The Radiological Society of North America (“RSNA”) is holding its annual international conference in Chicago this week. Canada Diagnostic Centres is very proud that three of our radiologists have research that is being presented at this high-profile conference.
The RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting has 53,000 attendees from around the world. The Scientific Assembly is considered the premiere scientific radiology forum in the world – providing the most up-to-date and leading edge research into all aspects of radiology.
Drs. Bruce Forster and Gordon Andrews are contributing authors to research posters on musculo-skeletal imaging and improving CT reporting for radiology residents. Dr. Forster is also moderating and presenting at an educational session on elbow/hand/wrist imaging.
Dr. Hugue Ouellette, our Medical Director is a contributing author to eight research papers which have been accepted for presentation at this year’s Assembly. His topics include musculo-skeletal imaging and radiology in emergency settings.
Our radiologists’ research was conducted at UBC Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital – facilities where they also work, teach and research.
We’re very proud of the work our radiologists do both at Canada Diagnostic and our local teaching hospitals – and we would like to congratulate them on their contributions to this year’s RSNA Scientific Assembly.
If you are considering a private MRI, CT or Ultrasound exam, we would be happy to help. To learn more about our services, please visit our website or call us at 1-877-709-8522.
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Canada Diagnostic Centres is very proud to support Rowing Canada as their Official Supplier of Diagnostic Imaging. As a leader in sports medicine imaging, our clinic is chosen by professional athletes, elite amateurs and weekend warriors alike!
The rower’s did Canada proud by bringing home the Silver Medal in Men’s and Women’s 8’s at the London2012 Summer Olympics.
For more information about Rowing Canada, visit: http://www.rowingcanada.org/home
To find out how Canada Diagnostic can help you with your sport-related injury, call us at 1-877-709-8522, or visit our website at http://www.canadadiagnostic.com/
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Canada Diagnostic Centre is very pleased to announce that Dr. Audrey Spielmann is the new Medical Director for our clinic in Vancouver. We have been working with Dr. Spielmann for many years and look forward to having her take on the role of Medical Director.
Dr. Spielmann is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia Department of Radiology and practices radiology at both Vancouver General and UBC Hospitals.
She graduated from the University of British Columbia’s faculty of Medicine, where she also completed her radiology residency. She went on to complete further subspecialty training, an Abdominal Imaging fellowship, at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC, USA.
Dr. Spielmann has published on CT and MRI in the peer-reviewed literature with emphasis on liver, pelvic and musculoskeletal imaging and lectured nationally and internationally. She is also a reviewer for national and international scientific journals.
She has a special interest in MRI of the abdomen, pelvic, musculoskeletal system and sports medicine and is one of three radiologists at Canada Diagnostic Centres qualified to assess Breast MRI cases.
We are also very happy to announce that our former Medical Director, Dr. Bruce Forster has just been named Chairman of Radiology at UBC Hospital & School of Medicine as well as Chief of Radiology at both Vancouver General and UBC Hospitals.
Dr. Forster has been an invaluable contributor to Canada Diagnostic’s success by providing leadership, vision and a commitment to evidence-based medicine. Congratulations Dr. Forster!
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