Duke Review Course 2013COURSE DESCRIPTIONAs it has for the past 27 years, the Duke Review Course providesa comprehensive review of diagnostic radiology provided by thefaculty of Duke Radiology. Exclusive to 2013, the course will beoﬀered twice.The course is designed for radiology senior residents as wellas practicing radiologists looking for a comprehensive reviewand state-of-the-art update of general radiology.The format consists of a series of didactic lectures and two caseconferences for each radiology subspecialty.TARGET AUDIENCESenior radiology residents and practicing radiologists.LEARNING OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, participants should be able to:Ł Identify and discuss the latest modalities and techniquesbeing used in the ﬁeld of Diagnostic RadiologyŁ Discuss diﬀerential diagnoses of common disease processesas they are seen on radiographic imagesŁ Demonstrate compliance with various governing agenciesto sustain accreditation, licensing and board certiﬁcationrequirementsACCREDITATIONThe Duke University School of Medicine is accredited by theAccreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)to provide continuing medical education for physicians.CREDIT DESIGNATIONThe Duke University School of Medicine designates this educa-tional activity for a maximum of 51 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extentof their participation in the activity.COURSE DIRECTORSŁ Jared D. Christensen, M.D.Ł Charles M. Maxﬁeld, M.D.
AUG10August Review CourseCourse DescriptionWe are oﬀering a second Duke Review Course in 2013 to accommodateresidents preparing for the ABR’s ﬁrst Core Exam in October and thosepreparing for fall MOC Exams. Only in 2013 will the Duke Review Coursebe oﬀered twice. In 2014, and thereafter, the course will be oﬀered onetime each year, in early Spring as it has each year since 1983.As always, the Duke Review Course will provide a comprehensivereview of diagnostic radiology provided by the faculty of Duke Radiology.The traditional comprehensive didactic lectures will be supplementedby reviews of imaging physics, patient safety and other non-interpretiveskills.The format for this course will consist of a series of didactic lectures andtwo evening sessions devoted to multiple choice question review.Saturday11:45 – 12:00 p.m. WELCOMEBREAST IMAGING12:00 – 1:30 p.m. Physics: X-Rays I – Basics & MammographyJoseph Lo, Ph.D.1:30 – 1:50 p.m. Break & Informal Discussion/Q&A1:50 – 3:50 p.m. BI-RADS and the Management ofMammographic AbnormalitiesJay Baker, M.D.3:50 – 5:00 p.m. Breast Sonography, Implants,MRI & Interventional ProceduresMary Scott Soo, M.D.5:00 – 5:20 p.m. Break & Informal Discussion/Q&A5:20 – 5:45 p.m. Newborn ChestCharles Maxﬁeld, M.D.5:45 – 6:15 p.m. The Pediatric ChestCharles Maxﬁeld, M.D.Lecture ScheduleSpeakersandschedulesubjecttochange
Peter Kranz M.D.Assistant ProfessorChris D. Lascola, M.D., Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorJeﬀrey Petrella, M.D.Associate ProfessorJames Provenzale, M.D.ProfessorChristopher Roth, M.D.Assistant ProfessorNUCLEAR MEDICINESalvador Borges-Neto, M.D.ProfessorBennett Chin, M.D.Associate ProfessorMichael Hanson, M.D.ProfessorRobert Reiman, M.D.Assistant ProfessorTerence Wong, M.D.Associate ProfessorPEDIATRICSCaroline Carrico, M.D.Associate ProfessorAna Gaca, M.D.Assistant ProfessorCaroline Hollingsworth, M.D.Associate ProfessorCharles Maxﬁeld, M.D.Associate ProfessorINTERVENTIONALCharles Kim, M.D.Assistant ProfessorMichael J. Miller, M.D.Assistant ProfessorWaleska Pabon-Ramos, M.D.Medical InstructorTony Smith, M.D.ProfessorDavid Sopko, M.D.Medical InstructorPaul Suhocki, M.D.Associate ProfessorPHYSICSOlav Christianson, MSMedical PhysicistJoseph Lo, Ph.D.Associate ProfessorRobert Reiman, M.D.Assistant ProfessorEhsan Samei, Ph.D.ProfessorTimothy Turkington, Ph.D.Associate ProfessorAll faculty are members of the DukeDepartment of Radiology.Duke University Medical CenterDurham, North Carolinawww.radiology.duke.eduDuke Radiology
COURSE FEEŁ $895: Residents, FellowsŁ $925: Military RadiologistsŁ $1395: RadiologistsFees include all course materials, continental breakfasts, breaks,and lunches.A $100 administrative fee will be assessed on all refunds priorto the ﬁrst day of the month of the course (April/August).For more information contact: Debbie GriﬃnCourse Coordinator919-684-7228deborah.griﬃn@duke.eduPRACTICING RADIOLOGISTSPracticing radiologists are assigned to a spacious and comfortableauxiliary conference room with tiered seating. Seating is limitedto 100 persons.When room capacity is reached, you would beassigned to the larger conference room.The lectures are projectedvia a live audio/video feed from the main conference room.Practicing radiologists will have ample access to the facultyfor questions after each session.Breakfast and breaks are served directly in the private auxiliaryconference room.REGISTRATIONRegistration and payment is easy with one of three convenientoptions:Ł Register and pay online at www.radiology.duke.edu witha credit card.Ł Download the registration form and fax with complete creditcard information to: 919-660-1769Ł Download the registration form from the website and mailwith check payable to Duke University to:Duke University Conference Services28thAnnual Radiology Review Course0066 Bryan University Center, Box 90841Durham, NC 27708-0841Early registration is recommended as the course ﬁlls to roomcapacity. No on site registration is available.
Course materials will be available outside the conference roomon Saturday, April 13 or August 10 beginning at 9 a.m.TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTSThe area is served by the Raleigh-Durham International Airport.ACCOMMODATIONSThe meeting is conveniently located at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel& Convention Center in ResearchTriangle Park, only 5 minutesaway from the Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) lo-cated between Durham (the“City of Medicine”: home of DukeUniversity), Raleigh (capital of North Carolina) and Chapel Hill.A block of discounted rooms is available at the Sheraton ImperialHotel & Convention Center for the Review Course.The hotel housestwo restaurants and has a 30,000 square foot athletic facility andadjacent lighted ﬁtness trail. Airport transportation is provided bythe hotel.Van service to nearby locales in the evening is providedfor registrants.Reservations can be made at www.radiology.duke.edu (click onthe Duke Review Course link and select Hotel Reservation) or bycontacting the hotel directly.Sheraton Imperial Hotel4700 Emperor Blvd Durham, NC 27703919-941-5050www.sheratonrtp.com$149 single/double per night (April)$129 single/double per night (August)OTHER NEARBY LODGINGŁ Springhill Suites by Marriott: 919-998-9500Ł Comfort Suites- RTP: 919-314-4949Ł Wingate Inn: 919-941-2854Ł Sleep Inn Hotel: 919-933-3393Ł Hilton Raleigh-Durham Airport–RT: 919-941-6000
AREA & WEATHERThe weather in April is beautiful! Average high temperatures inthe spring are in the mid 70s with nightly lows in the 40-50s.Lightweight clothing is the preferred dress during the day withpossibly a sweater or light jacket in the evenings and earlymornings.August is usually hot and humid.The meeting room is typically cool–Bring a sweater!FACULTY DISCLOSUREThe Duke University School of Medicine adheres to ACCMEEssential Areas, Standards, and Policies regarding industry supportof continuing medical education. Disclosure of the planning com-mittee and faculty’s commercial relationships will be made knownat the activity. Speakers are required to openly disclose any limita-tions of data and/or any discussion of any oﬀ-label, experimental,or investigational uses of drugs or devices in their presentations.RESOLUTION OF CONFLICTS OF INTERESTIn accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Supportof CME, the Duke University School of Medicine will implementmechanisms, prior to the planning and implementation of thisCME activity, to identify and resolve conﬂicts of interest for allindividuals in a position to control content of this CME activity.DISCLAIMERThe information provided at this CME activity is for continuingmedical education purposes only and is not meant to substitutefor the independent medical judgment of a physician relative todiagnostic and treatment options of a speciﬁc patient’s medicalcondition.SPECIAL NEEDS STATEMENTThe Duke Department of Radiology is committed to makingits activities accessible to all individuals. If you are in need of anaccommodation, please do not hesitate to call and/or submit adescription of your needs in writing in order to receive service.