Register for our next everlearning Lecture

Neuroradiology misses and how to avoid them – Part 2

presented by Dr Jean-Paul Dym

 

DATE | 26th May 2022

TIME| 18:00 BST (London) 

A recording of the webinar will be available within 24 hours of being broadcast.

Join us for the May everlearning Lecture, and continuation of last month's lecture hosted by Dr Jean-Paul Dym, who is in practice as a board-certified and neuroradiology CAQ-certified radiologist.

Key Objectives:

  • Review the most common missed Neuroradiology findings with image examples.
  • Discuss various reasons why these misses occur
  • Develop techniques to decrease the likelihood of having a missed neuroradiology finding happen to you.

This webinar provides 1 CPD credit in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists and RANZCR. CPD points are issued within a month of viewing. 
 
If you are a Radiologist, Radiographer or Sonographer you will receive 1 CPD point for watching this educational webinar, in accordance with the CPD schemes of the RCR and RANZCR. Your CPD certificate will be issued within one month of viewing. Please declare your profession in the form, and check your other details are accurate, to ensure you are issued with the correct certificate.*

 

Dr Dym Bio Image

presented by

Dr Jean-Paul Dym
MD

Dr Dym is in practice as a board and neuroradiology CAQ-certified neuroradiologist who did his fellowship training at Yale New Haven University Hospital and radiology residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. Until 2020, Dr Dym was Medical Director and member of the quality assurance team for one of the largest radiology practices in the country. Through this he has reviewed hundreds of misinterpreted neuroradiology studies over the years. This exposure has led him, as an expert in misdiagnosed studies, to lecture extensively regarding medical missed findings and errors. He is now on staff Neuroradiologist at Overlook Hospital, helping manage the Neuroradiology section associated with the largest Neuroscience center in New Jersey. His fields of expertise include all stroke imaging, trauma, tumors, and degenerative diseases.