Around the Clock Imaging 2019
Around the Clock Imaging is organized by Penn Radiology CME and will be held from Jul 29 - Aug 02, 2019 at Fairmont Pacific Rim, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This CME activity is designed to educate academic and private practice neuroradiologists, musculoskeletal radiologists, cardio-thoracic radiologists, general radiologists, fellows, and residents. Related health care professionals that might be interested in this course include neurologists, ER physicians, related surgical specialists, and radiology technologists.
Physician Continuing Medical Statement:
The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 27.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Day 1 : 4.5
Day 2 : 7.0
Day 3: 4.5
Day 4: 7.0
Day 5: 4.5
The total hours covered in each modality include:
CT: 21.75 | MR: 23.0 | PET: 4.25 | Angio: 0.5 | US: 0.5
Join Penn Radiology at the Fairmont Pacific Rim in beautiful, family friendly Vancouver, British Columbia. This course will focus on practical information to build interpretative skills that allow the generation of succinct differential diagnostic considerations, appropriate reports and recommendations to our clinical colleagues and patients. It will cover timely, common topics in brain, head & neck, spine/MSK and chest/cardiac that we see around-the-clock. From arrival to our daily work places, to attending a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary clinical conferences, to our shifts after hours - you will be steady and ready! Image interpretation, modality advances, and protocol selection will be emphasized in a series of didactic presentations and interactive case-based sessions. Self-Assessment Modules (SAMS) qualified by the ABR will be offered daily. And... explore the outdoors, have steak on the lake, or run in the sun for fun.
• Discuss the MR and CT appearance of abnormalities in the brain, spine, neck, and joints
• Identify arterial and venous cerebral infarction
• Identify and describe the imaging appearance of pathology affecting the paranasal sinuses, aerodigestive tract, sellar and parasellar region
• Effectively utilize US and CT in the evaluation of the thyroid nodules
• Apply the updated guidelines for recommending fine-needle aspiration, molecular testing and follow up imaging of thyroid nodules
• Describe the normal and abnormal MR appearance of shoulder, elbow, spine and skeletal muscle pathology and injuries
• Effectively utilize CT in lung cancer screening
• Use the LungRads reporting system for nodules detected on lung cancer screening
• Describe the specific characteristics of pleural disease and focal pulmonary lesions
• Identify and discuss common radiologic misses and interpretative errors
- CME : 27.5
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