OAMRS Virtual CT Symposium | November 5, 2022

You won't want to miss this year's Virtual CT Symposium as we host experts from across North America who discuss the latest techniques and protocols in CT. Join experts such as Dr. Saira Siddiqui, Dr. Timothy Szczykutowicz, Mary Ellen Jafari, Dr. Benjamin Wedro and Jeff Frimeth for a packed session on CT topics.

 

At this year's CT Symposium, attendees will be treated to a full day of learning that includes how to manage hundreds of CT protocols and avoid errors, technological methods for acquiring dual and multi-energy CT exams, what you need to know about DICOM and the challenges and considerations when performing cardiac CT. We'll see you there. Register today!

2022 OAMRS Virtual CT Symposium Agenda

Total: 5.5 CE Hours/5 ASRT CME Credits

8:45 am - 9 am

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Ontario Association of Medical Radiation Sciences (OAMRS)

0.25 CE Hours

0.0 ASRT CME Credits

9 am - 10 am

A Practical Guide to Pediatric Cardiac CT

Dr. Saira Siddiqui, MD, FACC; Atlantic Health System, Morristown Medical Center

Dr. Siddiqui is a Pediatric Cardiologist specializing in the development of non-invasive cardiac imaging techniques at Morristown Medical Center in New Jersey. For her presentation, Dr. Siddiqui will give a practical guide to pediatric cardiac CT. Her focus will be on reviewing pediatric-specific challenges and considerations when performing cardiac CT and discussing how to minimize radiation exposure while optimizing imaging in children. Throughout the presentation, Dr. Siddiqui will provide examples of pediatric-specific cardiac CT protocols. 

1.0 CE Hours

1.0 ASRT CME Credits

10 am - 10:15 am

Break  

10:15 am - 11:15 am

Clinical Decision Making and Imaging Utilization

Dr. Benjamin Wedro, MD, FACEP, FAAEM; Department of Emergency Medicine, Gundersen Clinic, La Crosse, Wisconsin

Dr. Ben Wedro practices Emergency Medicine at Gundersen Clinic, a regional trauma and tertiary referral centre in La Crosse, Wisconsin. For his presentation, Dr. Wedro will review the technology advancements that allow medical providers the opportunity to detect and assess illness, injury and disease. Using case examples, the presentation will discuss the history of diagnostic procedures and will review relevant anatomy, physiology and the rules and guidelines regarding diagnostic ordering. 

1.0 CE Hours

1.0 ASRT CME Credits

11:15 am - 11:30 am

Break

 

 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

One Step at a Time: Managing Hundreds of CT Protocols

Dr. Timothy P. Szczykutowicz, PhD, DARB; Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Dr. Szczykutowicz is an Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He specializes in CT, researching everything from CT reconstruction algorithms to protocol management and protocol optimization. In his upcoming presentation, Dr. Szczykutowicz will share details on practical steps for managing large amounts of CT protocols to keep workflow running smoothly.

1.0 CE Hours

1.0 ASRT CME Credits

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Lunch

 

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

 

Dual and Multi-Energy CT Principles and Applications

Mary Ellen Jafari, MS, DABR, MRSE, MRSO, FACR, FAAPM; Diagnostic Medical Physicist, Atlantic Health System, Morristown, New Jersey

Mary Ellen Jafari is a Diagnostic Medical Physicist for Atlantic Health System in Morristown, New Jersey. In this presentation, Mary Ellen will help attendees understand and be able to explain the physical principles for dual and multi-energy CT imaging as well as describe the different technological methods for acquiring dual and multi-energy CT exams.

 

1.0 CE Hours

1.0 ASRT CME Credits

 2:30 pm - 2:45 pm  

Break

 

2:45 pm - 3:45 pm

 

What (I Believe) Every CT Technologist Should Know About DICOM

Jeff Frimeth, M.sc, MCCPM, CIIP, MRSO (MRSCTM),  MRSE (MRSCTM), CDIP; President & Chief Medical Physicist, JF Medical Physics Inc.

Jeff Frimeth is President and Chief Medical Physicist of JF Medical Physics. He is a Diagnostic Radiological Medical Physicist specializing in working with facilities in establishing, maintaining and improving image quality and radiation safety. In his presentation, Jeff will provide a general overview of the DICOM standard such as why it was created and a typical workflow scheme in a Diagnostic Imaging department. He will also explain how DICOM can be used for troubleshooting and radiation dose issues. 

1.0 CE Hours

1.0 ASRT CME Credits

 
 3:45 pm - 4 pm

Concluding Remarks - OAMRS

0.25 CE Hours

0 ASRT CME Credits              

 

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When
11/5/2022 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time
Where
ON CANADA
Spots available
1454
 

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