BSCI/BSCCT Meetings

BSCI/BSCCT Spring Meeting 2020

Next event date: March 25, 2020

Venue: Oxford

 

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The BSCI/BSCCT Spring Meeting in 2020 will be held in the beautiful surroundings of Oxford’s Keble College from 25th to 27th March.

Keble College was the first Oxford College of the modern era, and was founded in memory of John Keble (1792-1866), a key member of the so-called Oxford Movement which sought to recover the Catholic heritage of the Church of England. The College opened its doors to its first 40 undergraduates in 1870. Keble’s original architect was William Butterfield, who also designed Melbourne Cathedral in Australia. The College’s polychrome brick architecture has long provoked controversy, but is now widely regarded as one of the finest examples of Victorian Gothic anywhere and has grade 1 listed status. The beautiful Gothic dining hall is the longest in Oxford. The Arco building was opened in 1995 in what had previously been the Fellows’ Garden, and the Newman Quad was completed in 2002 with the opening of the Sloane Robinson Building. This development offers a state-of the-art conference venue, with a tiered lecture theatre and numerous breakout rooms.

The Programme for the 2020 Conference includes a number of innovations, with an emphasis on making the sessions entertaining as well as educational. On the Wednesday before the main Conference, delegates can choose to attend one of four intensive pre-courses, two under the aegis of the BSCI/BSCCT and two under that of the British Nuclear Cardiology Society. The main Conference programme will include debates and an ever-popular Mulitmodality Imaging Quiz, ​In addition to more conventional sessions – if talks on imaging babies, the dead and animals can be regarded as “conventional”! Awards will be given during the meeting to delegates who have submitted the most striking imaging vignette in a number of categories. And for the first year, we will be running a series of 90 minute “read with the experts” sessions on various topics, in parallel with the “main” sessions.

The BSCI/BSCCT Spring Meeting in 2020 will offer high quality education in an entertaining format in beautiful surroundings, and is sure to be very popular. Please register early for the Conference – and accommodation in College – to avoid disappointment.

Program Information for delegates

Please check here for information about registration in due course.

More information about abstract submission will be available in due course.

 

Accommodation can be booked at Keble college

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https://www.keble.ox.ac.uk/conferences/bed-breakfast/

Pre-course workshops 

Cardiac CT Study Day for Radiographers

Wednesday 25 March, 9am to 5pm

This one day interactive course is designed  to give radiographers a grounding in cardiac CT to achieve the very best quality images. The importance of patient preparation, particularly with regard to heart rate control will be covered. There will be a particular focus on artefacts and causes of poor quality images with strategies presented on how to overcome these problems. Scan and reconstruction parameters together with the options available will be discussed in relation to all of the major CT vendors. Clinical indications, uses and future directions of cardiac CT will be presented.

Program and more information

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Cardiac CT Study Day for Radiology and Cardiology trainees

Wednesday 25 March, 9am to 5pm

This elementary study day is aimed at trainees who have little or no prior exposure to Cardiac CT.  There is no hands-on training as the aim is to provide basic knowledge about CT technique and introduce key concepts. The course material using 50 case demonstrations and 7 lectures would support application to Level 1 Accreditation.

Program and more information

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BNCS Cardiac PET Study Day

Wednesday 25 March, 9am to 5pm

This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn about the role of PET in cardiology, with a particular emphasis on assessment of coronary artery disease. It is suitable for trainees and consultants in nuclear medicine, radiology and cardiology, as well as radiographers and technologists.​

Program and more information

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BNCS Nuclear Cardiology Core Curriculum

Wednesday 25 March, 9 am to 5 pm

This course is aimed at cardiology and radiology trainees requiring core (level 1) training in nuclear cardiology. Essential technical aspects will be covered, but there will be a heavy emphasis on case-based learning.

Program and more information

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