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Applications of Artificial Intelligence in CT and MR Imaging, Proudly supported by GE Healthcare
The webinar is designed to provide insights to applications using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in CT and MR clinical practice. The most modern model of AI, Deep Learning, utilizes a deep neural network-based recon engine that learns how to differentiate noise from signals to intelligently suppress noise without impacting anatomical and pathological structures. The resulting images, in CT, provide outstanding image quality with a preferred texture for improved reading confidence and with a radiation dose reduction. For MRI it is possible to manipulate the sequence parameters to create an image with higher spatial resolution and shorter imaging times. In this webinar, recent clinical applications, learnings and best practices of AI including Deep Learning, TrueFidelity™ and AIR™ Recon DL will be presented by renowned radiologists from Australia and New Zealand in CT and MR Imaging. This session will explore: • AI in MRI and how it assists in spatial resolution increase and image quality aiding Radiology reporting and exam time efficiency. Clinical cases in Body MR imaging. • Multiple AI models in CT including the detection of incidental Prostate tumours and the supreme image quality that TrueFidelity ™ provides across all aspects of CT imaging including Spectral. • Meet the experts online via Q&A. Speakers: Dr Peter Brotchie Dr Daniel Cornfeld
RANZCR Member
7/14/2021 9:00:00 AM
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Expanding the role of MRI in Radiation Oncology, Proudly supported by Philips
The webinar is designed to provide an in-depth view of clinical implementation of MRI in radiotherapy. Recent developments and already established techniques will be presented by internationally renowned experts. The spectrum of clinical scenarios shared during this webinar will include topics spacing from the emerging role of MR imaging in Head-and-Neck radiotherapy to modern applications of hyperthermia in cancer treatment. This session will explore: • Focus developments to address unmet clinical needs in radiation oncology • Latest trends in oncology MRI • Best practices from the leading medical centers in Europe • Meet the experts online via Q&A
RANZCR
7/22/2021 8:00:00 AM
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FROGG #8 Genitourinary Sessions for Radiation Oncology supported by Mundipharma
Topic: Radiotherapy for renal cell carcinoma: renaissance of an overlooked approach Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the 8th most common cancer in Australia. When localised it is managed predominantly with surgery and less frequently with interventional thermal ablation techniques. RCC is considered traditionally radioresistant and radiotherapy has limited utility outside of occasional palliation in advanced disease. With the advent of newer techniques such as stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy (SABR), radiotherapy is enjoying a renaissance in its uptake in the management of RCC. In order to keep up-to-date with advances in knowledge in the role of radiotherapy for primary RCC, this lecture will explore several fundamental concepts. This includes the radiobiology of RCC, technical aspects of SABR delivery in primary RCC, use of SABR in for larger renal masses, outcomes of SABR with solitary kidneys, renal function and nephron sparing approaches with SABR, and the use of SABR as a cytoreductive therapy to the primary in advanced RCC. Learning objectives - Radiobiology of radio resistance in renal cell carcinoma - Indications for SABR in primary RCC and expected outcomes - Technical considerations for SABR in primary RCC - Outcomes expected for SABR in metastatic RCC - SABR in the context of systemic therapies Meet our guest speaker: Associate Professor Shankar Siva (PhD) is a radiation oncologist and leads the stereotactic body radiotherapy (SABR) service at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. He has over 200 manuscript publications, including original works in leading journals such as Lancet Onc, JAMA Onc, European Urology and Journal of Thoracic Oncology. He leads 5 international multicentre trials through the TransTasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) with a focus in SABR. His current research program focuses on high-tech radiotherapy delivery, in the context of SABR and immunotherapy combinations, oligometastatic disease, lung, kidney cancer and prostate cancer.
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5/19/2022 9:00:00 AM
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Gynaecological Oncology Radiation Oncology special interest group webinar (GOROC)
Topic: Management of challenging IVA cervical cancers: brachytherapy and external beam solutions to optimize outcomes The lecture will focus on a difficult presentation in cervical cancer, namely the management of tumors that invade the bladder and rectum. We will review the process of diagnosis and management of acute symptoms related to bladder and bowel invasion as well as discuss the role of imaging in this diagnosis. Techniques for management with external beam and brachy therapy will be discussed with pros and cons of each approach for boosting extensive disease. Finally we will review expected outcomes and potential next steps in development of therapy for advanced cervical cancers. Key learning points: • Expected outcomes for stage IVA cervical cancers • Brachytherapy approaches for stage IVA cervical cancer • External beam approaches for boosting IVA cervical cancers Meet our guest speaker: Ann Klopp, MD, PhD is a Professor, Director of Radiation Oncology Gynecological Services and Center Medical Director, COVID Vaccine Clinic at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Klopp’s research and clinical practice focus on the use of advanced radiation techniques to reduce toxicity and improve outcomes for women with gynecologic cancers receiving radiation therapy. She leads a research protocols aimed at improving outcomes for women with cervical cancer, including investigating the impact of real-time MRI guidance to guide the position of brachytherapy applicators and evaluating a combination of HPV directed vaccine with radiation therapy. In addition, she is a physician-scientist investigating the effects of the tumor microenvironment on the biology of gynecologic cancers, including the tumor and gut microbiome. Her research is funded by the Emerson Collective and the MD Anderson Moonshot program. She also serves as the co-chair of the Corpus Committee at NRG Oncology and the President of the American Brachytherapy Society. Training Topics Area of need Radiation Oncology Topics Radiation Therapy Brachytherapy
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6/6/2022 10:00:00 PM
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JMIRO Publications Workshop - How to successfully publish an original article
Description You will hear from experienced authors and editors on factors that affect publication success. To make the most of your paper and to ensure it reaches the widest audience, we will share with you the skills of using infographics, videos, podcasts and social media that will get your paper cited. There are major changes in Open Access publishing that we will discuss. The webinar includes interactive sessions and a Q&A session on research collaboration. Key learning points • Understand what makes original research publishable • Understand the Open Access movement and new developments to broaden its scope for authors in Australia and New Zealand • Learn how to use reporting guidelines to improve your paper • Learn how to make your article discoverable online and appears on top of the search engine list. • Understand aids to paper citation such as podcasts and infographics • Learn the benefits of social media for research dissemination Speakers * Prof Michael Barton OAM, MBBS, MD, FRANZCR, JMIRO Editor in Chief * Mr Simon Goudie, Senior Publishing Manager (Wiley) * Prof Geoff Delaney, MD, PhD, MBBS, FRANZCR, manuscripts reviewer * Ms Cherry Agustin, BAppSc (MRS), MPH, JMIRO Associate Editor * Ms Evelyn Parsonage, Journal Associate Publishing Manager (Wiley) * Dr Mark Bekhit, MBChB, JMIRO Social Media Associate Editor
RANZCR Member
3/29/2022 3:00:00 AM
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Optimal Tissue Acquisition and Optimal Pathology Outcomes: Best Practice for Oncology Patients in the Era of Personalised Care Webinar
Successful tissue acquisition is critical when determining suspected malignancy in a patient. In the era of precision care, appropriate tissue samples are essential to assess for specific biomarkers and the subsequent utility of evidence-based medicine. Interventional radiology is necessary to conduct tissue acquisition when surgery is not appropriate. Understanding the tissue pathway and requirements from a pathology perspective support the utility of precision care for patients with malignancy. Learning Objectives: • Optimal technique for tissue acquisition • Management of challenging patient presentation • Tissue pathway from acquisition to pathology interrogation • Pathology requirements of tissue sampling to support optimal patient management • Best practice for collaborative radiology and pathology outcomes
RANZCR Member
7/21/2022 8:30:00 AM
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2018 AI in Healthcare
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Centralised Learning Program
RANZCR is proud to launch a new education program available for all Australian and New Zealand Clinical Radiology Trainees. The Centralised Learning Program (CLP) is a 24-month lecture program, where a new session will be available monthly via the RANZCR webcast library to view on demand. Each session will run for 1.5 – 2 hours, usually consisting of two lectures which are delivered by a local Australian or New Zealand content expert. Viewing of the lecture series is not compulsory, but highly recommended. The content is aimed at the level of an early Phase 2 trainee (ideally viewed within the 2nd and 3rd training years), but available to all trainees, fellows and international medical graduates. Each session is designed around a theme, for example ‘Neuroradiology’, with lectures designed to extend trainees and give them access to expert educators who can help them explore selected topics in greater depth. Themes range from systems-based clinical radiology, through procedural and interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and intrinsic roles. This lecture series is designed to complement learning programs that are already occurring at a Local Network or RANZCR Branch level, aiming to provide high yield knowledge to equip trainees for successful post-fellowship practice. Sessions can be viewed individually or as a group. We encourage you to speak to your Director of Training to see how this program will best fit into your individual learning plan.
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Chest
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Clinical Radiology Examinations
This channel is for videos related to the CR Examinations
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CSM 2014 Webcast Catalog
Welcome to the CSM2014 Webcast Catalog. To find a presentation, either navigate the folders to the left or use the search engine on the top right of this page. To view a presentation, either click on the title of the presentation or click WATCH. For technical support, please email support@gigtv.com.au Below are the plenary sessions from all days of the event.
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CSM2014
5/13/2022 11:31:36 PM
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Education and Research
5/13/2022 11:37:41 PM
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Educational Webinars
A series of online workshops for RANZCR Clinical Supervisors
5/23/2022 9:35:28 AM
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e-Health
5/13/2022 11:36:40 PM
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ePortfolio
Video library for the 'how to' video guides when using the RANZCR ePortfolio System.
5/13/2022 11:36:29 PM
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Forensic
5/13/2022 11:34:47 PM
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FRO 2012
5/13/2022 11:32:55 PM
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Gastrointestional
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Genitourinary (prostate included)
5/31/2022 11:48:17 PM
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Geriatrics
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Haematology
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Head and Neck
9/26/2022 3:38:40 AM
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Health Physics/Bio Physics
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Health Policy
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Information Technology/PACS
5/13/2022 11:29:39 PM
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Interventional
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Neuroradiology
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NSW Branch Monthly Scientific Meetings
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Ocular Cancers
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Oncologic Imaging
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Paediatrics
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Palliation/Patient Care
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Pathology
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Quality and Patient Safety
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Radiobiology
6/21/2022 12:56:42 AM
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RANZCR ASM 2013
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RANZCR ASM 2015
Plenary Sessions
5/13/2022 11:30:07 PM
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RANZCR ASM 2016
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RANZCR NZ Branch ASM 2016
5/13/2022 11:33:37 PM
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RANZCR Recalls
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RANZCRASM 2010
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RANZCRASM 2011
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Sponsored Educational Webinars
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Statistics & Methods Research Workshop for Radiation Oncology Registrars
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Victorian Branch Monthly Scientific Meetings
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