Great Pine Ridge Section Spring Education Day
Mar 30, 2019 08:00AM to Mar 30, 2019 03:00PM
LHEARN Centre Auditorium Lakeridge Health Oshawa
General Imaging and Women’s Health “Ultrasound”
My talk will focus on the many aspects of the digital landscape in Healthcare today. I have found this to be quite a disruptive topic and in my mid a topic well worth discussing.
Please note….my talk truly emphasizes how connected we are in all aspects of life…and how fast that connectedness is moving into Healthcare. However….my last slide truly speaks to how nice it can be to disconnect. It’s my wife feeding some deer when we were in the Scottish Highlands last year. And we were very disconnected from everything…no cell signals or internet….amazing time! Thought it would be a nice way to finish things off.
Air Quality Index, Radon and Extreme Heat Guidelines
The Air Quality Index Scale, what it is and how to protect your health by limiting your short- term exposure to air pollution and limiting your activity level.
Radon Gas exposure dosimetry, inhalation and digestion effects and understanding the biological mechanisms that can lead to carcinogenesis.
Extreme Heat Temperatures AND high humidity pose a significant risk to Ontarians. Beware of the risks and who is at risk and what actions can be taken to prevent a heat-related illness or death.
Global Outreach in Imaging Informatics and an Overview of Ontario's Regional Diagnostic Repository
An overview of HDIRS, Ontario’s Diagnostic Repository, what it is and how it benefits everyone in Healthcare (perspectives of the regional DI repositories in Ontario) and the Global Outreach experience In Ghana. His, Jason’s, experience in implementing a Radiology Information System (RIS) for Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital workflow efficiency in Accra, Ghana.
Lunch and OAMRS Section Meeting
The key components of the appropriate legislation and regulations that govern the practice of members of CMRTO in Ontario. The key components being: Legislation, Standards of Practice, Quality Assurance, Orders, Abuse Prevention, Confidentiality and Privacy, and Consent.
Good Death: A Canadian Perspective