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Section 3 and Section 2 accredited courses giving you the most value for your time.

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All our programs are certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program and recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA)

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Section 3 - Up to 5.25 credits

Liver Imaging Data and Reporting System (LI-RADS): BCRS Standardized Reporting CME

The BCRS is pleased to bring you a new virtual continuing professional development course on structured reporting - Liver Imaging - Reporting and Data Systems (LI-RADS).
Section 3 - Up to 5.25 credits

Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS): BCRS Standardized Reporting CME

The BCRS is pleased to bring you a new virtual continuing professional development series on Standardized Reporting. The first event in the series will focus on Breast Imaging - Reporting and Data Systems (BI-RADS).
Section 3 - Up to 15.0 credits

Introducing Dual Energy CT to Your Practice

The BCRS is pleased to bring you a virtual continuing professional development event on introducing DECT to your practice along with tips and practical applications to various body parts.
Section 3 - 15.0 credits

Virtual Neuroimaging: Approach to Head & Neck Tumours

All radiologists, regardless of practice type, will benefit from these valuable lectures on anatomy and pathology, staging and post-treatment imaging as well as a session to review Tumour Board cases.
Section 3 - up to 21.75 credits

Trauma Imaging: What Clinicians Want to Know from the Radiologist

This course will increase the value you provide to physicians that manage trauma patients through effective communications and relevant reports, translating to improved patient care and outcomes.
Section 3 - 14.25 credits
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Virtual Neuroimaging: CT Angiography of the Head & Neck

This course include a presentation on Multiphase CTA Hot Stroke Protocol as well as updates on imaging for stroke, intervention and related neuroimaging including a clinical presentation on the neurologist’s perspective.
Section 2 - 4.5 credits
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Virtual Breast Screening Forum

This course will be of interest to any physician concerned with breast imaging and interventional procedures of the breast. It features talks by leading radiologists in the field including Drs. Paula Gordon, Jean Seely, Edward Sickles and Linda Warren.
Section 2 - 5.0 credits
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Pediatric Imaging Update: Pearls and Pitfalls for General Radiologists

The course includes insightful talks by BC Children's Hospital radiologists and keynote speaker, Dr. Ramesh Iyer, a Pediatric Radiologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital on commonly encountered entities in general radiology practice as well as lesson from Dr. Iyer on Communicating Radiation Risk to Pediatric Patients and Families.

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