Radiology reporting in the age of computer-based interpretation - ESR Connect

Professional Challenges Session

PC 2 - Radiology reporting in the age of computer-based interpretation

  • 4 Lectures
  • 59 Minutes
  • 4 Speakers

Lectures

1
PC 2 - From automated measurements into meaningful reports

PC 2 - From automated measurements into meaningful reports

14:42A. Alberich-Bayarri, Valencia / Spain

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the integration of reporting automation.
2. To become familiar with novel reporting methodologies.
3. To understand the role of man-machine interaction in reporting.

2
PC 2 - Common data elements in use: a critical component for improved reporting quality

PC 2 - Common data elements in use: a critical component for improved reporting quality

15:04D. Pinto dos Santos, Cologne / Germany

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the RSNA's and ACR's common data elements initiative.
2. To understand the differences and similarities between template-based structured reporting and the use of common data elements.
3. To appreciate the potential benefits of common data elements for clinical routine and scientific research.

3
PC 2 - How to provide multi-media reports

PC 2 - How to provide multi-media reports

15:02F. Jungmann, Mainz / Germany

Learning Objectives
1. To understand how radiological reports can be enriched with information that help the clinical referrers to better capture the key messages.
2. To become familiar with the integration of schematic drawings, key images, and graphs and tables to illustrate responses in oncologic patients.
3. To learn about the challenges of implementing multi-media reports and how they can be solved.

4
PC 2 - The value of structured information for research and quality management

PC 2 - The value of structured information for research and quality management

15:01E. Kotter, Freiburg / Germany

Learning Objectives
1. To learn about the use of structured information in research data repositories.
2. To understand how structured information can be used for the follow-up of findings.
3. To appreciate the potential of structured reporting for peer review and double-reading.

Speakers

Presenter

Angel Alberich-Bayarri

Valencia, Spain

Presenter

Daniel Pinto dos Santos

Cologne, Germany

Presenter

Florian Jungmann

Mainz, Germany

Presenter

Elmar Kotter

Freiburg, Germany

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