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!Read More
Continuing your medical education, even if you’re at a point in your career where it’s not required, is one of the most important decisions you can make as a member of the radiology community. Our industry is constantly evolving, and the ones who refuse to grow and adapt along with it are the ones who inevitably get left behind.Read More
Last year we launched our state-of-the-art Education On-Demand site, where enduring content from our previous symposia is packaged and available for purchase as a way for members at all levels of the radiology community to enhance their CT knowledge, stay up to date on the newest industry protocols and innovations, and earn CME credits. Here's a little bit more about ISCT's Education On-Demand, and how you can use content from last year to prepare for ISCT 2018:Read More
CME course spotlight of the week: “Cases I’d Like To Do Over”. Blending experience from all four major CT manufacturers and diverse CT exam types, four radiologist-technologist teams each present a one-hour session on cases that did not come out as desired. Analysis seeks root causes for the shortfalls, providing a structured and comprehensive assessment of the original exam request, pre-procedural communications and protocol section, patient preparation, patient characteristics at the time of the CT scan, the CT procedure and post-procedural management, image analysis, and interpretation of what went wrong and how to implement change to assure that the issue does not recur in the future.Read More
ISCT17 may have just ended a few months ago, but we’re already starting to get really excited about the 19thAnnual CT Symposium. Our meeting brings together the top experts in radiology from all over the world. With lectures and workshops built for radiologists/physicians, technologists, radiology residents, fellows, physician assistants, nurses and physicists; the ISCT’s three-day computed tomography symposium is something we look forward to year around.
One of our favorite things about our annual symposium is that it gives people from all over the world in our industry an invaluable opportunity to come together and learn. Not only can you brush up on your skills and knowledge while keeping up to date on the top trending innovations in CT, you can also earn educational credits towards your CME and SA-CME accreditations for being there. Awesome, right?Read More
We couldn’t be more excited about ISCT17, and we’ve got tons of exciting events planned for our attendees. That being said, we understand that not everyone will be able to join us in person this June. Radiology can be an incredibly demanding industry, and many of us are trying to balance work, academia, and personal lives. Continued education is key to staying relevant in our industry, but you won’t always have the flexibility to drop everything, hop on a plane and head to a conference in person, no matter how valuable it is.
We understand that, and that’s why we’re placing an emphasis on creating an outstanding virtual experience for those of you who are seeking professional growth and desperately want to be a part of ISCT17 but simply can’t make the trip in person.
We’ve created three unique ways to view our most exciting symposium content, all from the comfort of your own home. Earn accreditation, experience the most exciting moments live from ISCT17, and access your favorite lectures long after the symposium has ended!Read More
Most of you are probably familiar with the adorable and yet elusive Where’s Waldo character, from the children’s books where you have to search for him in a crowd of people. Dr. Geoffrey Rubin makes this apt comparison, discussing how searching for both Waldo and lung nodules during a dynamic lung CT interpretation can be equally challenging.Read More