The University of Toronto Advanced Imaging and Education Centre (AIEC) is dedicated to providing the highest standard of quality education to the student who will participate in the advanced imaging workshops incorporating computed tomography courses in cardiac, neurological, abdominal and vascular imaging.
An intensive five-day course designed to accomplish Level 2 competency or progress to Level 3 competency in interpretation of cardiac CTA as recommended by the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association.
The most effective, realistic and efficient training since fellowship, combining faculty lectures and one-on-one interaction, with intensive, self-paced case review. Each course mimics a mini-fellowship and provides attendees the immersion necessary to increase your skills to perform at peak level.
Cardiovascular Medical Group of Southern California (CVMG) pioneered the introduction of one of the world’s first integrated cardiac CT centers in a leading academic cardiology practice as well as one of the first to integrate FFRCT into practice. CVMG, with the cooperation with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, UCLA Medical Center and Vital Images is now offering this exceptional training opportunity.
Amery Medical Academy – Cardiac CTA Training for Cardiologists and Radiologists
One of the nation’s most intensive and comprehensive Level 1, 2 and 3 Cardiac CTA training courses endorsed by the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. Designed to help cardiologists, radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians meet their Cardiac CTA certification requirements.
This workshop will present, to both academic and practicing radiologists, the fundamentals and latest techniques of non-invasive colon cancer screening. The course will consist of didactic lectures and hands-on individual computer workstations with Dr. Judy Yee. The attendee will learn to perform, interpret and report a VC exam, as well as how to deal with questionable findings and avoid pitfalls.
Providing the latest advances in cardiac care. Cardiac Care Critique provides links to webinars that will help doctors learn the latest procedures and patients receive the best possible care. Cardiac mystery case presentations. Cardio-Oncology Live webinars and Virtual Coronary Anomaly Clinic.
MonashHeart provides a cardiac CT course each year on site at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton, Melbourne Victoria, Australia on the Toshiba 320-slice Aquilion One CT scanner. The course is taught by highly experienced level B accredited faculty and includes exposure to and experience in cardiac CT imaging, coronary artery disease with catheter correlation, congenital heart disease and acquired non-coronary artery disease.
Hooglede, Belgium: The workshop is aimed at providing practical skills and information for those considering starting CTC at their institution. The presentations highlight State of the art Technique, with focus on patient preparation and reading technique. Practical skills are provided in hands-on training sessions.
Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet
The purpose of the course is to acquire a working knowledge of current 320-row dynamic volume MDCT (Aquilion ONETM) for cardiovascular imaging and myocardial perfusion. Furthermore, clinical results in daily practice will be discussed.
Leiden University Medical Center
Neurological Imaging with Dynamic Volume CT: This 2-day workshop aims to provide a working knowledge of current 320-row dynamic volume MDCT (Aquilion ONE ViSION Edition) for neurological imaging, covering evaluation of both brain perfusion and dynamic CTA, as well as cerebrovascular anatomy and pathology.
The University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh Training and Conference Venue – Level 1&2 Cardiac CT. The course offers lectures and hands-on experience in the interpretation of 150 contrast enhanced CT coronary angiograms as well as multiple non-contrast coronary calcium scans. The course meets the requirements for level II accreditation as defined the British Society of Cardiac Imaging and the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography.