Demystifying Radiology CME Conference – Buffalo, NY
Master our key tips to become a better Radiologist.
Radiographic interpretation is a crucial step in the diagnostic process that helps us better serve our patients. The ability to analyze and evaluate the findings that can revealed by a radiograph enables us to detect diseases, lesions & conditions which can’t always be identified clinically. You can always choose to send your patient to a radiologist, but when you are on the font lines as a provider you are responsible for the initial interpretation!
This workshop has been designed for any medical professionals that have to do preliminary analysis of radiographs. We will improve your confidence when it comes to plain film radiographic interpretation:
- When do we need to order a scan?
- How do you avoid making mistakes?
- How can we draw clinical connections between our PE and scans?
Bonus Content: We’ll be covering the secrets to Physical Examination & Patient History!
Your initial assessment of your patient is the keystone to a proper diagnosis. Like anything else, there are tips and tricks we can apply during this process to give us the best odds of a positive outcome. We’ll be adding this content to our Radiology Workshop to give you a comprehensive overview on how to connect the data from PE, history, and radiographic interpretation into one cohesive analysis that will help you move forward with the treatment of your patient.
About the Workshop
Our program is designed by John Bielinski, a 19 year critical access & acute care PA and an international educator spending approximately 500 hours per year directly teaching. You’ll learn actionable tips that you can implement in your own practice to strengthen your diagnostic process. This workshop has been designed for any medical professionals that have to do preliminary analysis of radiographs.
*CME4Life offers free admission for medical students that are currently enrolled in program at an accredited college or university.
What to Expect:
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This course is currently considered Category 2 CME.
If you are interested in attending this course and need to complete credit hours, please consider visiting our online store after registering for this event! You can utilize our take-home materials to earn AAPA Category 1 CME credit. We offer video programs, review books, flashcards, and cover a variety of medical topics! Click here to learn more.
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