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Fall Mini-Fellowships at the ACR Education Center

Earn CME and SAM Credits
September 2018 | October 2018

September 2018

Coronary CT Angiography

September 6–8, 2018

Earn up to 33.25 CME and 25 SAM Credits

Receive intensive training in interpreting coronary CTA examinations under the supervision of expert faculty. Access nearly 100 cases and use workstations with the same vendor software as in your own practice. Most cases include clinical scenarios as well as coronary catheter angiography correlation. The course also covers technical considerations for obtaining optimal examinations for interpretation.

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ACR/Dartmouth PET/CT

September 10–12, 2018

Earn up to 34 CME Credits and 25 SAM Credits

Interpret more than 150 oncologic PET/CT scans during this three-day preceptorship designed to provide practicing radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians with an intensive, hands-on experience in reading PET/CT. Each multiple-scan interpretation session concludes with a detailed review of the key findings.

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Breast Imaging Bootcamp

September 13–15, 2018

Earn up to 34.25 CME and 25 SAM Credits

Develop your interpretive expertise in the evaluation of mammography studies through hands-on interpretation of over 240 digital screening and diagnostic mammograms at your own individual PACS digital workstation.

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Breast MR

September 17–18, 2018

Earn up to 22.75 CME and 21 SAM Credits

This 100-case, two-day course is designed to provide practicing radiologists with an intensive, hands-on experience in reading breast MRI. Develop your interpretive skills through extensive case review from individual workstations. In addition, hands-on MRI guided biopsy workshops will provide training in accurate and safe MRI guided biopsy techniques.

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Neuroradiology

September 24–26, 2018

Earn up to 35 CME and 25 SAM Credits

This three-day head and neck neuroradiology course will address all of the difficult anatomy and pathology of the head and neck. The material will include predominantly CT and MR imaging with advanced application techniques also applied to ultrasound and PET/CT. Emphasis will be placed on the TNM staging of cancers of the aerodigestive system, the intricate anatomy of the sinonasal cavity, lesions that arise from the cross the skull base, and deep space tumors of the neck. Plus, discover the most common sources of anxiety: lesions of the temporal bone, the brachial plexus and the teeth.

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October 2018

CT Colonography

October 1–2, 2018

Earn up to 21.5 CME and 13 SAM Credits

Learn the technique, performance and interpretation of CTC through supervised review of over 50 cases. The course will also provide a forum for discussing research initiatives, regulatory issues and the reimbursement environment.

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High Resolution CT of the Chest

October 3–5, 2018

Earn up to 34.25 CME and 25 SAM Credits

Developed in conjunction with the Society of Thoracic Radiology and the Fleischner Society, this three-day course is designed to provide practicing radiologists with the skills and understanding necessary to interpret high resolution CT of the chest in diffuse infiltrative lung diseases. Participants will receive lectures on specific aspects of HRCT interspersed with hands-on interpretation of related cases. The integration of clinical, radiologic, and pathologic information will also be discussed.

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Abdominal Imaging

October 9–11, 2018

Earn up to 35 CME and 25 SAM Credits

Learn to improve your abdominal imaging service. Explore up-to-date CT protocols, the latest guidelines on managing incidentalomas, how to report complex post-operative CT, and how to customize reporting templates for cancer staging, with special reference to what the surgeon needs to know. Course faculty will offer unique approaches to reporting many CT findings which are seen daily, such as dilated bile ducts, small volume nodes, misty mesentery. Additional topics include:

  • “Do not miss” cases in the major abdominal organs
  • How to deal with focal liver, pancreas, adrenal and kidney lesions
  • Pitfalls in liver, pancreas and kidney imaging
  • Pitfalls in postoperative CT 
  • Newer CT technology, including dual energy CT

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Body and Pelvic MR

October 12–14, 2018

Earn up to 35 CME and 25 SAM Credits

Learn the most common indications for abdominal and pelvic MR — imaging of the liver, pancreas, pelvis and the kidneys. This course is designed to provide intensive learning for a range of radiologists, from the general practitioner to the moderately advanced MRI expert

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Cardiac MR

October 19 - 21, 2018

Earn up to 34.25 CME and 25 SAM Credits

Review over 150 cardiac MR and vascular MR angiography case and enjoy focused learning on post-processing techniques and interpretation. This course also covers technical considerations for obtaining optimal examinations for interpretation.

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Emergency Radiology

October 29 - 31, 2018

Earn up to 35 CME and 25 SAM Credits

Gain intensive, hands-on experience in imaging interpretation of traumatic and non-traumatic emergencies. Review over 300 emergent examinations covering all organ systems and modalities commonly encountered in the emergency radiology setting. Through participation in multiple interpretation sessions under the supervision of expert faculty, participants develop a higher level of expertise and confidence in emergent imaging. Formal lectures cover the core concepts, organized by organ system.

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