BIRADS – Simplified!
Understand the basics, learn advance concepts and solve your doubts!
Thank you for your interest. However, this event is over. We had more than 60 participants from 10 countries across the globe. The recording can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyRwkpUUZR4 (YouTube Member Exclusive).
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A unique case-based interactive lecture on BIRADS
Breast Imaging is one of the most neglected sub-specialities in Radiology but trust me it is one of the most rewarding in terms of job satisfaction. Also, as there are very few institutes providing training in breast imaging and many radiologists ignore it, it will always be in demand! So if you are a practicing radiologist you can add breast imaging to your skill set and if you are a trainee you can make yourself stand apart from rest of your colleagues.
To help you in this journey, I have planned a series of interactive workshops with Dr. Ameya Kulkarni, Breast Radiologist at Juravinski Hospital and McMaster University, Canada. We completed first such webinar and it was well received.
WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY
Read what attendees from previous courses think of our courses.
“Not exaggerating when I say that this was one of the best online imaging courses/workshops that I have attended .The way Dr. Ameya took care of each of the doubts and queries and the way you (Dr. Amar Udare) designed this, it was amazing.
This kind of one on one for over four hours. Uff, if a resident gets this right from the first year even those from peripheral colleges would benefit a lot.
Looking forward to more such in breast and other specialities!
What makes this lecture UNIQUE?
An Interactive Lecture focussed on YOUR learning.
Online yet personal
A fun experience
Details of the BIRADS Lecture
We will teach you the basics of mammography and share practical tips rather than theoretical knowledge!
Format: Interactive course with focus on individual learning rather than didactic talks.
- To learn the history of BI RADS.
- To learn various BI RADS Assessment Categories.
- To understand Lexicon of
This 1-hr session will focus on core concepts of BI-RADS, important consideration while assigning various assessment categories with case- based learning. We will also touch upon the Lexicon of breast imaging to understand the standardized terminologies to facilitate the development of uniform reporting language. To understand this better, there will be many “Quiz based” examples focusing on key concepts
Speaker: Dr. Ameya Kulkarni is a staff Radiologist at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Center, McMaster University Canada. He is a fellowship-trained radiologist with training in Breast/Cross-Sectional imaging. He loves to teach, and his workshop session with RadioGyan was very well received by our subscribers.
Date: 24th January 2021
Time: 9 AM Indian Standard Time. Click here to get details for your local time.
Duration: Around 1 hour. It will be an interactive course so it may continue for a longer time.
The Zoom link will be sent to the registered members one day before the conference over email.
Fees: INR 499/- (Approx 7 USD / 5 GBP).
Total Seats: 100.
You can also preview the basic breast imaging course here before signing up: Multimodality Breast Imaging – Introduction
For our YouTube Channel Members (Exclusive)
If you are a member of our YouTube Radiology Channel, the registration for the workshop is complimentary. Here are the steps:
- Register using the form above. Do not make the payment.
- Comment on this post on the #TeamGyan Community (Only open to members): Click here to comment.
- Done. I shall approve your booking.
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Frequently Asked Questions
This course is for radiology residents and practitioners.
Sure. Although some exposure to mammography will be helpful to understand the nuances of the course better but for someone who has no exposure can read up before the course for better understanding.
- Desktop/Laptop is preferred but the course can also be viewed on mobile devices
- Good internet Connection
- An open mind!
That’s a reasonable question. There are plenty of resources available online. At the same time these resources can be scattered and you’ll get lost in the wild. It’s better to have a structured set of things to learn. And that’s exactly why we spend hours to designing this interactive workshop: for you to have that resource neatly in one package. That’s why.
9 AM Indian Standard Time on Sunday – January 24th, 2020.
Around 1 hours. It is an interactive workshop so it will vary depending on the QnA session. It will last as long as the attendees doubts are not solved.
499 INR. Around 7 USD or 5 GBP
You can use debit or credit card by using the automated registration flow above. If you want to use other modes of payment (UPI , Google Pay) , register using the above form and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I shall help you complete you registration.
Unfortunately no. Please make sure you have a good internet connection and do not have other commitments at the time of the conference.
No. The link is exclusively for you. On the day of the workshop only one person with the registered email and name will be allowed.
No. The fees are non-refundable so please make sure you read all details of the workshop.
Sure. This would be a great revision for you. But please do note that the content will not be different from the one earlier.
Yes. We will be giving a digital certificate at the end of the lecture.
Emails for registration are sent out automatically. Check your spam folder for the email address: email@example.com
Make the Most of this Opportunity!
If you are genuinely interested in breast imaging , sign up to this unique learning experience. This will help you form a great base for your future learning and will help enhance your practice.