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Infant Hip Ultrasound Course: for the Diagnosis and Management of Developmental Dysplasia of the Infant Hip using the Graf method

4th April 2019 – Update Course

5th & 6th April 2019 – Basic Course

Dublin

The Integrated Care Programme for Children, in association with Dr Sally Scott FRCR, is pleased to announce dates in Dublin for a 1 day update course and a 2 day basic course on ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH).

The course will take place in the pillar Room, Rotunda Hospital, Dublin 1 and will follow the same format as the very popular course organised by Dr Scott in England.

UPDATE COURSE IN INFANT HIP ULTRASOUND

 

The Update Course will be open to those who have previously attended a Graf Basic Course in Infant Hip Ultrasound.

The purpose of the Update Course is: -

  1. To ensure that participants are competent and confident in the technique of hip sonography.
  2. To sort out any problems that participants are encountering.
  3. To discuss in greater depth the clinical and ultrasonic management of children with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip.

Delegates are encouraged to bring with them a selection of their own images from both straightforward and problem cases.

There is flexibility to tailor the course to the needs of the participants and it will be equally suitable for radiologists, orthopaedic surgeons, paediatricians, physiotherapists, and senior sonographers.

 

BASIC COURSE IN INFANT HIP ULTRASOUND

This course is especially beneficial when multidisciplinary teams working with infant hip dysplasia attend. It is suitable for radiologists, sonographers, orthopaedic surgeons, paediatricians, and physiotherapists.

The aim is to give participants a thorough understanding of the role of ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of developmental dysplasia of the hip (previously known as congenital dislocation of the hip).

The course is both theoretical, covering the pathology, diagnosis and management of DDH, and practical, with “hands on” ultrasound sessions. Management based on ultrasound findings will be discussed. Questions such as the choice of equipment and how to set up an ultrasound service will be addressed.

 Please register for this course at:

https://www.doctorsacademy.org/msk-graf-uss

 

Event Date 04-04-2019
Event End Date 04-04-2019

Infant Hip Ultrasound Course: for the Diagnosis and Management of Developmental Dysplasia of the Infant Hip using the Graf method

4th April 2019 – Update Course

5th & 6th April 2019 – Basic Course

Dublin

The Integrated Care Programme for Children, in association with Dr Sally Scott FRCR, is pleased to announce dates in Dublin for a 1 day update course and a 2 day basic course on ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH).

The course will take place in the pillar Room, Rotunda Hospital, Dublin 1 and will follow the same format as the very popular course organised by Dr Scott in England.

UPDATE COURSE IN INFANT HIP ULTRASOUND

 

The Update Course will be open to those who have previously attended a Graf Basic Course in Infant Hip Ultrasound.

The purpose of the Update Course is: -

  1. To ensure that participants are competent and confident in the technique of hip sonography.
  2. To sort out any problems that participants are encountering.
  3. To discuss in greater depth the clinical and ultrasonic management of children with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip.

Delegates are encouraged to bring with them a selection of their own images from both straightforward and problem cases.

There is flexibility to tailor the course to the needs of the participants and it will be equally suitable for radiologists, orthopaedic surgeons, paediatricians, physiotherapists, and senior sonographers.

 

BASIC COURSE IN INFANT HIP ULTRASOUND

This course is especially beneficial when multidisciplinary teams working with infant hip dysplasia attend. It is suitable for radiologists, sonographers, orthopaedic surgeons, paediatricians, and physiotherapists.

The aim is to give participants a thorough understanding of the role of ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of developmental dysplasia of the hip (previously known as congenital dislocation of the hip).

The course is both theoretical, covering the pathology, diagnosis and management of DDH, and practical, with “hands on” ultrasound sessions. Management based on ultrasound findings will be discussed. Questions such as the choice of equipment and how to set up an ultrasound service will be addressed.

 Please register for this course at:

https://www.doctorsacademy.org/msk-graf-uss

 

Event Date 05-04-2019
Event End Date 06-04-2019

program highlights 2019

This course brings together a faculty of experienced lecturers noted for their expertise in central nervous system, musculoskeletal, head and neck, and body imaging.

The intensive four day course of instruction focuses on current clinical applications and incorporates the latest technical advances.

Ample time is provided for question and answer periods as well as an informal exchange of ideas and experiences with faculty members.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1ST
14:00 Introduction and Opening Remarks 
(P. Kullnig)
14:05 Automated MR Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System 
(J.F. Feller)
14:40 Pediatric Neuroimaging: What You Need to Know 
(B.A. Johnson)
15:20 Diffusion and Perfusion Tools for Body MRI 2019 
(R.N. Low)
16:00 Question and Answer Period
16:05 Break
16:25 Problem Solving with Body MRI - A Clinical Approach 
(R.N. Low)
17:05 MRI of the Lumbar Spine: a Structured Approach 
(P.F.J. Tirman)
17:45 Question and Answer Period

THURSDAY, MAY 2ND
09:00 Imaging Evaluation of Intracranial Mass Lesions 
(B.A. Johnson)
09:40 Evaluation of Intracranial Hemorrhage 
(B.A. Johnson)
10:20 Question and Answer Period
10:25 Break
10:45 MRI of Running Injuries
(J.F. Feller)
11:25 MRI of Golf Injuries 
(J.F. Feller)
12:05 Question and Answer Period
12:10 Industry-Sponsored Symposium
12:40 Lunch
14:00 Primary and Metastatic Liver Tumors: Monitoring Treatment
(R.N. Low)
14:40 Cancer Body Imaging 2019: MRI vs. PET 
(R.N. Low)
15:20 Question and Answer Period
15:25 Break
15:45 MRI of Peripheral Neuropathy 
(P.F.J. Tirman)
16:25 MRI of Peripheral Neuropathy: A Survey 
(P.F.J. Tirman)
17:05 Question and Answer Period

FRIDAY, MAY 3RD
09:00 MRI of Cirrhosis and Diffuse Liver Disease 
(R.N. Low)
09:40 MRI of Shoulder Instability 
(P.F.J. Tirman)
10:20 Question and Answer Period
10:25 Break
10:45 Imaging the Sella Turcica and Parasellar Region 
(B.A. Johnson)
11:25 Minimizing Diagnostic Errors in Neuroimaging 
(B.A. Johnson)
12:05 Question and Answer Period
12:10 Industry-Sponsored Symposium
12:40 Lunch
14:00 Clinical Decision Rules for Breast MRI 
(P. Baltzer)
14:40 PI-RADS Scoring and Disease Detection 
(A. Padhani)
15:20 Question and Answer Period
15:25 Break
15:45 Prostate Cancer Imaging of Biochemical Recurrence 
(A. Padhani)
16:25 MR Guided Laser Focal Therapy for Prostate Cancer and BPH 
(J.F. Feller)
17:05 Question and Answer Period

SATURDAY, MAY 4TH
09:00 MRI of the Forefoot 
(P.F.J. Tirman)
09:40 Diffusion Weighted Imaging of the Breast 
(P. Baltzer)
10:20 Question and Answer Period
10:25 Break
10:45 WB-MRI – How to do it and What it Tells You 
(A. Padhani)
11:25 WB-MRI Applications in Metastasis Imaging 
(A. Padhani)
12:05 Pediatric MSK MRI
(J.F. Feller)
12:45 Question and Answer Period
Event Date 01-05-2019
Event End Date 04-05-2019

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