Multidisciplinary approach to cancer imaging

  • Лого организатора
  • Дата проведения: Четвер, 02 листопада 2017
This course is designed for radiologists, radiation-oncologists, surgeons and all others involved or interested in obtaining knowledge on the multidisciplinary management of liver, pancreatic, prostate and rectal cancer. The goal is to understand each other’s specialty needs in a multidisciplinary environment. The course aims to provide knowledge on an integrated approach of imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Didactic lectures followed by workshops simulating multidisciplinary tumour boards will cover all aspects of patients’ management. A renowned European multidisciplinary faculty of expert radiologists, surgeons and radiation-oncologists will provide the participants with an in-depth knowledge of imaging technology as well as an understanding of how its information can be used for clinical decision making, treatment planning, adaptation and response assessment.

Asklepios course

Multidisciplinary approach to cancer imaging

November 2-3, 2017
Rome, Italy

REGISTRATION FEES

  • ESR and ESTRO members in training
  • Early fee € 200
  • Late fee € 300
  • Non-members in training
  • Early fee € 300
  • Late fee € 400
  • ESR and ESTRO members
  • Early fee € 350
  • Late fee € 450
  • Non-members
  • Early fee € 450
  • Late fee € 550

(Early fee until eight weeks prior to the course)
(Late fee after eight weeks prior to the course)

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • to understand the imaging technology and protocols used in radiology and radiation oncology
  • to learn about relevant questions in each other’s specialty
  • to become familiar with current treatment options in liver, pancreatic, prostate and rectal cancer
  • to know the role of and understand how imaging information impacts treatment stratification, planning and adaptation

 

FACULTY

S. Alfieri, Rome/IT; R. Beets-Tan, Amsterdam/NL; C. Dejong, Maastricht/NL; P. Hoskin, London/UK; M. Hoyer, Aarhus/DK; R. Manfredi, Rome/IT; A.G. Morganti, Bologna/IT; N. Papanikolaou, Lisbon/PT; H.-P. Schlemmer, Heidelberg/DE; V. Valentini, Rome/IT; C. van de Velde, Leiden/NL; U. van der Heide, Amsterdam/NL; H. Van Poppel, Leuven/BE; V. Vilgrain, Clichy/FR

Detailed information read here.