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Courses for Radiologists, Cardiologists, and other Physicians using medical images as part of their practice. Includes courses for Fellows, Residents, and Interns. Most courses provide Category 1 CME credit.

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  • JHU Cardiac CT Level II Certification Course
    Classroom Training

    JHU Cardiac CT Level II Certification Course

    • CTM 5000
    • Course Type: Classroom
    • Course Length: 5 days
    • Cost: $6,395
    • Credits: Up to 41 CME

    This Cardiac CT program offers 20 hours of didactic lectures on patient selection, preparation, imaging principles and techniques, contrast material, cardiac anatomy, assessment of cardiac function and pathology. Training activities include observation of the acquisition of 50 patient examinations and hands on 3D post processing sessions. A review of over 150 Coronary CTA cases to demonstrate the variety of pathology which can be evaluated by CT. A minimum of 100 cases will be reviewed during the 5 days of the course. Participants will be evaluated by means of practical tests demonstrating proficiency with the use of the workstation. A home study program follows the onsite training. Interpretation of 50 case studies and other elements of the course are submitted for course completion while monitored by the education department. This course meets Level II certification guidelines for the ACC and ACR.$6,395.00 tuition only. To register or receive additional information contact Susan Orr at 410-550-0849 or sorr@jhmi.edu. Scheduled Class Dates: ALL 2017 - Jun 5-9, Sept 18-22, Oct 16-20, Nov 6-10, and Dec 4-8. 2018 dates: Jan 8-12 and Feb 12-16.

  • Neuroradiology Imaging Course, Management of Acute Stroke - Aquilion One
    Classroom Training

    Neuroradiology Imaging Course, Management of Acute Stroke - Aquilion One

    • CTM 5010
    • Course Type: Classroom
    • Course Length: 3 days
    • Cost: $5,000

    This 3-day course is designed for certified neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiologists, and neuroradiologists interested in training in the workflow for the acute stroke patient. It provides hands-on workshop-type training in whole brain CT perfusion acquisition, interpretation, image processing, and case reporting. The curriculum includes observations of neuro CTA studies, recorded lectures, learning modules, textbooks, articles, and Vitrea FX workstation training.

  • Abnormal 11-13 +6 week scan CME
    Recorded Lecture

    Abnormal 11-13 +6 week scan CME

    • MDP 1401
    • Course Type: Online
    • Cost: $49
    • Credits: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME

    Offered at no cost during the month of October and through November 15th to celebrate MUAM. This presentation will highlight the abnormal findings in the 11-13 week fetal ultrasound. The objectives of the presentation are to discuss nuchal translucency and its management, as well as to review early evaluation of fetal anomalies and potential diagnostic pitfalls.

  • Acute Lower Quadrant Pain CME
    Recorded Lecture

    Acute Lower Quadrant Pain CME

    • MDP 1402
    • Course Type: Online
    • Cost: $49
    • Credits: 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME

    Dr. Atri discusses the role of imaging for the evaluation of acute lower quadrant pain. This talk is divided in focus between causes that produce acute pain in the right lower quadrant (acute appendicitis), and left lower quadrant (acute diverticulitis), as well diseases that affect both the right and left lower quadrant.

  • Advances in MDCT Dose Reduction CME
    Recorded Lecture

    Advances in MDCT Dose Reduction CME

    • MDP 1403
    • Course Type: Online
    • Cost: $75
    • Credits: 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CME

    Dr. Rogalla discusses the recent technical advances in Multi-Detector CT as it pertains to potential dose reduction. Improvements in dose efficiency are reviewed with regards to photon counting detectors, x-ray tubes and reconstruction techniques, detector efficiency, x-ray beam filters, better active shielding, electronics (DAS), and optimization of image filters.