29 Jun 2022
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Spectral CT for Radiographers (Single Seat for Individual Customer Purchase)

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Audience: Radiographers

Accreditation: ASMIRT and SSR

Time Agenda

08.45-09.00

Welcome and Introduction

09.00-09.45

Physics of Spectral CT

09.45--10.30

Understanding Spectral results

10.30-10.45

Tea break

10.45-11.30

Spectral Imaging and interpretation

11.30—12.30

Spectral of head and neck

12.30-13.15

Lunch

13.15-14.00

Spectral Image review on ISP

14.00-14.15

Q&A

About Speaker
  • Ms Ruth Kresina
  • Sr Clinical Support Specialist, CT BU Services & Solutions, APAC, Philips

     - Advanced Certificate in Diagnostic Radiography South Australian Institute of technology
     - Post Graduate Certificate in Computed Tomography R.M.I.T
     - Certificate of Proficiency in Computed Tomography Level 1 and Level 2 Australian Institute of Radiographers
     - Certificate of proficiency intravenous cannulation


  • Dr Sandeep Bhuta
  • Sandeep Bhuta is a Staff Neuroradiologist at Gold Coast University Hospital and Associate Professor, Griffith University, School of Medicine and Menzies Health Institute, Gold Coast. After finishing FRANZCR he trained in North America for two years, in comprehensive Fellowship in Adult and Pediatric Neuroradiology, and Head & Neck Imaging at University of Toronto, Canada.

    He has received numerous accolades, research awards at conferences including American Academy of Neurology, Chicago in 2007 and RANZCR research awards at annual scientific meetings in 2007 and 2009, Certificate of Merit at American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) San Diego, 2014. He was awarded Rouse Fellow, Travelling Professor Award by RANZCR in 2012. He co-chairs Neuroradiology Educational Exhibits Committee panel of Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and is an active member of American and European Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR, ESNR).

    He is an Associate Editor for JMIRO journal and reviewer for many other international journals including Neurosurgery. He is co-founder of Head & Neck Cancer Services and Acute Stroke Service at Gold Coast University Hospital. He enjoys teaching and mentoring Griffith University medical students. He has presented more than 100 oral presentations, scientific papers and exhibits at various conferences and contributed to head and neck surgery textbooks. His areas of interest and research are Susceptibility Weighted Imaging, Stroke Brain Perfusion, Neurooncology and Head & Neck Cancer Imaging.

    Recently he became the first Australian to receive the prestigious Anne Osborn Outreach Neuroradiology Professor Award 2019, offered by American Society of Neuroradiology.