The Low Dose CT Symposium will be an excellent opportunity to gain understanding of the current thinking about how to lower dose in CT scanning without compromising the diagnostic power of CT. Radiologists, physicists, and senior technologists are combining their knowledge and experience in multiple 20-minute talks about Low Dose CT technique, covering all aspects of protocols, technique, and ordering appropriateness for use of CT.
The half-day symposium is taking place October 2, 2010, in Seattle at the University of Washington Health Sciences’ Turner Auditorium, D-209. Registration is required to attend. Attendance is free, but a $25/50 charge applies to those attendees requesting CME credit.
Note for attendees: We’ve already been approved for 3.5 AMA CME Category 1 credits for the activity; ASRT credits pending.
Here’s a guick look at the agenda:
|8:30am||Welcome||William Shuman, MD, FACR|
|8:40am||Why the Unexamined CT Can Be Very High Dose||Kalpana Kanal, PhD|
|9:00am||Low Dose CT Technique||William Shuman, MD, FACR|
|9:20am||Low Dose CT in the Abdomen: Practical Applications||Carlos Cuevas, MD|
|9:40am||Low Dose Techniques for Vascular CT||Lee Mitusmori, MD|
|10:20am||Low Dose CT: The Technologist’s Perspective||Mario Ramos RT,CT|
|10:40am||Low Dose Cardiac CT — Coronary Arteries, Whole Chest, and Beyond||Kelley Branch, MD|
|11:00am||Educating Patients about Radiation||Janet Busey, MS|
|11:20am||Low Dose CT in the Acute Care Setting||Martin Gunn, MD|
|11:40am||The Future of Low Dose CT||Paul Kinahan, MD|
|12:00-12:30pm||Questions and Panel Discussion|
Hope to see you there!