In this, the fourth in the series of Breast MRI courses, there are over 100 new cases and we have restructured the case base into blocks of activity which
reflect daily MR reporting in Australia. The first block involves staging known cancer and includes the diagnostic mammograms and ultrasounds to underpin
the process. The second and third blocks are devoted to MR screening and DCIS. Lectures, predominantly delivered by our visiting expert, Professor
Elizabeth Morris, are interspersed throughout the weekend, tailored to the course structure.
The Intensive Breast MRI courses have been enhanced over the past six years to build an agenda which addresses the dilemmas of established MR practice whether the individual radiologist is starting out or seeking a refresh. Learning by immersion is a tried and proven methodology.
Each delegate will have their own image review workstation for the course enabling them to review the images at their own pace.
Throughout the course the faculty will be available to work with individual delegates and discuss questions that may arise from the cases.
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Dr Allison Rose obtained her medical degree from The University of Melbourne. She underwent general radiology training at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, attaining M.Med. FRANZCR in 1988. She was appointed as a consultant radiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 1989 after a period in London working to gain experience in women’s imaging.
Allison is a keen educator having received a university award for outstanding contribution to the Victorian Registrar Teaching Program. From 2001-2006 she was Deputy Director of the Radiology Department at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and was the main champion for implementation of enterprise wide PACS. These experiences have equipped her with sufficient courage to mount this IT intensive course & provide a unique hands-on experience which addresses the needs of Australian radiologists to meet the challenges of the new technology.