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17 & 18

MAR 2020


National
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Keynote Speakers

Medical Imaging is constantly evolving, with new developments being made every day. This is why we have acquired some of the industry’s leading experts to talk about the latest advancements in imaging technologies at the Medical Imaging Convention. Every seminar at the convention is free and CPD accredited, to enable better patient outcomes, efficiency and cost-effectiveness in UK medical imaging.

Speakers

Tuesday 26th March

Wednesday 27th March

speaker

11.00 - 11.30

Professor Feng Wu

Focused Ultrasound Therapy for Tumours: Current Status and Future Prospective

As a non-invasive procedure, focused ultrasound therapy has been increasingly used for treating patients with solid tumours. It employs focused ultrasound beam to treat a targeted tumour at depth without any damage to surrounding tissues. This presentation reviews focused ultrasound therapy with respect to its emerging clinical applications and future prospective. It also introduces an up-to-date clinical status in Oxford, ranging from tumour thermal ablation to targeted drug delivery.

speaker

11.45 - 12.15

Ernesto A. Cerdena, PhD

Challenges and Success in Adopting Clinical Decision Support Mechanism In Diagnostic Imaging

The Clinical Decision Support Mechanism connects ordering clinicians with evidence-based guidance directly in the ordering workflow, helping to improve quality of care and increase patient safety by eliminating inappropriate or unnecessary imaging studies. This topic addresses the pitfalls and accomplishments of CDSM early adoption. Furthermore, the discussion shares common barriers of CDSM interoperability with hospital electronic health record, operational workflow optimization, and performance metrics development to meet hospital quality programs.

speaker

12.30 - 13.00

Laura Allington

Operational challenges of planning a new NHS high energy proton service

Perspective overview from University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust of implementing the NHS high energy proton therapy service with the Christie NHS Foundation Trust.

speaker

13.15 - 13.45

Terry Jones

u EXPLORER: The World's First Total-Body PET Scanner

The construction and performance of The World's First Total-Body PET Scanner is reported together with the first human static and dynamic scans. These demonstrate that this technology will detect lower levels of focal pathology, reduce radiation absorbed doses, the time taken to scan, and provide image derived arterial tracer concentrations for quantifying tissue function. How this technology offers to advance nuclear medicine based healthcare, and clinical research will be discussed.

speaker

14.00 - 14.30

Dr med. Christoph Juli FRCR, Consultant Cardiac Radiologist

Compressed SENSE Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) Imaging with the 1.5T Ambition X BlueSeal Magnet

Compressed SENSE is a break-through imaging acceleration technique speeding up not only sequences but the entire exam. This talk is dedicated to illustrate (with case examples) its usefulness in clinical CMR and how we have implemented it on our 1.5T Ambition X. Demonstration of how the excellent homogeneity of the BlueSeal magnets 55cm field-of-view can be used to answer the most challenging CMR imaging demands.

speaker

14.45 - 15.15

Dr Sarah Brüningk

The role of ultrasound therapy in cancer treatments

Therapeutic ultrasound is a non-invasive, localized technique to deliver heating and/or mechanical stress deep into tissue. Applications for cancer therapy range from pain palliation to disease eradication using a variety of techniques including hyperthermia, drug delivery enhancement, ablation (of tumour or nerves), and mechanical tissue disruption (histotripsy). It can be deployed either as single modality or in combination with other treatments, such as radiotherapy.

speaker

15.30 - 16.00

Prof Iris Quasar Grunwald

The UKs 1st Mobile Stroke Unit – is this the future?

We share our experience of running the 1st Mobile Stroke Unit, an ambulance equipped with CT scanner, Point of Care Lab and Telemedicine in the UK.

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