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Grand Slams & Catastrophes Course

10 Fév 2023 à 11 Fév 2023

By popular demand, the Grand Slams & Catastrophes Course will be back for a seventh edition on February 10-11, 2023 at the Chateau Fairmount in Whistler, BC.
This M&M based course allows participants to discuss cases brought by the moderators, or by the participants themselves. The concept of this event is to have a small audience, in order to maximize the interaction, we aim to allow everyone to learn from each other and exchange in a cozy environment.

Contact : siri.boulom@cairweb.ca

British Columbia
Certificate Program
Conferences/Educational Sessions
Échographie
En direct
Lecture(s)
Résonance magnétique
Technologie de radiologie
Uncategorized
Pour en savoir plus

Social Determinants of Health

04 Mar 2023

Objectives:

  1. Define what the term social determinants of health means.
  2. Provide an overview of the Canadian situation regarding the social determinants of health.
  3. Show how the quality and equitable distribution of the social determinants of health are shaped by public policy.
  4. Identify the implications of the social determinants of health for preventing and treating illness.
  5. Provides means by which health professionals can work to improve the social determinants of health situation in Canada.

Contact : valhamouche@vcaeducation.ca

Dosimétrie
Échographie
Éducateurs
En direct
Imagerie du sein
IRM
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Uncategorized
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

CT Image Reconstruction and AI

04 Mar 2023

OBJECTIVES
On completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
1 Identify and describe the major system components of a CT scanner
2 Define the terms “image reconstruction” and “algorithm”
3 Identify major image reconstruction algorithms
4 Describe the main features of the FBP Algorithm
5 State the limitations of the FBP Algorithm in Low Dose CT Imaging
6 Define the terms “Iteration” and “Algorithm”
7 State the meaning of the term “system modeling”
8 Identify IR algorithms with and without modeling
9 Outline the technical features of a typical IR Algorithm
10 State the limitations of IR algorithms
11 Define the terms Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning; and Deep Learning
12 Identify terms related to DL
13 Identify two commercially available DL-based Image Reconstruction Algorithms
14 Describe the essential features of GEs TrueFildelity DL-Based Algorithm

Contact : valhamouche@vcaeducation.ca

Éducateurs
En direct
Leadership/gestion
Radio-oncologie
Sécurité et gestion du patient
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Uncategorized
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

Social Determinants of Health

04 Mar 2023

Objectives:

  1. Define what the term social determinants of health means.
  2. Provide an overview of the Canadian situation regarding the social determinants of health.
  3. Show how the quality and equitable distribution of the social determinants of health are shaped by public policy.
  4. Identify the implications of the social determinants of health for preventing and treating illness.
  5. Provides means by which health professionals can work to improve the social determinants of health situation in Canada.

Contact : valhamouche@vcaeducation.ca

Dosimétrie
Échographie
Éducateurs
En direct
Imagerie du sein
IRM
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
Uncategorized
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

CT Image Reconstruction and AI

04 Mar 2023

OBJECTIVES
On completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
1 Identify and describe the major system components of a CT scanner
2 Define the terms “image reconstruction” and “algorithm”
3 Identify major image reconstruction algorithms
4 Describe the main features of the FBP Algorithm
5 State the limitations of the FBP Algorithm in Low Dose CT Imaging
6 Define the terms “Iteration” and “Algorithm”
7 State the meaning of the term “system modeling”
8 Identify IR algorithms with and without modeling
9 Outline the technical features of a typical IR Algorithm
10 State the limitations of IR algorithms
11 Define the terms Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning; and Deep Learning
12 Identify terms related to DL
13 Identify two commercially available DL-based Image Reconstruction Algorithms
14 Describe the essential features of GEs TrueFildelity DL-Based Algorithm

Contact : valhamouche@vcaeducation.ca

Éducateurs
En direct
Leadership/gestion
Radio-oncologie
Sécurité et gestion du patient
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Uncategorized
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

Countering Racism in the Healthcare Workplace

18 Mar 2023

Objectives:

  • Clearly identify discriminatory behaviour and communication
  • Use tools to confront undesirable interaction
  • Recognize individual and organizational responsibility in order to advocate for meaningful and sustainable remedies to inequity and injustice
  • Take care of their own well-being while navigating such challenges

Contact : valhamouche@vcaeducation.ca

Dosimétrie
Échographie
Éducateurs
En direct
Imagerie du sein
IRM
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Uncategorized
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

Mental Health – Science-based Mindfulness for Health and Achievement

25 Mar 2023

The main objectives of this live webinar:

  • To demonstrate applications of mindfulness investigations to everyday life goals;
  • To demonstrate the applicability of mindfulness investigations to long term health.

Contact : valhamouche@vcaeducation.ca

Dosimétrie
Échographie
Éducateurs
En direct
Imagerie du sein
IRM
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Uncategorized
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

CSBI 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting: Multidisciplinary Updates in Breast Imaging

01 Avr 2023

This Annual Scientific Meeting is presented by the Canadian Society of Breast Imaging in partnership with The University of Ottawa’s Department of Radiology, Radiation Oncology and Medical Physics. The ASM will present the progress made in the diagnosis and management of breast cancer using advanced imaging techniques. Presentations will cover updates in diagnosis, imaging, application of artificial intelligence in early breast cancer diagnosis and workup of breast cancer and its various clinical presentations. Topics of interest for trainees and technologists are included. Presentations will also include CSBI’s Patient Engagement Working Group and the peer review process in breast imaging.

Contact : info@csbi.ca

Conferences/Educational Sessions
Échographie
Éducateurs
En direct
En direct
Enregistrés
Imagerie du sein
IRM
Lecture(s)
Résonance magnétique
Soins oncologiques
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

Certification TMD Classe 7 Matieres Radioactives par route

01 Mai 2023

Maitriser les règlements qui régissent le transport de matières radioactives par route.
Comprendre la classification des matières dangereuses.
Choisir l’emballage approprié pour le transport de matières de classe 7.
Apposer les signes d’avertissements obligatoires sur les colis radioactifs.
Suivre les procédures concernant la réception, la gestion et l’envoi de colis radioactifs.
Suivre les procédures en cas de situation d’urgence.

Contact : rakamen@synergyqmp.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
Médecine nucléaire
Sécurité et gestion du patient
TEP/TDM
Pour en savoir plus

Cardiac Stress Testing

This course is aimed at providing the knowledge and skills required for healthcare professionals to provide entry level supervision during cardiac stress testing. The content of the course includes information regarding patient pre-test assessment, stress test protocols, monitoring during the stress test and termination criteria.
The course is a blend of three, self-directed learning modules and a fourth module that includes simulated cases.

Contact : ce@michener.ca

Cours
Éducateurs
Étude à la maison
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Pour en savoir plus

X-Ray Safety Officer Refresher (XSOR)

This is a one-day instructor-led course for those who have previously taken the three-day X-Ray Safety Officer Course and wish to refresh their knowledge. The course consists of a group activity and six presentations: Radiation and X-Ray Production, Radiation Quantities and Units, Health
Effects and Radiation Protection, Regulations, X-Ray System and Imaging, Radiation Detection Instrumentation. A certificate is awarded to all participants who attend the full day, there is no exam. The course instructional time is roughly 6 hours.

Contact : thargreaves@radiationsafety.ca

Certificate Program
Dosimétrie
En direct
En direct
Imagerie du sein
Lecture(s)
Médecine nucléaire
Ontario
Pratiques
Radio-oncologie
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
Technologie de radiologie
Uncategorized
Pour en savoir plus

Radiation Safety Officer Course (RSO-1)

Students will receive certificate designed to provide qualifications for radiation safety personnel for companies and institutions using radioactive materials under Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) regulations. The course will enable attendees to understand radiation detection, instrumentation and dosimetry, biological and health effects of exposure to radiations, radiation protection principles and practices. This is a certificate course.

Contact : mcosta@radiationsafety.ca

British Columbia
Certificate Program
Dosimétrie
Éducateurs
En direct
Leadership/gestion
Lecture(s)
Médecine nucléaire
Ontario
Radio-oncologie
Saskatchewan
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Pour en savoir plus

Radiation Safety Officer Refresher Course (RSO-2)

This training is designed for RSO-1 graduates, reinforcing and reviving what was learned in the RSO-1 course as the CNSC recommends that certified RSOs update their knowledge every 3 years. Topics include radiation quantities and units; workplace radiation safety programs; organization and administration; emergency procedures; employee training; transportation of radioactive materials; workplace inspections and audits, regulatory agencies, licensing of nuclear substances and radiation devices and key section of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act.

Contact : mcosta@radiationsafety.ca

British Columbia
Certificate Program
Dosimétrie
Éducateurs
En direct
Leadership/gestion
Lecture(s)
Médecine nucléaire
Ontario
Radio-oncologie
Saskatchewan
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Pour en savoir plus

X-ray Safety Officer course (XSO-1)

This course is designed to prepare participants to take charge of an X-ray Safety Program and be responsible under provincial and federal regulations for the safety of employees exposed to x-rays at work. The program will cover protection principles and practices and key federal, provincial and territorial regulations; it will also include topics such as health effects of exposure, instrumentation, scattering and attenuation. All participants who successfully pass the exam will receive an XSO Certificate.

Contact : mcosta@radiationsafety.ca

British Columbia
Certificate Program
Dosimétrie
Éducateurs
En direct
Leadership/gestion
Lecture(s)
Médecine nucléaire
Ontario
Radio-oncologie
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
Technologie de radiologie
TEP/TDM
Pour en savoir plus

Patient Safety Culture

Healthcare professionals’ attitudes surrounding safety can have a profound impact on the outcomes of care.

The participant will:

  • Understand what patient safety culture is and why it is important
  • Identify the link to safety culture and quality of care
  • Describe the safety culture in their organization
  • Take home some concrete examples and messages about how they can improve safety in their organizations.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Enregistrés
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

CT Imaging 2 – Radiation Therapy

This course is designed for the radiation therapist and takes an in-depth look at CT anatomy of the female breast, male and female pelvis, and gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems, as well as CT imaging for skin cancers and emergency oncology protocols. It covers the most common radiation oncology CT planning scenarios as seen on CT Imaging, as well as other common pathologies; and provides examples of clinical protocols (CT, CT SIM and PET/CT or SPECT/CT) to assist in providing the optimal therapeutic exam.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Cours
Cours complèts de l'ACTRM
Dosimétrie
Étude à la maison
Radio-oncologie
Pour en savoir plus

Human Factors in Patient Safety

This course provides an excellent introduction to the core concepts of human factors in patient safety and principles of Human Factors Engineering (HFE). It addresses the inevitable problem of human fallibility and explains fundamental sensory, cognitive and motor limitations of humans that predispose them to error. This course examines vulnerabilities in complex work systems, offers practical strategies to prevent or reduce human errors, and outlines methods to systematically analyze adverse events and identify solutions to ensure safe, effective and efficient patient care.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Cours
Cours complèts de l'ACTRM
Éducateurs
Étude à la maison
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Pour en savoir plus

The Chest Image

This course is designed to provide the practicing medical radiation technologist with the knowledge to critically evaluate the chest image. Students will review the anatomical and technical aspects of the normal chest image and learn to evaluate the typical chest image, localize lesions, and recognize commonly seen pulmonary and cardiac disease processes.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Cours
Cours complèts de l'ACTRM
Étude à la maison
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Technologie de radiologie
Pour en savoir plus

Practical MR Physics

The underlying physics of magnetic resonance imaging is a topic of considerable importance since a basic understanding is necessary to accurately interpret and generate high quality MR images. Yet it can be a challenging topic in spite of the best efforts of both teachers and students of the subject. Practical MR Physics reviews the basic principles of MR using familiar language and explains the causes of common imaging artifacts and pitfalls.

Contact : info@gagece.com

Pour en savoir plus

PET/CT: The Value in Collaborative Patient Care and Radiation Therapy Planning

Following this recorded webinar, learners will be able to:

◾Why PET/CT scans can have a significant impact in radiation therapy planning and which patients would most benefit
◾When PET/CT scans could be combined with CT sim appointments, and how it is performed
◾Who participates in this multi-professional approach and what is their role in education and patient care management

Presenter: Rebekah Bahr, RTNM, PET Technologist, Functional Imaging PET/CT BC Cancer Agency- Vancouver Centre

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Conférences virtuelles
Étude à la maison
Médecine nucléaire
Sécurité et gestion du patient
TEP/TDM
Pour en savoir plus

CT Processing for Nuclear Medicine Technologists

Present various CT processing activities as they apply to nuclear cardiology and general imaging.

Objectives:
– Optimize CT acquisition and processing settings for common SPECT/CT studies
– Examine factors that influence CT image quality when using low dose CT settings
– Summarize SPECT/CT exposures incurred by patients for attenuation correction and anatomic localization

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Conférences virtuelles
Étude à la maison
Médecine nucléaire
Sécurité et gestion du patient
TDM
Pour en savoir plus

Incident Reporting

Presenter: Matthew Harbin (BMS) and Mona Delisle (Alberta Health Services)

After attending this webinar, learners will understand:
• Patient Safety and Error Management
• Patient Safety Culture/Just culture
• Incident Investigations
• Professional Liability

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Échographie
Enregistrés
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

Applications of 3D Printing in Medical Radiation Technology & Diagnostic Imaging

No continuing education / Category A credit assigned to this presentation.

Presenter: Curtis Pastorius (Canadian Additive Manufacturing Solutions, CAMS)

Learning Objectives:
– 3D Printing technology today
– Application concepts for 3DP in radiology
– First hand VR experience

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Conférences virtuelles
Échographie
Éducateurs
Étude à la maison
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Pour en savoir plus

Enabling Quality Management in Diagnostic Imaging with QATrack+

Presenter: Ran Klein, PhD Elec. Eng., The Ottawa Hospital

Learning objectives:
1) Overview of quality control, quality assurance and quality management.
2) Discuss challenges with recording and analyzing quality metrics.
3) Describe QATrack+ as an effective tool for quality assurance.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Échographie
Éducateurs
Enregistrés
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

MRT Week 2019 – Bringing Your Ambition to Work

Presenter: Andrea Janzen, Certified Executive Coach through Royal Roads University and an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation

In this session we will:
• Unpack what ambition means to you.
• Explore how you can incorporate your values into your work every day.

Participants will walk away with:
• An understanding of their core values
• A plan to start honouring their values at work
• Accountability to take action and implement what they learned

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Cours
Échographie
Éducateurs
Étude à la maison
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Pour en savoir plus

Transition vers le PNC 2019 pour les TRM au Canada

Présentatrices :
Carrie Bru, Directrice de l’éducation, ACTRM
Sarah Ingmundsun, Directrice EQual, Agrément Canada

Objectifs:
Explorer le profil national de compétences pour l’accès à la profession de TRM au Canada nouvellement révisé
Discuter des raisons derrière la décision de passer à un nouveau cadre de compétences
Examiner les principaux changements et discuter des conséquences pour l’agrément

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Éducateurs
Enregistrés
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

Should SRS be Considered for Salvage of Intracranial Recurrence in Small Cell Lung Cancer?

Presenter: Brooklyn Mazure, BSc, MRT(T)

Learning Objectives:
Prophylactic cranial irradiation (PCI) remains a standard of care for small cell lung cancer (SCLC) to improve survival and prevent recurrence in limited (LS) and extensive stage (ES) disease. Intracranial recurrence (IR) after PCI affects 12-45%. Limited data exist describing outcomes of salvage brain reirradiation (ReRT). We performed a population-based review of outcomes after intracranial recurrence in SCLC.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Éducateurs
Enregistrés
Leadership/gestion
Radio-oncologie
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Soins oncologiques
Webinaires
Pour en savoir plus

Le cycle de vie du sein féminin

Ce cours d’autoformation rapide permet d’explorer le sein féminin et les changements développementaux et fonctionnels qui se produisent dans les seins au cours d’une vie, pendant l’enfance, la puberté, les années de procréation, la ménopause et la vieillesse.

Une emphase est mise sur l’influence des hormones dans le corps, incluant les hormones artificielles, et sur la manière dont elles influencent le développement, le fonctionnement et l’atrophie des seins, au cours de la vie d’une femme.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Cours
Étude à la maison
Imagerie du sein
Technologie de radiologie
Pour en savoir plus

On the Ball: Orthopedic Ball Marking for Hip Arthroplasty

No continuing education / Category A credit assigned to this presentation.

Presenters: Carly Nelson, RTR; Louise Kallhood, RTR, ACR, MEd; Sarah Erdelyi, RTR, CTIC

Objectives:
– Provide an overview of osteoarthritis of the hip and hip arthroplasty procedures
– Discuss orthopedic ball marker positioning for medical radiographers – protocols, tools and best practice
– Discuss current revision rates & the impact on the healthcare systems & patients’ quality of life
– Discuss the digital orthopedic templating process

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Conférences virtuelles
Étude à la maison
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Pour en savoir plus

1) The Past, Present, and Future of Electronic Medical Records; 2) Patient and Family Advisors in Clinical Practice and Research: What are patient advisors and why engage them?

1) The Past, Present, and Future of Electronic Medical Records

Presenter:
Kaia Maier, Epic TOH Team Member – Ambulatory and Ophthalmology EMR applications; Joel Lafleur, Clinical Informatics Specialist with the Radiant (Diagnostic Imaging) team at TOH Anna De Angelis, Clinical Informatics Specialist with the Radiant (Diagnostic Imaging) team at TOH

Learning Objectives:
– To discuss and evaluate the evolution and projected future development of Electronic Medical Records
– To bring awareness about the benefits and potential challenges EMR implementation at health organizations

2) Patient and Family Advisors in Clinical Practice and Research: What are patient advisors and why engage them?

Presenter:
Susan Rich, Patient Partner – The Ottawa Hospital

Learning Objectives:
– Understand the emerging role of patient and family advisors in clinical practice and research.
– Appreciate the “Continuum of Engagement” – a model that can guide the many ways of involving patient and family advisors in your programs.
– Learn simple ways to begin engaging patient and family advisors.

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Conférences virtuelles
Technologie de radiologie
Pour en savoir plus