The Mammography Basics course is designed to introduce, discuss and review the basic and fundamental principles of mammography. Topics will include anatomy, physiology, and pathologies of the breast, different mammographic techniques and protocols, patient positioning and safety, radiation dose and breast cancer localization.
The Digital X-ray Technology course is designed for radiologic technologists, engineers and students, and it covers a variety of topics: X-ray production, X-ray properties, radiographic techniques, basic radiation protection principles, image intensifier, imaging plate and flat panel detector.
CT Scan Expert is a course designed by Medical Professionals for radiologic technologists. Participants will learn how to optimize various parameters, and reduce the risk of exposure and the side effects of contrast media while ensuring a constant image quality.
The MRI Essential course covers the basic and fundamental principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Topics will include magnetic field creation, acquisition methods and parameters, gradients, Fourier Space, basic MRI Sequences including spin echo and gradient echo and practical guide to multi-slice imaging.
This takece.com cardiovascular risk factors course covers chapters 9 to 21. It explains the roles of diabetes, chronic kidney diseases, gender, age, hypertension, dyslipidemia, inflammatory conditions, physical activity, stress, obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, dietary supplements and Mediterranean diet in cardiovascular diseases.(ARRT 28 Category A Credits)
This takece.com continuing education course includes use of Computed Tomography scanning in acute pulmonary embolism, minor head injury, chest trauma, pediatric liver tumors, lung tumors, cervical spine surgery, total ankle replacement, radiation therapy, congenital scoliosis and kyphosis. Furthermore, it also covers PET/CT, 3D radiation dosimetry, maxillofacial and craniofacial medicine.(ARRT 24.5 Category A Credits)
This takece.com continuing education course provides essential information on radiation protection, patient dosimetry, occupational exposure, digital imaging, fluoroscopy safety/equipment, radiography imaging system, radiation biology, fundamentals of physics, Mammography, Computed Tomography, Ultrasound, MRI and quality management. (ARRT 24 cat. A credits)
The MRI 3 Tesla course is developed for you by Advanced Clinical Education Specialists – Radiologic Technologists – whom they speak same language as you and understands your frustrations and needs. The Course is developed with state of the art animations that simplifies the concept and allows you to be self-reliant
The CT Essential course covers the basic and fundamental principles of computed tomography. Topics will include x-ray production, scanner hardware, image creation and image quality, patient positioning and safety, radiation dose and contrast media injection.
The Virtual MRI Console Simulator is developed for you by Advanced Clinical Education Specialists – Radiologic Technologists – whom they speak same language as you and understands your frustrations and needs. This course relies on a virtual MRI interface allowing users to manipulate, in real time, image contrast, acquisition time, signal to noise ratio and spatial resolution as well as the number of slices allowed per acquisition
Aug 11, 2019 to Aug 24, 2019
McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote Health Leadership Academy presents the Emerging Health Leaders Program (EHL).
EHL is a two-week intensive, residential, leadership program for students, medical residents and young professionals seeking to develop their leadership capabilities and succeed in an increasingly complex health care system. The next offering of EHL will be August 11 – 24, 2019 with applications due on May 31, 2019. Multiple bursaries are available.
Location: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Mastering Breast Ultrasound e-learning course is designed for Radiologists primarily as well as for Sonographers. Fulfill your CE requirements, understand the increasingly important role of ultrasound in the detection and diagnosis of breast cancer, and increase your competence in ultrasound guided breast biopsy
Neurology MRI course for radiologic technologists: It covers the basic sequences and protocols of Neuro MRI, with an overview about the brain and spine anatomy, physiology and pathologies. The course also focuses on advanced Neuro MRI Imaging such as Brain Perfusion, Spectroscopy, Functional MRI, and Diffusion Tensor Imaging.
Cardiac MRI course for radiologic technologists: It covers the basic principles and advanced techniques of Cardiac MRI, with an overview about the cardiac anatomy, physiology and pathologies. The course focuses on the cardiac MRI acquisition and pot-processing techniques
The Digital X-Ray Applications course covers the different clinical applications of digital radiography and is meant to be addressed for radiologic technologists and radiographers. Topics covered: Mammography, Dental Radiography, Cone Beam CT, Bone Densitometry, Arthrography, Dose optimization.
Sep 1, 2019 to Jan 31, 2020
Appealing to all members of the multi-disciplinary team, wanting to expand their knowledge and understanding of MRI use in Radiotherapy. Students will engage in critical debate with clinical experts and peers on current issues in radiotherapy MR imaging and evaluate use of MRI across a range of case studies. Students will be assessed via submission of an article critique and an assignment evaluating the impact of MRI on an aspect of modern clinical practice.
This takece.com mammography course provides information on how to improve interpretive performance and medical audit in Mammography. It also covers MQSA Regulations, Inspections, and Enforcement. Furthermore, it explains the importance of adequate workforce for breast cancer screening and diagnosis. This continuing education course suggests strategies for a Supportive environment to promote quality improvement in mammography.
(ARRT 21.5 Cat. A Credits-meets MQSA req.)
This takece.com radiology CE course gives you in-depth knowledge of health risks from exposure to low levels of ionizing radiation. It includes molecular and cellular responses to ionizing radiation, radiation-induced cancer: mechanisms, quantitative experimental studies, and the role of genetic factors; heritable genetic effects of radiation in human populations, atomic bomb survivor studies, medical radiation studies, occupational radiation studies, and environmental radiation studies; integration of biology and epidemiology and estimating cancer risk.
The Master of Health Management Program prepares a diverse group of healthcare professionals to take on the challenges of leadership and management roles in the healthcare system. Using predominantly asynchronous online delivery of content provides a flexible learning environment. Two short face-to-face residency periods are included to develop networking and learning opportunities. Experts with experience in healthcare, industry and government provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to solve complex healthcare problems.
Sep 17, 2019 to Sep 18, 2019
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.
Sep 20, 2019 to Sep 22, 2019
The Organ Imaging Review is a 2-day program offered by the Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Toronto. This program is a practical radiology review, highlighting updates and advances in diagnostic imaging in various modalities through didactic and interactive case based review sessions. With an overall focus on Cancer Imaging, this program also provides an in-depth focus on Abdominal, Pelvic, Musculoskeletal, Cardiothoracic, and Neurological Tumor Imaging, with a special session focusing on Radiomics and Artificial Intelligence. Radiologists, radiology residents and fellows, sonographers and medical imaging technologists are invited to attend.
Sep 21, 2019
- Introduction to Osteoporosis: Causes, Prevention and Treatment
- Imaging of Osteoporosis: Physical Principles
- DXA/DEXA Imaging: Hip, Spine & wrist
- DXA/DEXA Analysis: Hip, Spine & wrist
- AI in Medical Imaging
Sep 30, 2019 to Oct 4, 2019
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.
This Advanced CT Imaging course focuses mainly on: computed tomography acquisition, dose optimization and post-processing techniques. Fulfill your CE requirements, learn new skills and refine your CT Scan acquisition, post-processing and dose optimization techniques.
Oct 4, 2019 to Oct 5, 2019
Two-day symposium designed for those interested in gaining a greater knowledge and understanding of advances in MRI. The event will include a combination of Queen’s University and Guest speakers specialising in Abdominal, Cardiothoracic, Musculoskeletal, Neuroradiology, and Women’s Imaging.
Liver and Women’s Imaging
Neuroradiology, including Orbital, Spine and Cranial Nerves
Musculoskeletal Imaging of Large Joints
Contrast Agents and Protocols
Dinner Guest Ticket: $50
Register Online: healthsci.queensu.ca/mri1000islands
Oct 5, 2019
This new 1-day CBMD ADT course plus exam, which will be webcast live, provides the same content as the previous 1.5-day course, however, the “optional written exam”, to earn the 5-year CBMD ADT designation, will now be completed “online”, at a date and time separate from the course. CAMRT has approved 11 Category “A” credits for full-day participation and 3 additional credits for completing an optional reflective assignment. There is no charge to take the exam.
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Oct 5, 2019
- Understand Patient Centered Care in Cancer Imaging and Treatment
- Identify organs/structures where ultrasound plays a role in oncology
- Understand the complexity of CT Imaging in Cancer diagnosis and staging
- Comprehend PET applications in Oncology
- Understand the use of iMRI for treatment of benign, metastatic lesions and tumors
- Review the role that radiation therapy in cancer management
- Identify how imaging has advanced radiation therapy treatment techniques
Oct 6, 2019
This course is for MRTs who have a 5-year CBMD ADT designation and want challenging, unusual, and difficult adult and paediatric case-studies to provide invaluable QA/QC protocols and “tips and tricks” to apply to daily practice. Many new cases and enhanced content have been added, offering 5 hours of case-studies and 2 hours of interactive quizzes. CAMRT approved 9 Category “A” credits for full-day participation plus 3 credits for completing an optional reflective assignment.
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Oct 22, 2019 to Oct 24, 2019
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.
Oct 26, 2019 to Oct 27, 2019
The course will be providing the tools for achieving excellence in skeletal health assessment including optimal BMD scan acquisition, analysis, interpretation, reporting and application of DXA technology. The clinical utility of bone densitometry and quality assurance of this modality will also be reviewed.
Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada