Webinar: Advanced Acceleration Technology in MRI 3
The third in a series of four webinars, which will explore the use of new advanced acceleration technology and provide guidance on implementation and up to date information for end-users.
Organised by IPEM's MR Working Group
The MR Working Group invites you to join us for the third in a series of webinars, to find out more about the changes Accelerated Acquisition Technologies are making to MRI departments across the UK.
This webinar examines how Siemens users can benefit from new AAT including simultaneous multislice acquisition, compressed sensing and AI. From new to experienced users, learn more about unlocking the advantages of accelerated clinical protocols, including tips and tricks for best results.
This series is intended to provide something for everyone, from radiographers and radiologists to physicists and researchers. We will cover case studies of how MR sequences, protocols and departments are changing in response to new technology and provide an up-to-date introduction and overview of available AATs. Separate sessions will provide guidance on the implementation and optimization of these AATs. The aim of these sessions is to provide up-to-date information for end-users and explain the capabilities and limitation of each technology as it currently exists.
Speaking at this webinar is Simon Shah, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Simon Shah is a Principal Physicist in MRI at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, where he is the physics clinical lead on support to clinical MRI Trust-wide, ensuring that high-value equipment is used as effectively as possible to support patient care and improve throughput. Simon led the evaluation of Advanced Acceleration Technology (AAT) for the South East of England region and is also the deputy imaging physics lead for London.
Attendance is open to both IPEM Members and Non-Members and is free of charge, but booking in advance is essential.
If you have any queries, please email the IPEM conference team or tel: 01904 550598.