SA/NT Branch Educational Meeting, Tuesday 8th May, 6pm
Intelligent use of the InteleViewer
Dr Matt Sampson, Radiologist
Many practitioners struggle with the fineries of the InteleViewer. Attendees will learn:
How to use InteleViewer to view radiology reports and images of your patients over the internet
How to navigate, compare prior images, access reports, take measurements such as joint intervals or angulation.
Attendees are encouraged to email in (firstname.lastname@example.org) case questions for the speaker to answer. For example, how to identify an acute vertebral fracture or how to understand differences in reporting for lumbar disc abnormalities.
About the speaker:
Dr Matthew Sampson completed a 12 month fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging at the Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin. His interests include musculoskeletal and sports injury MRI and image guided musculoskeletal procedures. He currently holds a Staff Specialist position at the Repatriation General Hospital and is a Senior Lecturer at Flinders University. He is a member of Sports Medicine Australia (SA) and the Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group. Dr Sampson has been published in the radiology journals 'American Journal of Roentgenology' and 'Clinical Radiology'. Dr Sampson's areas of interest include: arthrography, CT, MRI, MRI arthrography, musculoskeletal imaging, rheumatology, ultrasound
Time: Tuesday 8th May, 6pm
Venue: Benson Radiology, City West, Level 3, 18 North Terrace
*NOTE Free car-parking is available via Newmarket Street. Attendees will need to take a ticket on entry and validate it with Benson Radiology before you leave*
Cost: FREE (limited space of 20), wine and light snacks provided. RSVP required via Trybooking
SA/NT Educational Meeting, Wednesday 13th June, 6pm - SAVE THE DATE
Placebos & Language
Professor Paul Rolan, Director of Innovation, University of Adelaide
Time: Wednesday 13th June, 6pm
Venue: The Archer Hotel (The Library, 1st Floor), 60 O'Connell St, North Adelaide
Cost: TBC - Registrations opening soon
About the speaker:
Paul is a clinical pharmacologist, pharmaceutical physician and pain physician. He trained in medicine and subseqeuently in clinical pharmacology at the University of Adelaide. After obtaining specialist qualifications Paul spent nearly 20 years in the UK in the development of new medicines. He has been Principal Investigator in over 650 clinical research studies and has been an active Consultant, both to the pharmaceutical industry as well as an invited speaker to the FDA.
Paul returned to the University of Adelaide in 2005. His major clinical and academic interest is in chronic pain and headache, focusing on the development of biomarkers, evaluation of novel therapies and mechanisms of disease. Paul returned to the University in October 2016 as Director of Innovation.