Get Up To Date on Clinically Relevant Topics in Breast Imaging with UCSF Radiology CME

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Both clinical radiologists who specialize in breast imaging and radiologists who have general diagnostic clinical duties are invited to attend the Breast Imaging Update at the Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island of Hawaii from March 5 through 11, 2022, hosted by the UCSF Radiology Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program. The course will highlight recent developments, with a strong focus on the use of multimodality imaging and intervention (mammography with tomosynthesis, ultrasound and MRI).

“We are excited to return to the Big Island for our 2022 dedicated Breast Imaging Update course after skipping 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Bonnie Joe, MD, PhD, course chair and chief of Breast Imaging. “Expert faculty from UCSF Breast Imaging and special guest Maxine S. Jochelson, MD, FSBI from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will be presenting live lecture content, dedicated workshops and faculty panels. We look forward to welcoming new and old friends at the beautiful Fairmont Orchid Resort & Spa in March 2022!”

The course consists of five half-day morning sessions Sunday thru Friday, with a full day off on Wednesday. There will be daily interactive panel question and discussion sessions to allow attendees to ask questions. Two small group workshops will focus on interpretation and diagnosis of challenging cases using various imaging methods, with the small group setting also allowing for direct discussion with faculty. This course also fulfills the CME requirement for MQSA in breast imaging. Refer to the course brochure for a full schedule.

UCSF Faculty that will be teaching this course include Dr. Joe, Jessica Hayward, MD, Kimberly Ray, MD and Edward Sickles, MD. This course will offer 25.25 CME credits and 20.25 SAM credits. View the course webpage for the lecture program, travel info, online registration and full brochure

Registration is open at the time of publication here.

Learn more about the Fairmont Orchid’s participation in the ALLSAFE program which follows a strict sanitation protocol to ensure health and safety of all Fairmont guests and colleagues.

The health and safety of our meeting attendees, faculty, staff, and patients is of the utmost importance to us. Further information can be found here. UCSF will continue to follow the Chancellor’s and State’s directives on large group gatherings and non-essential travel. If you have any questions, please contact the Radiology CME office directly.


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