Last Chance Boot Camp!
Radiology Board Review Course

Anyone preparing for the ABR Certifying Exam should consider attending this complimentary online review series offered in September. This is a 4-day course offered Monday-Thursday and is packed with information to prepare you for the real exam. This course includes full cross-sectional image sets of interesting cases to test your eye and hundreds of video cases that are reviewed by vRad Chief Medical Officer, Benjamin W. Strong, MD (ABR, ABIM).

 

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Hosted by:
Benjamin W. Strong, MD (ABR, ABIM)
Chief Medical Officer, vRad

4-part series, convenient, online, evening sessions
Complimentary – no charge!

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Date: September 25-28, 2017

Time: 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Central Time

Where: Online Webinar

Course Agenda*

Night 1: Neuroradiology
CT Head, Non-Traumatic Emergency
CT Head, Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage

Night 2: Chest
CT Mediastinum, Pulmonary Embolism, Aortic Dissection, and other Acute Mediastinal Pathology

CT Lung, initial presentations of lung disease

Night 3: Neuroradiology
Emergency Neuro MR

Night 4: Chest
CT Chest, Mediastinal Trauma
CCTA, Non-Coronary Pathology on Coronary CTA

*Please note: Course Agenda is subject to change.

 

2016 Overview

  • 4 days, 8 sections covered
  • 350+ cases reviewed
  • 140+ attendees from over 90 organizations
  • 3 winners of a R.A.T. 9 Mouse and 1 winner of a Residency Dinner for his entire program
  • 100% of those who took the survey rated the overall quality of the webinar content excellent or above average

2016 Comments:

“Love the color-coded findings and arrows. Dr. Strong speaks succinctly and efficiently. Saw many cases I’d never seen before in over 3 years of training. Great cases!”

“Outstanding. Great cadence to the conference, very high yield, to-the-point review of a wide array of cases.”

“I liked the pace and the review of the material followed by the scrolling through the case.  This was very helpful.”

“Thought it was great! Full of lots of efficient information! Thank you for taking the time out to do this!”