This conference on Emergency Radiology will cover acute care imaging from head-to-toe with imaging strategies for acutely sick and traumatized patients of all ages. Appropriateness of imaging and state-of-the-art protocols will be discussed. Didactic and interactive case-based sessions focusing on anatomic regions will include difference in strategies for pediatric and adult populations. Time being of essence in acute care, workflow optimization and efficiency gains in organisation of acute care will be included. Radiology department disaster preparedness, including for pandemics, and imaging findings related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will feature in the program.

Keynote Speaker

Savvakis (Savvas) Nicolaou

Savvakis (Savvas) Nicolaou MD FRCPC FASER
Professor of Radiology / Vice Chair of CPD & Education
University of British Columbia
Director of Emergency / Trauma Imaging
Vancouver General Hospital

Program Highlights

  • head to toe trauma and non-traumatic emergencies
  • coherent sessions focused on body regions
  • both in the adult and pediatric populations
  • state-of-the art imaging protocols touching on US, CT and MRI
  • disaster preparedness, including for pandemics & imaging in COVID-19

Target Audiences

  • Radiologist
  • Radiology trainees
  • Technologists
  • Emergency Physicians
  • Trauma and Acute Care Surgeons