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What Diagnostic Radiologists Need to Kno...

What Diagnostic Radiologists Need to Know about Radiation Oncology.
Time: 2:00 PM- 3:30 PM Author: Stephanie A. Terezakis, Ruth F. Lavigne, Maximilian Diehn, and Dwight E. Heron Code: RC118 Objective: This session has four sections. The first is Basic Concepts in Radiation Oncology, which discusses the terminology used in the principles and practice of radiation oncology. Attendees will learn how radiologic imaging is incorporated into radiation...

Current Activities of the Radiology Resi...

Current Activities of the Radiology Residency Review Committee.
Time: 8:30 PM: 10:00 PM Author: E. Stephen Amis, MD, and Missy Fleming Code: RC202 Objective: Attendees will learn about the Program requirements in diagnostic radiology that became effective July 1, 2010. They will also get updated on what is expected with regard to integrating the six basic competencies into resident education. The session discusses how the ACGME is dealing with the...

RSNA/ESR: Essentials in Oncologic Imagin...

RSNA/ESR: Essentials in Oncologic Imaging: What Radiologists Need to Know: Part II.
Time: 2:00 PM – 5:45 PM Code: SR42 Objective: This session provides a practical, clinically-relevant summary of key imaging issues in common cancers using an interactive, case-based approach. It also provides an overview of current cancer-related terminology, definitions and ‘buzz’ words used in everyday practice. Attendees will learn how imaging can optimally assess and measure...

RSNA/ESR: Essentials in Oncologic Imagin...

RSNA/ESR: Essentials in Oncologic Imaging—What Radiologists Need to Know: Part I.
Time: 8:30 AM- 12:15 PM Code: SR41 Objective: The main objective of this session is to provide a practical, clinically-relevant summary of key imaging issues in common cancers using an interactive, case-based approach. It will also provide an overview of current cancer-related terminology, definitions and ‘buzz’ words used in everyday practice. Attendees will learn how imaging can...

The Continuing Evolution of the Radiolog...

The Continuing Evolution of the Radiologist Assistant in the Medical Imaging Environment.
Time: 5:00 PM- 6:00 PM Author: Christine J. Lung, CAE, and Paul H. Ellenbogen, MD Code: RA14 Objective: Attendees will learn more about the history of the Radiologist Assistant (RA) intent and scope of practice. They will be provided with up-to-date regarding the current regulatory and reimbursement issues facing the...

Philips Healthcare: iSite Advanced Clini...

Philips Healthcare: iSite Advanced Clinical Applications.
Time: 4:30 PM- 5:30 PM Code: BA14 Objective: In this workshop, attendees will learn how iSite users can analyze Computed Tomography (CT) data using advanced clinical applications software on iSite PACS to quantify and qualify clinical findings. Other features also include tracking lesion behavior over time, post treatment, surgery, etc. This workshop is ideal for radiologists,...

Monitoring Radiation Exposure: Standards...

Monitoring Radiation Exposure: Standards, Tools and IHE REM.
Time: 4:00 PM- 5:30 PM Author: Kevin O’Donnell Code: II12 Objective: This session reviews integration challenges involved in Monitoring Radiation Exposure. Attendees will learn about the relevant data standards. They will also understand how the IHE Radiation Exposure Monitoring (REM) Profile and related efforts address those challenges based on standards. Attendees are going to...

Vascular Interventional Cases: The Radio...

Vascular Interventional Cases: The Radiologist Approach to Patients in the Vascular Suite.
Time: 3:15 PM- 4:45 PM Author: Jeffrey Crowley, BS, RRA, and Jeffrey Carlton Howard, MD Code: RA13 Objective: This session includes an introduction to the interventional radiology suite, specifically defining the clinical responsibility of the radiologist assistant as well as the radiologist. Attendees will understand proper placement and clinical management of central venous...

Philips Healthcare: RIS/PACS.

Philips Healthcare: RIS/PACS.
Time: 3:00 PM- 4:00 PM Code: BA13 Objective: Attendees will have the opportunity to use XIRIS, Philips’s web-based RIS. They will experience the entire continuum of patient care in the radiology environment from scheduling to report distribution. attendees will practice first-hand: the various workflow options; its role based task work-lists; the radiologists’ reading...

Pediatric Radiology Series: Neuroimaging...

Pediatric Radiology Series: Neuroimaging II.
Time: 2:00 PM- 3:30 PM Author: Susan I. Blaser, MD, and Bernadette L. Koch, MD Code: VP12 Objective: This session includes two sections. The first one is MR Imaging without Sedation, which discusses the use of multiple distraction techniques in order to decrease the need for sedation/anesthesia in children undergoing MR Imaging. Attendees will learn to appreciate the advantages and...

Developing a Website: Introduction to Co...

Developing a Website: Introduction to Content Management Systems (Hands-on Workshop)
Time: 2:00 PM- 3:30 PM Author: Daniel Paul Barboriak, MD, and Jared Dean Christensen, MD Code: RC154 Objective: Attendees will understand how content management systems can be used to organize, maintain and administer dynamic content for web pages. The session reviews the fundamental elements of website design including content organization, layout, navigation and interactivity....

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