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Radio-Pathology Correlation and Teaching Workshop

Date: 17 Sep 2022, Saturday | Time: 1520 - 1825 | Track Type: Main Conference Workshop | Format: Face-to-face | Venue: Procedural Skills Lab, Academia

Speakers: Assoc Prof Lai Siang Hui, Dr Sorsiah Binti Mansor, Asst Prof Luke Michael Toh Han Wei, Assoc Prof Ong Chiou LiAssoc Prof Lim Eng Hoe Winston, Dr Lee Ming, Dr Tang Poyin, Assoc Prof Angela Chong & Dr Wang Lai Mun


Radiological-Pathological correlation is important for accurate and timely diagnosis. Radiological-Pathological correlation training and practice benefits not only pathology and radiology practice, but also patient care as a whole. This is neither a radiology-centred nor a pathology-centred workshop. Although Radiological-Pathology correlation is an important aspect of clinical patient care, training and education in this area is relatively lacking.

This workshop aims to use best practices in case-based teaching methods to enable cross-disciplinary training to enhance current and future care teams. Participants will learn about the importance and benefits of good, accurate and timely correlative practice across radiology and pathology through a series of curated cases across sub-specialties such neurology and paediatrics. The speakers will attempt to highlight key principles and threshold concepts that will facilitate understanding and application.

Prior to the session, participants will be given access to summarised information on the cases. During the case presentations, there will be interactive participation by the learners through polls and quizzes.

Note: Basic working knowledge of radiological imaging and pathological diagnosis are required. This workshop will not be going through the fundamentals of radiology e.g modalities and principles of imaging, or those of anatomical pathological diagnosis.

Learning Outcome(s):

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Achieve a better and deeper understanding of how radiology and pathology can become corroborative diagnostic approaches to facilitate and potentiate patient care.

Assessment will be in the form of real time polls and quizzes. Overall value of the workshop will be obtained through end-of-session feedback.

Target Audience:

Radiology residents, anatomical pathology residents, practicing radiologists and pathologists wishing to upgrade and update diagnostic skills, and clinicians and surgeons who are curious to learn for clinical professional development.


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