Programme

International Cambridge Conference on Breast Cancer Imaging Programme 2019

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Tuesday 2 July 2019


Registration, exhibition & catering


Welcome


Session 1: B3 lesions and their management

Pathology of B3 lesions – what the pathologist wants to know

 

Update of B3 lesion guidelines – Swiss vs UK guidance

 

UK practice from ABS audit

Nisha Sharma

 

MRI evaluation of B3 lesions

 

Discussion


Lunch, exhibition & poster viewing
Facilitated poster discussion session


Session 2: Doing less in….

Benign breast disease

Kathryn Taylor

                                                                                                        

The axilla

Fluer Kilburn-Toppin

 

The breast post NAC

Nisha Sharma

 

Metastatic disease

James Tanner / Nuala Healy 

 

Discussion


Tea, exhibition & poster viewing


Session 3: Low risk cancers

Radiology in the management of ‘low risk’ cancers

Matthew Wallis

 

Decreasing radiotherapy burden

 

Changing screening- what should we be looking for/not recalling?

 

Discussion


19.30 -23.30 – Drinks reception and dinner at King’s College, Cambridge


 

Wednesday 3rd July 2019


Breakfast Symposium

Light continental breakfast included


Registration, exhibition, light refreshments


Session 4: Genetics 

Breast cancer genetics

Jean Abraham

 

High risk screening – what should we be doing

 

Practicalities of running a high risk screening programme

Penny Moyle

 

Low risk screening – patient perspective

 

Discussion


Coffee, exhibition & poster viewing 


Session 5: New technology

US & Elastography

Andy Evans

 

Tomosythesis

Fiona Gilbert

 

Contrast enhanced mammography

Penny Moyle 

 

MRI – Current & future applications

Discussion


Lunch, exhibition & poster viewing

Facilitated poster discussion session


Session 6: Supporting the radiologist

Personalised performance monitoring in breast radiology

Olive Kearns

 

Errors in breast radiology

 

Radiology burnout – what to watch for & how to prevent it

Ruchi Sinnatamby

 

AI – supporting the radiologist

Fiona Gilbert

 

Discussion


Closing address