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ISCT 2019: Earn Up To 26.25 CME Credits With Our CT Symposium

Continuing your medical education is key to establishing yourself as a relevant, valuable member of the radiology community, and finding the time to advance your professional knowledge is essential. ISCT’s 21st annual international symposium of CT is accredited by the ACCME, providing radiologists and technologists an opportunity to earn a whopping 26.25 credit hours of CME.

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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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A Trip Down Memory Lane - Reflecting On The Benefits Of ISCT's Symposium

If there's one thing we love, it's seeing the incredible impact that our annual CT symposium has had on our attendees' lives, both personally and professionally. We've striven to create an educational conference that's both valuable and actionable, one that stays with attendees long after the symposium is over, and it's testimonials like this one that help show us we're accomplishing what we set out to do:

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5 Reasons To Attend ISCT 2018

Our symposium is specifically designed to benefit not just radiologists, but members from every aspect of the department. Whether you're interested in the articulation of "value" in CT, the potential impact of artificial intelligence, the clinical implementation of dual energy techniques, optimizing exposure control across vendors, understanding the impact of various scanner options or collecting pearls for interpreting clinical examinations, our 2018 CT conference has it all.

It's an incredible chance for education and growth, both personally and professionally. Every radiology conference has its benefits, here are 5 reasons to attend ours:

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First Batch Of Preliminary Topics Released For ISCT 2018

There are so many changes happening in CT right now, far too many for any individual to keep up with on their own. That’s why our program directors have been hard at work identifying the most important and innovative topics in the industry and compiling a program for ISCT 2018 that’s comprehensive, tactical, and dives deeply into each issue. We’re still finalizing many of our talks, but here’s a look at some of our overarching session topics and the preliminary program for the 2018 symposium:

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