Imaging roles in advanced hormone-sensitive prostate cancer

Mon 15 Nov 2021 Webinar

Free to watch live, then available to watch retrospectively in the Members ' area of the ICIS website.

Time: 7am Chicago / 4pm Moscow / 1pm BST / 6.30pm Delhi / 9pm Hong Kong

Date:   Monday 15 November 2021 

Time:   1pm GMT 

Title:    Imaging roles in advanced hormone-sensitive prostate cancer 

Our November webinar on Imaging roles in advanced hormone-sensitive prostate cancer will be hosted by Professor Anwar Padhani, joined by three other experts in prostate cancer.   

Professor Aurelius Omlin of St Gallen will provide the clinical perspective and discuss the need for appropriate imaging to direct patient management, and Professor Padhani will discuss the central management roles of bone scan and CT, identifying the limitations of each at diagnosis and follow-up. Professor Wim Oyen will present an overview of the emerging role of PSMA PET/CT at diagnosis and follow-up, and Dr Nina Tunariu the emerging role of WB-MRI at diagnosis and follow-up.

A panel discussion will conclude the session, during which we will invite you to pose your questions to the panel to round off discussion of this important topic. 

This webinar will be free to register.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

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Please direct any questions to Louise Mustoe at louise.mustoe@cancerimagingsociety.org.uk

We do not provide CPD certificates for webinars, however you can count the time you spent watching the session under the Self Directed Learning section of your CPD guidelines:

5.10 Self-directed learning
The RCR recognise the importance of self directed learning through reading books, journals and other publications, and through using audio-visual and computer-based resources both freestanding and online such as Radiotherap-e
One credit per hour can be claimed.