Continuing Medical Education & Courses
A brief listing of upcoming CME and other courses displays below. For detailed information, including registration information, maps and directions, fees, course brochure, and contact information, click on the name of the course you are interested in.
Sanctuary of Endovascular Therapy Annual Meeting
Come explore the future and learn from the most distinguished international faculty team who recognize the challenges that lie ahead. S.E.T. invites you to join us on this journey to excellence with a comprehensive program aimed at enhancing your clinical and technical knowledge in embolization, SFA, AAA/TAA, CAS, venous access, case presentations and other cutting edge technologies.
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Friday, September 6th through Monday, September 9th, 2013
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|What is the Review Course?|
This four-day course targets those who will be taking the new ABR Core Examination in October 2013. Participants are strongly recommended to have reviewed a textbook such as "Review of Radiologic Physics, 3rd Edition" by W. Huda, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; (2010). In addition, attendance at an in-house resident Imaging Physics Course, and review of the recently developed the AAPM/RSNA Online Physics Modules (http://www.rsna.org/Education/physics.cfm) are highly recommended. The course is not designed for those with no background in Radiological Physics.
Huda Physics Review Course
Friday, July 30th through Sunday, August 1, 2010
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
The Huda Physics Review is designed for residents preparing to take the ABR physics examination. A basic knowledge of Radiological Physics will be assumed, and attendees should have read a standard text on Radiological Physics. The course will focus on medical imaging and radiation dosimetry/safety. The ABR examination will be reviewed, physics teaching hints offered, as well as two Recall Review sessions that will cover questions provided by attendees. Three online practice exams (120 questions each) to be taken at the resident's leisure after completing the review course (TheTestingLab.com) that provide answers, a final score, as well as a percentile relative to other residents taking the exam.
For registration inquiries, please contact:
Ginger Raulinaitis at (843) 792-4637 or email@example.com
Tina Rapstine, Radiology Residency Program, at (843) 792-7179 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Physics 2010 Review Course
|The Charleston Course at the Sanctuary|
February 21-24, 2010
Kiawah Island, South Carolina
(Including 50 Cardiac CT Mentored Cases)
(Course Description and Registration Information)
This course is intended for practicing radiologists, cardiologists
and other professionals with an interest in recent advances in cardiovascular imaging.
For registration inquiries, please contact
Odessa Ussery, Office of CME, Medical University of South Carolina,
19 Hagood Avenue, Suite 1004, Charleston, SC 29425
Phone: 843-876-1925; Fax 843-876-1931
This course, taught by MUSC Radiology Professor, Walter Huda, Ph.D., is intended for residents preparing to take the ABR Physics Exam. Three practice exams of 120 questions each will be available online after completeing the review course.
The Charleston Course at the Sanctuary
MUSC Cardiac Imaging 2009
|The Sanctuary of Endovascular Therapy|
Third Annual Conference
February 28-March 1, 2008
Sanctuary Resort, Kiawah Island, SC
To register online: http://www.scavir.org/register.html
Jointly sponsored by South Carolina Vascular and Interventional Radiographers and the Medical University of South Carolina
Siemens sponsored Technologist Fellowship in
This course is currently on hiatus.
64 Slice & Dual Source Cardiovascular CT Course Brochure (Requires Adobe Acrobat™Reader)