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2021 BIENNIAL MEETING

24-26 March 2022
Montreal, CA

 

In 2021, the IS3R holds two webinars to provide a forum for discussion trends and perspectives in radiology post-COVID. The webinars will be held on June 5, 2021 and on November 6, 2021.

 

Webinar 1: June 5, 2021, 14:00-16:20 CEST

Program

14:00-14:05 Welcome (M. Recht)

SESSION 1: LESSONS LEARNED FROM COVID

14:05-14:20 How lessons learned from COVID will inform leadership and strategy for radiology departments in the future (G. Boland)
14:20-14:35 Lessons learned from the German governmental perspective on how to handle a pandemic: which digital strategies worked and which did not work? (J. Debatin)
14:35-14:45 How lessons learned from COVID will inform leadership and strategy for industry (C. Zindel)
14:45-15:05 Discussion

15:05-15:20 Break

SESSION 2: SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS POST-COVID

WHAT WILL THE ROLE OF VIRTUAL MEETINGS BE IN THE FUTURE?

15:20-15:27 The RSNA view (M. Mahoney)
15:27-15:34 The ESR view (M. Fuchsjäger)
15:34-15:41 The AOSR view (N. Tomiyama)

HOW WILL VIRTUAL MEETINGS AFFECT INDUSTRY’S ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE TO CUSTOMERS AND UNVEIL NEW PRODUCTS?
15:41-15:51 GE’s view (K. Murphy)
15:51-16:01 Olea Medical‘s view (F. Djeridane)
16:01-16:20 Discussion

 

Recordings

 

 

 

 

 

 

How lessons learned from COVID will inform leadership and strategy for radiology departments in the future (G. Boland)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lessons learned from the German governmental perspective on how to handle a pandemic: which digital strategies worked and which did not work? (J. Debatin)

 

 

 

How lessons learned from COVID will inform leadership and strategy for industry (C. Zindel)

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT WILL THE ROLE OF VIRTUAL MEETINGS BE IN THE FUTURE?

 

The RSNA view (M. Mahoney)

 

 

 

 

 

The ESR view (M. Fuchsjäger)

 

 

 

 

 

The AOSR view (N. Tomiyama)

 

 

 

 

 

HOW WILL VIRTUAL MEETINGS AFFECT INDUSTRY’S ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE TO CUSTOMERS AND UNVEIL NEW PRODUCTS?

GE’s view (K. Murphy)
 

 

 

 

 

Olea Medical‘s view (F. Djeridane)

 

 

Webinar 2: November 6, 2021, 14:00-16:30 CET

Program

14:00-14:05    Welcome (M. Recht)

WHAT WILL THE RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT LOOK LIKE POST COVID?

Session 1: Clinical

Moderator: F. Gilbert

14:05-14:15    How has COVID affected our relationship with our referring colleagues? (C. Meltzer)
14:15-14:25    How has COVID affected our relationship with our patients? (J. Sosna)
14:25-14:35    How has COVID affected our relationship with our radiology colleagues? (K. Riklund)
14:35-14:45    How has COVID affected industry’s vision of the future of workflow? (R. Mather)

14:45-15:05    Discussion

Session 2: Education

15:05-15:25    Panel Discussion: The effect of COVID on radiology training
Moderator: T. Grist
Panelists: H. Xue, V. Vilgrain, M. Recht

15:25-15:40    Break

Session 3: Research

Moderator: H. Hricak

15:40-15:50    The effect of COVID on research and research collaboration (L. Marti-Bonmati)
15:50-16:00    Clinical trials of the future: what transformations are required to ensure global research readiness and response before the next pandemic? (E. Pisano)
16:00 -16:10   How has COVID changed how industry can/will support imaging research in the future? (K. Wesdorp)

16:10-16:30    Discussion

 

Recordings

How has COVID affected our relationship with our referring colleagues? (C. Meltzer)

 

 

 

 

 

 

How has COVID affected our relationship with our patients? (J. Sosna)

 

 

 

 

 

How has COVID affected our relationship with our radiology colleagues? (K. Riklund)

 

 

 

 

How has COVID affected industry’s vision of the future of workflow? (R. Mather)

 

 

 

 

Panel Discussion: The effect of COVID on radiology training
Moderator: T. Grist
Panelists: H. Xue, V. Vilgrain, M. Recht

 

 

 

The effect of COVID on research and research collaboration (L. Marti-Bonmati)

 

 

 

 

 

Clinical trials of the future: what transformations are required to ensure global research readiness and response before the next pandemic? (E. Pisano)

 

 

 

How has COVID changed how industry can/will support imaging research in the future? (K. Wesdorp)