CPD and DMI Announce return of Radiology Programming this Spring

Radiology continues to be an evolving and critical aspect in the screening and diagnosis of disease utilized by a range of healthcare professionals. As such, it is crucial for technologists, surgeons, pathologists, advanced nurse practitioners and other specialists to keep abreast of how its applications can improve patient outcomes. To this end, The Department of Medical Imaging and CPD are once again partnering to bring a selection of exciting programs beginning this Spring.

On April 21, the Toronto Breast Imaging Conference will convene at the Women’s College Hospital Conference Centre. This year’s conference will explore supplementary screening of breast cancer detection and comprehensive imaging of complex breast scenarios, with an emphasis on ultrasound, tomosynthesis and MRI. Renowned breast radiologist, Dr. Sujata Ghate of Duke University, will be delivering this year’s keynote as well as several discussions on topics ranging from breast reconstruction, lymph nodes and the nipple areola complex. More information is available at cpd.utoronto.ca/breastimaging.

The Toronto Head and Neck Imaging Symposium returns on June 21st at the Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning. This one-day event will cover topics such as temporal bone imaging, head and neck cancer and emergency conditions relating to the head and neck. Dr. Hugh Curtin joins us from Harvard Medical School to deliver this year’s keynote in addition to talks on nasopharyngeal imaging, parapharyngeal space and imaging of oral cavity cancer. Find more information at cpd.utoronto.ca/headandneckimaging/.

Later this year, the Annual Organ Imaging Review returns for its 33rd installment October 19-21. Covering a range of topics, including pediatric imaging, abdominal and pelvic imaging and neuroradiology, this meeting will build upon a rich legacy of highlighting updates and advances in diagnostic imaging through didactic and interactive case-based review sessions. More information will soon be available at cpd.utoronto.ca/organimaging/.