Daily Bulletin 2015

Tuesday At a Glance

Dec. 01, 2015

7:15–8:15

Hot Topics and Controversies Sessions

RSNA Diagnosis Live

8:30–10:00

Educational Courses

Associated Sciences Educational Course

(BOOST) Bolstering Oncoradiologic and Oncoradiotherapeutic Skills for Tomorrow: Breast, CNS

Essentials of Chest Imaging

Quality Improvement Symposium: The Value of Practice Quality Improvement

8:30–Noon

Series Courses:
Breast, Cardiac, Emergency, Interventional, Musculoskeletal, Neuroradiology, Pediatric, Vascular

10:30–Noon

Informatics Courses

Scientific Paper Sessions

Resident and Fellow Symposium

Associated Sciences Educational Course

(BOOST) Bolstering Oncoradiologic and Oncoradiotherapeutic Skills for Tomorrow: Integrated Science and Practice—Breast, CNS

Essentials of GI Imaging

Quality Improvement Symposium: Designing and Running a Successful Practice Quality Improvement Effort

Mexico Presents

12:15–1:15

Poster Discussions

12:30–2:00

Informatics Courses

1:30–2:45

Tuesday Plenary Session (Arie Crown Theater)

Presentation of Gold Medals

Annual Oration in Diagnostic Radiology
Trends and Developments Shaping the Future of Radiology
James H. Thrall, M.D.

1:30–3:00

Resident and Fellow Symposium

Associated Sciences Educational Course

Essentials of Muskuloskeletal Imaging

Quality Improvement Symposium: Common Mistakes in Practice Quality Improvement

1:30–6:00

Interventional Oncology Series: Lung and Muskuloskeletal

2:30–4:00

Informatics Courses

3:00–4:00

Scientific Paper Sessions

3:00–4:15

(BOOST) Bolstering Oncoradiologic and Oncoradiotherapeutic Skills for Tomorrow: Case-based Review—Breast, Head and Neck

3:00–6:00

Pediatric Radiology Series

3:30–5:00

Educational Courses

Associated Sciences Educational Course

Essentials of Cardiac Imaging

4:30–6:00

Educational/Informatics Courses

4:45–6:00

(BOOST) Bolstering Oncoradiologic and Oncoradiotherapeutic Skills for Tomorrow: Hands-on Contouring— CNS

Question of the Day:

I want to change the MR imaging parameters for a new protocol based on a research paper I read, but the console says the SAR is too high. What is SAR?

Tip of the day:

Patients who have many follow-up head CTs should be assessed for dose to the eyes as they swiftly become at risk for cataracts.

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