Last Chance To Save 30% On ISCT 2019

The ISCT symposium has a rich history and a long-standing reputation for being one of the most innovative and comprehensive symposia of CT available. What makes this CT conference so unique is its caliber of faculty, the scope of the topics covered, and its commitment to diving deeply into not just current implementations of CT technology and protocols, but future advancements as well.

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ISCT 2019: First Program Draft Released

This week we were excited to release an initial draft of our 2019 program, complete with our 10 overarching sessions and their corresponding talks. We’re still in the early stages, so there’s a lot more to come as we tweak our talks and finalize speakers for each slot, but we couldn’t help but release an early look at what’s on the lineup for ISCT 2019! Here’s a look at our overarching session topics for the 2019 symposium:

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Earlybird Registration Is Open For ISCT 2019

ISCT’s annual symposium is a comprehensive computed tomography conference built year over year to be the most actionable, important, and lively event in CT. This year’s symposium will mark 21 years of collaboration and innovation for our organization since the introduction of multi-row CT. Join radiologists, physicists, technologists, residents, and practice administrators from across the globe for three and a half disruptive days of technical learning as we cover practical multi-spectral CT techniques and applications for clinical practice in 2019.

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ISCT's Annual Symposium: A Tradition Spanning 21 Years

As we plan for ISCT 2019, we can’t help but take a moment to reflect on years past. Every year for the past 21 years we have been thrilled to see how our symposium continues to evolve. From the caliber of faculty presenting to the scope and breadth of topics covered, year after year the ISCT symposium grows and changes. For a symposium focused on computed tomography, though, that shouldn’t be too surprising.  

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Surviving Your First Hospital Executive Committee Meeting: Tips From Dr. Geoffrey Rubin

So you’ve just been hired into a new leadership position within your organization. One of the first challenges you’re facing is attempting to successfully survive your first hospital executive committee meaning, a true initiation for anyone in a new leadership role. Navigating the waters can be challenging, especially if this is your first time in a leadership position.

ISCT President, Dr. Geoffrey Rubin, walks you through how to not only survive your first executive committee meeting, but to own it.

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Radiology CME Course Highlight: Managing The CT Operation

The CT industry is a unique sector of radiology, an ever-changing beast that presents with its own specific challenges.  Managing CT operations can be complicated, but whether or not you do it effectively can make or break your organization. Our radiology CME course highlight of the week, “Managing The CT Operation”, acts as a guide for current CT managers and those who are stepping into new leadership roles within their department. Presented by leaders from the nation’s top institutions and hospitals, this session highlights talks centered around the core issues for CT managers and radiologists overseeing CT operations.

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Sara McFarland
ISCT Launches Full 2018 CT Symposium CME Content Online

We are excited to announce that we have launched the full symposium content from ISCT 2018 on our state-of-the-art Education On-Demand site, where enduring content from many of our recent symposia is available as a way for professionals across the radiology community to enhance their CT knowledge, stay up to date on the newest industry protocols and innovations, and earn CME credits. Experience all the action, earn CME credits, and grow your industry knowledge at a pace that’s convenient for you!

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ISCT Faculty Represented At RSNA18

The theme of this year’s conference is “Tomorrow’s Radiology Today”, with an emphasis on the latest innovative research and cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, 3D printing and virtual reality that are shaping the future of radiology. Strongly represented among the highly regaled speakers this year are a number of former and current ISCT faculty, whose talks promise to be educational, engaging, and above all insightful.

If you’re in Chicago, please join our faculty for the following Wednesday presentations:

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Sara McFarland