Description

A stimulating and engaging learning experienceThis highly commended one-day teaching course will be limited to 20 participants per classroom. Each delegate will have their own imaging workstation and content delivered through lectures and hands-on case-based learning.Each ICIS interactive course is designed to provide the best educational experience, which is achieved through: · An expert international faculty drawn from the ICIS fellowship and other invited speakers · Small group fully interactive learning with maximum of 20 delegates per classroom · Mentored review of 35 to 40 cases on workstations, each case chosen with specific learning points · A workbook to reinforce learning. Learning Objectives for this course: · To understand the prostate patient’s journey from suspected cancer to the advanced disease state using the framework of de nable clinical states. · To know in detail the pathologic states, problems of categorisation and clinical needs of patients in each clinical state in the prostate cancer pathway. · To understand how imaging can help meet clinical priorities and so promote the personalisation of care in the advancing prostate cancer pathway. · To show how next generation prostate imaging (multiparametric MRI & MR-directed biopsies) and whole body assessments (whole body MRI & PET/CT) with clinical biomarkers, create opportunities to support and re ne management pathways of patients.