Here at Medical Imaging Convention, we will continue to find ways to inform of the future of medical imaging through informative and interactive sessions. 2022 is no exception and we continue to strive and stay connected.
Introducing ‘Medical Imaging digital’ – bringing you the latest trends, technology, and products, straight to you virtually! Join us as we bring digital events to your screens, full of exciting and new interactive content, discussions, and practices.
Join us as we embark on interactive learning, and don’t forget to watch our previous events on demand for FREE.
Digital Pathology - The scope and potential return on investment
The PathLAKE project along with many other initiatives is developing artificial intelligence-based solutions to common cellular pathology workflow challenges. The arrival of such technology adds additional complexity, and, very likely, will itself lead to radical changes in the way cellular pathology is practised which may be disruptive to the current provision of services.
This paper reviews what evidence is available and what additional value from this data could be delivered to address local requirements.
Professor David Snead, Consultant Pathologist and Professor of Pathology at University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire Practice and the University of Warwick
Diagnostic and Treatment Provision in England – Expanding Care Delivery
In order to deliver on the NHS plan and vision, Philips’ premise is that there needs to be a transformation in delivery of diagnostic and treatment services in England, expanding care delivery out of traditional hospital settings into community and specialist settings, as well as using the opportunity granted by affordable and accessible spaces on our high streets.
Stephen McMillan, Head of Solutions CoE, Philips UKI
Jeevan Gunaratnam, Director – Independent Sector, Philips UKI
The Impact of mpMRI and Fusion Biopsy on early Prostate Cancer detection
An overview of mpMRI Prostate, techniques and technologies to use and apply it for biopsies and the role of both in the prostate cancer assessment pathway and an introduction to multparametric MRI of the Prostate, imaging sequences, interpretation and PI-RADS scoring.
Dr Tristan Barrett, University Lecturer in the Department of Radiology at the University of Cambridge and an Honorary NHS Consultant Radiologist
Dr Christof Kastner, leading experts in assessment and treatment of benign and cancerous prostatic disease