CT Colonography: Equipping Technologists For Best Practice in Colon Screening

Course Information

Course Code

CTCO100

Instruction Method

Virtual – details and platform to follow

Fee

$185.00

Length

March 11th 2021, 1:30-4:30PM

Instructor(s)

Tanya Chawla, MRCP FRCR FRCPC
Tracy Wakeford, MRT(R)

Learner Outcomes

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Appreciate the role of CT colonography in colon cancer screening and in detection of colorectal pathology
  • Perform CT colonography within the context of associated risks and benefits
  • Support the establishment of a CT colon program within the department

Course Objectives

This half day course in CT Colonography introduces the practicing medical radiation technologist to the clinical, technical, and practical considerations in this important medical imaging procedure. Led by expert radiologist and technologist faculty in the Joint Department of Medical Imaging at Sinai Health, lectures, case studies, and demonstrations will highlight current best practice.

  • colon screening and the important role of CT colonography
  • the technologist procedural workflow
  • the clinical imaging features of relevance in colon screening
  • considerations in the use of CT contrast and buscopan

Q&A period after each speaker, planned breaks

Intended For

This course would be of benefit to radiological technologists who are either practicing or anticipating practicing in the environment of CT colonography.

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