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Program

   Commences 9:00am AEST Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 27 hours concluding Sunday 22 May 2022 at 12.15pm AEST

ASIA PACIFIC

9:00 AM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
9:10 AM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
9:40 AM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
10:00 AM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
10:20 AM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherjee, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
10:40 AM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jenjitranant, Thailand
11:00 AM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
11:20 AM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
11:40 AM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
12:00 PM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
12:20 PM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
12:40 PM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
1:00 PM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
1:20 PM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
1:40 PM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
2:00 PM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
2:20 PM Patient throughput change at ER in COVID-19 era
Song-Ee Baek, South Korea
2:40 PM Using incident monitoring to learn from diagnostic erros (in Emergency Medicine)
Carmel Crock, Australia
3:00 PM Closing Comments
3:05 PM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK 

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

3.30PM

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

Welcome Address and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Dr Anjali Agrawal & Dr Zaeem Ebrahim

 

3:40PM

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

Introduction of the concept
Dr Chirag Ahuja

Presentations
India: Dr Atin Kumar
Sri Lanka: Dr Indra Lekamge
Nepal:  Dr Ram Ghimire
Bangladesh: Dr Khalilur Rahman
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer
Nigeria: Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

Discussion
Dr Niranjan Khandelwal, Dr Atin Kumar, Dr Indra Lekamge, Dr Ram Ghimire, Dr Khalilur Rahman, Dr Aminath Nazeer, Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

The way forward
Dr Vineeta Ojha

Concluding remarks
Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

4:55 PM

B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions
Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi, Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Concept and speaker introduction
Dr Niraj Pandey

Issues and challenges, needs and expectations and post training implementation
Sri Lanka: Dr Badra Hewavithana
Nepal: Dr Benu Lohani
Bangladesh: Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer

Learnings from similar programs
India: Dr Niraj Pandey

Discussion
Moderators
Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi & Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Participants
Dr Niraj Pandey, Dr Badra Hewavithana, Dr Benu Lohani, Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy, Dr Aminath Nazeer

5:40 PM

C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
Moderators: Dr Shyamkumar & Dr N. Khandelwal

Concept introduction
Dr N. Khandelwal

Need for improvisation
Dr S. Rammurti

Optimizing imaging algorithms
Dr Munish Guleria

Optimizing manpower and subspecialty expertise
Dr Arjun Kalyanpur

Implementing Artificial intelligence tools for improved healthcare delivery
Dr Anjali Agrawal

Discussion
Dr Mukesh Kumar & Dr Balakrishna Shetty

6:25 PM

D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia & Dr Elizabeth Joseph

Introduction of the concept
Dr Anoop

Ischemic
Dr Manphool Singhal

Non-ischemic vascular
Dr Sanjeev Kumar

Building an algorithm for implementation in the ER
Dr Vimal Raj

Moderation and discussion
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia and Dr Elizabeth Joseph
Participants: Dr Anoop, Dr Manphool Singhal, Dr Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Vimal Raj

7:10 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
Moderators: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
FOR:
Dr Naveen Kalra
AGAINST:
Dr Anupam Jhobta

Rebuttal: Dr Naveen Kalra & Dr Anupam Jhobta

Opinion Polling (Live Polling)

Consensus Statement: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

7:40 PM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

8:00 PM Middle East and Africa Commences
SESSION 1: Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
8:00 PM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
8:10 PM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
8:20 PM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient 
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
8:35 PM Approach to Incidentalomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
8:55 PM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
9:10 PM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
9:25 PM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
9:40 PM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
9:55 PM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

10:15 PM

 

Europe Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Rafaella & Ram

Session 1: Polytrauma: are we ready to be the main actors?

10:25 PM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
10:45 PM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Koenraad Hans Nieboer
11:05 PM Major incidents – personal experiences and lessons learnt
Elizabeth Dick
11:25 PM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
11:45 PM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
12:05 AM Session 2: The GI Tract
12:05 AM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
12:25 AM

Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

12:45 AM 

1:15 AM

1:40 AM

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergency interventions
Andrew Healey

2:00 AM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
2:15 AM Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli
2:35 AM Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico
2:55 AM TBA
Session 4: Vascular pathology
3:25 AM Acute aortic pathology – imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
3:45 AM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
4:05 AM Middle East, Africa and Europe Concludes
4:05 AM  BREAK 

AMERICAS

4:00 AM Americas Region Commences
Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER
4:10 AM Trauma WBCT: Where Are We Now?
Mark Bernstein
4:25 AM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
4:40 AM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
4:55 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
5:10 AM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
5:25 AM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
5:40 AM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
6:05 AM Stroke
Chris Potter
6:20 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
6:35 AM Emergency Center MSK MRI Protocols
Nicholas Beckmann
6:50 AM BREAK
Session 2A: Optimizing Emergency Radiology Services in Your Practice
7:15 AM Private
Marc Camacho
7:30 AM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
7:45 AM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
8:00 AM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
8:20 AM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
8:40 AM Cardiac
Savvas Nicolaou
9:00 AM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
9:20 AM MCI
Eric Roberge
9:40 AM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
10:00 AM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
10:15 AM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
10:30 AM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong

 

10:45 AM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

11:05 PM US
Michael Patlas
11:25 PM Pediatric
George Koberlein
11:45 PM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
12:05 PM Wrap Up JICER 2021
Ron, Ferco, Dinesh and Rathachai
12:15 PM Event Concludes

Commences 4.30am Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 27 hours concluding Sunday 22 May 2022 at 7.45am

 

ASIA PACIFIC

4:30 AM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
4:40 AM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
5:10 AM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
5:30 AM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
5:50 AM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherjee, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
6:10 AM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jenjitranant, Thailand
6:30 AM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
6:50 AM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
7:10 AM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
7:30 AM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
7:50 AM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
8:10 AM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
8:30 AM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
8:50 AM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
9:10 AM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
9:30 AM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
9:50 AM Patient throughput change at ER in COVID-19 era
Song-Ee Baek, South Korea
10:10 AM Using incident monitoring to learn from diagnostic erros (in Emergency Medicine)
Carmel Crock, Australia
10:30 AM Closing Comments
10:30 AM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK 

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

11:00AM

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

Welcome Address and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Dr Anjali Agrawal & Dr Zaeem Ebrahim

11:10 AM

 

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

Introduction of the concept
Dr Chirag Ahuja

Presentations
India: Dr Atin Kumar
Sri Lanka: Dr Indra Lekamge
Nepal:  Dr Ram Ghimire
Bangladesh: Dr Khalilur Rahman
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer
Nigeria: Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

Discussion
Dr Niranjan Khandelwal, Dr Atin Kumar, Dr Indra Lekamge, Dr Ram Ghimire, Dr Khalilur Rahman, Dr Aminath Nazeer, Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

The way forward
Dr Vineeta Ojha

Concluding remarks
Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

12:25 PM

B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions
Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi, Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Concept and speaker introduction
Dr Niraj Pandey

Issues and challenges, needs and expectations and post training implementation
Sri Lanka: Dr Badra Hewavithana
Nepal: Dr Benu Lohani
Bangladesh: Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer

Learnings from similar programs
India: Dr Niraj Pandey

Discussion
Moderators
Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi & Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Participants
Dr Niraj Pandey, Dr Badra Hewavithana, Dr Benu Lohani, Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy, Dr Aminath Nazeer

1:10 PM

C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
Moderators: Dr Shyamkumar & Dr N. Khandelwal

Concept introduction
Dr N. Khandelwal

Need for improvisation
Dr S. Rammurti

Optimizing imaging algorithms
Dr Munish Guleria

Optimizing manpower and subspecialty expertise
Dr Arjun Kalyanpur

Implementing Artificial intelligence tools for improved healthcare delivery
Dr Anjali Agrawal

Discussion
Dr Mukesh Kumar & Dr Balakrishna Shetty

1:55 PM

D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia & Dr Elizabeth Joseph

Introduction of the concept
Dr Anoop

Ischemic
Dr Manphool Singhal

Non-ischemic vascular
Dr Sanjeev Kumar

Building an algorithm for implementation in the ER
Dr Vimal Raj

Moderation and discussion
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia and Dr Elizabeth Joseph
Participants: Dr Anoop, Dr Manphool Singhal, Dr Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Vimal Raj

2:40 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
Moderators: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
FOR:
Dr Naveen Kalra
AGAINST:
Dr Anupam Jhobta

Rebuttal: Dr Naveen Kalra & Dr Anupam Jhobta

Opinion Polling (Live Polling)

Consensus Statement: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

3:10 PM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

3:30 PM Middle East and Africa Commences
Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
3:30 PM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
3:40 PM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
3:50 PM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
4:05 PM Approach to Incidentalomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
4:25 PM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
4:40 PM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
4:55 PM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
5:10 PM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
5:25 PM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

 5:45 PM

 

Europe Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Rafaella and Ram

Session 1: Polytrauma: are we ready to be the main actors?

5:55 PM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
6:15 PM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Koenraad Hans Nieboer 
6:35 PM Major incidents – how do we deal with that?
Elizabeth Dick
6:55 PM UK Peadiatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
7:15 PM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
Session 2: The GI Tract
7:35 PM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
7:55 PM Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

8:15 PM 


8:45PM


9:10 PM

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergencies interventions
Andrew Healey

9:30 PM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
9:45 PM Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli
10:05 PM Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico
10:25 PM TBA
Session 4: Vascular pathology
10:55 PM Acute aortic pathology – imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
11:15 PM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
11:35 PM Middle East, Africa and Europe Region Concludes 
BREAK 

AMERICAS

11:30 PM

Americas Region Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER

11:40 PM Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
11:40 PM Trauma WBCT: Where Are We Now? 
Mark Bernstein
11:55 PM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
12:10 AM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
12:25 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
12:40 AM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
12:55 AM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
1:10 AM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
1:35 AM Stroke
Chris Potter
1:50 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
2:05 AM MSK
Nicholas Beckmann
2:20 AM BREAK
Session 2A: Optimizing Emergency Radiology Services in Your Practice
2:45 AM Private
Marc Camacho
3:00 AM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
3:15 AM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
3:30 AM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
3:50 AM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
4:10 AM Cardiac
Savvas Nicoloau
4:30 AM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
4:50 AM MCI
Eric Roberge
5:10 AM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
5:30 AM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
5:45 AM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
6:00 AM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong

 

6:15 AM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

6:35 AM US
Michael Patlas
6:55 AM Pediatric
George Koberlein
7:15 AM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
7:35 AM Wrap Up JICER 2021
Ron, Ferco, Dinesh and Rathachai
7:45 AM Event Concludes

Commences 1.00am CET Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 27 hours concluding Sunday 22 May 2022 at 4:15am CET

 

ASIA PACIFIC

1:00 AM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
1:10 AM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
1:40 AM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
2:00 AM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
2:20 AM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherjee, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
2:40 AM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jenjitranant, Thailand
3:00 AM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
3:20 AM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
3:40 AM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
4:00 AM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
4:20 AM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
4:40 AM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
5:00 AM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
5:20 AM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
5:40 AM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
6:00 AM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
6:20 AM Patient throughput change at ER in COVID-19 era
Song-Ee Baek, South Korea
5:40 AM Using incident monitoring to learn from diagnostic erros (in Emergency Medicine)
Carmel Crock, Australia
7:00 AM Closing Comments
7:05 AM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

7:30 AM

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

Welcome Address and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Dr Anajali Agrawal & Dr Zaeem Ebrahim

 7:40 AM

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

Introduction of the concept
Dr Chirag Ahuja

Presentations
India: Dr Atin Kumar
Sri Lanka: Dr Indra Lekamge
Nepal:  Dr Ram Ghimire
Bangladesh: Dr Khalilur Rahman
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer
Nigeria: Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

Discussion
Dr Niranjan Khandelwal, Dr Atin Kumar, Dr Indra Lekamge, Dr Ram Ghimire, Dr Khalilur Rahman, Dr Aminath Nazeer, Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

The way forward
Dr Vineeta Ojha

Concluding remarks
Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

8:55 AM

B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions
Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi, Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Concept and speaker introduction
Dr Niraj Pandey

Issues and challenges, needs and expectations and post training implementation
Sri Lanka: Dr Badra Hewavithana
Nepal: Dr Benu Lohani
Bangladesh: Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer

Learnings from similar programs
India: Dr Niraj Pandey

Discussion
Moderators
Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi & Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Participants
Dr Niraj Pandey, Dr Badra Hewavithana, Dr Benu Lohani, Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy, Dr Aminath Nazeer

9:40 AM

C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
Moderators: Dr Shyamkumar & Dr N. Khandelwal

Concept introduction
Dr N. Khandelwal

Need for improvisation
Dr S. Rammurti

Optimizing imaging algorithms
Dr Munish Guleria

Optimizing manpower and subspecialty expertise
Dr Arjun Kalyanpur

Implementing Artificial intelligence tools for improved healthcare delivery
Dr Anjali Agrawal

Discussion
Dr Mukesh Kumar & Dr Balakrishna Shetty

10:25 AM

D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia & Dr Elizabeth Joseph

Introduction of the concept
Dr Anoop

Ischemic
Dr Manphool Singhal

Non-ischemic vascular
Dr Sanjeev Kumar

Building an algorithm for implementation in the ER
Dr Vimal Raj

Moderation and discussion
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia and Dr Elizabeth Joseph
Participants: Dr Anoop, Dr Manphool Singhal, Dr Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Vimal Raj

11:10 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
Moderators: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
FOR:
Dr Naveen Kalra
AGAINST:
Dr Anupam Jhobta

Rebuttal: Dr Naveen Kalra & Dr Anupam Jhobta

Opinion Polling (Live Polling)

Consensus Statement: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

11:40 AM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

12:00 PM Middle East and Africa Commences
Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
12:00 PM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
12:10 PM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
12:20 PM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
12:35 PM Approach to Incidentalomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
12:55 PM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
1:10 PM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
1:25 PM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
1:40 PM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
1:55 PM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

2:15 PM 

 

 

 

Europe Commences
Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER 
Rafaella & Ram

Session 1: Polytrauma: are we ready to be the main actors?

2:25 PM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
2:45 PM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Koenraad Hans Nieboer
3:05 PM Major incidents – how do we deal with that?
Elizabeth Dick
3:25 PM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
3:45 PM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
Session 2: The GI Tract
4:05 PM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
4:25 PM Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

4:45 PM
 

5:15 PM

 

5:40 PM

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergencies and intervention
Andrew Healey

6:00 PM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
6:15 PM

Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli

6:35 PM Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico
6:55 PM TBA
Session 4: Vascular pathology
7:25 PM Acute aortic pathology – imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
7:45 PM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
8:05 PM Middle East and Africa and Europe Concludes
BREAK

AMERICAS

8:00 PM

Americas Region Commences
Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER

Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
8:10 PM Trauma WBCT: Where Are We Now? 
Mark Bernstein
8:25 PM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
8:40 PM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
8:55 PM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
9:10 PM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
9:25 PM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
9:40 PM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
10:05 PM Stroke
Chris Potter
10:20 PM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
10:35 PM Emergency Center MSK MRI Protocols
Nicholas Beckmann
10:50 PM BREAK
Session 2A: Practice Structure Management
11:15 PM Private
Marc Camacho
11:30 PM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
11:45 PM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
12:00 AM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
12:20 AM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
12:40 AM Cardiac
Savvas Nicoloau
1:00 AM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
1:20 AM MCI
Eric Roberge
1:40 AM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
2:00 AM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
2:15 AM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
2:30 AM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong
2:45 AM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

3:05 AM US
Michael Patlas
3:25 AM Pediatric
George Koberlein
3:45 AM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
4:05 AM Wrap Up JICER 2021
Ron, Ferco, Dinesh and Rathachai
4:15 AM Event Concludes

 

Commences 6.00pm Friday 20 May 2022 and runs for the next 27 hours concluding Saturday 21 May 2022 at 9.15pm 

ASIA PACIFIC 

6:00 PM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
6:10 PM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
6:40 PM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
7:00 PM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
7:20 PM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherjee, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
7:40 PM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jenjitranant, Thailand
8:00 PM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
8:20 PM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
8:40 PM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
9:00 PM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
9:20 PM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
9:40 PM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
10:00 PM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
10:20 PM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
10:40 PM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
11:00 PM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
11:20 PM Patient throughput change at ER in COVID-19 era
Song-Ee Baek, South Korea
11:40 PM Using incident monitoring to learn from diagnostic erros (in Emergency Medicine)
Carmel Crock, Australia
12:00 AM Closing Comments
12:05 AM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK 

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

 

 12:30 AM

 

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
Dr Anajali Agrawal & Dr Zaeem Ebrahim

12:40 AM 

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

Introduction of the concept
Dr Chirag Ahuja

Presentations
India: Dr Atin Kumar
Sri Lanka: Dr Indra Lekamge
Nepal:  Dr Ram Ghimire
Bangladesh: Dr Khalilur Rahman
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer
Nigeria: Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

Discussion
Dr Niranjan Khandelwal, Dr Atin Kumar, Dr Indra Lekamge, Dr Ram Ghimire, Dr Khalilur Rahman, Dr Aminath Nazeer, Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

The way forward
Dr Vineeta Ojha

Concluding remarks
Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

1:55 AM

B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions
Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi, Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Concept and speaker introduction
Dr Niraj Pandey

Issues and challenges, needs and expectations and post training implementation
Sri Lanka: Dr Badra Hewavithana
Nepal: Dr Benu Lohani
Bangladesh: Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer

Learnings from similar programs
India: Dr Niraj Pandey

Discussion
Moderators
Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi & Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Participants
Dr Niraj Pandey, Dr Badra Hewavithana, Dr Benu Lohani, Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy, Dr Aminath Nazeer

2:40 AM

C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
Moderators: Dr Shyamkumar & Dr N. Khandelwal

Concept introduction
Dr N. Khandelwal

Need for improvisation
Dr S. Rammurti

Optimizing imaging algorithms
Dr Munish Guleria

Optimizing manpower and subspecialty expertise
Dr Arjun Kalyanpur

Implementing Artificial intelligence tools for improved healthcare delivery
Dr Anjali Agrawal

Discussion
Dr Mukesh Kumar & Dr Balakrishna Shetty

3:25 AM

D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia & Dr Elizabeth Joseph

Introduction of the concept
Dr Anoop

Ischemic
Dr Manphool Singhal

Non-ischemic vascular
Dr Sanjeev Kumar

Building an algorithm for implementation in the ER
Dr Vimal Raj

Moderation and discussion
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia and Dr Elizabeth Joseph
Participants: Dr Anoop, Dr Manphool Singhal, Dr Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Vimal Raj

4:10 AM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
Moderators: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
FOR:
Dr Naveen Kalra
AGAINST:
Dr Anupam Jhobta

Rebuttal: Dr Naveen Kalra & Dr Anupam Jhobta

Opinion Polling (Live Polling)

Consensus Statement: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

4:40 AM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

5:00 AM Middle East and Africa Commences
Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
5:00 AM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
5:10 AM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
5:20 AM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
5:35 AM Approach to Incidentalomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
5:55 AM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting 
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
6:10 AM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
6:25 AM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
6:40 AM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
6:55 AM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

7:15 AM

  

Europe Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Rafaella and Ram

Session 1: Polytrauma: are we ready to be the main actors?

7:25 AM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
7:45 AM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Keonraad Hans Nieboer
8:05 AM Major incidents – personal experiences and lessons learnt
Elizabeth Dick
8:25 AM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
8:45 AM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
Session 2: The GI Tract
9:05 AM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
9:25 AM Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

9:45 AM 

10:15 AM 

10:40 AM

 

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally 
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergencies and intervention
Andrew Healey

11:00 AM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
11:15 AM

Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli

11:35 AM

Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico

11:55 AM TBA
Session 4: Vascular pathology
12:25 AM Acute aortic pathology imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
12:45 AM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
1:05 AM Middle East, Africa and Europe Concludes
BREAK 

AMERICAS

1:00 PM

Americas Region Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER

Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
1:10 PM Pan Scan overview
Mark Bernstein
1:25 PM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
1:40 PM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
1:55 PM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
2:10 PM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
2:25 PM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
2:40 PM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
3:05 PM Stroke
Chris Potter
3:20 PM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
3:35 PM Emergency Center MSK MRI Protocols
Nicholas Beckmann
3:50 PM BREAK
Session 2A: Optimizing Emergency Radiology Services in Your Practice
4:15 PM Private
Marc Camacho
4:30 PM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
4:45 PM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
5:00 PM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
5:20 PM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
5:40 PM Cardiac
Savvas Nicoloau
6:00 PM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
6:20 PM MCI
Eric Roberge
6:40 PM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
7:00 PM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
7:15 PM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
7:30 PM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong
7:45 PM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

8:05 PM US
Michael Patlas
8:25 PM Pediatric
George Koberlein
8:45 PM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
9:05 PM Wrap Up JICER 2021
9:15 PM Event Concludes

 

Commences 8.00am Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 27 hours concluding Sunday 21 May 2022 at 11.15am 

ASIA PACIFIC 

8.00 AM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
8.10 AM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
8.40 AM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
9.00 AM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
9.20 AM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherjee, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
9.40 AM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jenjitranant, Thailand
10.00 AM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
10.20 AM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
10.40 AM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
11.00 AM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
11.20 AM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
11:40 AM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
12:00 PM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
12:20 PM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
12:40 PM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
1:00 PM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
1:20 PM Patient throughput change at ER in COVID-19 era
Song-Ee Baek, South Korea
1:40 PM Using incident monitoring to learn from diagnostic erros (in Emergency Medicine)
Carmel Crock, Australia
2:00 PM Closing Comments
2:05 PM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK 

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

 

2:30 PM

 

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
Dr Anajali Agrawal & Dr Zaeem Ebrahim

2:40 PM 

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

Introduction of the concept
Dr Chirag Ahuja

Presentations
India: Dr Atin Kumar
Sri Lanka: Dr Indra Lekamge
Nepal:  Dr Ram Ghimire
Bangladesh: Dr Khalilur Rahman
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer
Nigeria: Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

Discussion
Dr Niranjan Khandelwal, Dr Atin Kumar, Dr Indra Lekamge, Dr Ram Ghimire, Dr Khalilur Rahman, Dr Aminath Nazeer, Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

The way forward
Dr Vineeta Ojha

Concluding remarks
Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

3:55 PM

B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions
Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi, Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Concept and speaker introduction
Dr Niraj Pandey

Issues and challenges, needs and expectations and post training implementation
Sri Lanka: Dr Badra Hewavithana
Nepal: Dr Benu Lohani
Bangladesh: Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer

Learnings from similar programs
India: Dr Niraj Pandey

Discussion
Moderators
Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi & Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Participants
Dr Niraj Pandey, Dr Badra Hewavithana, Dr Benu Lohani, Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy, Dr Aminath Nazeer

4:40 PM

C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
Moderators: Dr Shyamkumar & Dr N. Khandelwal

Concept introduction
Dr N. Khandelwal

Need for improvisation
Dr S. Rammurti

Optimizing imaging algorithms
Dr Munish Guleria

Optimizing manpower and subspecialty expertise
Dr Arjun Kalyanpur

Implementing Artificial intelligence tools for improved healthcare delivery
Dr Anjali Agrawal

Discussion
Dr Mukesh Kumar & Dr Balakrishna Shetty

5:25 PM

D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia & Dr Elizabeth Joseph

Introduction of the concept
Dr Anoop

Ischemic
Dr Manphool Singhal

Non-ischemic vascular
Dr Sanjeev Kumar

Building an algorithm for implementation in the ER
Dr Vimal Raj

Moderation and discussion
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia and Dr Elizabeth Joseph
Participants: Dr Anoop, Dr Manphool Singhal, Dr Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Vimal Raj

6:10 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
Moderators: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
FOR:
Dr Naveen Kalra
AGAINST:
Dr Anupam Jhobta

Rebuttal: Dr Naveen Kalra & Dr Anupam Jhobta

Opinion Polling (Live Polling)

Consensus Statement: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

6:40 PM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

7:00 PM Middle East and Africa Commences
Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
7:00 PM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
7:10 PM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
7:20 PM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
7:35PM Approach to Incidentalomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
7:55 PM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting 
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
8:10 PM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
8:25 PM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
8:40 PM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
8:55 PM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

9:15 PM

 

Europe Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Rafaella and Ram

Session 1: Polytrauma: are we ready to be the main actors?

9:25 PM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
9:45 PM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Keonraad Hans Nieboer
10:05 PM Major incidents – personal experiences and lessons learnt
Elizabeth Dick
10:25 PM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
10:45 PM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
Session 2: The GI Tract
11:05 PM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
11:25 PM Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

11:45 PM 

12:15 AM 

12:40 AM

 

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally 
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergencies and intervention
Andrew Healey

1:00 AM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
1:15 AM Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli
1:35 AM

Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico

1:55 AM Gynaecological emergencies in pregnancy
Rebecca Wiles
Session 4: Vascular pathology
2:25 AM Acute aortic pathology imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
2:45 AM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
3:05 AM Middle East, Africa and Europe Concludes
BREAK 

AMERICAS

3:00 AM

Americas Region Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER

Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
3:10 AM Pan Scan overview
Mark Bernstein
3:25 AM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
3:40 AM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
3:55 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
4:10 AM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
4:25 AM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
4:40 AM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
5:05 AM Stroke
Chris Potter
5:20 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
5:35 AM Emergency Center MSK MRI Protocols
Nicholas Beckmann
5:50 AM BREAK
Session 2A: Optimizing Emergency Radiology Services in Your Practice
6:15 AM Private
Marc Camacho
6:30 AM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
6:45 AM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
7:00 AM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
7:20 AM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
7:40 AM Cardiac
Savvas Nicoloau
8:00 AM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
8:20 AM MCI
Eric Roberge
8:40 AM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
9:00 AM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
9:15 AM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
9:30 AM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong
9:45 AM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

10:05 AM US
Michael Patlas
10:25 AM Pediatric
George Koberlein
10:45 AM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
11:05 AM Wrap Up JICER 2021
11:15 AM Event Concludes

 

Commences 3.00am Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 27 hours concluding Sunday 21 May 2022 at 6.15am 

ASIA PACIFIC 

3:00 AM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
3:10 AM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
3:40 AM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
4:00 AM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
4:20 AM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherjee, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
4:40 AM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jenjitranant, Thailand
5:00 AM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
5:20 AM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
5:40 AM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
6:00 AM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
6:20 AM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
6:40 AM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
7:00 AM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
7:20 AM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
7:40 AM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
8:00 AM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
8:20 AM Patient throughput change at ER in COVID-19 era
Song-Ee Baek, South Korea
8:40 AM Using incident monitoring to learn from diagnostic erros (in Emergency Medicine)
Carmel Crock, Australia
9:00 AM Closing Comments
9:05 AM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK 

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

 

9:30 AM

 

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
Dr Anajali Agrawal & Dr Zaeem Ebrahim

9:40 AM 

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

Introduction of the concept
Dr Chirag Ahuja

Presentations
India: Dr Atin Kumar
Sri Lanka: Dr Indra Lekamge
Nepal:  Dr Ram Ghimire
Bangladesh: Dr Khalilur Rahman
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer
Nigeria: Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

Discussion
Dr Niranjan Khandelwal, Dr Atin Kumar, Dr Indra Lekamge, Dr Ram Ghimire, Dr Khalilur Rahman, Dr Aminath Nazeer, Dr Ahmed Ahidjo

The way forward
Dr Vineeta Ojha

Concluding remarks
Dr Sanjiv Sharma & Dr Anjali Agrawal

10:55 AM

B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions
Moderators: Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi, Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Concept and speaker introduction
Dr Niraj Pandey

Issues and challenges, needs and expectations and post training implementation
Sri Lanka: Dr Badra Hewavithana
Nepal: Dr Benu Lohani
Bangladesh: Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy
Maldives: Dr Aminath Nazeer

Learnings from similar programs
India: Dr Niraj Pandey

Discussion
Moderators
Dr Sanjiv Sharma, Dr Ramdas Senasi & Dr Kushaljit Sodhi

Participants
Dr Niraj Pandey, Dr Badra Hewavithana, Dr Benu Lohani, Dr Md Ubaidul Islam Bappy, Dr Aminath Nazeer

11:40 AM

C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
Moderators: Dr Shyamkumar & Dr N. Khandelwal

Concept introduction
Dr N. Khandelwal

Need for improvisation
Dr S. Rammurti

Optimizing imaging algorithms
Dr Munish Guleria

Optimizing manpower and subspecialty expertise
Dr Arjun Kalyanpur

Implementing Artificial intelligence tools for improved healthcare delivery
Dr Anjali Agrawal

Discussion
Dr Mukesh Kumar & Dr Balakrishna Shetty

12:25 PM

D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia & Dr Elizabeth Joseph

Introduction of the concept
Dr Anoop

Ischemic
Dr Manphool Singhal

Non-ischemic vascular
Dr Sanjeev Kumar

Building an algorithm for implementation in the ER
Dr Vimal Raj

Moderation and discussion
Moderators: Dr Priya Jagia and Dr Elizabeth Joseph
Participants: Dr Anoop, Dr Manphool Singhal, Dr Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Vimal Raj

1:10 PM

PANEL DISCUSSION: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
Moderators: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
FOR:
Dr Naveen Kalra
AGAINST:
Dr Anupam Jhobta

Rebuttal: Dr Naveen Kalra & Dr Anupam Jhobta

Opinion Polling (Live Polling)

Consensus Statement: Dr Akshay Saxena & Dr Sunil Puri

1:40 PM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

2:00 PM Middle East and Africa Commences
Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
2:00 PM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
2:10 PM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
2:20 PM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
2:35 PM Approach to Incidentalomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
2:55 PM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting 
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
3:10 PM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
3:25 PM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
3:40 PM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
3:55 PM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

4:15 PM

 

Europe Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Rafaella and Ram

Session 1: Polytrauma: are we ready to be the main actors?

4:25 PM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
4:45 PM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Keonraad Hans Nieboer
5:05 PM Major incidents – personal experiences and lessons learnt
Elizabeth Dick
5:25 PM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
5:45 PM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
Session 2: The GI Tract
6:05 PM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
6:25 PM Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

6:45 PM 

7:15 PM 

7:40 PM

 

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally 
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergencies and intervention
Andrew Healey

8:00 PM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
8:15 PM Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli
8:35 PM

Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico

8:55 PM TBA
Session 4: Vascular pathology
9:25 PM Acute aortic pathology imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
9:45 PM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
10:05 PM Middle East, Africa and Europe Concludes
BREAK 

AMERICAS

10:00 PM

Americas Region Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER

Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
10:10 PM Pan Scan overview
Mark Bernstein
10:25 PM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
10:40 PM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
10:55 PM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
11:10 PM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
11:25 PM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
11:40 PM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
12:05 AM Stroke
Chris Potter
12:20 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
12:35 AM Emergency Center MSK MRI Protocols
Nicholas Beckmann
12:50 AM BREAK
Session 2A: Optimizing Emergency Radiology Services in Your Practice
1:15 AM Private
Marc Camacho
1:30 AM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
1:45 AM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
2:00 AM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
2:20 AM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
2:40 AM Cardiac
Savvas Nicoloau
3:00 AM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
3:20 AM MCI
Eric Roberge
3:40 AM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
4:00 AM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
4:15 AM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
4:30 AM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong
4:45 AM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

5:05 AM US
Michael Patlas
5:25 AM Pediatric
George Koberlein
5:45 AM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
6:05 AM Wrap Up JICER 2021
6:15 AM Event Concludes