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ANNUAL PROGRAM 2017 NEUROIMAGING ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY COURSE MUSCULOSKELETAL ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY COURSE I
1 ANNUAL PROGRAM 2017 NEW COURSES: NEUROIMAGING ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY COURSE MUSCULOSKELETAL ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY COURSE I MUSCULOSKELETAL ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY COURSE II WE KEEP YOU ON YOUR COURSE
2 Dr. Wolf, Beckelmann & Partner GmbH At home in Bottrop. For you everywhere. Contrast media for CT, MRT and urology X-ray and medical technology High-pressure injection systems (CT, MRT, Angio) Education and training Consultation hours REQUIRED COURSE DATES 2017 AT A GLANCE MR courses MR introductory course Heidelberg March 16, St. Gallen April 20, Vienna September 14, Basel 12 October Berlin November 2nd MR basic course Heidelberg March St. Gallen April Vienna September Basel October Berlin November MR advanced course I Heidelberg 31 March 02 April Basel May St. Gallen October Berlin November MR advanced course II Zurich April Berlin October MR- Advanced course III Zurich November Practical supplies QM / Organization office supplies You determine our range! MR special courses MR-applied field strength Zurich September 30th MR artifact course I Berlin September 23rd MR artifact course II Zurich October 28th bandwidth in MRT Vienna June 17th MR cardio course Berlin May CT courses revised and new course topics CT basic course Basel October Advanced CT course in Zurich May Anatomy & Pathology in Sectional Imaging MSK I Basel September 2nd MSK II Basel October 7th Neuroimaging Basel November 18th NEW 25 Dr. Wolf, Beckelmann und Partner GmbH Robert-Florin-Straße Bottrop Fon: Fax: Mail: Free order hotline *: * only from the German landline In-house courses / private courses 27 Course locations 24/25 Management / course secretariat / course instructors 27/28 General terms and conditions / bank details 29/30 3
3 MR INITIAL COURSE FOR PROFESSIONALS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY MR BASIC COURSE FOR PROFESSIONAL MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY Insight into the world of MRI nomenclature, chronicle, MR components, hardware, device types Safety and contraindications Patient preparation, practical applications, SAR, artifacts Basics of magnetic fields, net magnetization, Larmor frequency, high frequency pulses, resonance, T1 and T2 relaxations Introduction to the spin echo sequence TR, TE, relaxation times, signal and contrast behavior This course is aimed at MR beginners and those returning to work with little or no experience. The course gives an insight into the physical basics and into the world of magnetic resonance tomography. Courses in Switzerland: CHF 380. Participants learn how standard protocols can be optimized with regard to image quality and measurement time. No experience is required, but attending the MR introductory course is recommended if you have no previous knowledge. Courses in Switzerland: CHF Courses in D / A: EUR% discount for SVMTRA members (enclose certificate of registration) SVMTRA 19 CME points / rtaustria 19 CPD points WHICH COURSE FITS ME? 4 Heidelberg March 16 St. Gallen April 20 Vienna September 14 Basel October 12 Berlin November 02 Heidelberg March 2017 Siemens, Philips St. Gallen April 2017 Siemens, Philips Vienna September 2017 Siemens, Philips * Basel October 2017 Siemens, Philips Berlin November 2017 Siemens, Philips, GE, Toshiba
4 Strong in contrast, multi-faceted in the range MR-ADVANCED COURSE I FOR PROFESSIONALS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY AND RADIOLOGIST Convincing contrast media for CT, MRT and CEUS High-quality medical technology for a safe use of contrast media Physical basics (activation of knowledge) T1 and T2 relaxation, T2 * spatial coding and k-space gradient fields, slice selection, phase and frequency coding, 3D measurements, bandwidth spin echo sequences and contrasts gradient echo sequences and contrasts fat suppression methods, advantages and disadvantages artifacts chemical shift, susceptibility, saturation, distortion, movement artifacts and their remedies, SW -Options Parallel data acquisition Methods, coils, use and application Contrast medium applications Lecture practical on the device in small groups This course builds on the basic MRI course and deepens the physical fundamentals and backgrounds of MRI. The fast pulse sequences are discussed and the parameters of MR imaging are deepened with practical insights. At least two years of practical experience and basic theoretical knowledge are required. Likewise the MR basic course or a comparable training. Courses in Switzerland: CHF Courses in D / A: EUR% discount for SVMTRA members (enclose certificate of registration) SVMTRA 19 CME points / rtaustria Bracco on request. Commitment with a future Bracco Imaging Deutschland GmbH Max-Stromeyer-Strasse Konstanz Phone Heidelberg March 31, April 02, 2017 Siemens, Philips Basel May 2017 Siemens, Philips St. Gallen October 2017 Siemens, Philips Berlin November 2017 Siemens, Philips, GE, Toshiba
5 ADVANCED MRI COURSE II FOR EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST AND RADIOLOGIST ADVANCED MR COURSE III ADVANCED COURSE FOR EXPERTS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST AND RADIOLOGY-TECHNOLOGY, To-MIO-EQUIPMENT, To-MIO-EQUIPMENT, perfusion, MRI-PLAN, and RADI-E-Plan : 3T and more advantages and disadvantages Clinical aspects in MR imaging Lecture radiologist practice on the device in small groups This course is a further advanced course. The special MR applications and sequences are learned, discussed and deepened using practical exercises, and the technical background is explained. The MR advanced course I or a comparable training is required. Courses in CH: CHF Courses in D / A: EUR% discount for SVMTRA members (enclose certificate of registration) SVMTRA 18 CME points / rtaustria on request Alternative k-space scanning Radial, spiral, propeller sequences Dynamic imaging Keyhole, View sharing, MRA and 3D Extended TSE sequences (SPACE, VISTA, CUBE) principle, contrast, clinical applications, fast dynamic imaging (TWIST, Keyhole, TRICKS-XV) fmri BOLD effects, sequences, data analysis, principle, contrast, clinical Applications Spectroscopy SVS and CSI Demonstration on the device in small groups Clinical aspects in fmrt and spectroscopy This advanced and supplementary advanced course focuses on alternative k-space scans (e.g. radial imaging), fast dynamic imaging (e.g. time-resolved angio), extended TSE sequences (e.g. 3D-TSE) as well as functional brain imaging and spectroscopy. The new developments and the state of research are shown and explained and demonstrated using practical examples. Attendance of the MR advanced courses I and II or a comparable training is required. CHF% discount for SVMTRA members (enclose certificate of registration) SVMTRA 14 CME points / rtaustria on request Zurich April 2017 Siemens, Philips, GE Berlin October 2017 Siemens, Philips, GE, Toshiba Zurich November 2017 Siemens, Philips, GE
6 MR-APPLIED FIELD STRENGTHS FOR EXPERIENCED SPECIALISTS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY AND RADIOLOGIST Interesting and curious things about working with 1.5T and 3.0T This special course highlights the following topics with regard to strengths and weaknesses of 1.5T vs. 3.0T and gives tips and tricks for daily use Routine to optimize image quality, workflow and MR sequences. Physics / Motivation Hardware, software Relaxations and interactions Susceptibility and contrast behavior Image quality ToF angiography and gradients Echo DTI / SWI / B1 field effects Chemical shift Influence on MR contrast media Spectroscopy and diffusion imaging Destructive interference SAR and other safety aspects If you want to optimize the available field strength If you use them in your daily routine, you should know the advantages and disadvantages of these special devices in detail. This is the only way to fully exploit the enormous potential for daily imaging. The target group are experienced MTRA (professional groups in the field of radiology-MRT) who work at MR and want to deepen their knowledge. Prior knowledge of MR physics, principles and functionality of MR technology and MR applications are a prerequisite for this course. CHF SVMTRA 8 CME points / rtaustria on request Zurich 30 September
7 MR ARTEFACT COURSE I ADVANCED COURSE FOR PROFESSIONALS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY AND RADIOLOGIST Interactive course with Audience Response System (ARS): Recognize, localize and name artifacts. Get to know measures for avoidance and alternative strategies. MR ARTEFACT COURSE II ADVANCED COURSE FOR PROFESSIONALS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY AND RADIOLOGIST Interactive course with Audience Response System (ARS): Recognize, localize and name artifacts. Get to know measures for avoidance and alternative strategies. Fundamentals of MR imaging Principal source of artifacts Folding artifacts Parallel imaging artifacts Chemical displacement Susceptibility artifacts Oscillation artifacts ToF artifacts Movement and flow artifacts Hardware-related artifacts Contrast agent-related artifacts This special course deals with a large number of MR artifacts. The image errors caused by MR physics as well as the technical principles and relationships are explained on the basis of images with artifacts. Here we go the opposite way. Not as is usual in MR physics via the pulse sequence to the image, but “from the image back to the proton”. This means that artifact-affected MR images are used to explain how the image errors come about and how they can be reduced. Attendance of the advanced MR courses I and II or a comparable training is required. Application and hardware errors k-raum: Resolution and contrasts, sequences Susceptibility artifacts Partial volume, banding artifacts TOF artifacts Radial artifacts, inhomogeneities Dielectric effects / B1 effect Magic angle artifact Trigger artifacts Stimulated echo partial volume effect This special course deals with a large number of MR -Artifacts. On the basis of images with artifacts, the image errors are explained by MR physics, as well as the technical basics and the relationships. Attendance of the advanced MR courses I and II or a comparable training is required. Also recommended is the artifact rate I. CHF 450. SVMTRA 7.5 CME points / rtaustria on request EURO 380. SVMTRA 6 CME points / rtaustria on request Berlin 23 September Zurich 28 October
8 Fewer movement artifacts User-friendly system solution Perfectly hygienic High patient comfort YOUR ADVANTAGES The flexible and universally applicable MULTIPAD product family enables optimal patient positioning, positioning and fixation for all examinations with head and extremity coils. MULTIPAD EFFICIENT, SIMPLE AND FLEXIBLE BANDWIDTH IN THE MRI FOR EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY AND INTERESTED RADIOLOGIST Interactive course with Audience Response System (ARS): In this course you will learn everything about the bandwidth of the MRI - a brief history of almost everything! Brief introduction to the basics of MRT B0 field, B1 field, GRE field transmission bandwidth (Tx) relationship between BW, gradients and slice thickness generation of excitation pulses gradient strength and excitation speed reception bandwidth (Rx) k-space and SNR digitization and Data readout Gradient strength and readout speed Parallel imaging Chemical shift In this special course you will acquire the basics about the function, necessity and effects of the parameter bandwidth. This has a decisive influence on different sequences, geometry and measurement parameters and thus on the contrast and image quality of your MR images. Find out how clinical applications in MRT can be optimized with the help of bandwidth. The target group are experienced technicians and radiologists who work at MR and want to deepen their knowledge. Prior knowledge of MR physics, principles and functionality of MR technology and MR applications are a prerequisite for this course. EURO 370.SVMTRA 7.5 CME points / rtaustria 8 CPD points Vienna June 17, 2017 No.
9 COVER SHEET: 20th anniversary event EDUMED AG 2016 on and on Lake Constance PHOTOS: EVA REESE
10 MR CARDIO COURSE FOR EXPERIENCED SPECIALISTS MTRA, RADIOLOGIST TECHNOLOGY, DOCTORS, CARDIOLOGISTS AND RADIOLOGISTS Introduction to cardiac imaging Physical basics Sequences and contrasts Physiologically controlled imaging Anatomy of the heart Cardiac function Heart valves Morphology Anatomy and vitality diagnostics in pathology, clinical diagnostics, coronary, anatomy, and diagnostic radiology, medical, diagnostic, medical, diagnostic, coronary, and diagnostic radiology, medical, diagnostic, medical, diagnostic, coronary, and diagnostic, radiology, medical, medical, diagnostic, clinical practice, myocardial vitality diagnosis MR specialty course on MR cardiography. You will learn the technical background of cardio MRI and learn how to perform cardiac examinations. EUR 750.SVMTRA 14.5 CME points / rtaustria on request Berlin May 2017 Siemens, Philips, GE, Toshiba
11 Understand the different functions of the devices, learn the scan parameters and data acquisition. Can differentiate the different scan modes in their possible applications and deepen their knowledge in further image processing. CHF% discount for SVMTRA members (enclose certificate of registration) SVMTRA 18.5 CME points / rtaustria refreshment of the physical CT basics warm-up Current, practice-related device development, established and special CT systems and their areas of application Post-processing tools Post-processing applications and displays Artifacts Representation, classification and remedy Iterative reconstruction ASIR, MBIR, SAFIRE, IRIS Cardio-CT anatomy and indications Applications and recording technology Energy-resolved CT radiation exposure and radiation protection Principle, terms and recommendations Clinical aspects in CT Lecture radiologist Low dose CT and highly concentrated contrast agent Lecture contrast agent expert Examination methods - handling Protocol parameters, patient preparation and examination Practice on the device in small groups In this advanced CT course, the course participants deepen the technical basics of CT, learn the reconstruction techniques and d he energy-resolved CT. The special applications in CT angiography and cardio CT are discussed. Getting to know new developments in CT, as well as other clinical areas of application. CHF% discount for SVMTRA members (enclose certificate of registration) SVMTRA 18.5 CME points / rtaustria on request Basel October 2017 Siemens, Philips Zurich May 2017 Siemens, GE
12 NEW ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY IN SECTIONAL IMAGING FOR PROFESSIONALS MTRA, RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY INHOUSE AND PRIVATE COURSES FOR INSTITUTES, CLINICS AND HOSPITALS In these courses you will learn the anatomy of sectional images and the recognition of the regions using case studies from CT and MRI. MSK I A&P KURS shoulder joint elbow joint wrist MSK II A&P KURS hip joint knee joint upper ankle joint (OSG) Only those who know the anatomy in addition to the technical properties of large devices can plan radiological examinations correctly and recognize pathological changes. This course is aimed at all radiographers who want to refresh their knowledge of sectional image anatomy and learn or improve the recognition of pathologies on CT and MRI images using various practical examples. CHF 440. The courses are accredited / approved by: SVMTRA 7/7 / 7.5 CME points / rtaustria on request WE WILL BE HAPPY TO COME TO YOU In order to meet the individual further training needs of individual institutes, we also offer in-house MR and CT training courses. We would be happy to come to you and hold one of our courses on your premises. You can choose from all topics from our range of courses. According to your request, we will work out a corresponding program together with our speakers (physicists, technicians, course instructors) and carry out the course. COURSE DATES / We hold the courses mainly on weekends at your institute or clinic. The course costs depend on the specific effort. We are convinced that we can make you an offer tailored to your needs. Feel free to contact us. We would be happy to discuss the implementation of your in-house course with you. 22 NEUROIMAGING A&P COURSE Neurocranium Skull base and facial skull Neck Spine Basel 02 September 2017 MSK I A&P Basel 07 October 2017 MSK II A&P Basel 18 November 2017 Neuroimaging A&P in-house and private courses take place on your premises. They are entirely based on your training requirements. We are happy to provide a non-binding consultation. You will also find an inquiry form for in-house courses on 23
13 COURSE LOCATIONS SWITZERLAND COURSE LOCATIONS GERMANY AND AUSTRIA BASEL ZURICH BERLIN HEIDELBERG Seminar rooms Theory part Hotel Education Center 21 course locations Practice part University Hospital Basel IMAMED Radiology Northwest Devices MR: Siemens Prisma 3.0T Philips Achieva 1.5T Philips Achieva 3.0T CT: Siemens Somatom Definition Edge (128-line) . GALLEN seminar rooms theoretical part Hotel Dom course locations practical part Kantonsspital St. Gallen RODIAG Diagnostic Center St.Gallen MR: Siemens Avanto fit 1.5T Philips Achieva 3.0T Seminar rooms Theory part University Hospital Zurich Course locations Practice part University Hospital Zurich Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Clinic for Nuclear Medicine, Clinic for Neuroradiology, Institute for Biomedical Technology, ETH MRI Bahnhofplatz Klinik im Park, Radiologie Schanze Devices MR: Siemens Avanto fit 1.5T Philips Achieva 1.5T Philips Ingenia (wide Bore) 3.0T GE Signa 1.5T CT: Siemens Definition Force (192 lines) GE Revolution (256 lines) Seminar rooms Theory part Novotel Berlin at the Tiergarten Hotel Aquino Course locations Practical part CT-MRTinstitut Berlin Bundeswehrkrankenhaus Berlin Maria Heimsuchung Caritas-Klinik Pankow Radiological group practice Wittenau Radiology at the Europa-Center Berlin Devices MR: Siemens Avanto 1.5T, Philips Achieva 1.5T Philips Ingenia 3.0T GE Signa HDx 1.5T Toshiba Vantage Atlas 1.5T Toshiba Vantage Elan 1.5T seminar space Theoretical part Hotel Qube Course locations Practical part Heidelberg University Devices MR: Siemens Avanto fit 1.5T Siemens Aera 1.5T Siemens Verio 3.0T Philips Achieva TX 3.0T Philips Ingenia CX 1.5T VIENNA Seminar rooms Theoretical part Hotel Zeitgeist Vienna Devices under construction, information on website or course secretariat 24 25th
14 GENESIS Transforming CT MANAGEMENT / COURSE SECRETARIAT Agnes Wälti Managing Director Eva Reese Deputy Managing Director Stephan Wurster VRP Tiziana Blank Course Secretariat / Accounting Carmen Mathis Course Organization Claudia Wurster Marketing / Responsible for Script Next Generation of 320-Line Volume CTs FIRST Model-based Iterative Reconstruction New PURE ViSION Optics New. PURE ViSION PURE ViSION detector 3D laser collimator Reconstruction of 80 images per second with AIDR 3D 30 gantry inclination Lateral table displacement Patient-friendly examinations Edumed AG has been conducting MR and CT training courses on current topics in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for more than 20 years. In addition to our standard and special courses, we also offer in-house courses. A large network of part-time lecturers and course instructors offers a wide range of know-how, and it also enables us to meet special training requirements. Feel free to contact us. We are convinced that we can offer you an interesting training course. COURSE SECRETARIAT You will receive information on all courses at the following times: Monday / Tuesday / Friday Tuesday 27 a.m.
15 TRAINERS GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS Eva Reese MTRA, MRI experience since 1991, MRI application specialist, Siemens Switzerland since 1995 MR practice lecturer EDUMED AG since 2005 Course leader and management EDUMED AG Course registration / registration deadline We are happy to accept cousin registrations no later than 3 weeks before the start of the course . We cannot guarantee participation in the course for later course registrations. No waiver or refund can be granted at the start of the course. The course fee has to be paid. There are no costs if someone can take the vacant place on the course who meets the prescribed requirements. Course confirmation Agnes Wälti MTRA HF, since 1996 MRI experience at MR Diagnostik AG, Thun applications specialist MR, Siemens Switzerland since 2001 Course leader and practice lecturer since 2002 Management EDUMED AG BPIH management training Bettina Molitor MTRA, since 1986 MRI experience since 2011 at the MVZ Radiological Network Rhineland since 2002 course leader and practical lecturer EDUMED AG After receiving your registration, we will confirm your place on the course and send you further information about the course location and the course times. The course place is definitely booked with the registration / enrollment. The course fee must be transferred at least 6 weeks before the start of the course. If courses are already fully booked, we will have to assign you to a follow-up course. We will inform you accordingly. Course changes For organizational reasons, we reserve the right to change the speakers, the course schedule or the program if necessary. If the course leader or a lecturer is absent, EDUMED AG can change the course leader or lecturer or use a substitute. Conducting the courses Unattended lessons Unattended lessons cannot be rescheduled. In principle, no course fee refunds are possible due to not attended lessons. CME accreditation / CPD approbation Technicians, radiology technologists, doctors and related professional groups receive the CME (Continuous Medical Education) / CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points that are accredited / approved by the associations during specialist advanced training courses at EDUMED AG. It is assumed that the course participants are present during the entire course. In the case of longer course absences, the points will be calculated according to the workload you have completed. The CME / CPD points are declared on the participant's personal certificate. You will receive this at the end of the course. 28 Regula Gnirs MTRA, since 1991 MRI experience since 2006 DKFZ Heidelberg / School Lecturer MTRA School, Heidelberg since 2006 Course director and practice lecturer EDUMED AG Angela Weiss MTRA, since 1995 MRI experience since 2002 Practice lecturer EDUMED AG since 2005 Radiological practice Bernau, Berlin since 2010 course leader EDUMED AG Anika Kind MTRA HF, since 2003 MR CT experience University Hospital Zurich Röntgeninsitut Holding Bellevue Zurich and Jona since 2015 process architect Kantonsspital Baselland since 2015 course leader EDUMED AG In order to be able to conduct our courses under optimal conditions, we set a minimum for each learning offer and a maximum number of participants. The course places are allocated in the order of registration (subject to timely payment). In the case of courses with few registrations, we will decide on the implementation at least 6 weeks before the course. If the number of participants is insufficient, the course will usually not be held and the course fee will be refunded. Therefore, please register early, at least 7 weeks before the start of the course. We need at least 4 participants for this group so that we can carry out the practical exercises on the manufacturer's equipment. If there are fewer registrations, you can be assigned to a different group. Cancellations Cancellations can only be made in writing. The registration is considered a contract. De-registering from a course involves administrative work. Depending on the time of cancellation, we can therefore only partially waive the course fee. Please note the following rule: A processing fee of CHF up to 6 weeks before the start of the course will be charged for all courses. From 6 weeks before the start of the course, a fee of 20% of the course fee will be charged. Radiologists / Doctors EDUMED AG courses in Switzerland can be recognized by SRG-SSR as category 1 advanced training courses. German doctors have the option of having our courses recognized by the respective state medical association for a fee. Austrian doctors submit the issued certificate to your medical association. In addition, please inform yourself about the current conditions of your respective professional association or the medical associations, which you must comply with personally. Please inform us about your professional group. Course prices The prices depend on the country of implementation, i.e. the prices for courses in Germany and Austria have been set in euros and for courses in Switzerland in CHF. If you take a course in Switzerland and want to pay in euros, the course amount will be converted to the daily rate (registration date). The same is true in the opposite case. 29
16 GEN. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS / BANKING TERMS Payment conditions The course fee must be transferred at least 6 weeks before the start of the course. The course materials and the certificate will only be handed out after we have received your payment. Please bring a payment confirmation with you to the course. Reductions If you have three or more course participants from the same institution in the same course, you will receive a 10% discount. The employees of our advertisers also receive a 10% discount. A 20% association discount (SVMTRA) is available on all standard courses. Please enclose a certificate of association with the registration. A cumulation of the various discounts is not possible. VAT rates in Germany: excluding VAT. If a company pays the course fee, the 0 rule can apply. Registrations We are happy to accept registrations. If you have any questions, the course secretariat is at your disposal at any time by email or by phone during the opening times below. Course secretariat for all courses EDUMED AG MR CT-TRAINING PO Box CH-9436 Balgach Bank details SWITZERLAND EDUMED AG Alpha Rheintal Bank CH-9435 Heerbrugg IBAN CH BIC / SWIFT: ARBHCH22 GERMANY EDUMED AG Deutsche Bank D Friedrichshafen IBAN DE BIC / SWIFT: DEUT DE DB650 AUSTRIA EDUMED AG Landes- und Hypobank A-6890 Lustenau IBAN AT BIC: HYPVAT2B In cooperation with: High pressure injection systems (CT, MRT, Angio) Creatinine measuring device (Statsensor / NOVA Biomedical) CO 2 - Insufflators Disposables Hand sterilizers Sale and leasing of new and Used devices Trade-in of devices inexpensive maintenance contracts Tel. +41 (0) a.m .: Monday, Tuesday, Friday a.m .: Tuesday 30 VMP GmbH Robert-Florin-Str Bottrop Tel .: Fax:
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