Recorded Webinars


Recored Webinar | Leveraging Next-Generation Tools for Enterprise-Level Data Set Creation

Presented by:

Peter McCaffrey, MD Sina Aslan, PhD

Healthcare institutions house vast amounts of imaging data that can fuel valuable collaborations with researchers and commercial entities; however, it takes considerable resources and lead time to create these data sets and share them in compliant and efficient ways. Dr. Peter McCaffrey at the University of Texas Medical Branch has implemented a platform for streamlining the creation of both radiology and pathology data sets, enabling more efficient collaborations both inside and outside the UT system. As a result, grant and publication timelines are accelerated, grant applications are more successful, and the health system’s data is being used in innovative new models.

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IN CASE YOU MISSED THE WEBINAR BELOW | RECORDED VERSION NOW AVAILABLE | Complimentary A CE Credit Provided | Opportunities Beyond R.T. – Career Pathway Enhancement | If you missed the Complimentary Webinar below, you can now view a recorded version of that same presentation! | Sponsored by Guerbet | Special Thank You to all Radiologic Technologists for everything you do!

PRESENTED BY:

Jacqueline K. Peccerillo, BS, R.T.(R)(CT)(BD)(PET)
Radiography Clinical Coordinator
Instructor of Radiography

Health care is an interdisciplinary field, and R.T.s are exposed to a wealth of alternative modalities and employment opportunities. Which ones should you choose and how do you move into a new role? By researching the current job market, R.T.s can analyze trending opportunities and profitable positions. After identifying opportunities, a self-assessment must be performed to determine goals, strengths, and weaknesses.

In this complimentary recorded webinar, Professor Jacqueline Peccerillo, R.T. (R)(CT)(BD)(PET), shares actionable strategies to uncover opportunities for professional growth and perform self-assessments to identify fitting opportunities. Professor Peccerillo also shares vignettes describing the journeys that other R.T.s have taken to reach their goals to help attendees take the next steps towards the wisest and most fitting career pathway enhancements.

Approved by the ASRT for Category A continuing education credit.

This CE activity may be available in multiple formats or from different CE sponsors. ARRT does not allow self-learning CE activities (e.g., Internet courses, home study programs, directed readings) to be repeated for CE credit in the same CE biennium.

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IN CASE YOU MISSED THE WEBINAR BELOW | RECORDED VERSION NOW AVAILABLE | Complimentary A CE Credit Provided | MRI Risk Assessment of Implants & Foreign Bodies | If you missed the Complimentary Webinar below, you can now view a recorded version of that same presentation! | Sponsored by Guerbet | Special Thank You to all Radiologic Technologists for everything you do!

PRESENTED BY:

Tobias Gilk, MRSO, MRSE

Apart from no-show patients, clearing patients with implants, medical devices, or foreign bodies is one of the most time-consuming and delay-producing aspects of MRI care. In this presentation Toby Gilk will walk through the various legal duties and limitations relative to authorizing patients with foreign bodies to proceed with an MRI exam, with examples of both appropriate and inappropriate guiding policies.

Next, Mr. Gilk will walk you through ‘untangling’ the risks of scanning patients with devices, reducing one unsolvable mess into identifiable separate risks associated with the three different electromagnetic fields of the MRI: Static Magnetic Field; Time-Varying Gradients; and Radiofrequency Magnetic Fields. Finally, he’ll provide you with a simplified risk-assessment tool that can help evaluate potential risks of harm for every possible implant, device, shrapnel or foreign body.

Approved by the ASRT for Category A continuing education credit.

This CE activity may be available in multiple formats or from different CE sponsors. ARRT does not allow self-learning CE activities (e.g., Internet courses, home study programs, directed readings) to be repeated for CE credit in the same CE biennium.

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Pediatric to Bariatric Imaging: Managing their unique complexities with Spectral-Detector CT
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Sponsored by Philips
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PRESENTED BY:

Dianna Bardo, MD
University of Arizona School of Medicine
Gopal Punjabi, MD
Chair, Department of Radiology, Hennepin Healthcare Minneapolis MN

Spectral-Detector CT has made a significant mark in imaging across all patient populations from Pediatric to Bariatric and has made unexpected and incidental findings, suboptimal contrast enhancement, blooming artifacts (calcified plaques, stents, etc.), Low eGFR and Metal implant complexities challenges of the past.

This is an Expert Forum Webinar with Dr. Dianna Bardo and Dr. Gopal Punjabi who share their experience utilizing Spectral-Detector CT and its clinical support tools to overcome the unique complexities and challenges that come when imaging pediatric and bariatric patients. They discuss their path in introducing this technology to their departments, and give examples of how it has helped them overcome imaging and diagnostic challenges with these unique patient types such as reducing contrast and radiation dose, eliminate repeat scans, subsequent imaging and follow up scans, optimize and standardize workflow, and enhance patient and staff experience. Click below to view the recorded version and learn how you can apply similar results to your own departments.

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The latest clinical trends in cardiac CT and MR, recent COVID-19 workflow implications and the power of Advanced Visualization and AI for related analysis
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Sponsored by Philips
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PRESENTED BY:

Dr. Tim Leiner is Professor of Radiology and holds the Chair in Cardiovascular Imaging at Utrecht University Medical Center, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Jonathon A. Leipsic, MD, FRCPC, MSCCT, is the Chairman of the Department of Radiology for Providence Health Care, Vancouver Coastal Health, Canada. Kevin Lev is a Marketing Director for Advanced Visualization and AI Solutions at Philips.

Recently, mounting clinical evidence confirming the accuracy, prognostic value, and role of CT and MR cardiac imaging in guiding clinical management has led to a shift in the guidelines. Now, cardiac CT and MR are recommended to provide first-line diagnostic insights in different clinical questions.

This webinar will elaborate on the latest clinical trends in cardiac CT (focusing on coronary artery disease) and MR, and how imaging workflows have been affected by the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

Finally, this session will touch upon the latest enhancements in automation, throughput and AI tooling in Advanced Visualization platforms supporting cardiac CT and MR analysis.

Webinar Learning Objectives

  • Learn about the latest trends in cardiac CT & MR imaging
  • Learn about the COVID-19 impact on cardiac CT & MR imaging
  • Advanced Visualization offerings in the fields of cardiac CT & MR analysis
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