November 18, 2023
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm ET
We are excited to announce a brand new collaboration with Detectedx to offer a virtual hands-on mammography workshop!
The CSBI virtual hands-on mammography workshop will be held on Saturday November. 18th, 2023 from 6:00pm – 9:00pm EDT, live online over Zoom.
This course will earn you mammography reads which can contribute to the CAR MAP accreditation requirements. Upon successfully completing the course the participants will be provided with a certificate of completion with a number of cases reviewed (reads) which can be submitted for accreditation purposes.
The workshop will help you:
- Apply skills to perceive mammographic abnormalities
- Apply new skills to recognise the range of normal mammographic appearances
- Demonstrate an understanding of differential diagnoses in breast disease
- Select adjunctive imaging and biopsy as required to establish a diagnosis
- Interpret of up to 220 digital screening mammogram cases
- Interpret of up to 30 DBT cases
- Interpret of up to 20 ultrasound cases
- Interpret of positioning quality of 10 mammogram examinations
- Obtain access to 250 mammographic reads for Canadian Association of Radiologists Mammography Accreditation Program (CARMAP), read on 5 MP monitors
- Learn ways to improve cancer detection and to reduce abnormal recalls.
You will also receive a full year of DetectedX self-assessment module(s) (SAM) access after the workshop.
The investment is $399.00 for CSBI Members, and $529.00 for non-members.
What is DetectedX?
- A platform with a proven record of developing individuals initially unskilled in image interpretation to a level equal with experts.
- Unmatched in terms of simplicity of use, ability to handle complex image interactions, efficient image distribution, scalability, and adaptability, as well as proven teaching strategies to maximize learning opportunities.
- The chosen image educational platform for national training programs, world-leading universities and training institutions, and leading manufacturers such as GE Healthcare, Fujifilm, and Siemens.