December 12 - 13, 2019
SFR Learning Center
Training Center in Medical Imaging
47 rue de la Colonie
The workshop will be held in English.
Prof. Regina G.H. Beets-Tan
The Netherlands Cancer Institute
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
St Eloi Hospital
Prof. Regina G.H. Beets-Tan, Amsterdam/NL
This course is a full two days hands-on training course on rectal MRI. In an interactive setting over 75 cases will be evaluated by each participant covering the entire spectrum of staging of the mid, upper and low rectal tumors, restaging after neoadjuvant treatment focusing on clinically relevant issues and new developments in diagnosis and treatment. In addition, the faculty will provide short hands-on lectures during each session, which will focus specifically on questions/issues raised by the participants during the case studies. Moreover, lectures will be held on general topics such as MR protocol optimization, standardized reporting, all based on the ESGAR consensus guidelines. At the end of each session, the most difficult cases (as indicated by the participants) and main teaching points will be discussed plenary. All participants will receive a syllabus containing all lectures, cases, as well as specific teaching points that can be derived from each case.
Radiologists dealing with rectal cancer management or part of a multidisciplinary rectal management team who have some experience in interpreting rectal cancer MRI.
The course is according to the principle “bring your own buddy”. This educational concept simulates daily practice by the multidisciplinary approach of cases. Each radiologist can have 1 (non-radiological ) clinician from his own institute joining the course and evaluating the cases together with the clinician. The registration of the clinical partner will then be at a reduced fee. Confirmed participants in this workshop who are radiologist will receive further information on how to register a buddy in due time.
Welcome and introduction
|09:30||Primary staging of mid and upper rectal tumours: lectures and case interpretations on individual PC|
|11:30||Primary staging of mid and upper rectal tumours: lectures and case interpretations on individual PC|
|14:00||Primary staging of distal rectal tumour: lectures and case interpretations on individual PC|
|16:00||Primary staging of distal rectal tumour: lectures and case interpretations on individual PC|
December 14, 2018
|09:00||Restaging of tumours after neoadjuvant treatment: lectures and case interpretations on individual PC|
|10:30||Restaging of tumours after neoadjuvant treatment: lectures and case interpretations on individual PC|
|13:30||Novel developments (functional imaging, selection for organ preservation)|
|15:00||Novel developments (functional imaging, selection for organ preservation)|
|16:00||Plenary feedback teaching points|
An application has been made to the EACCME and the ACI for CME accreditation of this event.
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