A live, interactive, virtual seminar.
Speaker: Michael B. Sneider, MD, Associate Professor, UVA Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging
Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2021
Time: 2-4:30 PM
Advanced practice providers and other health care professionals rely on radiology to diagnose, treat, and evaluate a myriad of health problems. Chest x-rays are a common radiology study, and assuring fundamental competency in the initial evaluation of these studies is integral to safe and effective care. This conference will provide a review of basic evaluation of a chest x-ray and of American College of Radiology appropriate use criteria. The conference will also include discussion of chest x-ray-related health inequities and disparities.
Advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, nurses, and physicians.
- AAPA - 2.25
- ANCC Contact Hours - 2.25
- AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM - 2.25
- Hours of Participation - 2.25
- IPCE - 2.25
- Clinicians - $40, $45 after November 1st
- Students and UVA Employees - $30, $45 after November 1st
Desired Outcomes/Educational Objectives
Through participation in this conference, participants will be able to:
- Apply American College of Radiology (ACR) Appropriateness Criteria when determining necessity for chest X-rays
- Demonstrate a systematic approach to evaluating a chest x-ray
- Identify common pathologic problems evident in a chest x-ray
- Discuss issues related to radiology test-related health inequities and disparities
For more information, see the 2021 Diagnostic Imaging Chest X-Ray brochure.
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