Sessions for residents

Many sessions especially dedicated to residents will be proposed during the SCR’18!

Case based learning session for residents “How to survive the nightshifts?”

5 residents will present and discuss cases encountered in an emergency setting. Do not miss this chance to meet other residents and hear their experiences!

Organisers: A. Kobe, Zurich/CH; G. Andreisek, Münsterlingen/CH
Time: Friday, May 11, 2018 – 13:50-15:00, Room 1BC (Garden level)
Registration: All participants registered for the congress can attend this session (no extra registration necessary)

 

Workshops “Test yourself: Am I ready for the board exam?”

This session is dedicated to residents who prepare for the second part of their board examination. It aims to train them to withstand an examination situation by simulating the oral board examination (how can I improve myself in presenting a case, react to questions etc.). An experienced examiner will test one resident while the other group members observe.
The focus will be on practising the board examination in real-conditions rather than on the case itself.
There will be 4 examiners and 4 groups of 4 residents. Each participant will be tested once. Each group will meet all the examiners.

Organisers: A. Kobe, Zurich/CH; G. Andreisek, Münsterlingen/CH
Price: CHF 40,00
Registration: Registration will open on February 01, 2018 and will be possible via our online booking system. It is necessary to register for the congress and for the workshop.
Time:
– Workshop in German: Thursday, May 10, 2018 – 10:30-11:45
– Workshop in French: Friday, May 11, 2018 – 10:00-11:15

Please note that places are limited to 16 places per workshop!

 

IR Junior game organised by SSVIR

Time: Friday, May 11, 2018 – 15:15-16:30; Room 5C (Garden level)

SSVIR organizes during the SCR’18 the 3rd Junior IR Games.
Games directors: T. Pfammatter, Zurich/CH; S. D. Qanadli, Lausanne/CH
Objective: The Junior Game is a scientific session that contributes to junior IR acquiring new knowledge and problem-solving skills in various situations in IR.
Scenario: Three interdisciplinary teams will compete to win one of the prestigious SSVIR 2018 Awards. A typical team includes 2 Junior IRs, 1 Technician in Radiology and 1 Industry partner representative. Clinical cases with QMC as well as questions are presented to the competing teams in a relaxing atmosphere animated by a senior IR under the control of a selected Jury of experts.
Terms and conditions: Candidates must less than 45 y-o and must be members of SSVIR (Active, Junior, partner) or Technicians members of SVMTRA-ASTRM
Target public: The all SGR-SSR community!

Register now to compete! To register (“first come first served basis”), please send an Email to: anne-marie.jouannic@chuv.ch