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Monday, 10 October 2016

Plenary Session I. Setting Up the Scene

09.30–10.00 Key Note: Sustainable Development Goals - Role of the UN Organizations (Oyere K. Onuma, WHO)
10.00–10.30 What the Cardiologists Need to Know from Medical Images (Gerald Maurer, MUV, Austria)

Plenary Session II. Ischemic Heart Disease

11:00–11:25 Imaging Ischemic Heart Disease: Role of SPECT and PET (Hein Verberne, EANM)
11:25–11:50 Imaging Ischemic Heart Disease: Role of CCTA (Florian Wolf, ESR)
11:50–12:15 Imaging Ischemic Heart Disease: Role of Cardiac MRI (Chiara Bucciarelli Ducci, EACVI)
12:15–12:40 Imaging Ischemic Heart Disease: Role of Echocardiography (Danilo Neglia, EACVI)
12:40–13:10 Synthesis and Q&A

Read With the Experts I

14:30–15:15 Read with the Expert: Ischemic Heart Disease (SPECT, PET) (Barry Elison, ANZSNM)
15:15–16:00 Read with the Expert: Ischemic Heart Disease (CCTA, Cardiac MRI) (Florian Wolf, ESR)

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Basics I.

08:30–09:00 How to Read an ECG and Perform a Stress Test (Nathan Better, ANZSNM)

Plenary Session III. Appropriate Use Criteria

09:00–09:25 Evidence-Based Medicine in Cardiac Imaging (Paolo Raggi, Canada)
09:25–09:50 Cardiovascular Diseases in the Female Patient (Leslee Shaw, SCCT)

Plenary Session IV

10:10–10:35 Imaging Congestive Heart Failure: Role of SPECT and PET (Marcus Hacker, EANM)
10:35–11:00 Imaging Congestive Heart Failure: Role of CCTA (Gianluca Pontone, SCCT)
11:00–11:25 Imaging Congestive Heart Failure: Role of Cardiac MRI (Chiara Bucciarelli Ducci, EACVI)
11:25–11:50 Imaging Congestive Heart Failure: Role of Echocardiography (Bogdan Popescu, EACVI)
11:50–12:10 Synthesis and Q&A

Fundamentals I

13:30–14:15 Current Status of CCTA in Cardiology (Michelle Williams, SCCT)

Read With The Experts II

14:15–15:00 Read with the Expert: Challenging Cases (CCTA and Cardiac MRI) (Gianluca Pontone, SCCT)
15:15–16:00 Read with the Expert: Pitfalls and Artefacts in Nuclear Cardiology (Brian G. Abbott, ASNC)

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Basics II

08:30–09:00 Getting Familiar with Interventional Cardiology (Ganesan Karthikeyan, India)

Fundamentals II. Cardiac MRI

09:00–09:45 Current Status of MRI in Cardiology (Matthias Gutberlet, ESR)
09:45–10:25 Cardiac MRI: Case Review (Matthias Gutberlet, ESR)

Plenary Session V. What's New?

10:40–11:10 Software and Hardware Advances in Nuclear Cardiology (Roger Fulton, Australia)
11:10–11:40 Software and Hardware for CCTA (Isabel Castellano, UK)
11:40–12:10 PET/CT or PET/MR: Who Should PET Partner with? (Thomas Beyer, MUV, Austria)

Plenary Session VI. Radiopharmacy Update

13:30–13:5 OECD and the Supply of Medical Radioisotopes (Kevin Charlton, OECD-NEA)
13:50–14:10 Good Manufacturing Practice in the US Applied to the Production of Radiopharmaceuticals (Sally Schwarz, SNMMI)
14:10–14:30 Overview of SPECT and PET Tracers for Cardiology (Adriano Duatti, Italy)

Thursday, 8 October 2015

Basics III

08:30–09:00 Getting Familiar with CT Coronary Angiography (Michelle Williams, SCCT)

Plenary Session VII. Other Indications for Cardiac Imaging

09:00–09:25 Nuclear Cardiology in Evaluation of Coronary Flow Reserve and Implantable Device Infections (Denis Agostini, EANM)
09:25–09:50 Nuclear Cardiology in Evaluation of Sympathetic Innervation (Victor Kalff, WFNMB)
09:50–10:15 Other Indications for Cardiac MRI (Matthias Gutberlet, ESR)

Plenary Session VIII. Ethics, Leadership, Education and Challenges in Nuclear Cardiology Practice

10:35–10:55 Ethical Issues Faced in Nuclear Cardiology: Principles and Case Discussion (Andrew Ross, CANM, Canada)
10:55–11:15 Leadership: Case in Point (Sobhan Vinjamuri, BNMS, UK)
11:15–11:35 Education: Case in Point (Henry Bom, AOFNMB)
11:35–11:55 New Challenges in Nuclear Cardiology Practice (Brian G. Abbott, ASNC)
11:55–12:15 Research From a Question to a Paper (Naima Al-Bulushi, ARSNM)
12:15–12:30 Round Table Discussion

Fundamentals III

14:00–14:20 Radiation Burden in Cardiac Imaging (David Sutton, UK)
14:20–14:40 Appropriate Use Criteria (Sharmila Dorbala, SNMMI)
14:40–15:00 Eight Best Practices as Recommended by INCAPS (Joao Vitola, ASNC)
15:00–15:20 Quality Management and Clinical Audits in Nuclear Medicine (Maurizio Dondi, IAEA)
15:20–15:30 Synthesis and Q&A

Parallel Session. Read With The Experts III

15:45–16:25 Read with the Expert: Interesting Cases in Nuclear Cardiology (Jean-Luc Urbain CANM, Canada)
16:25–17:00 Read with the Expert: Reporting Nuclear Cardiology Studies (Jerry Obaldo, ARCCNM)

Parallel Session. Medical Physics.

15:45–17:00 IAEA Doctoral Coordinated Research Projects on Advances in Medical Imaging Techniques
  Nahid Hossain, Bangladesh
  Iliya Dyakov, Bulgaria
  Sonja Ivanovic, Montenegro
  Youssef Bouzekraoui, Morocco
  Sornjarod Oonsiri, Thailand

Parallel Session. Radiopharmacy.

15:45–16:10 Cardiac Radiopharmaceutical Development, Including Peptides and Nanoparticles (Sally Schwarz, SNMMI)
16:10–16:35 82Sr Production Using High Energy Cyclotron (Adriano Duatti, Italy)
16:35–17:00 IAEA Assistance in RI Production and Supply: 99Mo case (Joao Osso, IAEA)

Friday, 14 October 2016

Basics IV

08:30–09:00 How to Make an Excellent Nuclear Cardiology Report (Vikram Lele, AOFNMB)

Plenary Session IX. The (He)Art of Imaging–Techniques Matter

09:00–09:30 Not All that Shines is Gold (Raffaele Giubbini, Italy)
09:30–10:00 It's All in Numbers (Nathan Better, ANZSNM)
10:00–10:30 PET to the Future (Sharmila Dorbala, SNMMI)

Plenary Session IX. The (He)Art of Imaging–Techniques Matter

11:00–11:45 Highlights & Trends (Joao Vitola, ASNC)
11:45–12:15 Poster Awards (Diana Paez, IAEA)
12:15–13:00 Closing Remarks (Diana Paez, IAEA)