mpMRI for Prostate March 2018

When: 
Tuesday 27 March 2018
Venue address: 
The Royal College of Radiologists, 63 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3JW
CPD credits: 
5

“The last few years have seen a paradigm shift in how we image men with suspected prostate cancer. Prostate Cancer UK in conjunction with the RCR and BSUR have produced a training programme to introduce radiologists to the technique of pre-biopsy mpMRI of the prostate gland. We hope that this will encourage more radiologists to become familiar with this prior to undertaking a practical course in mpMRI.” Dr Phil Haslam

Want to be part of a prostate imaging breakthrough?
Then sign up for training in multi-parametric MRI before TRUS biopsy.
Results from the ground-breaking PROMIS study (the Prostate MRI Imaging Study) show that performing a multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) scan before undertaking a TRUS biopsy can radically improve the accuracy of prostate cancer diagnosis.
Radiologists are now more critical than ever to the prostate cancer diagnostic pathway. This is why the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) in partnership with Prostate Cancer UK has joined forces with leading uroradiologists’ Drs Phil Haslam (representing BSUR), Jonathan Richenberg and Amit Patel to develop a multifactorial training programme.


First, watch a webinar presented by Dr Phil Haslam. View the webinar here.

Second, complete an e-learning programme on the Prostate Cancer UK training platform that provides the pre-requisite learning needed to prepare for more in depth practical training provided by the RCR on 23 January 2018. Register now for the e-learning programme on the Prostate Cancer UK website here.

Third, participate in this case-based workshop organised by Dr Jonathan Richenberg and aimed at radiologists who have completed the e-learning or have some experience of performing prostate mpMRI before biopsy
and wish to increase their skills and confidence further. 

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Programme

Tuesday 27 March

TimeLecture TitleSpeaker
12:30 Registration and coffee
13:00 Welcome and introduction

Dr Jonathan Richenberg, Royal Sussex County Hospital

13:10Concept of risk assessment (Likert vs PI-RADS, and  nomograms)

Dr Tristan Barrett, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge

  DCE

Dr Shonit Punwani, University College Hospital, London

  The genesis of PI-RADS

Dr Jonathan Richenberg, Royal Sussex County Hospital

  mpMRI influenced biopsy pattern

Dr Jonathan Richenberg, Royal Sussex County Hospital

14:15 Case based workshop 1

Dr Tristan Barrett, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge

15:15 Coffee
15:45 Case based workshop 2Dr Shonit Punwani, University College Hospital, London 
16:45 Report of the clinical consesus group on   prostate MRI

Dr Shonit Punwani, University College Hospital, London

17:30 Q and AAll speakers
17:50 Closing remarks

Dr Jonathan Richenberg, Royal Sussex County Hospital

 

Contact us

For any queries relating to this event please contact

Professional Learning and Development
The Royal College of Radiologists
63 Lincoln's Inn Fields
London
WC2A 3JW

email: conf@rcr.ac.uk

Tel: 020 7406 5942

Booking

Registration fees:

Consultant member £204
Consultant non-member £252
Trainee member £140
Trainee non-member £184
Retired member £140
 

Delegates can apply to Prostate Cancer UK for an Educational Bursary towards the cost of attending this workshop. See https://prostatecanceruk.org/for-health-professionals/funding/education-bursaries for details.

Online booking, using a credit or debit card, is available to members and Fellows; to use this facility select the 'Book Online' button below.

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If you are not a member and Fellow, please print the Registration Form, complete and return with payment by post to:
The Conference Office, The Royal College of Radiologists, 63 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JW.

Prostate Registration Form

Venue

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Cancellation

Cancellation:

Delegates wishing to cancel or transfer a place on a meeting:

  • On or before 12 February 2018: Will be entitled to transfer their fee to another meeting within 12 months or a refund minus a £15 administration fee
  • Between 13 February 2018 and 12 March 2018: Will be entitled to transfer their fee to another meeting within 12 months or a refund minus a £25 administration fee
  • On or after 13 March 2018: No transfer or refund permitted