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Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare Professionals #2

26 Mar 2024

In the changing world of imaging, balancing patient care, resource constraints and innovations require those working in imaging to keep pace with technological advancements. In two webinars, Dr Daniel Zikovitz will discuss extremely recent advancements in Artificial Intelligence, its applications and the related software that clinicians worldwide are using. He will discuss the ways in which AI is already in place in your day as an MRT – through use-cases, in treatment planning procedures, image adjustment, positioning, clinical workflow, Large Language Models, Generative AI, and Foundation Models etc. – and the ways we will be using it in the near future. Both webinars will allow you to understand what is coming in the next two years, and the significant implications for MRTs and Radiologists and their roles reshaping in the evolving landscape. Free for members!

Presenter: Dan Zikovitz

Learning Objectives:
– Analyze how AI can reduce manual tasks so clinicians can focus on decision-making
– Discuss how AI and related applications contribute to treatment and images
– Assess possible implementation of automation provides evidence-based results on time savings and process improvements
– Understand how MRTs and imaging professionals are using AI
– Assess the power of automation in imaging
– Critique the role of the MRT and Radiologist in reshaping the use of AI in the near future

Contact : cpd@camrt.ca

Échographie
Éducateurs
En direct
Leadership/gestion
Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
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Acute Allergic Like Reactions to Gadolinium: Frequency and Severity, Recognition and Management (Course #181)

• Frequency and Severity of allergic-like reactions: Literature review and Data from Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
• Recognition of an allergic like reaction to Gadolinium
• Management of acute allergic-like reactions

Contact : juancarlos.arroyo@bayer.com

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IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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Module 1-MRI of the Brain and Spine

  • Describe current surface coil technology, field strength and gradient power, and pulse sequences that drive MRI of the central nervous system
  • Characterize specific applications of MR brain imaging, including demyelinating disease, primary brain tumors, and vascular disease
  • Explain the techniques of MR angiography and venography
  • Discuss why MRI of the fetal brain is superior to ultrasound
  • Describe various differential diagnoses including infections, inflammatory, and vascular disease and the role of MRI in narrowing the diagnosis

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Peripheral MR Angiography A tech’s guide Dr Klass

28 Fév 2026

Webinar from Dr. Klass

Contact : belinda.butcher@bayer.com

IRM
Résonance magnétique
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
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MR Imaging with a 1-molar Contrast Agent (Course #118)

• Review the basic properties of Gadovist
• Examine the performance of highly concentrated contrast agents in MRA
• Discuss technical considerations and methods for accelerating image acquisition

Contact : juancarlos.arroyo@bayer.com

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IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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Additional MRI Screening in women with extremely dense breasts (Recorded Webinar

28 Fév 2026

Webinar from Dr. van Gils PhD

Contact : belinda.butcher@bayer.com

IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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Safety of Iodinated Contrast Media (Course #122)

• Types of contrast media
• Acute adverse events
• Delayed adverse events
• Contrast induced acute kidney injury

Contact : juancarlos.arroyo@bayer.com

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IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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Best Practices in Pediatric MR Protocolling Course

Dr Ravi Bhargava from Stollery Children’s Hospital discusses best practices in Pediatric MR Proticolling

Contact : belinda.butcher@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Rethinking Breast Cancer Screening: Abbreviated Breast MRI

28 Fév 2026

Webinar from Dr. Kuhl

Contact : belinda.butcher@bayer.com

IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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CT Contrast Extravasation: Can it be Decreased ? (Recorded Webinar)

CT scans have altered medicine in many ways, resulting in less exploratory surgeries, better pathology diagnosis, and even changes in the way doctors practice medicine. But if CT scans offer several benefits for diagnosis, CT contrast extravasations may carry downsides, from compartment syndrome to tissue necrosis.

In this video, Dr. Ryan K. Lee talks about CT contrast extravasation, its definition and its implications, and provides tips and tricks to decrease it.

Contact : belinda.butcher@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
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Contrast Enhanced MRI – What’s new in 2020 and beyond ? (Recorded Webinar)

28 Fév 2026

Webinar from Dr. Pietsch

Contact : belinda.butcher@bayer.com

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IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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Risk Adjusted Breast Screening Strategies

28 Fév 2026

Webinar from Dr. Mann and Dr. Sardinelli

Contact : belinda.butcher@bayer.com

Enregistrés
IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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Module 2 – Advanced MRI Neurological Applications

  • Explain the fundamental principles of echo planar imaging
  • Describe the mechanisms of diffusion – and perfusion -weighted imaging
  • Identify clinical uses of diffusion – and perfusion -weighted imaging
  • Describe the principles and applications of BOLD imaging
  • Explain the basis of magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  • Identify the various techniques used with MR spectroscopy
  • Evaluate the factors that can affect the quality of MR spectroscopy

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Module 2 – Basic Principles of MRI

  • List the different types of tomographic imaging
  • Explain how MRI and CT differ
  • Explain the atomic structure of the hydrogen proton and its utility in MRI
  • Describe how the hydrogen proton responds when placed in an external magnetic field
  • Explain how a rotating magnetic field affects the behavior of hydrogen protons
  • Describe how protons can be reoriented to longitudinal and transverse directions
  • Compare and contrast transverse and longitudinal relaxation
  • Describe the time constants relevant to transverse and longitudinal relaxation
  • Explain Faraday’s law

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Safety of LOCMs and Ultravist – Live Webcast

28 Fév 2026

Contact : elinda.butcher@bayer.com

En direct
TDM
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
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Module 7 – Cardiac MRI

  • Explain the unique challenges of imaging the heart
  • Identify the basic anatomy of the heart and great vessels
  • Explain cardiac gating principles and patient safety and setup
  • Discuss the principles of the primary pulse sequences and image contrast
  • Describe the principles of bright-blood and black-blood pulse sequences
  • Demonstrate proper planes of acquisition for obtaining standard cardiac views
  • Explain common applications of cardiac MR imaging
  • Apply common acquisition protocols

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Module 6 – Clinical Magnetic Resonance Angiography

  • Describe the role of gadolinium-based contrast agents in vascular imaging
  • Explain the role of phase contrast and time-of-flight imaging to create images using magnetic resonance angiography
  • Discuss bolus detection techniques and timing methods
  • Recognize patient risk factors and respond to the most common adverse patient reactions to MRI contrast media
  • Identify common postprocessing reconstructions used in MRA
  • List the imaging techniques used in MRA and MRV for various portions of the vasculature, including those that benefit from the use of contrast enhancement

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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MRI Safety (Course #138)

• MRI accidents
• Site access restrictions
• Danger to patients and staff
• MRI contraindications
• Magnetic field/scan room emergencies

Contact : juancarlos.arroyo@bayer.com

Enregistrés
IRM
Résonance magnétique
Webinaires
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Module 4 – MRI Systems and Coil Technology

  • State the advantages of the short bore MR system
  • Compare advantages and disadvantages of the low-field and high-field strength magnets
  • Decide what type of magnet is most suitable for a specific MR examination
  • Describe the major types of MR coils and when they should be used
  • Discuss advantages and disadvantages of specific MR coils
  • Select appropriate coil configuration to optimize the MR examination

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

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Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Module 10 – MR Image Formation and Imaging Techniques

  • Describe the two fundamental pulse sequence categories
  • Explain the time parameters TE and TR
  • Discuss how the flip angle affects image appearance
  • Describe how images can be enhanced with the use of contrast agents
  • Describe how 2D and 3D images are generated using gradient magnetic fields
  • Explain the concepts of k-space and Fourier transform
  • List several additional imaging techniques and their contrast properties
  • Describe how these techniques differ from conventional spin echo and gradient echo pulse sequences

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

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IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Module 5 – MR Image Postprocessing and Artifacts

  • List postprocessing techniques and describe the benefits of each
  • Assess which postprocessing technique is most effective for specific MR scans
  • Identify standard MR system evaluation features and their appropriate uses
  • Define the major types of MR artifacts and their causes
  • Identify which MR artifacts can be corrected or eliminated and which can only be minimized
  • Appraise the best method for correcting MR artifact for a specific MR examination

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Module 11-MRI Contrast Agent Safety

  • Define the different types of MR contrast media
  • Determine specific contrast media appropriate for different types of MR examinations
  • Recognize and respond to the most common adverse patient reactions to MR contrast agent administration

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

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IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Module 3 – Patient and Facility Safety in MRI

  • Identify patient safety hazards as they relate to the static magnetic field and transmitted radiofrequencies
  • Identify patient contraindications to an MRI examination
  • Describe procedures used to ensure patient comfort and safety during an MRI scan
  • Describe the biological and physical hazards of MRI
  • Explain the different zones in the MRI suite and the access restrictions for each
  • Discuss environmental safety procedures in MRI

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

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IRM
Résonance magnétique
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Module 8 – Musculoskeletal MRI

  • Balance effectively the parameters of spatial resolution, signal-to-noise ratio, and image contrast
  • Properly position the patient and affected body part to ensure diagnostic images
  • Explain the differences between arthrography and contrast-enhanced imaging and when each may be indicated
  • Discuss advanced MSK MRI applications
  • Reduce metal artifact in the imaging of prosthetic joints
  • Describe and discuss upper and lower extremity anatomy and pathology
  • Apply appropriate planes of acquisition for each body area

Contact : Radiologysolutions.ca@bayer.com

Cours
Étude à la maison
IRM
Résonance magnétique
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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

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Médecine nucléaire
Radio-oncologie
Résonance magnétique
Sécurité et gestion du patient
Technologie de radiologie
Webinaires
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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
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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
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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

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