Since 2015 ESOI has been proudly offering educational webinars on various topics related to oncologic imaging. The live webinars have been very successful, well visited and attracted many international participants from all over the world.
In 2018, ESOI will offer 15 online lectures, comprising 3 webinars especially dedicated to young radiologists and, for the first time, 2 multidisciplinary webinars. Each webinar will last approximately 60 minutes (50 min. presentation and 10 min. for discussion/questions).
Registration to the first 2 online educational webinars will be offered to every interested participant free of charge. Participation in webinars 3-15 will be free of charge but only open to active ESOI members. Membership is offered to full and associate members for 30,00 € and to residents for 10,00 €.
M. D'Anastasi, Msida/MT
D. Regge, Turin/IT
G. Zamboni, Verona/IT
The ESOI Educational Webinars are kindly supported by Bracco.
Upcoming ESOI Webinars 2018
1. Rectal Cancer: a multidisciplinary approach to imaging
January 24, 2018
MR Imaging of rectal cancer influences treatment decision and impacts patient’s outcome. It is crucial that radiologists not only understand how to read and interpret images but also know how these findings impact clinical decision making. This ESOI webinar is the first of a series in 2018 to approach imaging from a multidisciplinary view. Attendees will learn about the multidisciplinary team management, the relevant questions from clinicians and how radiologists can answer these. The teachers will be a team of surgeon, radiation oncologist and radiologist, experts in rectal cancer management. Short lectures will be followed by case based discussions among the teachers and attendees, in this way simulating a multidisciplinary meeting.
R. Beets-Tan, radiologist
Prof. Regina Beets-Tan is the President of the European Society of Oncologic Imaging and chairwoman of the Department of Radiology at The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam. Her research focus is multidisciplinary in MRI of rectal cancer and has an international track record. Beets-Tan collaborates with multidisciplinary research teams worldwide and has authored several international guidelines on rectal cancer imaging and management.
G. Beets, surgeon
Prof. Geerard Beets is a colorectal surgeon and chairman of the Department of Surgery at The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam. His research and international track record is in organ preserving treatment of rectal cancer and in this pioneering field he works closely together with teams worldwide including the world renowned team of Prof. Angelita Habr-Gama, Brazil. He chairs the steering committee of the international registry data base of patients treated with organ preservation. He is a member of the educational committee of the European Society of Surgical Oncology and has co-authored several international guidelines on rectal cancer imaging and management.
B. van Triest, radiation oncologist
Registration to webinar 1 is open and free of charge to every interested participant.
Please use the following link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/
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Missed a past webinar? Active ESOI members benefit from access to all past webinar recordings via the Member Area!
Past Webinars 2017
1. Imaging of CNS tumours
P. Parizel, Antwerp/BE
2. Imaging and differential diagnosis of orbital tumours
U. Mueller-Lisse, Munich/DE
3. Imaging of lymphomas
M. Mayerhöfer, Vienna/AT
4. Imaging spectrum of primary and secondary mesenteric neoplasms
S. Nougaret, Montpellier/FR
5. Imaging of the treated pelvis: Pearls and pitfalls
E. Sala, New York/US
6. MR imaging of malignant diseases of the uterus
Y. Lakhman, New York/US
7. Practical advice in preparing successful scientific manuscripts
M. Reiser, Munich/DE
8. Imaging of recurrent prostate cancer
H. Vargas, New York/US
9. Bone metastases, how should we approach them with imaging?
T. Bäuerle, Erlangen/DE
10. PET-MRI in oncologic imaging - where do we stand?
V. Goh, London/UK
11. When to call a lesion an HCC?
G. Brancatelli, Palermo/IT
12. Current evidence for minimally invasive treatments in HCC
J. Ricke, Munich/DE
13. Diagnostic test studies: how I do it
M. Maas, Amsterdam/NL
14. Paediatric abdominal tumours
C. Granata, Genoa/IT
Past Webinars 2016
1. Staging of Rectal Cancer with MRI
R. Beets-Tan, Amsterdam/NL
2. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound-technical considerations and applications in oncologic imaging
D. Clevert, Munich/DE
M. Mack, Munich/DE
4. Whole body MRI in onology
V. Vandecaveye, Leuven/BE
5. Imaging of lung cancer: implications on management
L. Bonomo, Rome/IT
6. Imaging of biliary tract tumours
R. Manfredi, Verona/IT
7. Staging of ovarian cancer - providing a GPS to patient management
H. Hricak, New York/US
8. Role of MRI in the diagnosis and management of prostate cancer
H. Vargas, New York/US
9. Tailoring breast imaging surveillance to the woman´s risk
F. Gilbert, Cambridge/UK
10. Imaging of bone tumours
G. Guglielmi, Foggia/IT
11. RECIST, CHOI and beyond
M. D'Anastasi, Munich/DE
Past Webinars 2015
D. M.J. Lambregts, Maastricht/NL
A. Laghi, Latina/IT
G. Zamboni, Verona/IT
J. Futterer, Nijmengen/NL
F. Sardanelli, Milan/IT
W. Sommer, Munich/DE