2020 Radiology After Five: How to Make Night and Weekend Call a Success! (CME VIDEOS)


This CME activity provides important and clinically advanced information for physicians and other medical personnel who provide or use radiology services in emergency and critical care units. State of the art imaging protocols, advanced techniques and diagnostic pitfalls are emphasized so that studies can be performed and interpreted in an optimal and time efficient manner. Faculty, share pearls and pitfalls of emergency room and critical care imaging while keeping patient welfare in mind. The need for careful and complete communication between the radiologist and the clinicians is emphasized along with modern compliance and reimbursement practices.

Target Audience ▼

This course is primarily designed to educate radiologists, intensivists, trauma surgeons, and emergency medicine physicians. It should also be beneficial for those who order imaging studies and wish to better understand current applications of imaging methods and indications.

Accreditation ▼

Physicians: Educational Symposia is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Educational Symposia designates this enduring material for a maximum of 18.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

SA-CME: Credits awarded for this enduring activity are designated “SA-CME” by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) and qualify toward fulfilling requirements for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part II: Lifelong Learning and Self-assessment.

All activity participants are required to take a written or online test in order to be awarded credit. All course participants will also have the opportunity to critically evaluate the program as it relates to practice relevance and educational objectives.

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM for these programs may be claimed until August 31, 2023.
This CME activity was planned and produced by Educational Symposia, the leader in diagnostic imaging education since 1975.
This CME activity was planned and produced in accordance with the ACCME Essential Areas and Elements.

Educational Objectives ▼

At the completion of this CME activity, subscribers should be able to:

  • Discuss approaches to imaging of the most frequent and serious emergency and critical care problems that occur in their practice.
  • Demonstrate an increased awareness on how best to respond to the wide variety of imaging and interventional situations that occur most often during the evenings and weekends.
  • Optimize protocols to assess the trauma patient in a time efficient manner.
  • Discuss the malpractice risks associated with trauma imaging.

Topics/Speakers: 

Viral Lower Respiratory Tract Infections : From 1918 Spanish Influenza to 2020 COVID -19
Robert M. Steiner, M.D., FACR, FACC

Emergency Pelvic Pain in the Acute Setting
Sherelle L. Laifer-Narin, M.D.

Abdominal Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy: Minor Pain or Major Trouble
Sherelle L. Laifer-Narin, M.D.

Imaging the Patient with Possible Postpartum Complications
Sherelle L. Laifer-Narin, M.D.

Abdominopelvic Case Based Review
Sherelle L. Laifer-Narin, M.D.

CT: Normal Brain and Common Variants: The Basics
Scott H. Faro, M.D., FASFNR

Head Trauma: Making a Difference in the Tough Case
Frank J. Lexa, M.D., MBA, FACR

Brain Trauma and Hyperdense Lesions: The Differential Diagnosis Neuro CT Review
Scott H. Faro, M.D., FASFNR

Approach to Mass Lesions: Neuro CT Review
Scott H. Faro, M.D., FASFNR

Imaging Acute Skull Base Fractures
Clint W. Sliker, M.D., FASER

Interactive Case Review: Neurotrauma and Urgent Cases in the ER
Frank J. Lexa, M.D., MBA, FACR

Neuroradiology Review: Jeopardy Game Format
Scott H. Faro, M.D., FASFNR

Burnout in Radiology: Saving Ourselves and Our Profession
Frank J. Lexa, M.D., MBA, FACR

Value in Emergency Radiology: Measuring It, Increasing It, and Getting Paid for It
Frank J. Lexa, M.D., MBA, FACR

Critical Care Thoracic Radiology: What’s New in the ICU
Robert M. Steiner, M.D., FACR, FACC

Acute and Chronic Pulmonary Thromboembolism
Seth J. Kligerman, M.D.

Aortic Injuries and Mimics
Clint W. Sliker, M.D., FASER

Coronary CTA in the ED
Seth J. Kligerman, M.D.

Acute Aortic Syndromes: Rupture, Dissection, and Aneurysm
Seth J. Kligerman, M.D.

Interesting Thoracic Casse Conference
Seth J. Kligerman, M.D.

Thoracic Trauma in the Emergency Patient
Robert M. Steiner, M.D., FACR, FACC

Acute Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma: Pitfalls and Diagnostic Pearls
Douglas S. Katz, M.D., FACR, FASER, FSAR

Acute Bowel and Mesenteric Injuries
Clint W. Sliker, M.D., FASER

Acute Pancreatitis: Multimodality Imaging
Douglas S. Katz, M.D., FACR, FASER, FSAR

CT of Appendicitis in Adults: Problematic Scans and Scenarios
Douglas S. Katz, M.D., FACR, FASER, FSAR

Challenging Cases of the Acute Abdomen and Pelvis on CT
Douglas S. Katz, M.D., FACR, FASER, FSAR

MDCT of Maxillofacial Trauma: Saving Face
Mark P. Bernstein, M.D., FASER

Imaging Cervical Spine Trauma: Pearls and Pitfalls
Mark P. Bernstein, M.D., FASER

Acute Pelvic Ring Injuries
Clint W. Sliker, M.D., FASER

Easily Missed Thoracolumbar Spine Injuries
Mark P. Bernstein, M.D., FASER

Hands-on Scanning – Session IV: Fetal Echocardiography: Imaging in Early Gestation
Interesting Musculoskeletal Cases

CME Release Date 8/31/2020

CME Expiration Date 8/31/2023

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