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Date:          Saturday, 2 September 2023

Time:         8am – 4.30pm

Venue:       Procedural Skills Lab, Academia Level 2, Singapore General Hospital (SGH), 20 College Road, Singapore 169856



Advances in multiparametric MRI (mp-MRI) have resulted in a major paradigm shift in the care of prostate cancer patients worldwide, and radiologists play an integral role in this. Through this concise course, we aim to provide practising radiologists and urologists with training in the interpretation of mp-MRI and the use of Prostate Imaging–Reporting and Data System version 2.1 (PIRADSv2.1) for standardised communication of imaging findings.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn from a leading multidisciplinary team from SGH which has pioneered the use of mp-MRI prostate and MRI-Ultrasound (MRI-US) fusion-targeted biopsies for effective diagnosis and management of prostate cancer in Singapore and the region. In addition, participants will learn from leading experts on advanced treatment options for prostate cancer, including focal cryoablation and theranostics. A series of didactic lectures on diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer will complement the hands-on training, where participants will get to develop their interpretative skills by reviewing prostate mp-MRI cases with pathological correlation on their own devices, with guidance from the course faculty.



  • Understand the basics of prostate cancer and Gleason score
  • Optimise mp-MRI prostate imaging protocols to achieve the best diagnostic performance
  • Apply the principles of PI-RADS v2.1 to help in the interpretation of mp-MRI of the prostate
  • Standardise communication of imaging findings using PI-RADS v2.1
  • Learn about MRI-US fusion targeted biopsies of the prostate
  • Advances in focal treatment of prostate cancer
  • Multidisciplinary collaborations in management of prostate cancer



  • Anatomy of Prostate with MRI Correlation
  • mp-MRI of Prostate- How We Do It?
  • PI-RADS Version 2.1
  • Pitfalls and Mimics of mp-MRI
  • Role of Radiologists in Focal Therapy of Prostate Cancer
  • Next Generation Imaging in Prostate Cancer and Impact on the Urologist Approach to Biopsy and Lymph Node Dissection
  • Management of Prostate Cancer Based on mp-MRI
  • US-MR-Fusion Biopsy-How We Do It?
  • Latest Developments and What Lies Ahead
  • Hands-on Review of Interesting Prostate mp-MRI Cases with Participants’ Own Devices 


  • Radiologists (including senior residents) who are interested in performing and interpreting mp-MRI prostate
  • Urologists, oncologists and surgeons who manage prostate cancer patients 





(by 31 July)


SingHealth Resident/ Trainee



Resident/ Trainee




Consultant/ Specialist



All prices are inclusive of 8% GST.

Please click here to register for the course. Registration and payment must be received by Friday, 18 August 2023.

Please note that you are required to bring your own laptop (with the following specifications) for the hands-on training session:

-       Windows-based laptop with Internet browser, which can connect to Wi-Fi

-       Large screen, preferably at least 13”.

-       At least 1980 x1080 resolution (HD)

-       External mouse

-       External power supply



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Please note that there are no parking facilities within the Academia building. Please refer to the following public parking locations. Click here for more information.

Car Park Location
Car Park G
Opposite Academia, beside Housemen Canteen. Public parking after 5.30pm, Mon to Fri, and weekends
MOH Car ParkBehind Ministry of Health (MOH). Public parking after 6pm, Mon to Fri and weekends (Car Park F)
​Macalister Rd Car Park H
​End of MacAlister Road. Both Multi-storey Carpark and Open Space Carpark are located behind Ministry of Health (Car Park H)
​NCCS Car Park
​Level 3 & 4, National Cancer Centre Singapore
NHCS Car Park
Basement M, 1 & 2, National Heart Centre Singapore
HPB Car ParkBasement Carpark at Health Promotion Board
OCH Car Park (SingHealth Tower)Basement 3 & 4, Outram Community Hospital (the pedestrian Link Bridge from OCH Level 3 leads to SGH Block 3)
Bowyer Block Car Park
In front of Bowyer Block (Beside Block 4) (Car Park C) - Loading & Unloading and Accessible Parking (for the disabled) only


For assistance, please contact the RADSC ACP secretariat at or


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