OAR CME Program

Find Information about the 2021 OAR CME Programs

Since the Ontario Association of Radiologists (OAR) began its CME program in 2007, more than 10,000 radiologists, technologists and related specialists from throughout Ontario and across Canada, have attended 50 OAR CME events.

Sep 18, 2021

OAR Neuroradiology CME for Community Radiologists

This course is intended to address the needs of general radiologists, neuroradiologists, trainees, and technologists practicing in the community. All course material will be presented in a case-based format to ensure practical information delivery in its clinical context. We will discuss common pitfalls in neuroradiology and ways of avoiding them. The program will serve as a general and comprehensive review of brain, spine and head and neck imaging in adults and children.

Open To: OAR Members, Non OAR Members, Ontario DI Residents, Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Residents, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario Radiologists, Canadian Non DI Residents, Canadian Non DI Fellows, Other Physicians, First Year Registrants, International Radiologists

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Sep 18, 2021

OAR Neuroradiology CME for Community Radiologists Techs

This course is intended to address the needs of general radiologists, neuroradiologists, trainees, and technologists practicing in the community. All course material will be presented in a case-based format to ensure practical information delivery in its clinical context. We will discuss common pitfalls in neuroradiology and ways of avoiding them. The program will serve as a general and comprehensive review of brain, spine and head and neck imaging in adults and children.

Open To: Canadian MRTs, Canadian Ultrasound Technologists, Canadian Other Technologists

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Oct 2, 2021

OAR Breast Imaging and Pathology Correlation CME Radiologists

An important role of the radiologist who performs breast biopsy is to decide on the concordance or discordance and provide recommendations for management. This course will provide a deep understanding of common and rare breast pathologies apthogenesis and their imaging presentations and how should they clinically managed. At the same time, this course will touch into more practical scenarios when biopsy can be avoided.

Open To: OAR Members, Non OAR Members, Ontario DI Residents, Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Residents, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario Radiologists, Other Physicians, First Year Registrants, International Radiologists

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Oct 2, 2021

OAR Breast Imaging and Pathology Correlation CME Techs

The technologist has a key role not only in obtaining the images but also by being the first to see the patient. Obtaining the right history is an important tool in understanding the pathology and not always captured in the standard question are. Through examples this course will emphasize different pathologies and the technologist angles on how this can be influenced. For the ultrasound technologist, in addition to the history, there is also an important role in getting the right image and showing other findings if being familiar with the pathogenesis. This can make the decision for concordance much easier and more accurate.

Open To: Canadian MRTs, Canadian Ultrasound Technologists, Canadian Other Technologists

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Oct 16, 2021

OAR Prostate MRI Workshop Review CME RAD

This CME teaching activity is designed to provide practical information for radiologists who want to start or enhance their prostate MRI skills. It will include didactic lectures presented by experienced radiologists in the field and review of many interesting Prostate MRI cases. The participants will acquire basic knowledge and practical skills to interpret multi-parametric MR image cases and learn to use the PIRADS v2.1 for assessment and standardized reporting. Patient preparation, scan protocols, scan quality, bi-parametric and multi-parametric MRI will be discussed. An overview of the Prostate Imaging Reporting & Data System (PI-RADS) v2.1 lexicon and how this system is used to improve diagnosis will be presented. During the Hands-on interactive workshop session, the participants will be able to review over 30 cases with the experts

Open To: OAR Members, Non OAR Members, Ontario DI Residents, Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Residents, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario Radiologists, Other Physicians, First Year Registrants, International Radiologists, General Surgeons

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Oct 16, 2021

OAR Prostate MRI Workshop Review CME Techs

This CME teaching activity is designed to provide practical information for radiologists who want to start or enhance their prostate MRI skills. It will include didactic lectures presented by experienced radiologists in the field and review of many interesting Prostate MRI cases. The participants will acquire basic knowledge and practical skills to interpret multi-parametric MR image cases and learn to use the PIRADS v2.1 for assessment and standardized reporting. Patient preparation, scan protocols, scan quality, bi-parametric and multi-parametric MRI will be discussed. An overview of the Prostate Imaging Reporting & Data System (PI-RADS) v2.1 lexicon and how this system is used to improve diagnosis will be presented. During the Hands-on interactive workshop session, the participants will be able to review over 30 cases with the experts

Open To: Canadian MRTs, Canadian Ultrasound Technologists, Canadian Other Technologists

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Oct 23, 2021

OAR Breast Imaging Update CME RAD

OAR's most popular CME covering all aspects of Breast Imaging with renowned speakers.

Open To: OAR Members, Non OAR Members, Ontario DI Residents, Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Residents, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario Radiologists, Other Physicians, First Year Registrants

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Oct 23, 2021

OAR Breast Imaging Update CME Tech

OAR's most popular CME covering all aspects of Breast Imaging with renowned speakers.

Open To: Canadian MRTs, Canadian Ultrasound Technologists, Canadian Other Technologists

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Nov 13, 2021

OAR Interventional Radiology Review CME

This CME program and its speakers have been assembled to highlight the continuing marked growth and impact of vascular and interventional radiology upon direct patient care. A diverse range of topics are presented that are intended to be relevant to Interventional Radiologists in a broad spectrum of practice types and locations. While the specific funding models within Ontario impact the adoption of new techniques and technology, it is important to maintain a global perspective on advances in care and how it impacts medical imaging going forward. Many of the topics presented in this program highlight changes today and more to come in the immediate future.

Open To: OAR Members, Non OAR Members, Ontario DI Residents, Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Residents, Canadian Non-Ontario DI Fellows, Canadian Non-Ontario Radiologists, Other Physicians, First Year Registrants, International Radiologists, General Surgeons

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