20th September 2019 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (GMT+01:00) Europe/London
In this one day event, we aim to highlight the importance of imaging in the diagnosis of dementia including CT, MRI and functional imaging. We will discuss the importance of collaboration with clinicians in the selection of appropriate imaging modalities and the complementary roles of cross sectional and functional imaging and will review the impact on social care and all workers in dementia services.
• To learn the importance of selecting the right imaging modality
• To understand the importance of combined clinical and imaging data
• To gain knowledge about the impact on overall patient care
Who should attend: Radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, psychiatrists, radiographers, health care of the elderly physicians, social care workers in dementia, nuclear medicine technologists and nurses, PET CT providers as well as industry and researchers in dementia.
BIR Member Plan 1 £185
BIR Member Plan 2 £125
BIR Trainee member £125
BIR Retired/Student member £65
Non member £295
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