Virtual -RADS Structured Reporting Workshop
Date: Wednesday, April 6 & Thursday, April 7, 2022 from 11:00 - 15:30 EDT
Convenor: Tanya Chawla
This interactive virtual workshop is offered in two half-day sessions with the option to attend one or both and provides an overview of -RADS structured reporting systems for various modalities and body systems. For each -RADS section, the workshop will be facilitated by sub-specialists and will cover interpretation of cases with suggested reporting templates, and the opportunity to review cases. Participants will be able to simulate real case-reporting with the benefit of individualized feedback from instructors.
The first session covers -RADS above the diaphragm (lung nodules, CAD-RADS, TI-RADS) and the second session covers -RADS below the diaphragm (PI-RADS, O-RADS, LI-RADS). Participants will be given access to the cases, as well as background reading material for each section in advance of the workshop, in order to ensure ample time to discuss pearls and pitfalls of interpretation in the various sub-sections during the workshop itself.
|Session 1: Wednesday April 6, 2022 - 11:00 - 15:30 EDT|
Structured Reporting Above the Diaphragm
|Session 2: Thursday April 7, 2022 - 11:00 - 15:30 EDT|
Structured Reporting Below the Diaphragm
Nicola Schieda and Silvia Chang
Caroline Reinhold and Michelle Zhang
*There are only 20 spaces available per session. Additional fees apply. Registration for these workshop sessions are only available to ASM participants. Registration can be done for any one session or both sessions.
This workshop is designed for practicing radiologists interested in increasing their familiarity with structured reporting systems, and who are interested in integrating structured reporting into their workflows. Participants need not have prior experience using any of the -RADS systems under consideration.
At the end of this simulation workshop, the participants should be able to:
- Score imaging cases and recognize the nuances of management using -RADS scoring systems to minimize ambiguity and facilitate appropriate patient care.
- Utilize demonstrated standardized reporting templates to report on cases based on -RADS scoring systems for the area under discussion.
- Recognize common pitfalls and mimics in interpreting cases across body parts and systems when using -RADS scoring.