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 and 2 are also still available if you scroll down to the end of this page.

 

Webinar Series 3 // 2022 // Radiologist: How to be a multidisciplinary board star!

The third series of webinars is dedicated to the multidisciplinary role of the breast radiologist. Multidisciplinary experts will present the most relevant aspects of breast cancer therapy and give tips on how to improve communication between specialties in a multidisciplinary setting. You will 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.

The kick-off event to this webinar series took place on November 3 – MDT @EYC: A multidisciplinary case discussion
As a member of EUSOBI you can access the recording of this event (scroll down to the end of this page).

Programme Overview

Next Webinars

JAN 27, 2022: EUSOBI Webinar 3.1 / Breast cancer, one name multiple diseases: When to stage and how to follow-up patients

Speaker: Matteo Lambertini, Genoa/IT
Moderators: Elisabetta Giannotti, Nottingham/UK & Fiona J. Gilbert, Cambridge/UK
Date: Thursday, January 27, 2022
Time: 18:00-19:00 CET

General description, scope and objectives of this webinar
The programme of this webinar will cover staging and follow-up strategies in breast cancer focusing specifically on surveillance of recurrence and new cancers. 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:
– Breast cancer follow-up strategies
– Breast cancer biological knowledge and prognostication by integrating clinico-pathological and genomic characteristics
– New issues in breast cancer survivorship care

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:
– To define the current evidence and state of the art on staging and follow-up strategies in breast cancer
– To understand the potential role of the current available biological knowledge, the refined prognostication by integrating clinico-pathological and genomic characteristics as well as the several specific treatment-related issues in exploring new targeted staging and follow-up strategies

FEB 9, 2022: EUSOBI Webinar 3.2 / Side effects during chemotherapy: a guide for radiologists

Speaker: Maximilian Marhold, Vienna/AT
Moderators: Maria Adele Marino, Messina/IT; Nina Pötsch, Vienna/AT
Date: Wednesday, February 9, 2022
Time: 17:00-18:00 CET

General description, scope and objectives of this webinar
The programme of this webinar will cover the side effects during chemotherapy.
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:
– Assessing chemotherapy and immunotherapy side effects
– Treating aforementioned side effects

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:
– Detect side effects more easily
– Discuss side effects in an interdisciplinary manner with medical oncologists

MAR 10, 2022: EUSOBI Webinar 3.3 / Oncoplastic surgery technique and what the surgeons need to know from radiologist

Speaker: Georgette Oni, Nottingham/UK
Moderators: Ioana Bene, Cluj-Napoca/RO; Paola Clauser, Vienna/AT
Date: Thursday, March 10, 2022
Time: 18:00-19:00 CET

General description, scope and objectives of this webinar
The programme of this webinar will cover the role of the breast/plastic surgeon in cancer management and how the relationship with radiology influences this.
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:
– Multidisciplinary working
– Complex oncoplastic breast surgery
– How radiology influences downstaging of breast cancer surgery

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:
– Understand the dynamic between surgeon, radiologist and surgical management of breast cancer

Registration

The registration to the webinars will open approx. 1 month prior to the scheduled date of each webinar.

CME Info

A CME application for the EUSOBI Webinar Series 3 has been sent to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®).

 

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.

- 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