Programme





Monday 24th June 2013

08.30–09.25   REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
09.25-09.30

  Welcome and Introduction
Dr Sue Barter
(Consultant Radiologist Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge)
Session 1   Blue Skies Lecture
09.30-10.15


Molecular imaging in Breast Cancer
Professor Fiona Gilbert
(Professor of Radiology, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge)
Session 2   Advances in Technology Sponsored by Philips Healthcare
10.15-10.45


Contrast enhanced mammography
Dr Anne Tardivon
(Consultant Radiologist, Institute Curie, Paris)
10.45-11.05


Spectral mammography
Dr Matthew Wallis
(Consultant Radiologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge)
11.05-11.15   Discussion
11.15-11.50   Coffee
Session 3   Protecting the patient & improving performance
11.50-12.10

 
Monitoring the Individual
Professor Alastair Gale
(Professor of Applied Vision Sciences, Loughborough University, Loughborough)
12.10-12.30

 
Improving individual performance
Dr Sian Taylor Philips
(Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Division of Health Sciences
University of Warwick, Coventry)
12.30-12.50

 
Improving team performance: a study of MDT decision making
Dr Sabrina Rajan
(Consultant Radiologist, St. James’s Hospital, Leeds)
12.50-13.05

 
Revalidation for Breast Radiologists: Update from the RCR
Dr Sue Barter
(Consultant Radiologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge)
13.05-13.15   Discussion
13.15-14.15   Lunch
Session 4   High Risk Screening
14.15-14.45


Radiology & pathology of potentially high risk lesions
Dr Merche Jimenez-Linan
(Consultant Histopathologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge)
Dr Fleur Kilburn-Toppin
(Consultant Radiologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge)
14.45-15.15


Screening BRCA1 mutation carriers with MRI only?
Dr Inge-Marie Obdeijn
(Consultant Radiologist, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
15.15-15.45

High risk screening with MR
Dr Ritse Mann
(Consultant Radiologist, University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands)
15.45-16.00   Discussion
16.00-16.25   Tea
16.25-17.10

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Lesions of uncertain malignant potential

Professor Sylvia H. Hewang-Köbrunner
(Professor of Radiology, Reference Centre Mammography, Munich, Germany))
19.00 for 19.30   Conference Dinner, Main Dining Hall, Robinson College


Tuesday 25th June 2013

Session 5   Trials Update
09.00–09.30


Breast tomosynthesis: its role in clinical mammography and screening
Professor Ingvar Andersson
(Chief Radiologist, Skåne University Hospital Malmö, Sweden)
09.30–10.00


Managing over diagnosis & treatment: trials past present & future
Dr Daniel Rea
(Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology, University Hospitals Birmingham)
10.00–10.30


Low Risk DCIS Trial
Miss Adele Francis
(Consultant Surgeon, University Hospitals Birmingham)
10.30–11.00


OPTIMAM: does the detector & post processing really alter reader performance?
Mr Alistair Mackenzie
(Research and Development Physicist, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford)
11.00-11.15   Discussion
11.15-11.45   Coffee
Session 6   Radiography: The Way Forward?
11.45-12.05

 

Consultant Radiographers: perception & practice
Ms Rachel Harris
(Professional Officer, The Society & College of Radiographers, London)
12.05-12.30


Staff-client interactions in the Breast Screening Assessment Clinic: A mixed methods approach
Ms Rita Borgen
(Consultant Radiographer, Burnley General Hospital, Burnley)
12.30-12.55


Radiographers as publishers
Ms Bev Snaith
(Consultant Radiographer, Pindersfield General Hospital, Wakefield))
12.55-13.10   Discussion
13.15-14.15   Lunch
Session 7   Monitoring & Evaluation of Screening
14.15-14.35


 
The value of screening from the epidemiological viewpoint
Dr Jacques Fracheboud M.D.
(Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
14.35-14.55


 
The Norway experience
Professor Solveig Hofvind
(Senior Researcher, Cancer Registry of Norway, Professor in Radiology, Oslo & Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway
14.55-15.15


The UK experience
Dr Gill Lawrence
(Director, West Midlands Cancer Intelligence Unit, Birmingham)
15.15-15.30   Discussion
15.30-15.50   Tea
Session 8   Personalised Screening: The Future?
15.50-16.10


The Theory
Professor Paul Pharoah
(Senior Clinical Research Fellow, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge)
16.10-16.30

 
Implementation
Professor D. Gareth Evans
(Honorary Professor of Medical Genetics and Cancer Epidemiology, University of Manchester)
16.30-16.40   Discussion
16.40-16.45   Closing Remarks