Understanding new and developing technologies for the early detection of breast cancer is the objective of this course. It is known that many lives can be saved by early breast cancer detection. There are new technologies being developed in imaging of the breast that involves every imaging modality in the radiology department, and many other branches to help with the diagnosis of breast cancer.
Improving Breast Imaging is a course about standards, quality and improving breast imaging. One of the first steps towards the quality of breast imaging was the implementation of the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA). This course will cover ways to improve the interpretation of mammograms, possible shortages in the workforce, other modalities used in detecting breast cancer, and information about what goes on behind the scenes; regulations, inspections, enforcement, and legal liabilities
Mar 16, 2019
1. Understand Digital Radiography
2. Understand Image Evaluation and its Technical Considerations
3. Learn about Quality Control and Repeat Image Analysis
4. Learn how to perform Image Evaluation: Clinical Considerations – Upper and Lower Extremities
5. Trauma Radiography
6. Learn how to perform Evaluation: Clinical Considerations – Chest and Abdomen
7. Learn how to perform Evaluation: Clinical Considerations – Skull/Sinuses, Spine and Skeletal Series
Location: 6 Garamond Ct, Toronto, North York, ON M3C 1Z5, Canada
Anatomy and Physiology is an integral part of life in the Radiology Department. It is essential to know the bones and organs, and equally essential to have a basic understanding of all the intricate structures that aid in the function of the human body. This course will renew the knowledge of the technologist in anatomy and physiology in an incredibly easy format.
This course is split into four sections: Professional Consideration and Patient Care, Equipment and Quality Control, Image Production and Evaluation, and Radiation Effect and Preventive Measure. You will be get a brief description of the job expectations in every aspect.
This course a review of all the things we learned in college and some new basic information too. All you need to know about taking good care of your patients is in this course, ethics, bill of rights, transport, IV’s, contraindications to medications. It is an excellent patient care review text.
The Principals of this course are based on giving patients the best possible care, long term or short term. It touches on safety for you and your patient, transferring patients, patient assessment, infection control, venipuncture, patient communication and many other helpful skills that are placed upon techs on a daily basis.
This course provides the basic concepts of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in an easy to understand format. MRI has it’s own language and our intention is to familiarize the technologist learning MRI, or reaffirm the seasoned technologist with terms used only in MRI. This course has Mathematical formulas, equipment preparation, equipment specifications and requirements plus much more information needed to perform examinations.
This Course teaches medical language in a systemic approach, along with anatomy and physiology review in an easy to understand format.
This course gives important information about radiographic film construction, processing and the production of quality radiograph’s. It also provides information about the latest developments in digital imaging and filmless radiography.
Anatomy is an integral part of life in Radiology. It is essential to know the bones and organs, and equally essential to have a basic understanding of all the intricate structures that aid in the function of the human body. This Course will renew the knowledge of the technologist in gross anatomy in an understandable, uncomplicated format.
This course a source for information that can be used by anyone working with breast cancer care, risk, diagnosis, and for anyone who deals with patients who are concerned about breast cancer. It will help us to understand individual risk factors, procedures used to diagnose certain types of breast cancer, the different types of breast cander and how to help individuals lower their risk for breast cancer, with breast cancer screening and healthy living. It also helps us to understand medication being used to help reduce or prevent breast cancer from reoccurring.
Digital radiography and PACS are becoming the common place for radiography. This course contains information on the new developments of the latest digital imaging systems. It covers how the systems are integrated and networked so that all physicians involved in a patients care can access to the patients latest study. It is broken up into parts: introduction, basic principles, image acquisition and processing, PACS, and quality control and quality management.
Although this course is geared towards limited scope Radiography, it is a great refresher for all technologists with an introduction to radiography, the science of radiography, radiographic anatomy, positioning, pathology, professionalism, patient care and ancillary clinical skills.
Apr 4, 2019 to Apr 6, 2019
This multidisciplinary conference provides attendees with current state of the art information regarding diagnosis and management of all aspects of vascular diseases.
Topics will include an overview and prospective in various areas of vascular disease including carotid, endovascular, arterial, venous, lymphatic, aortic, abdominal aortic aneurysms and case presentations.
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS IT!
Apr 13, 2019
This course deals with essential physics and technological aspects of Computed Tomography (CT). First the physical principles are described followed by a description of data acquisition concepts and the fundamentals of image reconstruction. In addition, the major components of a CT scanner will be outlined and image manipulation of the CT image will be described.
Secondly, the technical principles of multi-slice CT (MSCT) systems including evolution of MSCT systems, physical principles and equipment will be explained. Furthermore, image post-processing, image quality, and dose optimization will be described.
Location: Best Western Plus Chateau Granville Hotel & Suites & Conference Ctr., 1100, Granville Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2B6, Canada
This course is intended to assist the mammographer. It informs us of the history of mammography. It describes technical considerations. It describes breast anatomy, pathology, physiology and in depth details in respect to biopsies and the responsibilities of the technologist before during and after the procedure. It leads us into the future with an introduction to the many innovative techniques being developed to detect breast cancer earlier, therefore saving more lives.
This course is divided into three parts, Thorax, Abdomen and Pelvis, and the Musculoskeletal System. It includes CT techniques, scanners, principals and protocols. It describes normal and abnormal findings. Showing correlation on CT images along with other imaging tools. It discusses approach, contrast agents, interpretation, artifacts, radiation doses and normal and abnormal findings in the abdominal and pelvic organs. Part three discusses the uses of CT in trauma, non-trauma, and incidental findings.
As the time and technologies change so must the ways of mammographic imaging. This course will present the technologist with an account of what is being done to improve mammography. It gives the technologist a detailed explanation of digital mammography and the different ways that the changes are being approached, studies of the progress and how to implement the new technologies. Issue for consideration.
This course gives a working knowledge of the basic principals and practice of medical imaging. It aids in the understanding of diagnostic radiographic images and the role that imaging plays in disease diagnosis. Each chapter describes normal and abnormal findings, and correlations of the disease in other modalities. The last three chapters are an introduction to Nuclear Medicine, Mammography, and Angiography, the benefits to these modalities, and the important role of each.
Radiation is the primary basis of all radiology departments. Ionizing radiation is potentially life altering and fatal. This course will refresh you in its easy to follow format. It covers everything from basic concepts to history of radiation biology and onto relationships of the body with radiation. Most importantly it covers how to protect ourselves and our patients from being exposed to unnecessary radiation.
This course covers anatomy, physiology, abnormalities, special procedures(CT, MRI…) and which exams best benefit the patient and their condition. Those that work taking plain films will realize what an important role they play as the imaging starting point for virtually every disease.
A comprehensive assessment of chest radiography. From plain film radiographs to contrast enhanced CT, MRI, and Nuclear Medicine studies. It gives explanations of many common and not common diseases of the chest. It divides the chest in to different aspects from large airway disease to the chest wall. Every chapter gives a description of the normal anatomy, variants, signs to look for, pathology and a description of how to best visualize the disease.
Jun 2, 2019
1 Principles of Quality Improvement (QI)
2 The Role of Analytics in QI
3 Compassionate Patient Communication
4 Dealing with Challenging Patients
5 Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Diagnostic Imaging
6 Artificial Intelligence and QI
This Advanced MR Imaging course explains the physics and characteristics of magnetic resonance imaging and highlights the main risks associated with this imaging modality. Fulfill your CE requirements, learn new skills, master the advanced MRI sequences, identify MR artifacts and learn how to improve the image quality. This E-Learning course is approved by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) for 13 category A CE Credits
MRI course is designed primarily for radiologic technologists, and for all personnel who having access to the MRI department including biomedical engineers. Topics will include: MRI basics, Magnetic Field related risks, Radiofrequency related risks, Quench Related Risks, Noise related risks, Contrast Medium related risks, MRI biological effects, MRI and pregnant worker, good practice in site safety and National Regulations
The Vascular CT Scan 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.
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 course covers fluoroscopic safety and dosage in interventional procedures. The course further includes basic principles of radiation protection, practical aspects of limiting radiation delivery to the patient, skin injury and fluoroscopy-on time and maximum skin dose; Image quality, dosimetry and radiation management of the patient.(ARRT 9 Cat. A Credits)