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Diagnostic imaging
Diagnostic Imaging

Courses and Conferences

Presenting in 2015-2016

Paediatric Body MRI Course 2015

Presented by The Society for Pediatric Radiology, September 18-19.  

The target audience for this program includes pediatric radiologists, general radiologists, fellows, residents, and MRI technologists who perform and report body MRI.  The course objectives include discussing basic techniques and ways to improve routine use of body MRI in terms of quality, describing advanced techniques that are being applied in body MR imaging, discussing the the present and future role of body MRI in pediatric oncology, and reviewing clinical experiences as it pertains to the use of body MRI in the management and treatment of pediatric diseases.  For more information concerning this course, please see the course e-pamphlet.  

Derek Harwood-Nash Research Day - Paediatric Epilepsy 2015

Presented by The Department of Diagnostic Imaging, The Hospital for Sick Children and Department Medical Imaging, University of Toronto, Friday, October 16

The Derek Harwood-Nash Lecture in Neuroradiology is an annual event to commemorate the tremendous contribution of Dr. Harwood-Nash in laying the foundation of Paediatric Neuroradiology.  This year's keynote speaker, Dr. Nadia Colombo, Neuroradiologist for the Epilepsy Surgery Centre at Nigarda Hospital in Milan, will be discussing Surgical epilepsy: imaging updates.  For more information concerning this year's DHN Research Day, please see the pamphlet

Hands-On Surgical Training (HOST) 2016 Congenital Heart Disease Surgery with 3D Print Models Course

The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada, is pleased to present a 2 ½-day, hands-on congenital heart disease surgery course for 12 cardiovascular surgeons to take place January 7-9, 2016. The pre-registered attendees will have the opportunity to perform five surgical procedures on their own 3D print models. These cases include tetralogy of Fallot, complete transposition of the great arteries with intact ventricular septum, two different forms of double outlet right ventricle and hypoplastic left heart syndrome. The hands-on sessions for each case will be preceded by didactic lectures on surgical anatomy, as well as discussions on the techniques. Attendees will be divided into groups of two and each will have the opportunity to perform the procedures as primary operator and assistant. The established cardiovascular surgeons will be available for advice and demonstration of the procedures throughout the course.  For more information and to register for this course, please see our course pamphlet

For information concerning our previous years' courses and conferences, please visit our previous years' web page