Get a State-of-the-Art Update on Neuroradiology and Musculoskeletal Imaging with UCSF Radiology CME

Kona Beach, Hawaii

Get a comprehensive state-of-the-art update on clinically relevant topics in neuroradiology and musculoskeletal imaging set against a beautiful backdrop - the Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island of Hawaii. Join the UCSF Radiology Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program for the UCSF Neuro and Musculoskeletal Imaging Update. The course takes place from February 6 through February 11, 2022 with five half-day morning sessions Sunday thru Friday, with a full-day off on Wednesday.

“We are so looking forward to have you join for the UCSF Neuro and MSK Imaging CME Course at the beautiful Fairmont Orchid Resort and Spa in Kona,” says Vinil Shah, MD, course co-chair and chief of Neuroradiology. “Our world class faculty will provide a practical and in-depth overview of neuroradiology topics commonly encountered in practice. We are excited to engage with you during the course and hope to see you in Kona in February.”

Neuroradiology topics to be addressed include an imaging overview of neuroradiological emergencies, head & neck tumor staging, temporal bone, neurodegenerative disorders, spinal tumors, post-operative spine imaging, and advanced imaging techniques including MR neurography, fMRI, and DTI.

“We can’t wait to connect with radiologists from around the globe in Kona this February! The Musculoskeletal Imaging program on the Big Island is one of our favorite courses of the year,” says Matthew Bucknor, MD, course co-chair and associate professor in residence. “Come for the great camaraderie, thought-provoking discussions, and pragmatic lectures on a wide range of topics including several featuring musculoskeletal ultrasound. All this in an incredible resort in one of the most stunning landscapes that Hawaii has to offer. Hope you join us— we can’t wait!

Musculoskeletal imaging (MSK) topics will include review of presentations in the major joints, an introduction to musculoskeletal ultrasound, bone marrow and tumors, and inflammatory arthropathies.

UCSF faculty that will be teaching this course include Dr. Bucknor (MSK), Dr. Shah (neuroradiology), Kevin Mcgill, MD, MPH (MSK), Leo Sugrue, MD, PhD (neuroradiology), Christine Glastonbury, MBBS (neuroradiology) and Lynne Steinbach, MD (MSK). Ramya Srinivasan, MD, former UCSF faculty and current physician at Kauai Medical Clinic, Wilcox Medical Center will be there as guest faculty.

This course will offer 23.75 Self-Assessment credits (pending approval and subject to change): 12.75 in Abdominal, 7.5 in Thoracic, and 2.25 in Non-interpretive Skills. 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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