Tomosynthesis Course - 23rd January 2018

Learning Objectives: To understand the role of Tomosynthesis in breast screening and symptomatic radiology. To provide the latest literature on the impact of Tomosynthesis and update on current trials. To illustrate the use of Tomosynthesis with examples and review the need for paddle views. To update on breast surgical treatment.

Course Organiser: Dr Sarah McWilliams

Aimed At: Consultant Radiologists, Registrars, Fellows, Advanced Practitioners, Mammographers, Breast Clinicians.

Where: The Rose Centre, Seminar Room, St George’s Hospital, London, SW17 0QT

Fee: £225 Consultants
£195 Registrars & other clinicians to include all refreshments and lunch.

Programme to include: (6 CPD)

Tomosynthesis Technology, Tomosynthesis Introduction & The Cambridge Experience in the Symptomatic Setting, Surgery & Radiology Dilemmas, CESM – Where does it fit in? Tomosynthesis in Screening/Assessments

Speakers: Bob Martins (Hologic), Dr Michael Michell (Kings) Dr Louise Wilkinson, Dr Sarah McWilliams, Professor Sinnatamby (Cambridge), Dr Caroline Taylor (The Jarvis), Mrs Elizabeth Muscat, Professor Fiona MacNeil (Royal Marsden)

Book Now as places are limited - To Register Contact:

Irene Davis on 0208 725 1534 or
Breast Education Centre, The Rose Centre, St George’s Hospital, Perimeter Rd, Tooting SW17 0QT

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