Apr 17, 2021
This multidisciplinary conference provides attendees with current state of the art information relating to vascular surgery.
Sessions will be conducted by Canadian vascular surgery residents and moderated by Canadian vascular surgery residency program directors. The sessions will include presentations, debates, case studies, and discussions with the audience.
This conference provides a unique opportunity to learn about various vascular surgery topics presented from the perspective of vascular surgery residents.
This takece.com cardiovascular risk factors course covers Chapters 1 to 8. It includes Cardiovascular risk factors, Atherosclerosis, Obesity, Metabolic syndrome, Hypertension and Sedentary lifestyle. It also explains Cardiovascular Risk Factors in the Elderly and adolescents; Relationship between cardiovascular risk factors and periodontal disease.(ARRT 15.5 Category A Credits)
May 1, 2021
Each year thousands of work-related injuries are reported, and an increasing number of sick days are taken because of foot and leg problems. Working in a standing position on a regular basis can cause muscular fatigue, sore feet, and back pain.
By the end of this webinar, you will understand how to prevent and manage sore feet and other health risks associated with prolonged standing on the job.
Speaker: Sarah Higgins, Registered Chiropodist
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)
May 15, 2021
The focus of this Webinar is:
1- Dose Optimization in Digital Radiography
- Identify major system components for CR and DR
- Outline the essential elements of the ICRP principle of optimization
- Describe the major technical factors affecting the dose in digital radiography
- State research findings on dose optimization of kV; mAs; EI in practice
- Describe how the DI and DRL can be used to support dose optimization
2- Assessing Image Quality
- Visual measures of image quality
- Physical measures of image quality
- To explore some pilot data assessing image quality using an AI approach
May 29, 2021
The focus of this live Webinar is on:
1- Introduction to Quality Improvement
• Defining Quality
• Explore the history of Quality Improvement.
• Understand the current initiatives in Healthcare.
2- Quality Improvement in Healthcare
• Explain the difference between quality improvement and quality assurance.
• Discuss the importance of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
• Outline the role of knowledge translation in quality improvement.
• Discuss the impact of patient engagement on quality improvement initiatives.
• Clarify the relationship between conflict resolution, medical errors and quality improvement.
May 29, 2021
1-Introduction to Osteoporosis: Causes, Prevention, Treatment and Imaging
• Understand Bone morphology and physiology
• Explore the causes of Osteoporosis and prevention approaches
• Understand the treatment methods of Osteoporosis
• Understand the physical principles of DXA/DEXA imaging
• Explore other imaging modalities of BMD
2- BMD Quality Control (QC), Accuracy & Precision
• Understand QC and technologist role within the facility.
• Recognize the importance of accuracy & precision when performing DXA scans.
3- Patient positioning during DEXA and DEXA measurements
• Preparation of the patient for DEXA imaging
• Correct patient positioning
• Variabilities of scan length
• Alternative patient positioning
• DEXA measurements (image analysis)
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.
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 course provides you with the complete education to meet the didactic requirements of minimal training established by the WOCOVA taskforce publication. The course begins with the definition of PICCs. Comprehensive
information is then provided regarding all aspects of PICCs including: indications and contraindications for use, device selection, anatomy, vein anatomy, vessel health, vein selection, insertion preparation, step-by-step insertion procedure, complications, care and maintenance and legal aspects.
Today’s technology is making the cost of portable ultrasounds ultra-affordable. Many hospitals have added portable ultrasound units to their IV team’s arsenal of tools for locating veins. Success rates for accessing veins have climbed steadily with the introduction of ultrasound.
Inserting PICCs with Ultrasound includes an actual insertion, from patient education to final pressure dressing on the completed insertion.
We highly recommend completing this program in conjunction with the Basic PICC Qualification Training Program.
Mastery of PICC insertions takes some time, especially with children and infants. The Pediatric/Neonatal Insertion Training class is designed to train the nurse or physician for the insertion of pediatric PICCs. The examples and actual practice issues discussed by the instructor give the clinician a better understanding of PICC procedures in an effort to increase success rates. Overall, this is a clinically based class allowing clinicians to become qualified to begin inserting Pediatric PICCs, under supervision.
Jun 19, 2021
The focus of this Education Day is on
1- Trauma and the Technologist – Current and Overarching Concepts
2- Trauma Radiography from MRT/Radiographer Perspective
3- Reconnecting to wellbeing
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 MRI continuing education course covers fundamentals. It provides essential information on MRI exam, basic imaging techniques, imaging hardware, image presentation, image artifacts, clinical images, NMR Spectroscopy, Fourier transforms, imaging principles, Fourier transform imaging principles, fast imaging techniques, advanced imaging techniques, the mathematics of NMR and spin physics.
(ARRT 27.5 Cat. A Credits)
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.
Dr Ravi Bhargava from Stollery Children’s Hospital discusses best practices in Pediatric MR Proticolling
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.
- 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
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.
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.
- 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
• Basics, Mode of action & protocols for Gd-EOB-DTPA enhanced MRI
• Imaging findings in the non-cirrhotic liver
• Imaging findings in the cirrhotic liver
- 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
Management of Artifacts, Quality Control, Dose Management, and Radiation Risks in General Radiography
There are four pre-recorded videos in this self-directed learning package with regards to General Radiography:
1) Artifact Management
2) Quality Control
3) Dose Management Strategies
4) Understanding Radiation Risk and Communicating This To Patients
These videos are expected to be extremely relevant to help improve an MRT’s practice.
Each video is approximately one (1) hour long and contains comprehension questions also. A minimum pass of 75% is required for the 4.0 Category A credits.
• Classification of the muscle injuries
• Role of imaging
• Imaging techniques
• Common injuries and their sequelae
This takece.com continuing education course explains how to improve cardiac arrest survival. This CE course also covers differences between cardiac arrest and heart attack; the types and characteristics of primary cardiac arrest arrhythmias, the cardiac arrest chain of survival, out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and in-hospital cardiac arrest. Use of MRI and cardiac CT to detect specific structural disorders that are known risk factors for cardiac arrest; Use of X-rays and Ultrasound as diagnostic tools. Furthermore, it includes emergency medical services response to cardiac arrest and implementing patient and family centered care.
- 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