Radiologists are calling on all political parties to commit to the reduction of extensive wait times for life- saving medical imaging diagnostic and interventional procedures. Read more…
Just Released! New CAR Radiology Resilience Now and Beyond Report is now available
The BCRS is pleased to bring you a virtual continuing professional development event on Neuroimaging. This educational webinar will focus on CT angiography of the head and neck and will including a review of the newly implemented Multiphase CTA Hot Stroke Protocol as well as other updates on imaging for stroke, intervention and related neuroimaging including a clinical presentation on the neurologist’s perspective.
Target Audience – Radiologists, radiology residents, Radiology and/or neuroradiology Fellows
The University of British Columbia Division of Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD) is fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Continuing Medical Education (CACME) to provide study credits for continuing medical education for physicians. This activity is an Accredited Self‐Assessment Program (Section 3) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program (MOC) of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and has been approved by UBC CPD for up to 4.75 MOC Section 3 Self‐Assessment hours (credits are automatically calculated). Each physician should claim only those credits accrued through participation in the activity (webinar + post-CME assessment quiz).
Thank you for signing up to attend our first CRW Cocktail Hour via Zoom! We are hoping this is an effective way for members to touch base since we’re unable to arrange in-person meet-ups this year. This is meant to be very informal so please feel free to have children running in the background and to tune in with your comfiest clothes.
Virtual Grand Rounds begins at noon on Wednesday Sept 16, 2020 at 12:00pm with a talk by Dr. Jason Chew on Neuroimaging of COVID. Grand Rounds will continue on-line only for the Fall, as attendance has literally doubled or tripled with this format. Please see the schedule here
CARJ “Diversity in Canadian Radiology: Success Requires Leadership Commitment” by Charlotte J. Yong-Hing, MD FRCPC and Michael N. Patlas, MD, FRCPC, FASER, FCAR, FSAR. Read more…
After years of noticing a concerning gender gap in her field of medicine, BC Cancer radiologist Dr Charlotte Yong-Hing is spearheading a project to influence more women to apply to the specialty. Canadian Radiology Women utilizes social medial to help spread the word. Read more…
To read more about gender diversity and inclusion, visit the ACR Diversity page.
A Focus on Sports Imaging.
Radiologists are the physician specialists who interpret x-rays, ultrasounds, CT, MR , nuclear medicine and PET scans, and who also perform interventional procedures such as biopsies and image guided catheter based treatments for cancer. This November 8th is the International Day of Radiology, and highlighted this year is Sports Imaging. Radiologists and imaging technologists play a central role in diagnosis and treatment of injuries occurring in all sports and activities, in professional and elite amateur athletes, but most commonly in members of the general public. Whether an ankle fracture from skiing, tennis elbow, a torn knee meniscus from soccer, or one of the countless other injuries we encounter, Radiologists are available at all times to assist in patient care and help you get back to your activity. Please enjoy the accompanying material which provides further details on how Radiologists are here to help.