26th – 28th July 2019
The Star Gold Coast
The Evolution of the Radiology Technologist and Their Role in the Era of AI
Using Machine / AI Learning Today
Ahead of the curve since 2002, RADAIM is now morphing once again, embedding the latest technology into our lecture program, conference apps and post conference accessibility.
RADAIM prides itself on having practical, clinical, up-to-date lectures presented by our brightest colleagues. This year RADAIM will revert back to its original form of a concurrent CT/MR stream format.
CT and MR components will be taught by radiologists and radiographers who work at busy sites and have gained insight via real world experience.
AI, deep machine learning and their clinical relevance will feature prominently in RADAIM 2019. Combined morning sessions will include topics that explain the current state of play in this technology and what is just around the corner.
The Radiology workshops focus on two hot topics that require proficiency – Multi Parametric MR Prostate (Dr Ron Shnier) and Occupational Lung Disease – HRCT and ILO Classification (Dr Catherine Jones). Both workshops are included for Full Registration Radiologists.
The Combined Panel session will focus on AI and it’s impact on our profession. There has been a lot of speculation from the radiologists perspective but this has yet to be addressed when referring to the radiographer/tech. Vendors will also engage in what will prove to be a frank and enlightening discussion.
RADAIM – there is nothing like being there.
a maximum of 45 ASMIRT points apply
Zero Conference Satchels for RADAIM19
After multiple comments from delegates regarding the associated environmental consequences and lack of need for conference satchels, we have decided to go Satchel free this year.
All conference needs will be accessible on the RADAIM19 – APP and pens and paper for taking notes will be available in the lecture rooms.
International Keynote Speakers
Dr. Elliot K. Fishman
Elliot Fishman – Director of Diagnostic Imaging and Body CT at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Professor of Radiology, Oncology, Surgery, Urology and Founder of ctisus.com. Possibly the worlds most recognisable CT Radiologist and has a large and dedicated following.
Dr. Elliot K. Fishman is a Professor in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Department Radiology and Radiological Science, Department of Oncology and Department of Surgery. He serves as Director of Diagnostic Imaging and Body Computed Tomography at Johns Hopkins and is a member of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. His clinical and research interests focus on medical imaging with specific emphasis on three-dimensional (3D) imaging and computed tomography (CT).
Dr. Eliot Siegel
Vice Chair U. Maryland School of Medicine, Chief Radiology & Nuclear Medicine, Vice Chair Information systems, Professor of Computer Science and of Bioengineering – is the go-to guy for AI in Radiology (you can view his numerous interviews on AuntMinnie.com, lectures at SIIM)
Dr. Eliot Siegel is Professor and Vice Chair of Research Information Systems at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, as well as Chief of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine for the Veterans Affairs Maryland Healthcare System, both in Baltimore, MD. He has adjunct appointments as Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Maryland College Park and as Professor of Computer Science at the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus. Dr. Siegel has also served as imaging informatics consultant to the National Cancer Institute.
Professor Meng Law
Director of Neuroradiology and Program Director of the Neuroradiology Fellowship Program, Director of the Neuroimaging Core for the USC Alzheimer Disease Research Center.
Great news! – Professor Meng Law is back in Australia. Over the past decade, Meng has worked at Keck School of Medicine USC as the director of the Division of Neuroradiology, Professor of Neurological Surgery, Professor of Neurology and Professor of Biomedical Engineering. He is currently the Director of Radiology at Alfred Health and has other professorships in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering and Neuroscience.
Workshops included in Radiologist Registration
Dr Ronald Shnier
Trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Did a neuro fellowship there, an MSK fellowship at UCLA.
Has been involved in public practice, small and large private practice. Involved at an industry level with ADIA for many years as both vice president and president. Special interest in prostate cancer. Numerous publications and medical advisory boards. All round good guy.
Dr Catherine Jones
Catherine obtained a BSc (mathematics and physics) at UQ in 1997, and MBBS at UQ in 2001.
She undertook surgical and radiological registrar training in the UK from 2003 to 2010 before a cardiothoracic radiology fellowship in Canada in 2010/11. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Radiologists and the Royal College of Radiologists (England). Catherine practises in general radiology with focus on cardiothoracic imaging, and is a B reader for ILO assessment of occupational lung disease. Catherine is a member of the RANZCR working party on occupational lung imaging.
RADAIM19 Program – Quick View
1 Casino Dr, Broadbeach, Queensland Australia
Freshly renovated and ideally situated. Lush landscaped gardens, enviable location and five-star comfort. We have secured a limited number of rooms at some great rates. Staying on site makes it a whole lot easier. Rates available for 3 days pre and post conference.
Superior Deluxe Room (single, double, twin) $259 per night.
Please Note: Bookings for accommodation have now closed, to book accommodation please proceed to make arrangements with the hotel, by calling 1800 074 344.
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55 Daintree Drive
Lennox Head, NSW 2478