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Webinar: The anatomy of radiology artificial intelligence, the hype and the reality and the rise of comprehensive tools [16th March]

16.02.21

How can radiologists influence the deployment of artificial intelligence in the clinical environment? What are the common terms and considerations in the development and implementation of radiology ai? Join Dr Sian Philips, Chair of MISC, Head of Speciality School/ Associate Dean (Radiology), HEIW and Dr Catherine Jones, Thoracic Radiologist and Chest Lead, annalise.ai for their timely presentations and Q&A on the 16th March.

 

Webinar date: Tuesday 16th March @6pm GMT / 5am AEDT (17th March) 

In partnership with BIR. Register to attend free here.

 
Presentation overviews

Part 1| AI in imaging: the hype and the reality

Presented by Dr Sian Philips, Consultant Radiologist, Chair of MISC, Head of Speciality School/ Associate Dean (Radiology), HEIW

Learning objectives

  1. To review the role of artificial intelligence and its current applications in the imaging department
  2. To describe current challenges and opportunities in the deployment of artificial intelligence applications.
  3. Explore how radiologists can influence AI deployment in the clinical environment.

Part 2| AI and the CXR - developing and validating comprehensive AI

Presented by Dr Catherine Jones, Thoracic Radiologist and Chest Lead, annalise ai

Rapid advances in artificial intelligence modelling have led to the development of new and exciting AI tools to assist radiologists. Developing a comprehensive chest X-ray diagnostic tool is a complex process, requiring consideration of clinical use cases, workflow integration and hidden stratification. Dr Catherine Jones discusses the process of developing and validating the most comprehensive chest X-ray diagnostic tool available.

Learning objectives

  1. To understand the commonly used terms relating to artificial intelligence in radiology.
  2. To gain a deeper insight into the development of AI for the interpretation of chest radiographs.
  3. To develop a greater understanding of the clinical use cases of chest radiograph AI.
 
Speakers biographies
 

Dr Catherine Jones | Thoracic Radiologist and Chest Lead, annalise.ai

Prior to her surgical and radiological training in the UK, Dr Jones earned degrees in mathematics and physics, then medicine at the University of Queensland. After a cardiothoracic radiology fellowship in Vancouver, Canada she returned to Australia to begin private practice with the I-MED Radiology Network. Now, as cardiothoracic lead at I-MED, Dr Jones is an executive member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Thoracic Radiology and sits on multiple committees at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. Her research interests include occupational lung disease imaging, artificial intelligence validation and diagnostic accuracy studies.

Dr Sian Phillips | Consultant Radiologist, Chair of MISC, Head of Speciality School/ Associate Dean (Radiology), HEIW

Dr Phillips is a Consultant Radiologist in South Wales and has held several clinical leadership roles during her career.  She is Co-chair of the Imaging Essential Services Group, supporting NHS Wales and Welsh Government imaging strategy for the pandemic and is Chair of Medical Imaging Sub-committee of the Welsh Scientific Advisory committee for Welsh Government.  With a long interest in undergraduate and postgraduate education, she is currently Associate Dean and Head of School for Radiology, Health Education and Improvement Wales. Prior to this has held roles at  the Royal College of Radiologists, including FRCR examination board and Professional Support and Standards Committee. She is a qualified Professional Coach Mentor and supports the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, RCR and Women in Universities.

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