UCSF Radiology Clinical Update Course

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Overview

Topics and Speakers

Faculty

Accreditation

Designation

Media Formats

Learning Objectives

Intended Audience

 

Overview

UCSF’s Radiology Clinical Update includes day-to-day clinical applications of modern imaging, including an exhaustive review of musculoskeletal, abdominal, breast, pulmonary, and neuro imaging. The course addresses typical interventional procedures, with additional focus on proper imaging techniques, associated modalities as well as established protocols.

The intention of this CME course update is to help you master the following:

  • Selection of guidelines as well as protocols targeting cancer imaging, and including focus on lung, cervix, endometrium, and breast
  • Recommendation of the latest approaches to imaging in trauma as well as emergency conditions such as masses of the brain, spine, and orbits
  • Recognition of imaging pearls as well as risks involved in joint injuries of the elbow, knee, ankle, and shoulder
  • Identifying criteria and basics of the acute abdomen imaging, that include pregnant women
  • Implementation of latest guidelines meant for abdominal trauma, IBD, and infections imaging

 

Expanding Your Skills

Get access to truthful, case-study reviews, and evidence-based material to help in expanding your knowledge as well as in incorporating updated guidelines to your day-to-day practice.

Next is information on Topics and Speakers, Accreditation, Designation, Learning Objectives, Media Formats, and Intended Audience.

 

Quick Facts

Provider: University of California San Fransisco School of Medicine (UCSF)

Course Director: Priyanka Jha, MBBS

Assistant professor of Radiology

 

Topics and Speakers

Musculoskeletal, Lung                                                                                      

  • Diffuse Lung Disease: The Key Patterns – Brett M. Elicker, MD
  • Pulmonary Embolism: Controversies and Pitfalls – Brett M. Elicker, MD
  • CT Approach to the Pulmonary Nodule: Update – Brett M. Elicker, MD
  • Role of Imaging in Suspected Pulmonary Infection – Brett M. Elicker, MD
  • Basics of MSK US – Rina P. Patel, MD
  • Knee Ligaments – Ramya Srinivasan, MD
  • Knee Menisci – Ramya Srinivasan, MD
  • Ankle: Tendons and Ligaments – Ramya Srinivasan, MD

Musculoskeletal, Neuro

  • Imaging of Orbital Anatomy and Pathology – Yi Li, MD
  • Finger and Thumb MRI Simplified – Rina P. Patel, MD
  • Shoulder MRI: Rotator Cuff – Rina P. Patel, MD
  • Shoulder MRI: Instability and Labrum – Rina P. Patel, MD
  • Hip Ultrasound Made Easy – Ramya Srinivasan, MD
  • Young Adult Hip: MRI – Rina P. Patel, MD
  • Cysts and Hydrocephalus – David M. Wilson, MD, PhD
  • Skeletal Trauma: Commonly Missed Injuries – Ramya Srinivasan, MD

Neuro

  • Hybrid OR: Implication for Radiology Practice and Trauma – Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH
  • Congenital Spinal Anomalies: What the Surgeon Wants to Know – Yi Li, MD
  • Congenital and Perinatal CNS infections – Yi Li, MD
  • A Simplified Approach to Normal Brain Myelination – Yi Li, MD
  • Intracranial Hemorrhage – David M. Wilson, MD, PhD
  • Intracranial Infection – David M. Wilson, MD, PhD
  • Spine Inflammation and Infection – David M. Wilson, MD, PhD
  • Midline Masses – David M. Wilson, MD, PhD

Abdomen, Interventional

  • Biopsies and Drainages from Hell: How To Do It – Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH
  • Pearls & Pitfalls of Central Venous Access: Thoracentesis and Paracentesis – Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH
  • IVC Filters: A Primer and Medicolegal Implications – Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH
  • Non-obstetric CT/MRI in Pregnancy: How To Do It and What To Expect – Priyanka Jha, MBBS
  • Acute Abdomen: Pearls & Pitfalls – Priyanka Jha, MBBS
  • Post-operative Abdomen: Upper GI Tract – Priyanka Jha, MBBS
  • Imaging of Mesenteric Ischemia – Alexander V. Rybkin, MD
  • Practical Tools for Addressing Screening Mammography Controversies – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

Abdomen, Breast

  • MRI of Endometrial and Cervical Cancer – Priyanka Jha, MBBS
  • Digital Mammography Cases – Bonnie M. Joe, MD, PhD
  • Breast MRI Interpretation: BPE vs. Cancer? – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD
  • Monitoring Response to Therapy in Breast Cancer – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD
  • HIV and AIDS: Imaging Update – Alexander V. Rybkin, MD
  • MQSA and EQUIP – Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Alexander V. Rybkin, MD
  • Imaging of Abdominal Trauma: Insights and Pitfalls – Alexander V. Rybkin, MD

 

Faculty

Course Chair

Priyanka Jha, MBBS

Assistant Professor of Radiology

 

UCSF Faculty

Miles B. Conrad, MD, MPH

Professor of Clinical Radiology

Brett M. Elicker, MD

Professor of Clinical Radiology

Chief of Cardiac & Pulmonary Imaging

Bonnie N. Joe, MD, PhD

Professor of Clinical Radiology

Chief of Breast Imaging

Yi Li, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology

Rina P. Patel, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology

Alexander V. Rybkin, MD

Professor of Clinical Radiology

Ramya Srinivasan, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology

David M. Wilson, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Radiology

Chief of Neuroradiology, SF VAMC

 

Accreditation

The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to keep physicians abreast of the latest continuing medical education.

 

Designation

UCSF designates this long-lasting course material for up to 21.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits, which include 7.0 in CT, 9.25 in MR, 0.75 in Ultrasound, as well as 2.75 in Breast Imaging. Physicians are only to claim credit equivalent to the extent of their activity participation. CME credit is earned upon successfully completing a required activity pos-examination and evaluation.

Submission of registration forms for CME credit must be done before the expiration date as indicated below:

Series Release Date: 16th November 2019

Series Expiration Date: 15th November 2022 (the last date for credit registration)

 

Media Formats

Learning is 100% online through in-depth video coverage of course material. Ensure your internet connection is reliable so that you can enjoy the quality that comes with it. You can log in and watch the video lessons as many times as you wish. You don’t need to download any course material.

 

Learning Objectives

On completion of this UCSF Radiology Clinical Update Course, you’ll have gained the following skills and knowledge:

  • Selection of guidelines as well as protocols targeting cancer imaging, and including focus on lung, cervix, endometrium, and breast
  • Recommendation of the latest approaches to imaging in trauma as well as emergency conditions such as masses of the brain, spine, and orbits
  • Recognition of imaging pearls as well as risks involved in joint injuries of the elbow, knee, ankle, and shoulder
  • Identifying criteria and basics of the acute abdomen imaging, that include pregnant women
  • Implementation of latest guidelines meant for abdominal trauma, IBD, and infections imaging

 

Intended Audience

UCSF Radiology Clinical Update course targets practicing radiologists interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills in all the major subspecialties of Radiology.

UCSF Radiology Clinical Update Course
UCSF Radiology Clinical Update Course

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