JOINT SESSION

Artificial intelligence and the radiographer profession

July 17, 17:00 - 18:00 CEST

EFRS/ISRRT-1
17:00
Introduction by the moderators
Jonathan McNulty, Dublin / IE
Donna Newman, Fargo, ND / US
EFRS/ISRRT-3
17:05
Exploring the current landscape and evidence-base relating to artificial intelligence (AI) and the radiographer profession
Nicholas Hans Woznitza, London / UK
Learning Objectives
1. To summarise the existing evidence of the impact of AI on radiographers.
2. To recognise the risks and benefits when introducing AI into clinical practice.
3. To explore the opportunities that AI could present in radiographer role development.
EFRS/ISRRT-4
17:15
Ethical considerations in AI
Adrian Brady, Cork / IE
Learning Objectives
1. To learn the ethical controversies that AI is introducing in medical imaging.
2. To provide an overview of the professional and legal implications.
3. To explore/elaborate on the need for a code of conduct.
EFRS/ISRRT-5
17:25
Considering AI in our education and training programmes
Maryann Hardy, Bradford / UK
Learning Objectives
1. To consider what our students need to know about AI.
2. To discuss opportunities to use AI to supplement radiographer education.
3. To identify future concepts that radiographers will require to work with integrated AI.
EFRS/ISRRT-6
17:35
Horizon scanning: the future of AI and the radiographer profession
Melissa Jackowski, Garner, NC / US
Learning Objectives
1. To discuss how radiographers can contribute to the development of AI in medical imaging.
2. To summaries barriers to the implementation of AI in clinical practice.
3. To illustrate the potential contribution of AI to patient safety.
EFRS/ISRRT-7
17:45
Live Q&A: What steps can be taken to better prepare radiographers for AI?

Moderators

Presenter

Jonathan McNulty

Dublin, Ireland

Presenter

Donna Newman

Fargo, ND, United States