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UKRC 2013 President’s welcome Who should attend? Radiologists Radiographers Medical Physicists Sonographers PACS and IT managers Commissioners Imaging Service Managers Clinical Engineers Procurement Managers Oncologists Industrialists Imaging Academics Imaging Nurses Student and Trainees Welcome to the UKRC 2013 programme. Once again, I am amazed at the scale and quality of the event that the vice presidents and their teams have put together this year. Working hand-in-hand with our professional conference organisers, Profile Productions, they have developed a series of sessions that address every aspect of medical imaging, from state-of-the-art clinical teaching, through the latest thinking on service delivery and technological innovation in a rapidly changing world, to the challenge of cutting edge research in radiology. UKRC 2013 will be held for the first time at ACC Liverpool, a modern convention centre set on the banks of the River Mersey and adjacent to the Pier Head and Albert Docks World Heritage Sites. But it isn’t just the venue that will be new and exciting. For the first time, we will be holding a plenary lecture session that we hope will bring the whole UKRC community together, celebrating the multidisciplinary nature of our field. We hope that it will provide a fitting complement to the eponymous lectures organised by UKRC partner societies. There will also be a radiology research session, in which eminent figures from some of the world’s leading academic radiology centres will discuss what is needed to build a really successful research-led department. Another innovation will be the availability throughout the week of a room equipped with Mac workstations running Osirix. This facility will be used for a range of activities including Osirix teaching sessions, interactive clinical sessions, and FRCR tutorials. Clinical radiology remains very much the heart and soul of UKRC. In 2013, there will be eight clinical streams, each focusing on a particular body system or sub-speciality. There will be a strong emphasis on teaching, with material suitable for FRCR candidates, for consultants wishing to refresh their knowledge and for radiographers extending their practice. The full range of modalities will be covered, from plain x-ray to PET-CT. Musculoskeletal imaging and trauma are particularly richly provided for this year and our ‘hot topic’ sessions on imaging the obese patient and on revalidation are particularly likely to appeal to radiologist colleagues. A special session on elite sports will review imaging input to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and discuss what can be learnt for more commonplace sports imaging. As the NHS continues to change around us, our session on commissioning and AQP is likely to be a highlight of the service delivery stream. Other sessions will have a strong focus on research and innovation in practice. There will be a special session aimed at imaging nurses, and two radiation protection masterclass tracks, focusing on IRMER and on RPS issues. Physics also features strongly in the advances in technology stream, including a series of physics toolbox sessions and a strong MRI theme offered in collaboration with BAMRR and ISMRM. Informatics sessions will address a range of issues including procurement, radiological report quality, patient safety and, once again, innovation. With such a great combination of venue and programme, UKRC 2013 is on course to be the best ever. I look forward to welcoming you to share our vision for essential imaging in Liverpool this June. Dr Stephen Keevil Congress President, UKRC 2013 Conference organisers Profile Productions Ltd Northumberland House, 11 The Pavement, Popes Lane, London, W5 4NG t.+44 (0)20 8832 7311 f.+44 (0)20 8832 7301 [email protected] w.www.ukrc.org.uk 2 REGISTER ONLINE: WWW.UKRC.ORG.UK About the streams Informatics Clinical Neelam Dugar and Anant Patel Vice Presidents, Imaging Informatics Iain Lyburn and Antony Maxwell Vice Presidents, Clinical Keynote speakers Claudia Henschke Stephen Trenkner Eponymous lectures The clinical programme encompasses a wide range of imaging subspecialties. Specific streams cover numerous aspects of radiology/medical imaging. A broad range of speakers from the UK, Europe and North America are delivering lectures. We have aimed for topics which will be relevant to both novice and experienced imaging health care workers. Sessions will contain summaries of conditions/clinical situations, updates on imaging developments, how experienced imagers handle cases and some organisational and practical approaches. In addition to didactic lectures there will be interactive and practical sessions. In booked slots there will be the opportunity to use workstations to review cases in musculo-skeletal, cardiac, chest and neurological imaging. In addition to case series for established reporters there will be tutorials on FRCR topics/cases. Working parties: Neuro: Calvin Soh; Paediatrics: Amaka Offiah; Obs & Gynae: Julia Hillier; Cardiac: Stephen Harden; Uro: William Torreggiani; Breast: Sarah Vinnicombe; GI: Niall Power; MSK: Phil Hughes; Chest: Sue Kearney; Interventional and trauma: Mark Thornton Service delivery Victoria Brown Vice President, Service Delivery This has been a challenging but exciting year and we have worked hard to provide a programme that is both supportive of best practice and recognises the need for change. Maryann Hardy David Wyper We have followed on from some of the themes from last year which continue to play an important role in the delivery of equitable care to patients such as seven day services, and introduced new themes including service improvement which will be pivotal in the increasingly tough financial years ahead. We have also included a new session on Patient and Public Engagement and Experience (PPEE) and another on data collection and benchmarking. We would like to stimulate thoughts and debate and hope you will take some new ideas and knowledge back to your teams and places of work. We were extremely pleased at the success of the new Imaging Nursing session which we have again included in this year’s programme of events. We look forward to welcoming you to the ACC in Liverpool and hope you enjoy the programme. Working party: Fiona Thow, Jeanne Scolding, Andy Beale Audrey M Paterson Imaging Informatics will again be focusing on PACS delivery, which will continue to be one of the most important issues over the next few years in the UK. There will be a focus on PACS (procurement/replacement) as well as the workflows that will complement PACS such as how data can be shared via portals and in other ways. A session to complement this discussing patient safety issues for any new clinical information systems is a session on health informatics education will also be provided, looking at and discussing HI education at all levels post qualification. The need for radiation dose monitoring for the UK will also be discussed and how this data can be integrated into health informatics, as well as how radiologist reporting can be improved. Finally in these challenging times a round table session will be offered on the recent NHS initiative to develop innovative products and how these could be developed within Trusts. Working party: Dave Harvey, Laurence Sutton Advances in technology Andy Rogers Vice President, Advances in technology In 2013 UKRC will offer sessions for all tastes in its Advances in Technology programme. Building on the successes of last year, UKRC will host a series of Radiation Protection Supervisor Master-classes to enable colleagues in this role to stay abreast of current thinking in key areas. In addition, and a new venture this year, we will host Master-classes for colleagues requiring expert tuition on the implementation of IRMER. We also have a two sessions [Emerging international issues in radiation protection along with a UK update] aimed at aspiring Radiation Protection Advisers (RPA) or those existing RPAs who require such sessions to renew their RPA2000 certificates. There will also be a session aimed at those considering how IT can support the management of patient dosimetry, including presentations from key software developers. There will be increased offerings in MRI along with an exciting cross-profession link to imaging the bariatric patient. At the very edge of current knowledge and practice, we shall also be hosting sessions for the use of Monte Carlo techniques and Image J in supporting imaging scientists along with a session on the latest in digital imaging. In short a very varied and exciting set of opportunities. As Vice President for Advances in Technology, I look forward to welcoming you to Liverpool and sharing with you this content – we shall all have plenty of ides to take back with us to help meet the innovation agenda within healthcare. Working party: David Sutton, John Kotre, Nick Marshall 3 ESSENTIAL IMAGING 10-12 June 2013 - ACC Liverpool At a glance Monday 10 June A2: Research and advances in practice A3: Post-operative imaging A4: Physics toolbox I: Image A5: MRI breast session A6: A7: Head & neck Radiologists in imaging training interactive quiz Refreshment break Opening plenary session: Lung cancer screening - Claudia Henschke and Barium is not dead: barium is state of the art! - Stephen Trenkner CoR William Stripp Memorial Lecture Maryann Hardy Comedy Night B5: Accreditation and benchmarking B6.2: Dose management DIY and papers B7: Breast: new technologies into practice Refreshment break C2: C3: Urology: beAdvanced C4: C5: C7: nign disease oncology Neuro: brain Service delivery Advances in C6: tumours scientific papers Radiation dose digital imaging monitoring for the UK population Welcome wine reception in exhibition halls D1: D2: D3: Masterclass: Nuclear Practical MR RPS medicine: FDG imaging in PETCT update gynaecology E1: Imaging nurses B6.1: Dose management software Tuesday 11 June D4: D5: D6: D7: Knee imaging Neuro imaging Is your new Major trauma in the very ill information networks and patient system safe? major trauma centres Refreshment break E2: Procurement and replacement of PACS & RIS - Why this is good for the NHS E3: Advances in obstetric radiology E4: Breast: Multidisciplinary case studies INTERACTIVE E5: Neuro: spinal conditions B8: Cross sectional imaging C8: BAMRR Session: MRI Telemedicine Clinic W4: workstation Introduction to OsiriX (2) Phillips AlluraClarity IQ SCoR W5: workstation session FRCR D8: Masterclass: IRMER E8: Physics toolbox II: Monte Carlo W6: workstation Introduction to OsiriX (3) Toshiba GE Healthcare Bayer W7: workstation session neuro - Calvin Soh IPEM John Mallard Lecture David Wyper Telemedicine Clinic Acuo Technologies B9: Student radiographers E6: Lung cancer E7: Commissioning, coding and AQP W3: workstation session neuro Calvin Soh FRCR Tutorial 2 C1: Meniscal and labral imaging W2: workstation session Refreshment break B1: ISMRM British B2: B3: B4: Chapter Ses- Urology: cancer Imaging in Head & neck sion: MRI women’s health Imaging II papers ROC History session W1: workstations Introduction to OsiriX (1) SCoR Refreshment break F1: F2: F3: F4: Can radiology An introduction Industrial lung Interventional F5: F6: F7: be innovative? to PPEE disease - from radiology at a Neuro: scien- Breast: Local Physics toolbox Interactive radiology to major trauma tific papers and regional III: Monte Carlo round table the law centre staging in session breast cancer G1: G2: PACS is Service reborn! Improvement: Incorporating Simple tips enterprise and tools for VNA & clinical improving our portals service G3: Hot topic! Obesity imaging G4: Elite Sport and Olympics and papers G5: Neuro vascular G6: Breast scientific papers G7: Training, revalidation and reporting Alliance W8: workstation Advanced OsiriX (4) W9: cardiac workstation 1 W10: cardiac workstation 2 Carestream FRCR Tutorial 4 4 A1: Seven day services FRCR Tutorial 3 08:30 08:45 09:00 09:15 09:30 09:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 13:00 13:15 13:30 13:45 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00 15:15 15:30 15:45 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00 17:15 17:30 Registration FRCR Tutorial 1 08:30 08:45 09:00 09:15 09:30 09:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 13:00 13:15 13:30 13:45 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 15:00 15:15 15:30 15:45 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00 17:15 20:00 Xograph www.ukrc.org.uk Wednesday 12 June W11: Masterclass: Hands-on HRCT of diffuse lung disease – for beginners IPEM/STFC W12: workstation Introduction to OsiriX (5) FRCR Tutorial 6 W13: FRCR Tutorial Paediatrics FRCR Tutorial 5 08:30 H1: H2: H3: H4: H5: H6: 08:45 Masterclass: Cardiac MRI in Transitional GI Tract Major Arthritides 09:00 RPS clinical practice radiology imaging trauma I and scientific H7: H8: papers 09:15 Radiation Education 09:30 protection: in health international informatics 09:45 Refreshment break 10:00 I1: I2: I3: I4: 10:15 Masterclass: Cardiac CT in What the GI: pancreatic 10:30 IRMER clinical practice clinician wants imaging from the 10:45 I5: Debate: paediatric 11:00 Outsourcing will I6: I7: radiologist 11:15 be the death of MSK: emphasis Radiation I8: radiology 11:30 on plain film protection: Abdominal INTERACTIVE scientific 11:45 scientific papers Refreshment break papers 12:00 12:15 SCoR Welbeck Memorial Lecture 12:30 Audrey Patterson 12:45 13:00 13:15 ROC supported research session 13:30 Gabriel Krestin, Rotterdam and Fiona Gilbert, 13:45 Cambridge and Claudia Henscke, New York J1: 14:00 Interactive quiz 14:15 Aunt Minnies 14:30 J2: J3: J4: J5: J6: J7: J8: 14:45 Diffuse lung Cardiac CT Oncology GI: hepatobiliary Major trauma II Radiation Radiology report 15:00 disease: and MRI at the scientific imaging protection in quality and Cardiac MDT papers the UK communication 15:15 from chest meeting is integral to 15:30 radiograph to J9: high quality 15:45 lung pathology Paediatrics patient care 16:00 and papers 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00 W14: workstation Introduction to OsiriX (6) The exhibition e-Posters In addition to the paper posters there will be a large number of e-posters which can be accessed on site through a number of computer consoles, or viewed at leisure after the event through the website or even on your phone. Different posters will be featured daily. Education on the stands With over 80 exhibition stands, including the top companies in the industry, this is the largest diagnostic imaging exhibition in the UK. It provides a wealth of information for a multi-disciplinary audience, a great opportunity to network, learn of all the latest developments, source relevant product information and technical updates. The trade exhibition is complimented by a large poster display, consoles to view e-posters and access to the internet, a programme of education on the stands, and a varied series of free satellite symposia in the two exhibition lecture theatres. Poster displays There will be a display of nearly 200 posters from a variety of disciplines. This vast source of latest information will demonstrate cutting edge research, service innovations, results of local intervention schemes and much much more. Each poster presenter will be available during the congress to discuss their work in more detail. Each day one poster will be featured as the poster of the day. This popular initiative provides delegates and exhibition visitors with an opportunity to gain an insight into the latest technologies and methods. Industry partners provide short educational activities of 10-15 minutes duration on their stands. Many will be granted CPD Now accreditation and are an easy way of updating your CPD portfolio. Remember: access to the exhibition and these CPD opportunities is free. The education on the stands programme will be released nearer to the event. Check the website and app for up to date information. Satellite symposia There are two lecture theatres in the exhibition area which have a full free programme of sessions to compliment the main scientific programme. These sessions are open to all delegates including exhibition visitors, providing an opportunity to get updates and gain CPD free of charge. See the preliminary symposia programme on page 17. The symposia programme is subject to change with many additional sessions to come – please check the website and conference app for up-to-date details. Mobile App The UKRC is pleased to launch an app for your iPhone, android or iPad. Just go to the marketplace or iTunes store to download. The app has up to date programme information, speaker biographies, exhibitor and sponsor information, general information and poster abstracts, all easily navigable. Build your own “My UKRC” itinerary. Use the links to register, book accommodation. Please note that Blackberrys and Kindles are not compatible this year. 5 Monday 10 June Morning sessions Seven day services A1 Moderator: Andy Beale, Consultant Radiologist, Service The Great Western Hospital delivery 09.00-10.40 An overview of seven day services - how far have we come – Erika Denton, National Clinical Director for Imaging Implementing seven day services - a physician’s view – Mark Temple, Acute Care Fellow, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital Implementing seven day working for radiologists – Frank Jewell, Consultant Radiologist, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Implementing seven day working for radiographers – Rosie Freeman, Radiology Clinical Manager, Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust The importance of seven day services - the patient’s story – Andrea Outram, Patient Advocate Overview: To review and reflect on the current seven day service provision across England and the effect this has on patient outcomes To understand how seven day services can be implemented by radiologists and radiographers To look at how our medical colleagues are implementing seven day services Research and advances in practice A2 Moderator: Jeanne Scolding, Consultant Radiographer, Service The Great Western Hospital delivery 09.00-10.30 Improvement in pre-registration education for better, safer healthcare – Jenny Lorimer, Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire Students experiences of e-learning in ultrasound – Vivien Gibbs, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England Service user involvement in radiography education – Aarthi Ramlaul, Program Leader, University of Hertfordshire Ethical clinical decision making – Julie Woodley, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England Overview: How ethical clinical decision making affects clinical practice Improving pre-registration education to provide safer healthcare and the utilisation of service users to support this Developing e-learning packages for sonographers to enable them to undertake distance learning rather than take time out of clinical practice to attend lectures Audience: radiographers, student radiographers, nurses Post-operative imaging A3 Moderator: David Gay, Consultant Radiologist, Derriford MSK Hospital, Plymouth 09.00-10.30 Plain film interpretation after hip and knee replacement – David Gay, Consultant Radiologist, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth Cross-sectional imaging following arthroplasty: Evolving practice – Richard Goodwin, Norfolk and Norwich, Hospital Diagnosing union, non-union and sepsis following fracture and ORIF – Sajid Butt, Stanmore, London Overview: An often ignored area of great biomechanical and orthopaedic interest often influencing surgical intervention A4 Advances 09.00-10.00 Physics toolbox: Image J writing your own routines Scripting in Image J – Frank Rogge, QAELUM NV, AV Controlatom, Leuven, Belgium Overview: Expert tutorial on batch analysis and writing plugins aimed primarily at physicists MRI breast session A5 Moderator: John Kotre, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Advances Christie NHS Foundation Trust 09.00-10.45 The clinical need for MRI of the breast – Sarah Vinnicombe, Division of Cancer Research, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee Acquisition and data capture of breast MR – Peter Gibbs, Centre for MR Investigations, University of Hull Physics of advanced breast MR applications – Geoff Charles-Edwards, Department of Medical Physics, Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Clinical applications of advanced MR techniques in response analysis – Liz O’Flynn, Institute of Cancer Research, Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust Emerging techniques in breast MRI – Shelley Waugh, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee Overview: A technology focused multidisciplinary session, exploring the clinical & scientific aspects of breast MRI. For physicists, radiologists and radiographers 6 Head & neck I A6 Moderator: Polly Richards, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Head and Barts Health NHS Trust neck 09.00-10.30 Imaging staging laryngeal carcinoma – Julie Olliff, Consultant Radiologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Imaging of vocal cord palsy – Anna Leslie, Consultant Radiologist, University Hospital Lewisham Imaging of malignant lesions of the paranasal sinuses – Julian Kabala, Consultant Radiologist, Bristol Royal Infirmary Overview: Outline of the strengths and limitations of imaging in head and neck malignancy Be aware of positive and negative findings that referrers would like to be outlined in reports and their contribution to clinical management A7 Radiology trainees 09.00-10.30 VOTING UKRC - Radiologists in training Moderator: Anna Beattie, SpR Radiology, Northern Deanery “In the still of the night”: An interactive quiz of on-call cases that could only present when the corridors are quiet and your consultant has long left the building! – Tim Hoare and Rob Holmes, Consultant Radiologists, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Revalidation for trainees – all you need to know – David Richardson, Consultant Radiologist, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals and Revalidation Project Group Clinical Lead for RCR Refreshment break, exhibition and poster viewing Plenary session 11.00-12.00 Opening plenary session with keynote speakers Welcome – Stephen Keevil, President, UKRC State of Art: lung cancer screening with CT – Claudia Henschke, Professor of Radiology, Mount Sinai Medical Centre, New York, USA Barium is not dead: barium is state of the art! – Stephen Trenkner, The Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA Eponymous Lecture 12.15-13.00 CoR: William Stripp Memorial Lecture See how they grow! – Maryann Hardy, Associate Dean for Research and Director of Postgraduate Research for School of Health Studies, Bradford University Afternoon sessions B1 ISMRM British Chapter Session: new MR techniques and their applications Advances Moderator: David Gadian, Professor of Biophysics, UCL 13.30-15.00 B2 Urology 13.45-14.45 Institute of Child Health Combining fMRI with invasive electrophysiology in epilepsy patients: technical challenges and first results – David Carmichael, Lecturer in Neuroimaging, UCL Institute of Child Health Imaging interstitial convection in tumours using MRI – Simon Walker-Samuel, Senior Research Associate, Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging, UCL MR and cancer – Martin Leach, Professor of Physics as Applied to Medicine, Institute of Cancer Research, London Overview: This session on new MR techniques and their applications will include presentations from two speakers who have been awarded the Sir Peter Mansfield prize at British Chapter meetings, and from a third speaker who recently presented the British Chapter Bill Moore Lecture. Urology cancer Moderator: John Feeney, Consultant Radiologist and Senior Lecturer, Tallaght Hospital and Trinity College, Dublin Imaging and staging of renal cancer – Grainne Govender, Consultant Radiologist, St James Hospital, Dublin A typical presentations of recurrent renal cancer – Naomi Campbell, Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA Imaging of uroepithelial carcinomas – Darragh Halpenny, Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA Overview: This session will provide an update on ‘State of the Art’ imaging of urological malignancies Monday 10 June B3 Scientific papers 13.45-14.45 Imaging in women’s health – scientific papers Paper: Bleeding in early pregnancy and applying the interim UK Ultrasound Advisory Group guidelines to early pregnancy assessment unit (EPAU) scanning: will scanning at a later gestation prevent unnecessary rescans? – Jamie Nash, Liverpool Women’s Hospital Paper: Fetal meconium on MRI - when where and how much? Establishing normative data – Kathryn Timms, University of Sheffield Paper: Pelvic inflammatory disease: a cautionary tale – Rosemarie Thomas, Derriford Hospital Paper: Assessing the accuracy of MRI for diagnosing endometrial cancer in patients with complex atypical hyperplasia - A retrospective study – Melissa Hickson, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Head & neck II B4 Moderator: Polly Richards, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Head and Barts Health NHS Trust neck 13.30-15.00 Incidental findings in head and neck imaging – Tim Beale, Consultant Radiologist, University College Hospital Jaw cysts – causes and how to further investigate – Jackie Brown, Consultant Radiologist, King’s College Hospital Imaging in tinnitus – Steve Connor, Consultant Neuroradiologist, King’s College Hospital Overview: How to deal with important relevant incidental findings in head and neck imaging - learn what incidental findings can be ignored and imaging limitations and pitfalls Accreditation and benchmarking B5 Moderator: Richard Seymour, Consultant Radiologist, Service Torbay Hospital delivery 14.00-15.15 How will benchmarking improve my service delivery? – Steve Watkins, Director NHS Benchmarking Network Improving service delivery through ISAS – Graham Hoadley, Consultant Radiologist, Blackpool Hospital Diagnostics imaging data set – what is it and how can we use it – Rhidian Bramley, Chief Clinical Information Officer & Director of Radiology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust Overview: To understand the role of benchmarking and accreditation in improving service delivery and performance To look at current data available within the radiology setting and how we can use this to make changes and improve service delivery. Audience: radiologists, radiographers, managers Patient dosimetry management software B6.1 Moderator: Andy Rogers, Head of Radiation Physics, Advances Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust 13.00-14.10 What does the UK need – the local & national perspective – Mary Cocker Dose monitor – Mike Battin, Chief Operating Officer, PHS Technologies Group Exposure – Gregory Couch, President, Radimetrics Dosewatch – Dawn Phillips, GE Healthcare Overview: This session will update radiographers [and others] on the latest position on content and expectation of procedures that describe how the management of patient dose should be handled Audience: RPAs and physicists with an interest in patient dosimetry or radiation protection, radiographers with an interest in patient dosimetry or radiation protection, service managers Patient dosimetry management (cont’d) B6.2 Moderator: Andy Rogers, Head of Radiation Physics, Advances Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust 14.30-15.30 The DIY Approach – how to and pros/cons – Ed McDonough, Royal Marsden Paper: Patient safety with integrated quantitative CT dosage data in imaging workflow – Stuart Connolly, University of Edinburgh Paper: Automated patient dose audits in fluoroscopy – James Murphy, Integrated Radiological Services Ltd Paper: Paediatric patient dose audit through RIS – Alexander Fergus Dunn, Integrated Radiological Services Ltd New technologies into practice B7 Moderator: Sarah Vinnicombe, Clinical Senior Lecturer In Breast Cancer Imaging, University of Dundee 13.45-15.15 Unmet needs in breast imaging – Fiona MacNeill, Consultant Surgeon, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton Digital breast tomosynthesis – Rema Wasan, Consultant Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London Shear wave elastography – Andrew Evans, Professor of Breast Imaging, University of Dundee Contrast enhanced digital mammography and tomosynthesis – Eva Fallenberg, Radiologist, Charité Hospital, Berlin Overview: To discuss unmet needs in breast imaging and to review some of the new technologies entering clinical practice Interactive session: emphasis on cross sectional imaging B8 Moderator: Jeremy Jenkins, Manchester Royal Infirmary MSK interactive Soft tissue masses – Dave Richie, Western Royal Infirmary, Glasgow Voting Bone and soft tissue infection – Steven James, The Royal session Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham 13.15-14.15 Overview: Explore the benefits offered by cross-sectional imaging in areas of MSK imaging B9 Student radiographers 14.30-16.00 Student radiographers session Details to be announced at end of March Refreshment break and exhibition and poster viewing Meniscal and labral imaging C1 Moderator: Phil Hughes, Consultant MSK Radiologist, MSK Plymouth Hospital Trust 15.30-17.00 Shoulder – Phil Hughes, Consultant MSK Radiologist, Plymouth Hospital Trust Paper: A comparison of magnetic resonance arthrography to shoulder arthroscopy: A retrospective study – Rukhtam Saqib, University of Manchester Hip – Rob Campbell, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Liverpool Hospital Paper: Metal on metal hip replacement- imaging medium to long term complications – Marc Bramham, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust Knee – Stephen Davies, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Glamorgan Hospital Overview: Normal anatomy, variants and patterns of injury, expert tips to maximize diagnostic accuracy Urology benign disease C2 Moderator: William Torreggiani, Tallaght Hospital, Trinity Urology College, Dublin, Ireland 15.30-16.30 An update on imaging angiolipomas – Darragh Halpenny, Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA CT for renal stone diseases – John Feeney, Consultant Radiologist, Dublin Renal denervation – Leo Lawlor, Consultant Radiologist, Dublin Advanced oncology C3 Moderator: Richard Evans, Chief Executive, SCoR Advances and clinical Functional MRI in oncology – Doug Pendse, NIHR Clinical Lecturer, Centre for Medical Imaging, University College 15.30-17.00 Hospital, London Radiotherapy planning – what the oncologist would like to know from the radiologist – Robin Prestwich, Consultant Clinical Oncologist, St James Hospital, Leeds Personalised medicine and radiation oncology – Linda Alfred, Assistant Professor of Radiation Therapy, University of Oklahoma, USA (SCoR International Speaker Exchange Programme) Brain tumours C4 Moderator: Alan Jackson, Professor of Radiology, Neuro University of Manchester 15.45-17.15 Glioblastoma multiforme: many faces of the commonest primary intracranial malignancy – Samantha Mills, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Salford Royal Hospital Brain tumours: what advanced imaging is applicable in daily practice? – Adam Waldman, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Charing Cross Hospital, London Imaging of brain tumours in drug trials – Alan Jackson, Professor of Radiology, University of Manchester Overview: To recognise the complex and varied imaging features of the commonest primary malignant tumour in adults To understand the benefits of advanced complex imaging in brain tumours and its application in daily practice, or not An overview of advanced neuroimaging applied in drug trials 7 Monday 10 June Service delivery – scientific papers C5 Moderator: Victoria Brown, National Improvement Lead, Service NHS Improvement- Diagnostics delivery and informatics Paper: The demand of multidisciplinary team meetings 15.45-17.15 on the radiology department – Ameen Jubber Paper: Development, implementation and early experience of a multidisciplinary pathway for the management of thrombosed AV dialysis fistulae in a tertiary referral renal unit – Debra Harris, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Paper: Tablets in trauma: using mobile computing platforms to improve patient understanding and experience – Nicholas Furness, Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust Paper: Use of PROPELLER in MRI to mitigate motion induced artefacts in a clinical setting – Prasad Vadday, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Paper: Implementing a competency framework for patient administrators – Sylke Grootoonk, InHealth Group Limited Paper: A novel ordercomms algorithm for determining the need for a creatinine blood test when requesting CT scans requiring intravenous contrast – Lara Sequerios, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust Paper: Smartphone apps in radiology: current provisions and cautions – Mark Rodrigues, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Paper: Innovative service delivery of computed tomography coronary angiography by advanced practice specialist radiographers – Karen Reid, Norfolk & Norwich University University NHS Foundation Trust Radiation dose monitoring for the UK populationmoving ahead Imaging Moderator: Neelam Dugar, Consultant Radiologist, informatics Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trust 117.00-17.30 National monitoring of radiation dose – Ian Chell, Department of Health Standardising radiation dose recording in NHS (REM Profile of IHE) – Niall Monaghan, Co-Chair, IHE-UK Automatic transmission of radiation dose from PACS to a national registry – Gregory Couch, Radimetrics Automatic transmission of radiation dose by modalities (CR, CT etc) to PACS – Ronan Kirby, Siemens Overview: Automatic recording of radiation dose from x-ray modalities Objective: Today radiation dose is manually recorded by radiographers into RIS which can introduce errors. Automatic recording will allow for more accurate data for national and regional comparisons. C6 Advances in digital imaging C7 Moderator: Nick Marshall, Medical Physics Group, Advances Department of Radiology, UZ Leuven, Belgium 15.45-17.30 Photon counting detectors – Erik Fredenberg, Sectra/ Philips & Department of Physics, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden Phase contrast imaging – Robert Speller, Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, UCL Spectral imaging/dual energy techniques - Erik Fredenberg, Sectra/Philips & Department of Physics, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden Digital breast tomosynthesis - Alistair Mackenzie, UK Centre for Mammography Physics, Guildford, Surrey Contrast enhanced subtraction mammography - AnnKatherine Carton, GEMedical Systems, Buc, France Paper: Textural analysis of MR Images obtained post MR-guided high-intensity focussed ultrasound treatment of Thiel-embalmed tissue - Mariana Gueorguieva, Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, University of Dundee Paper: Fully automatic system to accurately segment the proximal femur in anteroposterior pelvic radiographs - Claudia Lindner, University of Manchester Overview: This session will provide updates on the latest aspects of digital imaging: the physics, technology and state of play with regard to clinical implementation C8 Advances 16.00-17.00 BAMRR MRI session Final invited speaker details to be announced Paper: MRI scanning of patients with pacemakers no longer an absolute contraindication – Sarah Crisp, Papworth Hospital 16.45 Welcome wine reception in exhibition halls 19.30 Comedy night at the Supper Club with open bar night and DJ from 10.15pm Tuesday 11 June Sunrise sessions RPS Masterclass I: radiation incident investigations D1 Moderator: Andy Rogers, Head of Radiation Physics, Service Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust delivery 08.30-09.30 Radiation Incident Investigations – What should an RPS know and do? – Matt Dunn, Head of Radiology Physics, Certificated Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust session Overview: This session will update RPSs [and others] on the latest position on handling actual and near-miss radiation incidents, including the latest feedback from regulators. The session is aimed at RPSs, radiographers with an interest in radiation protection, RPAs and physicists with an interest in radiation protection FDG PETCT update D2 Moderator: Wai-Lup Wong, Consultant Radiologist, Mount Nuclear Vernon Cancer Centre and DoH PETCT Guardian medicine 08.30-10.00 The evolving role of PETCT in managing sarcomas – Kevin Bradley, Clinical Radiology, Churchill Hospital, Oxford The use of PETCT in monitoring response to treatment – Andrew Scarsbrook, Consultant Radiologist & Nuclear Medicine Physician, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Pearls and pitfalls in PETCT – Julian Kabala, Consultant Radiologist, Bristol Royal Infirmary Overview: This session will emphasize the increasing importance of PETCT in managing malignancy and outline the strengths and limitations of FDG PETCT in the context of evaluating neoplasia 8 D3 Obstetrics and Gynaecology 08.30-10.00 Practical MR imaging in gynaecology The role of MR imaging in evaluating gynaecological malignancy – illustrative cases – Andrea Rockall, Consultant Radiologist and Professor of Radiology, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust The role of MR imaging in evaluating lower abdominal pain – illustrative cases – John Spencer, Consultant Radiologist, St. James’s University Hospital Overview: During this session several case illustrations will be used to demonstrate salient points in MR imaging of the pelvis Knee imaging D4 Moderator: Stephen Davies, Consultant Radiologist, Royal MSK Glamorgan Hospital 08.30-10.00 Collateral ligament injury – Phil Wardle, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Glamorgan Hospital Cruciate injuries – Andrew Dunn, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Liverpool ACL repairs: what can go wrong? – Justin Lee, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Anterior knee pain – Stephen Davies, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Glamorgan Hospital Overview: Revisit and refine common injuries reflecting on the impact on surgical management. Tuesday 11 June Neuro imaging in the very ill patient D5 Moderator: Tim Jaspan, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Neuro Queens Hospital, Nottingham 08.30-09.45 Inflammatory disorders: uncommon conditions that we should consider – Amit Herwadkar, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Salford Royal Hospital ITU patient: what do we need to know – Rekha Siripurapu, Consultant Neuroradiologist,Salford Royal Hospital Non-accidental injury: minefield for the unwary – Tim Jaspan, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Queens Hospital, Nottingham Overview: To unravel the imaging of complex conditions in these three groups of sick patients. Is your new information system clinically safe? D6 Moderator: Anant Patel, Project Manager, Society of Imaging Radiographer/AMPformatics informatics 08.30-09.30 Safely implementing new systems clinical perspective – Stuart Harrison, Senior Safety Engineer, Department of Health Informatics Directorate Safely implementing new systems technical perspective – Maureen Baker, Clinical Director of Patient Safety, Department of Health Informatics Directorate Overview: As radiology systems are being changed one needs to remember how patient safety should be inherent. Major trauma networks and major trauma centres D7 Moderator: Mark Thornton, Consultant Radiologist, North Intervention Bristol NHS Trust 08.30-10.15 The evidence for major trauma centres and networks – The National Clinical Director for Trauma, Department of Health (name to be announced) The role of imaging and interventional radiology at a major trauma centre – Andy Beale, Consultant Radiologist Great Western Hospital and Lead Radiologist NHS Improvement What a major trauma lead wants from the radiology department – Ben Walton, Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensive Care Doctor and Major Trauma Lead North Bristol NHS Trust Overview: Understand the role of MTCs Understand the role of radiology at MTCs D8 Service delivery 09.30-10.20 Certificated session IRMER Masterclass I: Referral to exposure Referral to exposure – what is expected? – David Sutton, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee Overview: This session will update radiographers [and others] on the latest position on content and expectation of procedures describing how referrals are handled. Session aimed at radiographers with an interest in radiation protection, service managers, RPAs and physicists with an interest in radiation protection. Morning sessions Imaging nurses E1 Moderator: Maggie Williams, Clinical Nurse Lead, Service Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust delivery 10.00-11.30 Education and training of radiology nurses – Grace Johnston, Practice Educator, Radiology and Medical Specialities, NHS Grampian Nursing practice in interventional radiology – Pamela Beckford, Radiology Matron, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust Running or organising a nurse-led MPS service – Stephen Thompson, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nuclear Medicine Department, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Trust Improving the patient experience – Sarah Bennett, Radiology Nurse, Hull Royal Infirmary Overview: To recognise the contribution of imaging nurses in delivering imaging services To demonstrate the potential for nursing in imaging departments To discuss how we continue to develop competent imaging nurses E2 Procurement and replacement of PACS & RIS-Why this is good for the NHS Imaging Moderator: Neelam Dugar, Consultant Radiologist, informatics Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trust 10.15-12.00 Procurement options for PACS & RIS – Tony Corkett, Cloud21 Framework route for procurement – David Burns, NHS Supply Chain OJEU and framework procurement - understanding legal aspect – Andrew Daly, Hempson’s Solicitors PACS &RIS procurements a suppliers view – Kevin Starling, GE Healthcare PACS & RIS Procurements - Local IT decision making a DH Vision – Alasdair Thompson, Department of Health Overview: 2013 to 2015 are the years where most NHS Trusts will be replacing their RIS & PACS. Understanding procurement is essential Objectives: Understanding the OJEU process Understanding the Framework route Advances in obstetric radiology E3 Obstetrics and Update on antenatal screening – Gillian Hutchison, Gynaecology Consultant Radiologist, Royal Bolton Hospital 10.15-11.45 Fetal MRI – Elspeth Whitby, Consultant Radiologist, Academic Unit of Reproductive & Developmental Medicine, University of Sheffield Interventional radiology in obstetrics – Christopher Hammond, Consultant Radiologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Overview: To update the audience on the expanding role of imaging in obstetrics Multidisciplinary case studies E4 Moderator: Anthony Maxwell, Consultant Radiologist, Breast University Hospital of South Manchester 10.30-12.00 VOTING Panel: Fiona MacNeill, Consultant Surgeon, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton Barbara Dall, Consultant Radiologist, Leeds Andrew Evans, Professor of Breast Imaging, University of Dundee Colin Purdie, Consultant Histopathologist, Dundee Overview: An interactive session covering some of the common clinical problems found in symptomatic and screening breast practice and some new approaches to dealing with them. Spinal conditions E5 Moderator: Calvin Soh, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Neuro Salford Royal Hospital 10.30-12.00 Marrow signal changes: pattern recognition & new imaging techniques – Rick Whitehouse, Consultant MSK Radiologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary Scoliosis: principles of imaging & management – Brad Williamson, Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester Spinal instrumentation: what do surgeons expect us to know – Rajat Verma, Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester Overview: To give an overview of some common but complex spinal imaging encountered in routine clinical practice and to unravel the mystery Lung cancer and PET-CT E6 Moderator: John Howells, Consultant radiologist. Chest Lancashire Teaching Hospital Trust 10.15-12.30 VOTING Lung cancer: National strategy and the role of the radiologist – Mick Peak, Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Respiratory Medicine, University Hospitals of Leicester and National Clinical Lead for Lung Cancer in NHS Improvement Lung cancer on the CT scan – Claudia Henschke, Professor of Radiology, Mount Sinai Medical Centre, New York, USA Lung Cancer and PET-CT: pearls and pitfalls – Andrew Scarsbrook, Consultant Radiologist & Nuclear Medicine Physician, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Lung cancer on the chest Xray – interactive session – Klaus Irion, Consultant Chest Radiologist, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool Overview: Lung cancer is the commonest cause of cancer death in the UK. It is unusual amongst common cancers in that initial detection and staging of the tumour lie solely within the province of the radiologist. This session aims to equip the radiologist with specialist insights to allow him or her to maximize their value to patients with this condition, and will be of interest to both general and specialist radiologists. 9 Tuesday 11 June Commissioning, coding and AQP E7 Moderator: Jeanne Scolding, Consultant Radiographer, Service The Great Western Hospital delivery 10.45-12.00 Commissioning for radiology – Iain Robertson, Consultant Interventional Radiologist, Greater Glasgow and Clyde, President of the BSIR Commissioning: the GP’s perspective – David Paynton, National Clinical Lead in the RCGP for Commissioning Understanding AQP and its effect on the imaging department – Patrick Carter, Managing Director Community Health Services, InHealth Limited Clinical coding – Craig Jobling, Interventional GI Radiologist, Nottingham University Hospitals Overview: To provide a greater understanding of commissioning radiology services from both the radiology and GP perspective and how AQP fits into the commissioning process To look at clinical coding in radiology and how this can support us during the commissioning process Industrial lung disease - from radiology to the law F3 Moderator: Sylvia Worthy, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Chest Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle 13.45-15.15 Asbestos related lung disease – the radiology and what is relevant for the clinician – Roderick Robertson, Consultant Chest Radiologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Asbestos related lung disease and the law – Charles R K Hind, Consultant Physician in General and Respiratory Medicine, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool, Test your knowledge and interpretation skills: Industrial lung disease MCQ – Rachel Benamore, Consultant Radiologist, Churchill Hospital, Oxford Overview: Imaging is the primary modality for detection and assessment of industrial lung disease. This session brings together expert radiologists and clinicians to discuss the information that the clinician needs to know from the radiologist and what features may be important in any legal action. It will be followed by an opportunity for you to test your own knowledge through a MCQ quiz Physicist toolbox – Monte Carlo for dummies I E8 Moderator: David Sutton, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee Advances 11.00-12.00 Physicist toolbox: basics of Monte Carlo for DR physics – Colin Baker, Liverpool Overview: Expert tutorial on the basics of MC for DR, primarily aimed at physics Interventional radiology at a major trauma Centre F4 Moderator: Mark Thornton, Consultant Radiologist, North Intervention Bristol NHS Trust 13.45-15.45 The role of CT in imaging major trauma – Surgeon Commander David Gay, Consultant Radiologist, Derriford Hospital and Royal Navy The role of embolization in traumatic arterial haemorrhage – Christopher Hammond, Consultant Radiologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Embolization/therapeutic options to treat active arterial bleeding – Simon McPherson, Consultant Vascular Radiologist, LTHT Overview: To understand the CT protocols and interventional options that radiology can use in major trauma patients. Lunch sessions Eponymous lecture 12.30-13.15 IPEM John Mallard lecture The role of functional imaging in the study of neurological and psychiatric disease – new developments and future prospects – David Wyper, Director, SINAPSE, University of Glasgow Afternoon sessions Can radiology be innovative? F1 Moderator: Anant Patel, Radiographer, Society of Imaging Radiographer/AMPformatics and Victoria Brown, National informatics Improvement Lead, NHS Improvement - Diagnostics and service delivery Development of your innovation – Mary Green, Project 13.45-15.30 Manager, NHS Innovating the virtual cath lab with NHS innovations – Shawn Larson, PACS Project Manager, CfH Innovating on your own? Lessons learnt designing an on line training and audit program – Nicholas Taylor, Senior Radiographer, The Great Western Hospital Application and utilisation of your innovation – V`ctoria Brown, National Improvement Lead, NHS Improvement - Diagnostics Access to Speaker for Advice about your innovation (1-2-1 session) Overview: Round table session to look at obstacles when innovating. Investigate ways of resourcing, planning timescales for your innovation. Sharing of experiences/practices. How will it be delivered - do you need to buy in software or is it already used somewhere within hospital? Resources required - time, additional people, equipment, training, is it already being done by someone else? Create a plan of attack (90 day action plan) - initial research, data gathering, writing, getting others to check and integrating replies, primary drafts, secondary drafts, system testing, evaluation, amendments, sign off, follow up of results, time for review Audience: Anyone who has an innovative idea and wants to learn how to develop it! An introduction to PPEE F2 Moderator: Lesley Wright, Director, NHS Improvement Service delivery What is PPEE and how does it involve me? – Ruth Evans, Director, Patient Experience Network 13.45-15.15 Net promoter score – Suzanne Rankin, Director of Nursing, ASPH Goldfish bowl – Rachel Cross, Academy Assurance Manager, The Great Western Hospital PPEE in practice – Anita Echlin, Radiographer, Hull Royal Infirmary Overview: This session gives a brief overview of what PPEE is why it is important and the mechanisms available to support staff and trusts. Types of tools we can use to engage patients and staff and an example of PPEE in practice. 10 Neuro scientific papers F5 Paper: Standardisation of the use of ultrasound as a Neuro scientific diagnostic tool in the diagnosis of Giant Cell Arteritis papers (GCA) – Jennifer Piper, Oxford University 14.00-15.15 Paper: The incidence and morphological features of pyramidal lobe on thyroid ultrasound – Helen Lockyer, North Bristol NHS Trust Paper: Radiological characterisation of explosive fragments injuring the neck – John Breeze, Royal Centre for Defence Medicine Paper: Retrospective service evaluation of computed tomography angiography compared to digital subtraction angiography in the detection of cerebral aneurysms in cases of subarachnoid haemorrhage – Ruth Wilkinson, Sheffield Hallam University Paper: What proportion of non-trauma CT head requests from GPs and A&E meet the RCR guidelines and what do the findings show? – Cheng Xie, Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull Hospitals Paper: CT guided spinal injections: improved access through radiographer role extension – Andrew Wainwright, Buckshealthcare NHS Trust F6 Breast 14.00-15.30 Local and regional staging in breast cancer Controversies in management of the axilla – Fiona MacNeill, Consultant Surgeon, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton When and how to sample the axilla – Peter Britton, Consultant Radiologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital Image-guided sentinel lymph node biopsy – wire localisation and VAB – Andrew Evans, Professor of Breast Imaging, University of Dundee Image-guided sentinel lymph node biopsy – microbubbles – Ali Sever, Consultant Radiologist, Maidstone Hospital Whole body staging – when and how? – Sarah Vinnicombe, Clinical Senior Lecturer In Cancer Imaging, University of Dundee Overview: To discuss recent advances in the diagnosis and management of axillary metastatic disease and the indications and techniques for investigation for distant metastases. Physicist Toolbox – Monte Carlo for dummies II F7 Moderator: David Sutton, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee Advances 14.00-14.50 Physicist toolbox: basics of Monte Carlo for DR physics – Emiliano Spezi, Cardiff University Overview: Expert tutorial on code and detector simulation primarily aimed at physicists Tuesday 11 June G1 PACS is reborn! Incorporating enterprise VNA & clinical portals Imaging Moderator: Neelam Dugar, Consultant Radiologist, informatics Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trust 15.45-17.30 From radiology departmental PACS to an Enterprisewide approach (DICOM, CDA & XDS within a VNA) – Shannon Werb, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Strategy Officer, Acuo Technologies Enterprise medical document and image management (Enterprise XDS based VNA) – Stefan Bei der Kellen, GE Healthcare Clinical portals (standards complaint XDS/XDS-I viewers) – Dirco Van Norden, Rogan Delft Managing enterprise access controls to Enterprise VNA data (e.g through active directory) – Harm-jan Wessels, Forecare XDS/XDR metadata standardization is key to image and report sharing – Dave Harvey, Managing Director, Medical Connections Overview: PACS has moved on from radiology to an enterprise-wide approach with VNA & clinical portals The aim is to understand the direction in which PACS is moving globally G2 Service improvement: simple tips and tools for improving our service Service Moderator: Fiona Thow, Director, NHS Improvement delivery 15.45-17.45 The challenges we are facing: simple tips to improve your service – Richard Seymour, Consultant Radiologist, Torbay Hospital Human dimensions of change – Jean Penney, Visiting Professor of Healthcare Improvement, University of Derby An introduction to LEAN in healthcare – Lesley Wright, Director, NHS Improvement The role of radiology in improving overall hospital care and flow – Kate Silvester, David Tipper, Clinical Services Manager, Chesterfield Royal Hospital & Paul Harriman, Assistant Director, Sheffield Teaching Hospital Overview: This session looks at simple ways we can improve capacity and reduce waiting lists and introduces tools we can use to achieve this An introduction to the LEAN methodology applied to healthcare and why people find change difficult and how this can be overcome Imaging the obese G3 Moderator: Laurence Sutton, Consultant Radiologist, Hot topic Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust 15.45-17.30 Technological limitations to imaging the obese – John Kotre, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Christie NHS Foundation Trust Imaging of morbid obesity procedures and their complications – Stephen Trenkner, The Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA Optimising imaging of obese patients – Anthony A G Ryan, Waterford City, Ireland Limitations to MRI imaging of the obese – Glyn Coutts, Christie NHS Foundation Trust Overview: The frequency of imaging the morbidly obese is rising and with it the associated technical and clinical difficulties of delivering these examinations. This session explores the technical limitations to imaging the obese as well as some of the practicalities in the radiology department. G4 MSK 16.15-17.35 Elite sport and Olympics Moderator: Jerry Healey, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital The Olympic experience – Jerry Healey, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Muscle injury: what can we learn from the Champions League? – Justin Lee, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Minority sports and unusual injuries – Gajan Rajeswaran, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Paper: The painful sesamoids of the great toe: a review of imaging – Zaid Jibri, Morriston Hospital, Swansea Paper: Bisphophonate induced atypical femoral fractures: Are we aware? – Subbarao Chaganti, Peninsula Radiology Academy, Plymouth Overview: Introduction to practical diagnostic and prognostic factors in elite sport Neurovascular G5 Moderator: Anil Gholkar, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Neuro Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne 16.30-17.45 Stroke imaging: evidence-based practice in advanced imaging – Iris Grunwald, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Oxford University Hospital Intracranial aneurysms: eight years post-ISAT, has management of aneurysms changed? – Anil Gholkar, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne Cerebral venous thrombosis: imaging update & management – Shelley Renowden, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Frenchay Hospital, Bristol Overview: An update on new imaging techniques in acute stroke Technological update, current concept of investigation & management of ruptured & unruptured aneurysms since the randomised study in 2005 To discuss the best imaging modality for venous occlusive disease and management strategy G6 Breast scientific papers 16.30-17.30 Breast scientific papers Paper: ROLL (radioisotope occult lesion localisation): How to set up the service in a cross-site UK district hospital breast unit and audit of first 2 years practice – Furhan Razzaq, Warrington & Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Paper: Value of shear-wave elastography in the diagnosis of symptomatic invasive lobular breast cancer – Yee Ting Sim, NHS Tayside & University of Dundee, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School Paper: Comparing analogue and digital mammography: a retrospective assessment of recall, biopsy and cancer detection rate – Thomas Fyall, Manchester Medical School, University of Manchester Paper: An investigation into two novel imaging techniques for improving breast thickness estimation in digital mammography – Andrew Williamson, University of Manchester Paper: Can volumetric breast measurements be used to predict weight? – Elizabeth O’Donovan, Manchester Medical School, University of Manchester Paper: Compression behaviours - An exploration of the beliefs and values influencing the application of breast compression during screening mammography – Frederick Murphy, University of Salford Training, reporting and revalidation G7 Moderator: Anthony Maxwell, Consultant Radiologist, Hot topic Royal Bolton Hospital and Clinical Vice-president, UKRC 16.30-17. 45 The radiology report - how to get the message across – Paul McCoubrie, Consultant Radiologist, North Bristol NHS Trust Introducing evidence-based practice into the radiology curriculum - the Faculty of Radiologists, RCSI experience – Dermot Malone, Consultant Radiologist and Professor of Radiology, University College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland Standards for cancer reporting: the RCR CASPAR pilot – Gina Brown, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Marsden Hospital Revalidation – lessons learnt from the early days – Sally Old, Medico-Legal Advisor, The MDU Overview: To understand the importance structure and use of language in radiology reports To understand the importance of evidence based practice To understand the importance of standardisation of cancer imaging reporting To understand the requirements for medical revalidation. Evening: Congress dinner and party St George’s hall 11 Wednesday 12 June Sunrise sessions RPS Masterclass II:local rules H1 Moderator: Andy Rogers, Head of Radiation Physics, Advances Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust 08.30-09.20 Local Rules – What should an RPS know and do? – Michael Nettleton, HSE Radiation Specialist Inspector Overview: This session will update RPSs [and others] on the latest position on content of Local Rules and how and which staff should be trained in them, including any required record keeping. Certificated session for RPSs, radiographers, RPAs and Physicists Cardiac MRI in clinical practice H2 Moderator: Stephen Harden, Consultant Radiologist, Cardiac Southampton 08.30-09.30 Tips for obtaining good quality images with cardiac MRI – Alison Fletcher, Southampton University Hospital Imaging cardiomyopathy with cardiac MRI – Declan O’Regan, Hammersmith Hospital Paper: High variability in signal intensity and contrast dynamics during CMRI first-pass perfusion imaging when a standard dose of contrast agent is used - blood pool & myocardium – Shona Matthew, University of Dundee Paper: Diabetes and myocardial fat in the paradigm of cardiovascular disease – Deirdre Cassidy, University of Dundee Transitional radiology paediatric to adult H3 Moderator: Robert Cooper, Consultant Musculoskeletal Paediatrics Radiologist, Sheffield 08.30-09.30 Orthopaedic surgeon’s perspective – Fergal Monsell, Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, Bristol Adult radiologist’s perspective – Robert Cooper, Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Sheffield Public perspective – Elaine Healey, Chairperson, Brittle Bone Society Overview: The aim of this session is for participants to gain further insight into the difficulties associated with transition from paediatric to adult radiology services and how this might be optimised in their own Trusts. Gastro-intestinal tract imaging H4 Moderator: Niall Power, Consultant Radiologist, Royal GI Free Hospital, London 08.30-09.45 Update on CT enterography – Stephen Trenkner, The Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA CT of black bowel – Dermot Malone, Consultant Radiologist and Professor of Radiology, University College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland Learn from our mistakes – errors in abdominal CT – Ian Zealley, Consultant Radiologist, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee Overview: An outline of several roles that modern multislice CT may undertake in evaluating luminal pathology Major trauma I H5 Moderator: Paula Richards, Consultant MSK Radiologist, MSK Keele University 08.30-10.00 Cervical trauma: What is the ideal algorithm – Hifz Aniq, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Liverpool Hospital Avoiding common pitfalls – Richard Hughes, Clinical Director of Radiology, Stoke-Mandeville Hospital Paediatric cervical injuries: Small adults or a unique group? – Karl Johnson, Consultant Radiologist, Birmingham Children’s Hospital Overview: Explore the algorithms and interpretative aspects that minimise errors Arthritides H6 Moderator: Priya Suresh, Consultant Radiologist, MSK Plymouth Hospital Trust 08.30-09.45 Rheumatoid arthritis: What’s new? – Mani Thyagurajan, Bristol Spondyloarhropathies: diagnosis and assessment – Jaspreet Singh, Oswestry Paper: Correlation between clinical and MRI disease activity scores in axial spondyloarthritis – James Mackay, Radiology Academy, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Uncommon arthropathies: Pearls and pitfalls – Priya Suresh, Consultant Radiologist, Plymouth Hospital Trust Paper: MRI of spondyloarthropathies - a reaudit: Standardised MRI protocol – the knock on effects of clinical referral patterns over 3 years – Thariq M Hajamohideen, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust Overview: Review the current role of imaging relating to changing treatment and advanced imaging 12 Emerging international issues in radiation protection H7 Moderator: David Sutton, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee Advances 09.00-10.35 RP Culture – its potential within healthcare – Peter Marsden, University College London Hospitals, London Latest news from the rest of the world: the IAEA Bonn Meeting – Sue Edyvean, Health Protection Agency, Didcot Justification – UK vs the rest of the world – Neil Lewis, Director of Medical Engineering and Physics King’s College Hospital, London EU BSS – the latest! Not to forget the EMF! – Speaker tbc Overview: An insight in the relationship between radiation protection in the UK and the rest of the world. Education in health informatics H8 Moderator: Anant Patel, Radiographer, Society and Imaging College of Radiographers informatics 09.00-10.30 Post graduate health informatics education – Rodnick Vassallo, PACS Manager, St Georges or Queen Mary’s Hospital as 2012 UKRC eICE – Di Bullman, Informatics Development Manager, Department of Health Informatics Post graduate health informatics education – Alexander Peck, Information Systems Manager, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust Overview: How should health informatics be embedded into radiology? A look at the current status, how it’s being embedded and possible future developments. Morning sessions I1 Service delivery 10.00-11.00 Certificated session IRMER Masterclass II: patient dosimetry, DRLs & optimisation Patient dosimetry, DRLs & optimisation – What is expected? – Andy Rogers, Head of Radiation Physics, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Overview: This session will update radiographers [and others] in the latest position on content and expectation of procedures that describe how the management of patient dose should be handled. Session aimed at radiographers with an interest in radiation protection, service managers, RPAs and physicists with an interest in radiation protection Cardiac CT in clinical practice I2 Moderator: Roger Bury, Consultant Radiologist, Blackpool Cardiac 10.00-11.00 Tips for obtaining good quality cardiac CT images – Matthew Benbow, CT Superintendent Radiographer, Royal Bournemouth Hospital Coronary artery CT angiography: the radiologist’s perspective – Caroline McCann, Liverpool Paediatrics refresher course What the clinician wants from the general radiologist with a paediatric interest Moderator: Nik Barnes, Consultant Radiologist, Alder Hey, Liverpool Rheumatology – Clarissa Pilkington, Consultant Paediatric Rheumatologist, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London Respiratory – Amanda Equi, Consultant Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, West Hertfordshire Hospitals Gastroenterology – David Campbell, Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist, Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Sheffield Overview: The session will provide general radiologists with an understanding of key questions that clinicians would like answered in relation to paediatric rheumatological, respiratory and GI imaging, and therefore enable them to more appropriately tailor their protocols / reporting I3 Paediatrics 10.00-11.30 Pancreatic imaging I4 Moderator: Mark Callaway, Consultant Radiologist, Bristol GI Royal Infirmary 10.00-11.30 Imaging and intervention in acute pancreatitis – Tim Fotheringham, Consultant Radiologist, The Royal London Hospital, London Imaging of neuroendocrine tumours – Andrea Rockall, Consultant Radiologist and Professor of Radiology, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London Imaging patterns of IPMNs – Naomi Campbell, Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA Overview: Update on cross sectional imaging and intervention in the pancreas Wednesday 12 June Debate: This house thinks that outsourcing will be the death of radiology as we know it in this country Service Moderator: Alf Troughton, Medical Director, The Great delivery Western Hospital 10.45-11.45 For the motion: Nicola Strickland, Consultant Radiologist, VOTING Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Against the motion: Philip Gishen, Consultant Radiologist, Imperial College Overview: In the ongoing climate of increasing demand and decreasing finance trusts are now looking at alternative methods of providing reporting services. This debate provides an opportunity to discuss the pros and cons of outsourcing the reporting of images to private companies. Afternoon sessions Interactive Session: Emphasis on plain film I6 Moderator: Phil Hughes, Plymouth Hospital Trust MSK 11.00-12.15 Bone Tumours – Dave Richie, Western Royal Infirmary, Glasgow Arthritides – Rick Whitehouse, Manchester Royal Infirmary Paediatric injuries – Simon Ostlere, Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital, Oxford Overview: Maximizing plain film interpretation I5 Radiation protection scientific papers I7 Moderator: Andy Rogers, Head of Radiation Physics, Advances Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust scientific papers Paper: A set of regional reference DLP values for 11.00-12.15 CT in the NW of England – Paul Charnock, Integrated Radiological Services Ltd Paper: Using animation to educate children about radiology – George Korankye, Forth Valley Health Board Paper: Fluoroscopic versus plain film x-ray diagnosis of radiopaque foreign bodies – Richard Thomas, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Paper: Development of eye dose monitoring strategy – Bethany Howard, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Paper: Operator eye protection in interventional radiology – Siobhan McVey, NHS Tayside Paper: Effective dose reduction in lung CT perfusion studies using new image filtering methods – Nick van Terheyden, Nuance Abdominal imaging – scientific papers I8 Moderator: William Torreggiani, Tallaght Hospital, Trinity Abdominal College, Dublin, Ireland scientific papers Paper: Liver volume analysis: A comparison between 11.15-12.15 Toshiba Vitrea Enterprise Suite (VES) V6.2 and Philips Extended Brilliance Workstation (EBW) V188.8.131.5231 – Jia Jun Ng, Singapore General Hospital Paper: The role of Tc99m-BrIDA scanning in traumatic liver injuries – Chris O‘Callaghan, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff Paper: Radiological follow up following radical cystectomy - what are we meant to be doing, what are we doing, and does it make any difference? – Ban Sharif, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Paper: Acute CT abdomen: are the clinical details still relevant? – Veena Puranik Paper: MR enterography compared to endoscopy and histology for assessing inflammatory bowel disease – Rhian Thomas, Royal Gwent Hospital, Aneurin Bevan Health Board Paper: A meta-analysis of contrast-induced nephropathy prophylaxis – Chun Lap Pang, Peninsula Radiology Academy, Plymouth NHS Hospital Trust Lunch sessions Eponymous Lecture 12.15-13.00 SCoR Welbeck Memorial Lecture Radiography: the next decade? – Audrey Paterson, Director of Professional Policy, Society and College of Radiographers ROC Research Overcoming obstacles to research Moderator: Iain Lyburn, Consultant Radiologist, Session 13.15– 14.15 Cheltenham Imaging Centre & Vice-President, UKRC European radiology research centres – Gabriel Krestin, President, ESR, & Chair of Radiology, Erasmus University, Rotterdam USA research centre – Claudia Henschke, Professor of Radiology, Mount Sinai Medical Centre, New York, USA Radiology research centres: emulating success from abroad in the UK – Fiona Gilbert, Professor of Radiology, University of Cambridge Discusssion J1 Paediatrics interactive 13.40-15.00 J2 Interactive quiz: paediatric Aunt Minnies - and less familiar cases - for the general radiologist Panel: Amaka C Offiah, Consultant Radiologist, Sheffield Ash Chakrobarty, Consultant Radiologist, Oxford Overview: An interactive quiz geared towards consultant radiologists covering common presentations of rare disorders and unusual presentations of more common disorders Diffuse lung disease: from chest radiograph to lung pathology Chest Moderator: John Reynolds, Consultant Radiologist, Heart 14.30-17.00 J3 of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham Paper: CT features of focal organizing pneumonia: An analysis of consecutive histopathologically confirmed 45 cases – Yi-Xiang Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong Paper: Retrospective study of medium-term (12 month) outcomes in patients with suspected pulmonary embolism following perfusion-only scintigraphy – Tim Pearce, Llandough Hospital, Cardiff CXR and diffuse lung disease – the missed opportunity – Stephen Ellis, Consultant Radiologist, London Chest Hospital The role of the MDT - Colm Leonard, Consultant Thoracic Physician and Honorary Senior Lecturer, University Hospital of South Manchester The interstitial pneumonias – classification update. Is there anything new? – Melanie Greaves, Consultant Radiologist, University Hospital of South Manchester Radiological-pathological correlation of diffuse lung disease - 25 shades of grey and 25 shades of colour – John Curtis, Consultant Radiologist, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool & JR Gosney, Consultant Thoracic Pathologist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital Overview: Diffuse lung disease (DLD) may manifest as an incidental finding on a chest x-ray or present with symptoms. This session is aimed at radiologists and radiographers of all levels of experience who may encounter patients with DLD in their day-to-day practice. This session will examine the radiographic technique and reporting skills required to optimise chest x-ray diagnosis of DLD, discuss the information that is important to the clinician and to the MDT, provide an update on classification and finally demonstrate some of the pathological patterns responsible for the radiological appearances. Cardiac CT and MRI at the cardiac MDT meeting: cases where cross-sectional imaging makes a difference Cardiac Moderator: Stephen Harden, Consultant Radiologist 14.30-16.00 Cardiac CT – Russell Bull, Royal Bournemouth Hospital Cardiac MRI – Bobby Agrawal, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge Paper: Role of MDCT angiography in valvular assessment – Prajakta Pinglay, University Hospital of Leicester NHS Trust Oncology and imaging – scientific papers J4 Moderator: William Torreggiani, Tallaght Hospital, Trinity Scientific College, Dublin, Ireland papers 14.30-15.45 Paper: Could prognostic imaging biomarkers contribute to decisions concerning adjuvant chemotherapy? Illustrations using CT texture analysis (CTTA) – Balaji Ganeshan, Institute of Nuclear Medicine, University College Hospital, London Paper: Characterisation of focal liver lesions using diffusion weighted imaging; does the exclusion of b-value 0s/mm2 improve lesion characterisation? – Christopher Page, King’s College London Paper: superior vena cava stenting for obstructive malignancy: failure to improve symptoms despite a technically successful procedure is a poor prognostic indicator – Thomas Micic, Aneurin Bevan Health Board Trust Paper: Radiographer screening for pulmonary emboli (PE) on routine computerised tomography (CT) scans in an oncology population – Alison Kilburn, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust Paper: Colonic cancer - CT staging with pathologic correlation – Sheila Augustine, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Trust Paper: Radiological and pathological correlation of colonic cancer staging – Islah Ud Din, Countess of Chester Hospital 13 Wednesday 12 June Hepatobiliary imaging J5 Moderator: Dominic Yu, Consultant Radiologist, Royal GI Free Hospital 14.30-15.45 Liver ultrasound – current status and future directions – Paul Sidhu, Consultant Radiologist and Professor of Radiology, King’s College, London CT of hepatobiliary malignancy – Raneem Albazaz, Consultant Radiologist, St James University Hospital, Leeds The incidental focal liver lesion – David Breen, Consultant Radiologist, University Hospital, Southampton Overview: State of the art review of multimodality liver imaging Major trauma II J6 Moderator: Dominic Barron, Leeds Teaching Hospital MSK Pelvic – James Rankin, Leeds Teaching Hospital 14.30-16.00 Knee injuries – Dominic Barron, Leeds Teaching Hospital Ankle and hindfoot – Phil Hughes, Consultant MSK Radiologist, Plymouth Hospital Paper: Radiographer contribution to trauma image interpretation: a survey of UK practice – Emily Lewis, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Paper: Injury severity scoring & TARN: do conventional radiology reports suffice? – Shrilay Sinha, Ysbyty Gwynedd – BCUHB Overview: Major trauma common injuries and less common injuries with potential longterm impacts Radiation protection in the UK – reaction to international pressures Advances Moderator: John Kotre, Consultant Clinical Scientist, 14.30-16.00 Christie NHS Foundation Trust Guidance on co-operation between employers for personal dosimetry – Andy Rogers, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Nottingham MPE certification update – Claire-Louise Chapple, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust CQC feedback from recent inspections – Speaker from IRMER Inspectorate Radiation and research – latest developments in the governance hurdles – Giles Morrison, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Sheffield Added value from real-time staff dose feedback – Adam Workman Overview: An update on current live issues for radiation protection professionals and those interested in radiation protection. Audience: Radiation Protection Supervisors, radiation protection physicists, research radiographers 14 J7 J8 Radiology report quality and communication is integral to high quality patient care Imaging Moderator: Laurence Sutton, Consultant Radiologist, informatics Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust 14.30-16.30 Radiology reports - clinical & IT perspectives – Neelam Dugar, Consultant Radiologist, Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trust What do referring doctors expect from a radiology report – Jan Bosmans, Staff Radiologist, Ghent University Hospital and Consultant, Antwerp University Hospital Is medical qualification, multi-modality & multi-specialty training important? – Nicola Strickland, Consultant Radiologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Improving radiology report quality role of clinical meetings – Susan King, Consultant Radiologist, Weston Area Health NHS Trust Radiologists’ reporting speed and patient safety – Richard Fitzgerald, Consultant Radiologist, The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust Electronic transfer of radiology reports to GP systems & other hospitals – Philip Scott, Chair HL7 UK and Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth Overview: Elements that can enhance & improve radiology report quality and communication will be discussed. Objectives: How informatics can play a significant role in improving radiology report quality What are the important elements required to deliver high quality radiology reports Update: imaging in UTI and scientific papers J9 Moderator: Amaka C Offiah, Consultant Radiologist, Sheffield Paediatrics 15.30-16.30 Imaging children with suspected urinary tract infections – Ima Moorthy, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton Paper: Replacing conventional spine radiographs with dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) in children with suspected reduction in bone density – Ese Adiotomre, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust Paper: Multisystem review of usual and unusual manifestations of infantile and childhood leukaemia – Kandise Jackson, Central Manchester Children’s Hospital Overview: Delegates will be updated on imaging infants and children with suspected urinary tract infections including current NICE guidelines Congress closes Keynote speakers plenary Eponymous lectures State of Art: lung cancer screening with CT CoR - William Stripp Memorial Lecture: See how they grow! Claudia Henschke Professor of Radiology, Mount Sinai Medical Centre, New York, USA Dr Claudia Henschke is a Professor of Radiology and heads the Lung and Cardiac Screening Program at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. A pioneer and leading expert in the field of diagnostic radiology, Dr Henschke has long believed that smokers and former smokers should consider being tested with lowdose CT scans to detect lung cancer when a tumour is still small enough to be cured. Dr Henschke has more than 20 years of clinical and research experience in this area and, since 1991, has led city, state, national, and international projects that have resulted in the diagnosis of some 800 lung cancers. She and her team have created a protocol that has set an international standard for performing low-dose CT scans and managing findings which require additional testing. Her team has developed techniques that provide 3D growth assessment of a lesion. Using these techniques lesion growth can be measured and compared to the rate of growth seen in malignant tumours. This can help distinguish those lesions that are benign from those that are malignant. Dr Henschke received a M.S. in mathematical statistics from Southern Methodist University and her PhD in mathematical statistics and computer science in 1969 from the University of Georgia. She was awarded her medical degree from Howard University in 1977. She completed her radiology residency at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and in 1981 was named to the faculty of the Department of Radiology at Harvard Medical School. Dr Henschke was a Professor of Radiology at Weill Cornell Medical College before joining Mount Sinai. Dr Henschke has authored over 250 peer reviewed publications, two books and more than 30 chapters in books. Barium is not dead: barium is state of the art! Stephen Trenkner Assioate Professor of Radiology, The Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA Dr Trenkner graduated from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1978. Following a fellowship in gastrointestinal radiology at the University of Pennsylvania in 1982-1983, he has worked in the field of gastrointestinal radiology for 30 years. His main interests are fluoroscopy and CT of the abdomen and pelvis as it relates to the luminal GI tract. He has received teaching awards at the University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, and Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Dr Trenkner enjoys biking, running, tennis, photography, and The Beatles. Maryann Hardy Associate Dean for Research and Director of Postgraduate Research for School of Health Studies, Bradford University Maryann qualified as a diagnostic radiographer in 1989 and worked as a clinical radiographer for 9 years before entering academia as a lecturer in 1998. In 2002 she became the first radiographer to be awarded a Department of Health doctoral research fellowship for a study considering the “epidemiology of children’s injuries”. She was promoted to Chair of Radiography & Imaging Practice Research at the University of Bradford in 2009 and is currently Associate Dean for Research and Director of Postgraduate Research for School of Health Studies, University of Bradford. She is a widely published author of journal articles and co-author of 2 popular text books: “Paediatric Radiography” (2003) and “Musculoskeletal Trauma – a Guide to Assessment and Diagnosis” (2012). IPEM - John Mallard lecture: The role of functional imaging in the study of neurological and psychiatric disease – new developments and future prospects David Wyper University of Glasgow & Director of SINAPSE Currently Professor Wyper is the Director of SINAPSE. Until then, his career was based within the NHS where he was Director of the Clinical Physics Department of Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board and also Research & Development Director. His teaching and research was undertaken through an honorary professorship at the University of Glasgow, and focused mainly on brain scanning using radioisotope techniques and magnetic resonance imaging. In his current position as Director of SINAPSE David has responsibility for an imaging network established by the Scottish Funding Council, with added support from CSO, involving the Universities of Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, St Andrews and Stirling. From this platform, they are engaging with Health Science Scotland and with other academic pooling groups. So far the most productive partnerships have been with SCOTCHEM and SUPA. The graduate School has 46 doctoral students from 19 countries, with 17 of the studentships in the form of industrial partnerships. Professor Wyper lectures regularly on brain imaging, and imaging based research. CoR - Wellbeck Memorial Lecture: Radiography: the next decade? Audrey M Paterson Director of Professional Policy, Society and College of Radiographers Audrey is Director of Professional Policy at the Society and College of Radiographers where she is the policy lead for education, professional practice and research. Her career has spanned clinical practice, education, research and management, and she has written and presented extensively. She is passionate about the contributions radiographers can make to healthcare. In 1994, she was awarded the Fellowship of the College of Radiographers and, in 1995, the Gold Medal of the Society of Radiographers. In 2002 she was given a personal chair in radiography by Canterbury Christ Church University; and honoured with an OBE in 2011. 15 ESSENTIAL IMAGING 10-12 June 2013 - ACC Liverpool NEW for 2013 Workshop programme A full programme of workshops each with 20 workstations fitted with a Mac loaded with OsiriX to enable all participants to look at case studies and upgrade their skills (places limited so book early online to avoid disappointment). Monday 10 June W1 OsiriX 1 Wednesday 12 June 10.15-11.15 08.30-10.45 Introduction to OsiriX Masterclass: HRCT of diffuse lung disease – for beginners Hands on workshop with basic introduction to OsiriX Places limited Moderator: Sue Kearney, Consultant Radiologist, Lancashire Teaching Hospital Trust, Chorley Lung anatomy on HRCT – secondary pulmonary lobule - Sue Kearney, Consultant Radiologist, Lancashire Teaching Hospital Trust, Chorley Patterns of abnormality; dots, lines and holes - Mary Rodie, Consultant Radiologist, Charing Cross Hospital, London Review of cases; dots, lines and holes - Sue Kearney, Mary Roddie and Stuart Mellor Patterns of abnormality: tubes and densities - Stuart Mellor, Consultant Thoracic and General Radiologist,East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust Review of cases; tubes and densities - Sue Kearney, Mary Roddie and Stuart Mellor Review of the online quiz - Sue Kearney Overview: The lectures will show how to interpret lung HRCT and demonstrate the various patterns of abnormality seen in diffuse lung disease. Cases on individual workstations give the opportunity to practice lung HRCT interpretation. Prior to this session you will have the opportunity to complete an online assessment www.xrayetc.org. This provides you with an idea of your current level of experience in lung HRCT interpretation, and allows the tutors to direct the teaching more specifically. The answers will be reviewed at the end of the session (each individuals’ results will be anonymous). W2 Workshop 11.45-12.45 W3 Neuro workshop 13.15-14.15 Neuro interactive session with case studies Calvin Soh, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Salford Royal Hospital W4 OsiriX 2 15.15-16.15 Introduction to OsiriX Hands on workshop with basic introduction to OsiriX Places limited FRCR tutorial Tuesday 11 June W5 Workshop 08.30-09.30 FRCR workstation W6 OsiriX 3 W12 OsiriX 5 10.15-11.15 Hands on workshop with basic introduction to OsiriX Places limited W13 Paediatrics workstation Hands on workshop with basic introduction to OsiriX Places limited FRCR Tutorial paediatrics 12.00-13.00 Neuro interactive session with case studies Calvin Soh, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Salford Royal Hospital W8 OsiriX 4 13.30-14.30 15.00-16.00 Cardiac interactive session with case studies Carl Roobottom W10 Cardiac workshop 2 Cardiac interactive session with case studies Carl Roobottom W14 OsiriX 6 Hands on workshop with basic introduction to OsiriX Places limited Hands on workshop looking beyond the basics of OsiriX Places limited 16.30-17.30 13.45-15.15 Panel: Ann-Marie Jeanes, Consultant Radiologist, Leeds Alistair Calder, Consultant Radiologist, London Overview: Small group tutorial particularly geared towards FRCR candidates, but all are welcome. Introduction to OsiriX Advanced OsiriX W9 Cardiac workshop 1 11.15-12.15 Introduction to OsiriX Introduction to Osirix W7 Neuro workshop 16 W11 Chest 15.30-16.30 www.ukrc.org.uk Satellite sessions Monday 10 June ROC History Session 9.45-10.45 What we can learn from imaging history? Moderator: Adrian Thomas, Princess Royal Hospital Paper: Save that old radiograph: silver recovery is gold for the Anatomy Department – Chloe Mortensen, Great Western Hospital Radiology in Liverpool – Dr Arpan Banerjee, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital Paper: 4000 shades of grey - the inventor of the 3D X-Ray machine – James Ricketts, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust William Coolidge: The centenary of the Coolidge tube,1913-2013 – Adrian Thomas, Princess Royal Hospital Discussion FRCR tutorial programme NEW for 2013 A full programme of small FRCR Tutorials run by experienced tutors. Must be pre-booked as each is limited to 15 delegates per session. (book early online to avoid disappointment). Monday 10 June Tutorial 1 12.45 – 13.45 15.15-16.15 FRCR tutorial Small intimate general FRCR teaching session with experienced FRCR tutor Places limited Tuesday 11 June Tutorial 3 10.00 - 11.00 FRCR tutorial Small intimate general FRCR teaching session with experienced FRCR tutor Places limited Tutorial 4 15.15-16.15 FRCR tutorial Small intimate general FRCR teaching session with experienced FRCR tutor Places limited Wednesday 12 June Tutorial 5 11.15 – 12.15 FRCR tutorial Small intimate general FRCR teaching session with experienced FRCR tutor Places limited Tutorial 6 13.00-13.30 Acuo Technologies symposium 13.45-14.15 Enterprise Clinical Content Management: A NHS Healthcare Reality Shannon Werb, Chief Operating Officer, Acuo Technologies Telemedicine Clinic 14.30-15.00 Philips symposium 15.15-16.15 AlluraClarity IQ: Transforming healthcare FRCR tutorial Small intimate general FRCR teaching session with experienced FRCR tutor Places limited Tutorial 2 Telemedicine Clinic 14.15-15.15 FRCR tutorial Small intimate general FRCR teaching session with experienced FRCR tutor Places limited SCoR reception 17.00-19.00 Tuesday 11 June Toshiba symposium 10.00-11.00 GE Healthcare symposium 11.00-12.00 Bayer symposium 11.30-12.30 SCoR session 12.45-14.00 Alliance symposium 13.15-14.15 Introduction to contrast CT, cardiac and neurological scanning in PET/CT Carestream symposium 14.15-15.15 Carestream VNA – an Oxymoron? Xograph symposium 14.30-15.30 Mobile C-Arms in hybrid rooms and advanced 3D applications Dr. Stefan Wagner, Director Global Product Management, Ziehm Imaging GmbH, Germany and Eva-Maria Ilg, Global Product Manager 3D and Navigation, Ziehm Imaging GmbH, Germany Wednesday 12 June IPEM/STFC satellite 10.00-11.45 The Science and Technology Facilities Council Futures Programme for Healthcare The STFC Futures Programme for Healthcare, its Cancer Care Strategy and the role of imaging – Barbara Camanzi, STFC Futures Programme Cancer Care Strategy Leader, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell Where the STFC can assist A radiologists view A physicists view A radiographers view 17 ESSENTIAL IMAGING 10-12 June 2013 - ACC Liverpool Social events Monday 10 June Comedy night at the Supper Club Followed by open bar night with DJ from 10.15pm The Supper Club on Blundell Street is located a short walk from the ACC. Blundell Street is one of the leading function spaces in Liverpool for live music and comedy and offers an atmospheric venue with unique decor. The evening will include a line-up of comedians and compere, a complimentary drink on arrival and supper. The evening will end with an open bar night and DJ. www.blundellstreetliverpool.com Meal and drinks package Tickets will include a simple Thai supper with a drink on arrival, glass of wine, bottled beer or soft drink. Entertainment Laugher House comedy will provide three headline comedians and a compere. The DJ/sound technician will work with the compere and provide music until 1am. The Supper Club has a dance floor which means that you can spend the entire night in the one venue. Open bar night Delegates not wishing to attend the comedy can join colleagues after the event for an open bar night with DJ and disco offering the opportunity to network and dance. Tickets will include entry to the Supper Club and a complimentary drink on arrival Comedy and supper tickets £20.00 inc vat Bar night tickets £5.00 inc vat Congress dinner and party at St George’s Hall Venue The evening will include a champagne drinks reception held in the spacious North Entrance Hall or if the weather is fine, drinks can be served outside on the balcony entrance to St George’s Hall. A superb three course meal will be served in The Great Hall offering an amazing setting for dinner with the Hall’s impressive chandeliers, stained glass windows and magnificent barrel vaulted ceiling. Following the dinner entertainment will be provided by The Backbeat Beatles. An opportunity to network with colleagues and dance the night away in a truly grand style. www.stgeorgesliverpool.co.uk Meal and drinks package Tickets will include a three course meal, a glass of sparkling wine on arrival, wine throughout dinner. A cash bar will be provided during the entertainment. Entertainment The well recommended Backbeat Beatles will provide two 45 minute sets after dinner with a large dance floor. The Backbeat Beatles are a premier Beatles tribute band and come direct from Liverpool, which makes their sound, vocals as well as their natural wit and humour much more authentic. Dinner tickets £60.00 inc vat 18 ACC Liverpool The ACC Liverpool (Arena Convention Centre) is a uniquely flexible venue. It houses the award-winning BT Convention Centre with facilities including a 1,350 seat auditorium, 18 breakout rooms and large flexible exhibition spaces. The venue sits at the heart of the city on Kings Waterfront, alongside the Grade I listed Albert Dock and adjacent to the World Heritage site at Pier Head. ACC Liverpool is also one of the most sustainable venues in Europe. Designed to reduce by CO2 emissions by half, the cutting-edge design includes a raft of green innovations, from sensor-controlled lighting and rooftop rainwater harvesting to riverside wind turbines. For further information please visit www.accliverpool.com Accommodation Liverpool offers a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets and requirements with two hotels onsite and over 2000 bedrooms within 15 minutes walk. Hotel reservations are being handled through our specialist accommodation agency, Reservation Highway who has negotiated special rates for the duration of the event. View hotels and book online at www.reservation-highway.co.uk using access code “ukrc13” (lowercase). Early booking recommended, please book by Monday 13th May, bookings made after this date will be on a request basis and subject to availability. www.ukrc.org.uk Getting to Liverpool Booking form How to book: Online: www.ukrc.org.uk Post: UKRC C/O Profile Productions Ltd, Northumberland House, London W5 4NG Fax: 0208 832 7301 Tel: 0208 832 7311 Delegate fee categories: A Consultants and senior managers B Other medical and scientific staff including trainees C Radiographers, nurses, other AHPs and support staff D Full-time students, retired delegates and individuals on bursaries Registration fees (Please select the tick box) Category* Days A Full Congress A 2 day - Monday & Tuesday A 2 day - Tuesday & Wednesday A 1 day - Monday A 1 day - Tuesday A 1 day - Wednesday B Full Congress B 2 day - Monday & Tuesday B 2 day - Tuesday & Wednesday B 1 day - Monday B 1 day - Tuesday B 1 day - Wednesday C Full Congress C 2 day - Monday & Tuesday C 2 day - Tuesday & Wednesday C 1 day - Monday C 1 day - Tuesday C 1 day - Wednesday D Full Congress D 2 day - Monday & Tuesday D 2 day - Tuesday & Wednesday D 1 day - Monday D 1 day - Tuesday D 1 day - Wednesday all prices include VAT @20% Liverpool is well served by rail, air and road networks. Trains run hourly from London Euston Station to Liverpool Lime Street taking just over two hours. Links to all other UK cities run into Liverpool Lime Street. Liverpool John Lennon Airport offers links to most major European and international cities and takes approximately 20 minutes by car to reach the ACC. Before 15 April £420.00 £355.00 £355.00 £202.00 £202.00 £202.00 £310.00 £270.00 £270.00 £145.00 £145.00 £145.00 £260.00 £199.00 £199.00 £123.00 £123.00 £123.00 £95.00 £80.00 £80.00 £52.00 £52.00 £52.00 After 15 April £470.00 £389.00 £389.00 £225.00 £225.00 £225.00 £342.00 £299.00 £299.00 £160.00 £160.00 £160.00 £285.00 £218.00 £218.00 £135.00 £135.00 £135.00 £97.00 £85.00 £85.00 £55.00 £55.00 £55.00 Please indicate which days you will be attending: Monday 10 June Tuesday 11 June Social events Comedy night - £20 Wednesday 12 June Bar Night - £5 Conference Dinner - £60 What’s included? Conference rates include full attendance at the event, lunch voucher and delegate materials. Group booking discount: If you have five or more delegates attending from the same department, a 10% discount on registration fees will be applicable, please return all forms for all delegates and the discount will be removed at point of registration. Only one invoice can be raised. Delegate details TitleName Job title Employing organisation Address CountryPostcode Work Tel/Mob Email What organisation do you belong to? BIR IPEM SCOR Special requirements – please tick anything appropriate: Vegetarian Vegan Wheelchair access Other Hearing loop Other ESSENTIAL IMAGING 10-12 June 2013 - ACC Liverpool Booking form The BIR is a multidisciplinary membership organisation connecting radiology professionals and industry at all levels, focusing on “where science meets medicine” for the benefit of the patient. 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Confirmation will be sent to you within 14 working days of receiving your booking. 5. Profile Productions Ltd. cannot be held responsible should your registration form not be received. 6. If you have not heard from us 14 working days after sending your completed form, or 14 days before the start date of the conference, it is your responsibility to contact us to ensure your place is booked. 7. All invoices must be paid within 21 days of the invoice date and MUST be paid prior to the conference. Failure to do so may result in your place being cancelled. 8. Any delegates registering within 28 days of the event MUST include a valid credit card for payment on the registration form. 9. The delegate is responsible for ensuring payment to Profile Productions Ltd. has been made. 10. Any delegates arriving at conference with an outstanding payment will be asked to provide credit card details as a guarantee. 11. Registration fees include VAT @ the prevailing rate, lunch voucher and conference materials. Cancellations will only be accepted in writing. Cancellations received on or prior to 10 May 2013 will be refunded subject to a £45 administration fee. Cancellations received after 10 May 2013 will not be refunded however substitutions will be accepted at any time, but please notify the organisers in writing of any name changes. 12. Any cancellation notices received prior 10 May 2013 for a registration that still has payment outstanding will be liable for payment of a cancellation fee of £45. Any cancellation notices received after 10 May 2013 for registration that still has payment outstanding will be liable for the full outstanding amount. 13. Any delegate registered to attend, who for whatever reason may not be able to attend the conference, is still liable for payment as per the cancellation policy in point 11 & 12. 14. Exhibition visitor tickets permit entry to the exhibition and any educational sessions taking place in the exhibition hall ONLY. A full delegate ticket must be purchased if access to all conference sessions is required. Exhibition visitors must purchase refreshments and lunch separately. Exhibition visitors are not permitted to conduct any commercial activity such as promoting or selling products, distributing literature or information pertaining to their business or attempting to obtain contact information of any other attendee. Any exhibition visitor caught carrying out these activities onsite will be asked to leave the event and may be prohibited from attending future events. The College of Radiographers is the charitable subsidiary of the Society of Radiographers, the membership body for some 25,000 radiographers, other professionals in clinical imaging and radiation oncology and students and trainees. The society provides, through an annual subscription, a full range of services, including professional indemnity, workplace support, CPD management and support through CPD Now and Imaging and Therapy Practice, a comprehensive monthly news magazine, Synergy News and many other benefits. Like all charities, The College of Radiographers exists for public benefit, with objects directed towards education, research and other related activities. A major initiative to support research in radiography is the Industry Partnership Scheme, which now has 23 partners. Jointly, The Society and College work towards raising standards across the spectrum of clinical imaging, radiotherapy, oncology practice and education, providing a comprehensive approval and accreditation programme for all pre and post-registration education provision. Technical and professional guidance, a comprehensive website, publications, journals (including and the internationally acclaimed peer reviewed journal Radiography), seminars and conferences are examples of just some of the benefits available to each and every member of the Society of Radiographers. The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) is dedicated to bringing together physical science, engineering and clinical professionals in academia, healthcare services and industry to share knowledge, advance science and technology and inform and educate the public with the purpose of improving the understanding, detection and treatment of disease and the management of patients. IPEM achieves these aims by: Improving standards in clinical practice Providing leadership and advice on scientific and engineering issues in healthcare to other healthcare professionals, government and the public Organising conferences and meetings to stimulate research and innovation, and to disseminate its results Publishing four influential scientific journals, specialised reports, a quarterly magazine and a fortnightly newsletter Supporting clinical scientists and technologists in their practice through education and training Supporting the development of high quality healthcare in other countries IPEM has around 4000 members in the UK and overseas. Benefits of membership include a free CPD scheme, discounts on conference fees and publications, bursaries and prizes, access to job vacancies, a wide support network at every stage of career progression, and use of designatory letters for most categories of membership as recognition of professional standing.