This event is now at capacity for in-person attendance.
Please either select the webinar option or fill out the form below to be added to a waitlist.
Waitlist confirmations will be sent out no later than October 28th.
Four years ago, the BCRS initiated a project, in partnership with Trauma Services BC, to develop Provincial standards for trauma imaging. Provincial Imaging Guidelines for Major Traumahave now been established to facilitate the right imaging for the right trauma patient at the right time. The optimal management of major trauma requires that clinicians, radiologists, and other medical and technical personnel work seamlessly together to ensure timely and accurate diagnosis and treatment. This includes using standardized protocols to minimize unnecessary imaging examinations and establishing consistent reporting procedures to avoid critical delays and to ensure that healthcare resources are used both effectively and efficiently.
This new CME opportunity will bring together a diverse group of diagnostic imaging and clinical professionals to help you navigate these new guidelines.
The event will open with a review of the Clinical Practice Guidelines Developed with Trauma Services BC followed by a discussion on gauging Trauma System Performance focusing on the diagnostic imaging perspective.
Trauma topics to be covered include:
IMAGING AND CLINICAL FACULTY (in alphabetical order)
The event will be moderated by Dr. Savvas Nicolaou.
Dr. Nevin De Korompay, Kelowna General Hospital
Dr. Luck Louis, VGH
Dr. Nicolas Murray, VGH
Dr. Savvas Nicolaou, VGH
Dr. Siobhan O’Neill, VGH
Dr. Daniel Rosenbaum, BC Children’s Hospital
Dr. Kenneth Wong, Royal Columbian Hospital
Dr. Robert Baird, BC Children’s Hospital
Dr. Kevin Bush, VGH
Dr. David Evans, VGH
Dr, Pierre Guy, VGH
Dr. Emilie Joos, VGH
Dr. Charles Haw, VGH
Dr. Harvey Hawes, VGH
Dr, John Street, VGH
Mr. Jaimini Thakore, PHSA
Each topic will commence with a radiologist presenting:
A clinician speaker will then present their perspective on the topic.
In addition, there will be Panel Discussions following both the morning and afternoon sessions where the speakers will address questions.
The BCRS has secured a preferred rate for this event (and the BCRS AGM), with rooms starting at $210 + taxes. There are 3 options to book:
The BCRS is pleased to announce that our Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday, November 2, 2019, at The Sutton Place Hotel following the Trauma Imaging CME event. We will host a reception for colleagues to mingle over some light snacks and a beverage, followed by a dinner meeting. Guest speakers include Dr. Michael Barry, new President of the CAR.
If you plan to attend, please forward any dietary restrictions to the BCRS
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