Radiology Home Study Audio March 2016 Edition Online

$395.00$725.00

Recorded live at our Radiology review course held May 11th -13th, 2016. Audio streamed to your phone, tablet, or desktop.

Available as audio in 3 and 12 month terms starting as low as $395.00.

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Release Date: April 2016

Hours:21.5

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Description

The Osler Institute utilized state of the art equipment to record audio from our Live 2016 comprehensive Radiology Review Course.  Master the content you need to know for the Core Exam.  The 3-day multiple choice question review covered all radiology subspecialties, including physic and safety, tested on the Core Examination.  The majority of the faculty presenter were editors and contributors to the Wolters Kluwer Health Core Review Series.  Each subspecialty review session was conducted by either 1 or 2 faculty members.   These audio files are stored “in the cloud” so you can stream them anywhere, anytime, as long as you have an internet connection.  Included with the purchase of each audio review is a downloadable copy of the course syllabus for you to scroll through while listening to the audio.

Faculty and Topics

Andres Ayoob, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Kentucky
Genitourinary

Francesca Beaman, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Kentucky
Musculoskeletal

Steven Blumer, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics, Alfred I. duPoint Hospital for Children
Pediatric Radiology

Ishani Dalal, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology Wayne State University, Henry Ford Hospital
Nuclear Medicine

Safwan Halabi, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology Wayne State University, Henry Ford Hospital
Pediatric Radiology

Stephen Hobbs, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Kentucky
Chest Imaging

Jean Jeudy, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Maryland
Cardiac Imaging

Kenneth Lewis II, Ph.D.
Practicing Radiologist, Ochsner Health System in New Orleans, LA
Physics, and Safety

Charles Martin III, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Vascular Interventional

Mishal Mendiratta-Lala, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Michigan School of Medicine
Gastrointestinal Imaging

Ka-Kei Ngan, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology, University of Pittsburgh
Ultrasound

Prashant Raghavan, MBBS
Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology, University of Maryland
Neuroradiology

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate improved core knowledge in diagnostic radiology to include: anatomy, pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, image interpretation, and management as well as clinically appropriate physics/regulations, QA requirements and patient safety
  • Identify and discuss the latest imaging modalities and techniques currently being used in the field of Diagnostic Radiology to improve patient care
  • Display a working knowledge of basic Interventional Radiology procedures and effective patient care before, during and after the procedure
  • Explain the appropriate use of radiopharmaceuticals to aid in imaging and differential diagnosis for all major anatomic areas plus important artifact and quality control issues
  • Identify one’s areas of strength and weakness in each ABR defined section of Diagnostic Radiology to aid in self-study and life-long learning
  • Summarize actions necessary to comply with various governing agencies to sustain accreditation, licensing, and board certification requirements

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Guarantee

The Osler “Until You Pass” Guarantee

The Osler Institute is so confident that our online review is the best that we guarantee: if you have purchased an online Osler course and then within the following year failed the examination for which that course was designed, you may re-subscribe to the Osler online course for the same term as initially purchased tuition free. Each free online course must be preceded by a corresponding failed examination attempt.