Educational Webinars

The EUSOBI and especially its Young Club, is proud to present a series of interactive, cased-based lectures, which aim at improving your clinical skills and answer your questions on breast imaging, from basic to advanced. The webinars are oriented to different levels of expertise, and provide worldwide interactive teaching on basic and advanced topics related to the diagnosis, staging and treatment of breast cancer. Each webinar is presented by one of our EUSOBI experts and we give you the opportunity to ask questions in our session.

The webinars are open for EUSOBI members only. Additionally, EUSOBI members will be able to view the webinar recording online at the EUSOBI website about 2-3 weeks after the webinar. The recordings of Series 1, 2 and 3 are also still available if you scroll down to the end of this page.

 

Webinar Series 4 // 2023 // EUSOBI/EYC meets…

The fourth series of webinars is emphasizing the radiological multidisciplinary approach among different subspecialities to increase the width of knowledge beyond breast imaging. Experts will present general radiology topics that are useful in the daily clinical practice of a breast radiologist. This series is dedicated to strengthen radiological knowledge above and beyond breast imaging to promote continuous collaboration and discussion with other subspecialty radiological fields.

Programme Overview

Next Webinars

JAN 24, 2023: EUSOBI Webinar 4.1 / ...meets ESUR: Screening and BRCA

Speakers: Lucia Manganaro, Rome/IT; Pietro Panizza, Milan/IT
Moderators: Elisabetta Giannotti, Nottingham/UK & Luca Russo, Rome/IT
Date: Tuesday, January 24, 2023
Time: 17:00-18:15 CET

17:00 Hereditary ovarian cancer and imaging phenotypes – Lucia Manganaro, Rome/IT
17:30 The impact of imaging on breast cancer outcome in women with BRCA mutations and the importance of the radiologist in their management – Pietro Panizza, Milan/IT
18:00 Discussion, Q&A

General description, scope and objectives of this webinar
The programme of this webinar will cover the state of art and new perspectives in the evaluation of BRCA-associated hereditary breast and ovarian cancers and in the management of mutation carriers.

It is aimed at breast radiologists, radiology residents/juniors, medical or PhD students, nuclear medicine physicians or radiation therapists who want to improve their skills in:
– Imaging phenotypes in BRCA mutation carriers
– Screening, Imaging Protocols, recommandations and clinical scenarios in women with BRCA mutation
– Support of women and families with mutation: the role of the radiologist.

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:
– Identify the most appropriate imaging procedures and protocols to evaluate BRCA-associated breast and ovarian cancer
– Improve the capabilities in early diagnosis
– Understand what mutation carriers and politicians need to know.

FEB 15, 2023: EUSOBI Webinar 4.2 / ...meets ESUR: Peritoneal Carcinomatosis: A team management

Speaker: Stephanie Nougaret, St. Clement de Riviere/FR
Moderators: Marianna Fanizza, Milan/IT & Camilla Panico, Rome/IT
Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Time: 17:00-18:00 CET

General description, scope and objectives of this webinar
The programme of this webinar will cover the spectrum of peritoneal carcinomatosis in ovarian cancer.

It is aimed at breast radiologists, radiology residents/juniors, medical or PhD students, nuclear medicine physicians or radiation therapists who want to improve their skills in:
– Understanding pattern of spread of peritoneal carcinomatosis
– Targeting the important locations for patient management

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:
– Diagnose peritoneal carcinomatosis
– Asses the peritoneal carcinomatosis index score
– Give the critical locations prior surgery

MAR 15, 2023: EUSOBI Webinar 4.3 / ...meets ESR Patient Advisory Group: Better way to communicate and support patients

Speaker: Caro Justich, Vienna/AT
Moderator: Anna D’Angelo, Rome/IT
Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2023
Time: 18:00-19:00 CET

General description, scope and objectives of this webinar
The programme of this webinar will cover:

  • underlining the important role of the radiologist in a patients pathway and as a remaining gatekeeper. 
  • why a 360 degree approach that goes beyond the personal interest is relevant for the new positioning of radiologists in the medical world
  • how to catch the patient in their first shock and adequately prepare the patient for the next steps and support them in their „new changed life situation“ 
  • the power of communication, why communication and timing play a major role between radiologists, patients and other medical specialists
  • effective communication on a multidisciplinary level
  • need for communication trainings 
  • how AI can be used to optimize time for communication and of workflow 
  • helpful tools to be implemented to improve communication and personal coping and well being of radiologists having to transmit critical findings. 

It is aimed at breast radiologists, radiology residents/juniors, medical or PhD students, nuclear medicine physicians or radiation therapists who want to improve their skills in:

  • To understand the importance of communication, how theoretical knowledge can be transmitted into action and which tools can be used to support radiologists and the patients
  • To underline the important role of radiology for the patients. Radiology is a constant companion throughout the whole medical journey. For cancer patients it starts with the radiologist, where the assumptions of other medical specialists my become the patients´ new reality; continue to staging examinations until they undergo radiation therapy. 
  • To train communication skills by introducing communication methods as to implement helpful tools
  • To increase the visibility trough a 360 degree approach

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Better communicate with patients by understanding what is important for the other side “switching roles”.
  • Feel better having to transmit critical findings by knowing how to catch the patient in their first shock, by in providing the patients with helpful and supporting tools that adequately prepare them for the next steps and support communication.
  • Understand the importance of implementing AI effectively to improve patients information and interaction
  • Enjoying feedback and interaction with patients on eye level
  • Improve interaction on a multidisciplinary level

Past Webinars

Recordings of past webinars are/will be available for society members. Please scroll down to the end of this page > RECORDINGS

Registration

Registration for Webinar 4.1 will open mid December. Please note, registration is free of charge for active EUSOBI Members. 

Webinar Sponsor

We thank our sponsor for its kind support!

CME Info

An application for CME accreditation of EUSOBI Webinar Series 4 by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) has been submitted.

Recordings

You have missed our educational webinar(s)? We are happy to inform you that EUSOBI webinars are recorded and made available to our society members below, after a period of approximately 1 month.
Please login either at the right upper corner or by clicking on the respective video. If the access has been denied, please check your membership status in your EUSOBI Member Area or contact office@eusobi.org.

Webinar Series 1 // 2020 // Tips and Tricks in Breast MRI

The first series of webinars was entirely dedicated to the most complex and useful examination, Breast MRI. The experts were focusing on both technical and clinical issues and have addressed protocols, indications and reporting of breast MRI. Recordings of the webinars are available for EUSOBI Members.

 

Webinar Series 2 // 2021 // Advancements in Mammography

The second series of webinars was dedicated to Mammography. Experts have presented the most novel x-ray-based imaging modalities clinically available for breast imaging and currently under research that could have a role in the future; offered balanced content between cutting edge science and good everyday practice; updated on the role of different available modalities in screening; and discussed the role of artificial intelligence in screening and diagnosis of breast cancer. Recordings of the webinars are available for EUSOBI Members.

 

Webinar Series 3 // 2022 // RADIOLOGIST: HOW TO BE A MULTIDISCIPLINARY BOARD STAR!

The third series of webinars was dedicated to the multidisciplinary role of the breast radiologist. Multidisciplinary experts have presented the most relevant aspects of breast cancer therapy and gave tips on how to improve communication between specialties in a multidisciplinary setting. You could learn the most relevant aspects that the breast radiologists should be able to discuss with the multiple specialties involved in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Recordings of the webinars are available for EUSOBI Members.

- Lale Umutlu, Essen/DE 3.10 / Hybrid imaging of the breast, where are we at?Lale Umutlu, Essen/DE
- Laure Fournier, Paris/FR 3.9 / Multidisciplinary tumour-boards: a guide for beginnersLaure Fournier, Paris/FR
- Julia Camps Herrero & Laia Bernet, Valencia/ES 3.8 / Rad-Path correlation after NACJulia Camps Herrero & Laia Bernet, Valencia/ES
- Monique Dorrius & Bert van der Vegt, Groningen/NL 3.7 / Lesions with uncertain malignant potentialMonique Dorrius & Bert van der Vegt, Groningen/NL
- Helmut Prosch, Vienna/AT 3.6 / Breast cancer staging and re-staging: From pulmonary nodules to radiation therapyHelmut Prosch, Vienna/AT
- Icro Meattini, Florence/IT 3.5 / De-escalation of breast cancer treatments in low risk patientsIcro Meattini, Florence/IT
- Mintsje de Boer, Maastricht/NL 3.4 / BIA-ALC imaging and recommendation guidelinesMintsje de Boer, Maastricht/NL
- Georgette Oni, Nottingham/UK | for uncensored video please contact office@eusobi.org 3.3 / Oncoplastic surgery technique and what the surgeons need to know from radiologists (censored)Georgette Oni, Nottingham/UK | for uncensored video please contact office@eusobi.org
- A. Potempa, B. van der Velden, K. Jethwa, A. Marzogi, C. Trombadori, C. van Berlo & EYC Committee EYC Hot topic case-review: A focus on oncoplastic surgery and lymph nodesA. Potempa, B. van der Velden, K. Jethwa, A. Marzogi, C. Trombadori, C. van Berlo & EYC Committee
- Maximilian Marhold, Vienna/AT 3.2 / Side effects during chemotherapy: A guide for radiologistsMaximilian Marhold, Vienna/AT
- Matteo Lambertini, Genoa/IT 3.1 / Breast cancer, one name muliple diseases: When to stage and how to follow up patientsMatteo Lambertini, Genoa/IT
- M. de Boer, M. Lambertini, I. Meattini, G. Oni, B. van der Vegt & the EYC Committee MDT @EYC: A multidisciplinary case discussionM. de Boer, M. Lambertini, I. Meattini, G. Oni, B. van der Vegt & the EYC Committee
- Marco Stampanoni, Villigen/CH 2.10 / Phase Contrast MammographyMarco Stampanoni, Villigen/CH
- Magda Marcon, Zurich/CH 2.9 / Breast CTMagda Marcon, Zurich/CH
- Elisabetta Giannotti, Jonathan James, Nottingham/UK & Valeria Romeo, Naples/IT 2.8 / Applications of AI in screeningElisabetta Giannotti, Jonathan James, Nottingham/UK & Valeria Romeo, Naples/IT
- Eva M. Fallenberg, Munich/DE 2.7 / Contrast-enhanced Mammography: Experience from two centers (Session 2)Eva M. Fallenberg, Munich/DE
- Jonathan James, Nottingham/UK 2.6 / Contrast-enhanced Mammography: Experience from two centers (Session 1)Jonathan James, Nottingham/UK
- Fabienne Thibault, Paris/FR 2.5 / Contrast-enhanced Mammography: Clinical applicationsFabienne Thibault, Paris/FR
- Marc Lobbes, Sittard-Geleen/NL 2.4 / Contrast-enhanced Mammography: Technique and protocolsMarc Lobbes, Sittard-Geleen/NL
- Daniela Bernardi, Milan/IT 2.3 / Tomo-guided biopsy and Contrast-enhanced TomosynthesisDaniela Bernardi, Milan/IT
- Sophia Zackrisson, Malmö/SE 2.2 / The role of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis in screening and clinical practiceSophia Zackrisson, Malmö/SE
- Francesca Caumo, Verona/IT 2.1 / What is personalized screening?Francesca Caumo, Verona/IT
- Panagiotis Kapetas, Vienna/AT 1.8 / Clinical application: Management of MRI-only lesionsPanagiotis Kapetas, Vienna/AT
- Machteld Keupers, Leuven/BE 1.7 / Clinical application: ScreeningMachteld Keupers, Leuven/BE
- Silvia Perez, Madrid/ES 1.6 / Clinical application: Implant diagnosticsSilvia Perez, Madrid/ES
- Matthias Dietzel, Erlangen/DE 1.5 / Common issues and how to solve themMatthias Dietzel, Erlangen/DE
- Pascal Baltzer, Vienna/AT & Paola Clauser, Vienna/AT 1.4 / Problem solving or problem making?Pascal Baltzer, Vienna/AT & Paola Clauser, Vienna/AT
- Monique Dorrius, Groningen/NL 1.3 / Optimize diffusion-weighted imagingMonique Dorrius, Groningen/NL
- Katja Pinker-Domenig, New York/US; Vienna/AT 1.2 / Clinical application: Staging breast cancerKatja Pinker-Domenig, New York/US; Vienna/AT
- Pascal Baltzer, Vienna/AT 1.1 / Setting up your breast MRI protocolPascal Baltzer, Vienna/AT