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At Penn Medicine, one of our missions includes providing unsurpassed patient care. Protecting the safety of our patients and our staff remains one of our primary concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help protect our communities, Penn Radiology has suspended in-person courses through Dec. 31, 2021. We will offer live virtual courses throughout the year and will continue to monitor and reassess in-person course feasibility. Please email cme@rad.upenn.edu with any questions.

May 2021

 

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Advanced TAVR, TMVR, and Beyond with Hands-on Review of 50 Cases towards meeting the new Structural Heart Disease Competency Requirements

May 20 - 21, 2021

Virtual

This two-day comprehensive course is the second of three date offerings of this live virtual activity. Penn experts will perform live interpretations of at least 50 cases and be available at other times for discussion of additional cases from the library. Upon successful completion of the program, practitioners will meet the mentored examinations requirement for an Independent Practitioner in the new SCCT Guidelines for Structural Heart Disease competency.

Tuition includes access to a library of illustrative TAVR, TMVR, and other structural heart disease CT cases through a cloud-based full-featured post-processing platform during the live course. Software training videos will be provided in advance. Also, attendees will have full access to the recorded presentations and PowerPoint slides for thirty days following the course.

Participants may earn up to 15.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.

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August 2021

 

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Diagnosis in the Neuraxis: Comprehensive Review of Clinical Neuroradiology

August 13-15, 2021 and August 28-29, 2021

Virtual

The Penn Radiology Neuraxis course series was designed to provide a concise, high-yield overview of topics most fundamental to the clinical practice of neuroradiology as well as for board preparation. In this 3rd installment of Neuraxis, we expand on its foundation by offering additional in-depth coverage of ‘hot topics’ in neuroradiology, as well as practical exposure to advanced imaging techniques. This comprehensive review of clinical neuroradiology will be covered in two modules:

  • The first module will be offered from August 13 -15, 2021, and is specially designed for practicing radiologists interested in refreshing their neuroradiology skills, radiologists-in-training, and those preparing for certifying and re-certifying examinations. Over three days, we will provide a fast-paced, methodical, comprehensive review of all aspects of practical neuroradiology, modified to accommodate online learning in this pandemic era.
  • The second module will offer more in-depth exposure to several advanced topics in neuroradiology, and will be delivered as two half-day sessions from August 28 - 29, 2021.

Participants will have the opportunity to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) and SAM credits.

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October 2021

 

Penn Radiology logo and online course text 

Advanced TAVR, TMVR, and Beyond with Hands-on Review of 50 Cases towards meeting the new Structural Heart Disease Competency Requirements

October 15 - 16, 2021

Virtual

This two-day comprehensive course is the last of the three date offerings of this live virtual activity. Penn experts will perform live interpretations of at least 50 cases and be available at other times for discussion of additional cases from the library. Upon successful completion of the program, practitioners will meet the mentored examinations requirement for an Independent Practitioner in the new SCCT Guidelines for Structural Heart Disease competency.

Tuition includes access to a library of illustrative TAVR, TMVR, and other structural heart disease CT cases through a cloud-based full-featured post-processing platform during the live course. Software training videos will be provided in advance. Also, attendees will have full access to the recorded presentations and PowerPoint slides for thirty days following the course.

Participants may earn up to 15.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.

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A Multimodality Imaging Approach to Women’s Health

October 21 - 23, 2021

Virtual

This CME course with faculty from Penn Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital, will present current diagnostic radiology approaches to women’s health. These include diseases of the breast, benign and malignant disorders of the pelvis, lung cancer and colon cancer, thyroid disease, and osteoporosis. The course is intended for all health care providers who care for women and who order and interpret radiology studies, including internists, gynecologists, family physicians, and general radiologists. The role of interventional radiology will be included. Appropriate utilization of screening techniques will be examined, including tomosynthesis, ultrasound, MRI, DXA, MRI, and PET/CT. In addition, disparities in women’s healthcare, the global impact of imaging in women’s health, and ethical considerations will be discussed.

Participants will have the opportunity to earn 14.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) and 12 SAM credits.

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January 2022

 

Penn Radiology CME 2021 Punta Mita Four Seasons Resort 

Breast Imaging at the Beach 

January 9 – 12, 2022

Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita
Riveria Nayarit, Mexico

The program is designed for full or part-time breast radiologists and may also be of interest to breast surgeons and breast imaging technologists. In addition to a review of breast imaging fundamentals, which is offered to improve interpretation skills, lectures will include technologies such as digital breast tomosynthesis, screening breast ultrasound, as well as full and abbreviated breast MRI protocols. We will look at the evolving data that support these technologies and consider patient-specific factors that contribute to imaging decisions.

Registration information coming soon.

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February 2022

 

Penn Radiology CME, Park City, Utah 2022 

Slope Side Imaging

February 21-25, 2022

Westgate Park City Resort & Spa
Park City, Utah

This course is designed for clinical radiologists and focuses on algorithmic approaches to common approaches though challenging imaging diagnoses encountered in day-to-day clinical practice. Didactic lectures will emphasize methodical and practical approaches to difficult cases rather than granular disease-related details. The course design allows attendees to apply these approaches in daily instructor-led curated and interactive case sessions that highlight materials learned in the preceding didactics. Participants will have the opportunity to earn SAM credits throughout the week.

Registration information coming soon.

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March 2022

 

Penn Radiology CME, Fairmont Mayakoba, Riviera Maya, March 2021 

Radiology After Hours: Acute Diagnoses on Evenings and Weekends

March 6-9, 2022

Fairmont Mayakoba
Riviera Maya, Mexico

With rapid changes in health care and recent technological advances, the demand for real-time imaging interpretation 24 hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week has steadily increased. As a result, radiologists in most practices and academic centers have been asked to provide after-hours, ‘final’ interpretations. This course is designed for general and sub-specialized radiologists who are working these non-traditional schedules, including rotating after-hours shift work, have dedicated evening and overnight radiology shifts, take call on weekends and are required to interpret studies in areas that are different from their weekday routine.

Over four days, faculty will provide participants with practical information to enhance image acquisition and interpretation skills and identify the best modality for a given clinical presentation. Selected topics within neuroradiology, head and neck imaging, abdominal imaging, musculoskeletal radiology, chest, and pediatric radiology will be covered. Daily case conferences and the opportunity to earn SAM credits are included.

Registration information coming soon.

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June 2022

 

Penn Radiology CME, Martha's Vineyard, Edgartown, Massachusetts, June/July 2021 

43rd Annual Diagnostic Imaging: Back to the Vineyard

June 27 - July 1, 2022

Harbor View Hotel
Edgartown, Massachusetts 

Our five-day summer seminar returns in 2022 to Martha's Vineyard. Designed for clinical radiologists, this course will highlight a wide range of topics with an emphasis on CT and MR imaging of common abdominal pathology, MR of sports related injuries, and CT evaluation of interstitial lung diseases. Each presentation has been chosen to highlight imaging pitfalls and provide you with practical tips that you can immediately incorporate into your practice. Participants will also have the opportunity to earn SAM credits throughout the week.

Registration information coming soon.

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July 2022

 

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