Skip to content

September 13 – 15, 2023

– Hybrid Event –

Stay tuned for more updates.

Wednesday, September 13, 2023

Start End Presenter Title
7:40 7:50 Dr. Savvas Nicolaou/ Dr. Jonathon Leipsic WELCOME
7:50 8:00 Dr. Samantha Gerrie Welcome from Dr. Samantha Gerrie
8:00 8:30 Dr. Ricardo Faingold Acute US cases
8:30 8:50 Dr. Dan Rosenbaum Chronic non-bacterial osteomyelitis
8:50 9:10 Dr. Samantha Gerrie Head ultrasound
9:15 9:30 Dr. Sheri Harder On call neuro cases
9:30 9:50 Dr. Ken Cheung Neonatal chest radiographs
9:50 10:10 Dr. Maka Tshuma Pediatric brain tumors
10:10 10:20 Dr. Samantha Gerrie Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
10:30 10:40 Dr. Ismail Ali Welcome from Dr. Ismail Ali
10:40 11:00 Dr. Pratik Mukherjee Where is the fire? Nontraumatic Abdominal Emergencies
11:00 11:20 Dr. Michael O’Keeffe Pearls and Pitfalls in the Imaging of Ballistic Injuries
11:20 11:40 Dr. Khaled Elbanna Imaging of Hepatobiliary Emergencies
11:40 12:00 Dr. Nicolas Murray Imaging foreign bodies in the ER – Pearls and Pitfalls
12:00 1:00 LUNCH BREAK 
1:00 1:20 Dr. Sadia Qamar Imaging Traumatic and Nontraumatic Emergencies in Pregnancy
1:20 1:40 Dr. Shamir Rai TBA
1:40 2:00 Dr. Ismail Ali Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
1:15 1:30
1:30 1:45
1:45 2:00
Dr. Jessica Li Welcome from Dr. Jessica Li
2:15 2.03 Dr. Colin Mar Sonographic evaluation of the ovary and adnexa: the updated version of O-RADS US
2:30 3:00 Dr. Yan Guo Case review of ovarian and adnexal masses
3:00 315 BREAK
3:00 3:30 Dr. Yan Guo Case review of ovarian and adnexal masses
3:30 3:50 Dr. Chantal Mayer Placental findings: what should be flagged and what can be ignored?
3:50 4:05 Dr. Tanya Martin MR-guided breast biopsy: tips, tricks and alternatives
4:05 4:25 Dr. Paula Gordon Dense Breast Tissue: The Risks and Remedies
4:25 4:40 Dr. Jessica Li Live Panel Discussion/Q&A

Thursday, September 14, 2023

7:50 8:00 Dr. Adnan Sheikh Welcome from Dr. Adnan Sheikh
8:00 8:30 Dr. Hugue Ouellette Imaging of hip and cartilage
8:30 8:55 Dr. Adnan Sheikh Imaging of SI joints
8:55 9:30 Dr. Jonathan Chan Rheumatologist prospective
9:30 10:00 Dr. Paul Mallinson Morton Neuroma
Forepoot pathology
10:10 10:20 Dr. Adnan Sheikh Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
10:30  10:40 Dr. Emily Pang Welcome from Dr. Emily Pang
10:40  11:05 Dr. Ania Kielar What’s new with LI-RADS and the tumor response algorithm?
11:05  11:30 Dr. Ania Kielar Moving from peer learning: a way forward
11:30  12:00 Dr. Silvia Chang Abbreviated MRI protocols
12:00  1:00 LUNCH BREAK
1:00  1:20 Dr. Gavin Sugrue Differentiating fibroids from leiomyosarcoma on MRI
1:20   1:40 Dr. Tim Murray Rectal cancer restaging in the neoadjuvant era
1:40   2:00 Dr. Emily Pang Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
Dr. Talia Vertinsky  NEURORADIOLOGY
2:00 2:15 Dr. Talia Vertinsky Welcome from Dr. Talia Vertinsky
2:15 2:40 Dr. Timo Krings Arterial Dissecting Disease
2:40 3:00 Conditions Mimicking Stroke – A Case Based Approach
3:00 3:15 BREAK
3:15 3:35 Dr. Jason Shewchuk CTA – tips and tricks
3:35 3:55 Dr. Will Guest Acute Stroke Imaging – From CTA to CTP
3:55 4:15 Dr. Raju Heran Steroke Intervention – Learning from our past, looking to our future
4:15 4:40 Dr. Talia Vertinsky Live Panel Discussion/Q&A

Friday, September 15, 2023

Start End Presenter Title
7:50 8:00 Dr. Dennis Parhar Welcome from Dr. Dennis Parhar
8:00 8:20 Dr. Darren Klass Imaging the Aorta – Tip for the Diagnostic Radiologist
8:20 8:40 Dr. Anastasia Hadjivassiliou Venous Imaging
8:40 9:00 Dr. David Liu Pearls & Pitfalls in &-90 Imaging
9:00 9:15 BREAK
9:15 9:35 Dr. Aalia Sachedina Chronic pelvic Pain – the Gynecologist’s Perspective
9:35 9:55 Dr. Lindsay Machan Imaging and Intervention in Chronic Pelvic Pain
9:55 10:20 Dr. Dennis Parhar Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
10:30 10:40 Dr. Philip Blanke Welcome from Dr. Philip Blanke
10:40 11:00 Dr. Philip Blanke First lecture – CCTA protocols and acquisition – Tips and Tricks
11:00 11:30  Dr. Jonathon Leipsic What can CCTA teach us about atherosclerosis
11:30 11:50 Dr. Pál Maurovich  TBA
11:50 12:00 Dr. Philip Blanke Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
12:00 12:30 LUNCH BREAK 
12:30 1:00 Dr. Maura Brown Imaging is fundamentally important but can we do it in a more environmentally friendly fashion?
1:00 1:20 Dr. Gaurav Gulsin Cardiac MRI for the general radiologist
1:20 1:40 Dr. Eric Williamson  Photon counting CT for cardiac applications – Lessons to Date
1:40 2:00 Dr. Philip Blanke Live Panel Discussion/Q&A
Dr. Charlotte Yong-Hing/Dr. Faisal Khosa EDI IN CANADIAN RADIOLOGY
1:40 2:40 Dr. Savvas Nicolaou Thank you, announcement of winners

Learning Objectives

  • Review of general current interventional techniques, therapies, and imaging techniques geared toward the general radiologist or radiologists who perform limited general IR procedures who also utilize cross sectional imaging to image patients following general interventional techniques. In the full day session, Didactic lectures will enable attendees to gain familiarity with a wide variety of interventional techniques such as embolization procedures in treating active bleeding in acute trauma, ultrasound guided intervention, gynecologic intervention, embolization of tumours, MSK intervention, aortic stent graft placement techniques.
  • Review and optimize protocols, processing technique parameters, present diagnostic pearls and pitfalls for assessing neurological anatomy, function as they pertain to common cerebrovascular, spinal, sinonasal and tumour disease processes.
  • Review and assess protocols, techniques and how to optimize protocol parameters with MR, MDCT, Ultrasound as it pertains to the musculoskeletal system and apply these principles to disease processes such as musculoskeletal tumours, infections, arthritis, internal joint derangement and sport related injuries.
  • Review and apply current indications, protocols, imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging, MDCT, Ultrasound, and present diagnostic pearls and pitfalls assisting in the evaluation of common pediatric diseases and processes.
  • Review and evaluate current and new technological advances in thoracic and cardiac imaging and appropriate utilization of these imaging tools in assessing functional, anatomical information that is clinically relevant and being able to apply this knowledge effectively to daily clinical practice.
  • Strategies will also be introduced to reduce radiation dose for cardiac assessment without compromising image quality.
  • Review and apply current indications, protocols, imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging, MDCT, Ultrasound, and present diagnostic pearls and pitfalls assisting in the evaluation of common abdominal disease processes.
  • Review and assess current literature and how to optimize MDCT protocols and other imaging modalities to correctly manage emergency and trauma patients to ensure that the appropriate studies are performed in the correct order to minimize morbidity and mortality in the acute setting. Review imaging findings in emergency/ trauma conditions including patterns of cervical spinal injury, blunt vascular neck injury, pancreatic/ duodenal trauma, acute chest pain, blunt abdominal trauma.
Back To Top