© 2019 - Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynaecology – CME

23rd Annual

Women’s Imaging

Advances in Gynaecologic Imaging & First Trimester Ultrasound

Friday February 21-

Sunday February 23, 2020

Toronto Marriott Eaton Centre

525 Bay St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

University of Toronto

Department of Medical Imaging and

Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

 

/ IOTA CERTIFICATION & COURSE OBJECTIVES

IOTA (International Ovarian Tumour Analysis) Certification Course and ACR O-RAD Risk Management Strategy

This year Women’s Imaging course will incorporate the first Canadian IOTA (International Ovarian Tumour Analysis) certification course with the first worldwide ACR O-RADS certification in O-RADS Risk and Management Strategy. ​Material for certification will be presented on Friday February 21, 2020 and then course participants will have the option of writing the certification exam from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.  on Friday afternoon. Written exams will reviewed and certificates will be issued to all individuals who pass the exam (as mentioned, ALL material in the exam will be clearly presented and taught at the Women’s Imaging course on Friday February 21st).  As part of the team to introduce these ground-breaking change, we are fortunate to host a core member of the IOTA team, Dr. Wouter Froyman from Belgium and our own Dr. Phyllis Glanc who is the Vice Chair of the ORADS team.

We are also privileged to have as one of our guest faculty for the WI2020 program, Dr. Yvette Groszmann from Harvard Medical School who will share her expertise in utilizing 3D imaging in everyday gynecological ultrasound.  We look forward to enhancing our knowledge in uncommon ovarian tumors, focus on deep infiltrating endometriosis and explore the expanding role of first trimester ultrasound and the 11-14-week evaluation.

Learning Objectives

 

At the conclusion of this year’s Women’s Imaging program, course participants will be able to:

  • Obtain an IOTA certification

  • Utilize the O-RADS Risk Management Strategy

  • Discuss evidence-based rules for diagnosing ovarian pathology

  • Evaluate first trimester ultrasound goals including the 11-14 scan

  • Update knowledge on uterine pathology

/ SCHEDULE

/ Workshops

A.      US and MRI Correlation in Gynaecology

         Josee Sarrazin

 

B.      US Challenges in Gynaecology

         Dilkash Kajal & Sarah Johnson

 

C.      11 -14 Week Ultrasound in Pregnancy:

        Case Conundrums

         David Chitayat, Ants Toi & Tim Van Mieghem

 

 

D.      US Guided Procedures in Gynaecology

          Hournaz Ghandehari

 

E.      IOTA & O-Rads Certification Exam (free)

 

F.      Pelvic Floor Ultrasound

         Phyllis Glanc

 

G.      3D Tips from Me to You...

          Yvette Groszmann

 

/REGISTRATION

Before January 22


Physician        

$725 + HST = $819.25

 

Sonographer             

$575 + HST = $649.75

Resident

$495 + HST = $559.35

 

After  January 22

 

Physician     

$825 + HST = $932.25

 

Sonographer           

$675 + HST = $762.75

Resident

$495 + HST = $559.35

  • Registration fee includes attendance at all lectures, on-line syllabus, CME credits, continental breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks. 

  • Refunds will not be issued for cancellations received after January 21, 2020.  A processing fee of $100.00 will be retained on all cancellations.

 

 

/ ACCREDITATION

This event has been submitted for accreditation with the following accrediting bodies (credits will be posted in the next few weeks):

  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

  • American Medical Association

  • Sonography Canada

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Yvette Groszmann

Instructor, Obstetrics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Biology,

Harvard Medical School

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Boston, Massachusetts

 

Wouter Froyman

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Consultant Gynaecologist, University Hospitals

Leuven Belgium

 

/CONTACT

CME – Dept. of OB/GYN

700 University Ave. 8-934

Toronto, ON    M5G 1Z5

(416)586-4800 ext 2489

FAX:  (416)586-5958