Special Interest Sessions Highlight Current Issues in Radiology
Monday, Nov. 28, 2016
The RSNA Board of Directors has determined these courses to be of particular importance, and increased audience interest is expected. All courses are presented from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today.
Presenters will review the continuing need for educational campaigns and provide insights for organizational success of such campaigns. They will discuss the impact to date of the Image Gently®, Image Wisely® and EuroSafe campaigns and report on the Dose Index Registry.
This session provides tools to align radiology practices with the value-over-volume approach to patient care. Hear first-hand accounts of a patient and radiologists about the importance of patient-centered care and how to make changes to your practice.
Presenters will define the clinical features of psychosis and schizophrenia, describe the underlying biological abnormalities and discuss how advanced imaging techniques can assist in the evaluation of patients with psychosis. A panel discussion will address the role of imaging in research and patient care with an emphasis on the first episode of schizophrenia.
Learn the role of the Quantitative Imaging Biomarkers Alliance (QIBA®) in facilitating the practice of precision medicine and understand the QIBA process and deliverables.
Presenters will discuss the role of interventional radiologists in multidisciplinary cancer care teams and as key players in the decision-making process. Quality assurance procedures and the importance of patient-reported outcomes will also be discussed.
Presenters will discuss how improved systems and partnerships with referring physicians can lead to better adherence with regular breast screening. Processes to ensure accurate breast cancer risk assessment for all patients will also be covered.
Learn about venture capitalist funding as an alternative to traditional research funding options. Participating researchers will take part in an interactive session modeled after the popular television show "Shark Tank." Tips for creating a proposal and protecting intellectual property will be covered. Look for full coverage of this session in Wednesday's Daily Bulletin.
Three late-breaking clinical trials, selected for their significant contributions to radiology research, will be discussed:
- Impact of Repeat Injections on Outcomes Following Epidural Injection of Either Corticosteroid and Lidocaine Versus Lidocaine Alone
- Myometric Data Derived from Routine CT Examinations Predict Adverse Post-Extubation Outcomes in Critically Ill Patients
- A Randomized Trial Comparing Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography and Stress Echocardiography in Low-to-Intermediate Risk Emergency Department Patients with Chest Pain