CSTR 2021 - Focus on Lung Screening - April 28 (11:00-15:30 EDT)
The Canadian Society of Thoracic Radiology (CSTR) has designed a dynamic and comprehensive program with live accredited sessions and on-demand content:
Diffuse Lung Disease (11:00 - 13:00 EDT)
This session will review the updates to and integration of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) diagnostic guidelines, discuss the role and limitations of high-resolution CT of the chest in the diagnosis of fibrotic interstitial lung disease, clinical challenges in the diagnosis and management of IPF, an in-depth exploration of vaping-associated lung disease, fatty-airways disease and a detailed review of the imaging features of COVID-19 pneumonia.
Featuring: Drs. Cameron Hague, Carolina Souza, Deborah Assayag, Daria Manos, and Jana Taylor.
Lung Cancer Screening (13:15 - 15:15 EDT)
This session will provide an overview of lung cancer screening in the United States, various European screening efforts, the Alberta Lung Cancer Screening Pilot Study, the Cancer Care Ontario pilot, and discuss multiple issues regarding how to better implement lung cancer screening and identify important areas of research. The session will conclude with an exciting panel discussion with leaders in low-dose CT for lung cancer screening.
Featuring: Drs. Caroline Chiles (STR President), Mathias Prokop (ESTI Representative), Mike Bristow, Heidi Schmidt, and Martin Tammemagi.
The CSTR 2021 program was made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Imagia.
Participants in the CSTR 2021: Focus on Lung Screening are eligible to claim a maximum of 4.75 hours (credits are automatically calculated) under Section 1 (Group Learning Activity) of the MOC Program of the Royal College. These hours are included in the total credits for the CAR 2021 scientific program which is approved for a maximum of 20.25 credits (Section 1).