Let's Get Clinical
At ACR 2015, clinical education takes a leading role. Which sessions are on your agenda?
At ACR 2015, clinical education will be woven throughout the meeting agenda. Whether you’re attending sessions from the Clinical Education Pathway or another area, clinical content will be an integral part of the meeting experience. As ACR 2015 nears, ACR members from across the specialty weigh in on their can’t-miss clinical aspects of the meeting.
“I am looking forward to all the rad-path sessions at ACR 2015, particularly the presentations of musculoskeletal neoplasms and diffuse lung disease. The use of radiologic-pathologic correlation really helps me to better understand these conditions and why they appear the way they do on images. Clinical education sessions like these help me to retain information and put it to use in my practice.” — Ellen M. Chung, MD, pediatric radiologist, vice chair and assistant professor of radiology at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
“I’m looking forward to the ACR Education Center’s subspecialty courses. At no other conference will you get a broad spectrum of courses covering every aspect of radiology.”
— Jennifer E. Nathan, MD, neuroradiologist at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital
“I’m looking forward to focusing on personalized medicine and learning how to play a major role as part of the multidisciplinary team that serves patients and their families.”
— Allan L. Brook, MD, director of interventional neuroradiology at Montefiore Medical Center and professor of clinical radiology and neurosurgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine
“Our practice embarked on lung cancer screening about 10 months ago. I am very much looking forward to the clinical sessions on this topic at ACR 2015 in order to see how we can improve and streamline our screening program and learn from others with more experience than we currently have.”
— Steven B. Birnbaum, MD, radiologist at Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinic Manchester
“The Mammography Case Review Live is especially enticing, as it features Dr. Edward A. Sickles. I learn something new every time I hear him speak. The multipart session ‘Breast Imaging Economics, Breast Cancer Epidemiology, and the Role of Preoperative Breast MRI’ also looks like a ‘can’t miss.’ It addresses many questions and issues we are facing each day in practice, especially where breast MRI rightly fits in when trying to balance cost and best care.”
— Mary S. Newell, MD, associate professor, assistant director of breast imaging, and associate director at the Breast Cancer Center at Winship Cancer Institute
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ACR 2015 will be held May 17–21, 2015, in Washington, D.C.