the investigation of the pathology of diseases of foetuses, infants and children in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland. This includes surgical pathology of tissues from live children, autopsy examination of fetuses, infants and children and examination of placentas from live babies (link to what is paediatric and perinatal pathology).
BRIPPA is a registered charity (SC005836). It is funded by annual subscription from the full members. Membership is free for trainee paediatric pathologists
BRIPPA as the only organisation in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland made up solely of medical pathologists who work in the fields of Paediatric Surgical and Perinatal Pathology. BRIPPA is therefore ideally placed to provide expert advice and comment on issues affecting the provision of pathology services in these specialised areas and to work with government and other agencies to maintain and improve these important services.
BRIPPA is available for consultation on matters relevant to the delivery of Paediatric and Perinatal Pathology in Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland.
Our mission is to support paediatric and perinatal pathology practice in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland through: