MPE11 : Radiation dose management of pregnant patients, pregnant staff and paediatric patients in diagnostic and interventional radiology
A practical challenge to be solved: How can we better protect the pregnant patient?
Importance and impact of the training module: Estimation of conceptus dose is needed after intentional or inadvertent irradiation of a pregnant patient with a diagnostic X-ray procedure. These low dose exposures may be a source of major anxiety. Children are more radiosensitive than adults. Methods developed to estimate dose to unborn child from diagnostic X-ray examinations performed on the mother will be discussed. This course also addresses present patient specific dosimetry methods associated with radiological examinations for children and adolescents.
Lead: prof. J. Damilakis, author of many scientific publications in this domain and invited lecturer at the European Conference of Radiology during several years, UOC (partner 11).
Online start: 1 April 2018
Face-to-face period: 21-25 May 2018
Location: Iraklion (Crete), Greece
Registration fee: € 700
Reduced registration fee: € 370
Reduced registration fees are available upon request for the first 6 applicants of one of the following countries (with a maximum of 2 participants per country): Albania, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine.
The registration fee covers the costs of the course.
Additional information is listed below:
|Food & drinks (coffee breaks)||about € 1.00|
|Lunch||about € 4.00|
|Lodging of participants||We will try to organize housing at reduced price. No guarantee at this point.|
|Transport||Airport – city centre by taxi about € 10.00|
|Facultative visits to companies, hospitals, musea, guided tour of the city, social events||Guided tour of the city|
|Cost for conference dinner||about € 20.00|