ESR meets Malaysia

Meets 23 - Radiology skill set needed for Malaysia in facing battle with COVID-19

July 17, 09:30 - 10:30 CEST

Meets 23-3
10 min
Chairperson's introduction: Inter-society relationship and radiology in the post-COVID-19 era
Norlisah Mohd Ramli, Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
1. To address the changes in academic conferences and the education of specialists and residents in the COVID-19 era.
2. To address the changes occurring in the inter-society relationship and online platforms in the post-COVID-19 era.
3. To share our experience in the planning of international conferences.
4. To discuss if there is a role for virtual platforms in the future.
Meets 23-4
15 min
Radiology meeting the clinician's expectation in the battle with COVID-19
Aida Abdul Aziz, Sungai Buloh, Selangor / Malaysia
1. To address the role of imaging in screening of COVID/PUI/PUS in the early pandemic era.
2. To outline the imaging findings to assist in the clinical management of severe COVID-19 patients in the intensive care setting.
3. To share our experience in planning and addressing COVID-19 patients' imaging follow up (long COVID/severe).
Meets 23-5
15 min
An alternate skill set in assisting the national vaccination programme
Eric Chung, Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
1. To describe the national vaccination plan and strategies over different timelines in Malaysia.
2. To demonstrate the role of radiologists outside the hospital setting during the pandemic.
Meets 23-6
15 min
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on breast cancer care and radiological perspectives
Kartini Rahmat, Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
1. To describe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on breast cancer care and imaging practices at the tertiary centre in Malaysia.
2. To demonstrate that delayed access to timely diagnosis and treatment as a result of movement restrictions and disrupted clinical workflows during the outbreaks are a major concern, which can lead to more intensive treatment and increased morbidity to the non-COVID-19 patient populations.  
3. To summarise the efforts for recovery and options to mitigate the adverse effects on diagnostic imaging, clinical workflow, research, and education.
Meets 23-7
5 min
Panel discussion