Radiologists (to-be) who would like to become more confident on staging/restaging rectal cancer on MRI will find the fellowship useful.
The Online rectal cancer MRI fellowship that TMC academy provide in-depth knowledge in the value of MRI during the management of rectal cancer.
Radiologists (to-be) will learn how to interpret staging and restaging MR images and deal with difficulties by evaluating numerous cases. After attending this course, the participants will not only be able to implement high quality MR protocol in own center but also will be able accurately interpret MR images both before and after neoadjuvant treatment.
Each module starts with a lecture. After the lecture you will be challenged with practicing on real anonymised key cases from the TMC academy teaching file. After the individual case readings there will be an additional lecture followed by a ‘Questions and Answers’ session.
Maximum number of seats: 15
Only two seats left
- Upgrade your knowledge by immersion in a learning environment without distraction of daily practice to read rectal cancer MRI
- Become familiar and feel confident with basic and early advanced MRI of rectal cancer as encountered in daily practice
- Discriminate common variants from pathology to avoid pitfalls
- Learn to construct an adequate report through structured reporting
Programme will include
- Lectures on reading rectal cancer MRI for staging and assessing tumor response with quiz cases
- Individual reading on provided cases
- Group case discussion of the reported cases
Level II - General radiologist
Level II/III - Subspecialisation training
Radiologists with little or with early advanced knowledge in rectal cancer MRI will benefit most from the fellowship.
The training platform runs entirely in the browser but the online PACS places a considerable load on the hardware and internet connection when viewing and loading cases.
||Dual core 1.85 Ghz
||Dual core 2 Ghz
||Quad core 2.5 Ghz
* Tested with Safari on iPad 9.7 (2017), should also work on Android with Chrome. User interface not optimized for smaller screens. Large cases (more than 600 images) are not able to be opened on tablet or mobile devices due to memory constraints.
** Firefox, Edge and Safari also work but might not provide an equally smooth experience. Internet Explorer is not supported.