Ensuring sustainable healthcare systems: The Lancet Oncology Commission on Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine - ESR Connect

Lancet Oncology Commission Session

Lancet Oncology - Ensuring sustainable healthcare systems: The Lancet Oncology Commission on Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine

March 4, 11:45 - 12:45 CET

  • 4 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 4 Speakers
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10 min
Goals and scope of The Lancet Oncology Commission on Medical Imaging and Nuclear Medicine
May Abdel Wahab, Vienna / Austria
1. To provide information on the scope and aims of the project.
2. To provide information on the data collection methodology.
3. To provide an overview of the related efforts of the IAEA.
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10 min
Global utilisation of imaging and nuclear medicine in oncology
Andrew Scott, Melbourne, VIC / Australia
1. To provide information on the results of the equipment and workforce global survey.
2. To provide information on gaps identified in low- and middle-income countries.
3. To outline technology advances that can improve the delivery of imaging to cancer patients.
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10 min
Health economic analysis of cancer imaging
Rifat Atun, Boston, MA / United States
1. To outline the methodology and results of health economics analysis for imaging in cancer at a global and country level.
2. To outline the investment in imaging required for improved health outcomes.
3. To present an investment case for cancer imaging.
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10 min
Overview and recommendations
Hedvig Hricak, New York, NY / United States
1. To provide a summary of results.
2. To provide recommendations for policy and investment with respect to the imaging of cancer patients at country and global levels.
3. To highlight how the commission's findings may aid in the implementation of the 2017 Cancer Resolution "Cancer prevention and control in the context of an integrated approach".
15 min
Live Q&A

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CME Information

This session is accredited with 1 CME credit.

Moderators

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David Collingridge

London, United Kingdom

Speakers

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May Abdel-Wahab

Vienna, Austria

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Andrew Scott

Melbourne, Australia

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Rifat Atun

Boston, United States

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Hedvig Hricak

New York, United States