COVID-19: Medical Imaging Updates and Lessons Learned

Webinar Video

Learn about the experiences of our international colleagues in Italy, Spain and the United States, review recently published international imaging guidelines, understand how we can maintain education for our trainees during this challenging time and also learn how we can protect ourselves and our radiology staff while taking care of the most sick and vulnerable patients. Presented by the University of Toronto Medical Imaging Department

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We will hear about the experiences of our international colleagues from Italy, Spain and the United States, review recently published international imaging guidelines, understand how we can maintain education for our trainees during this challenging time and also learn how we can protect ourselves and our radiology staff while taking care of the most sick and vulnerable patients.

The ways in which artificial intelligence can help detect and prognosticate COVID-19 will also be reviewed. The webinar will conclude with a panel discussion including a live question and answer period to allow audience participation.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the Webinar, the audience will:

  • Understand the most common radiographic and computed tomography (CT) appearances of COVID-19 lung infection and also list 2 other body systems that may be affected.
  • Describe the most common recommendations for chest radiographic or CT imaging in COVID-19 according to guidelines published by the imaging societies.
  • List 2 strategies to help maintain trainee education during the pandemic.
  • Describe how artificial intelligence can be used in the detection and prognostication of COVID-19.
  • List 3 strategies that can be implemented in radiology departments to reduce the spread of infection and protect medical imaging staff.

Accreditation Information

Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada – Section 1 – 3 hour
College of Family Physicians Canada –3 Mainpro+ credits

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