15 &16 November 2022: Online Conference
The Medical Imaging Convention offers a comprehensive programme on the latest innovations in imaging diagnosis and treatment. Attended by hundreds of medical imaging professionals and senior management teams for two days of online education, innovation, and collaboration
The online event will focus on areas such as Artificial Intelligence, MRI, X-Ray and ultrasound as well as aiming to tackle some of the major challenges that patients and professionals are facing in the post pandemic climate. The event is collocated with the Oncology Convention, which means that attendees can also hear from leading experts in the oncology field.
All these seminars and talks will take place on a virtual platform and will be accessible for attendees to log in and join wherever you are in the country!
Free online education: CPD-accredited conference programme
The online CPD accredited conference programme will welcome leading experts in their field including Sir Michael Brady, professor in oncological imaging, University of Oxford, Dr Alex Novak, consultant in emergency medicine and ambulatory care, University of Oxford and representative for the National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging, Sue Astley, professor of intelligent medical imaging, University of Manchester.
Across the two days, there will be seminars covering a range of topics that will not only aim to introduce the newest technologies in the medical imaging field but will also aim to tackle the biggest challenges that professionals are facing in the field now.
We aim to understand what impact Covid has had on the radiology workforce, how we can overcome the education and workforce shortage amongst ultrasound professionals and what more can be done to support the wellbeing of all of those that are facing these challenges. Hear from experts in these thought-provoking discussions such as Mary Wilson, consultant breast radiologist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust & Project Lead for the National Breast Imaging Academy as well as Dimitra G. Darambara, team lead for translational lab of Multimodality Molecular Imaging- Instrumentation at Radiotherapy & Imaging Division, The Institute of Cancer Research, and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.
One not to be missed on 15th November, a virtual panel discussion: How will artificial intelligence be an asset to the NHS going forward? Highlighting the impact that Artificial intelligence is having on the NHS and how it can be used as an asset to medical imaging professionals and patients.
Panellists include Dr. Erik Yeo, CEO of Aurora mScope. Dr. Yeo is a professor of medicine at the University of Toronto and is a practicing haematologist. He is also the former head of clinical haematology, and laboratory business development at the University Health Network in Toronto. He will be joined by Jennifer Hall, senior data scientist - NHS AI Lab Imaging Team and Martin Fergie, machine learning and computer vision researcher - University of Manchester.
To view the full conference list and agenda, visit the webiste: www.imagingconvention.com/2022-speakers.
Collaboration: Network online with like-minded professionals
Who should attend?
The Medical Imaging Convention content programme caters to radiographers, radiotherapists, researchers, mammographers, pathologists, clinical commissioning groups and clinical nurse specialists.
Join hundreds of fellow medical professionals, academics and researchers all looking for the latest innovations and best practices in medical imaging.
There will be an online chat function during each seminar, where attendees can ask questions and share best practice with speakers.
The Medical Imaging Convention is
co-located with the Oncology Convention which is dedicated to advancing clinical oncology and lifesaving research. Your ticket will grant you access to both online programmes and 13 hours of CPD accredited content.