Program

ASIA PACIFIC

Commences 10.00am AEDT Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 24 hours concluding Sunday 22 May 2022 at 1.15pm AEDT 

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

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

4.30PM India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

4:30 PM

4:40PM

Welcome Address and Introduction to JICER and WFER
Anajali and Zaeem

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia

5:55 PM B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions

Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia
6:40 PM C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia/Africa
7:25 PM D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
India
8:10 PM Debate in emergency radiology: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
8:40 PM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

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

EUROPE

11:15 PM

 

Europe Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER

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

11:25 PM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
11:45 PM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Koenraad Hans Nieboer
12:05 AM Major incidents – personal experiences and lessons learnt
Elizabeth Dick
12:25 AM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
12:45 AM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
1:05 AM Session 2: The GI Tract
1:05 AM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
1:25 AM

Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

1:45 AM 

2:15 AM

2:40 AM

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergency interventions
Andrew Healey

3:00 AM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
3:15 AM Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli
3:35 AM Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico
3:55 AM Gynaecological emergencies in pregnancy
Rebecca Wiles
Session 4: Vascular pathology
4:25 AM Acute aortic pathology – imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
4:45 AM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
5:05 AM Middle East, Africa and Europe Concludes
5:05 AM  BREAK 

AMERICAS

5:00 AM Americas Region Commences
Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology 

5:00 AM

5:10 AM

Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER

Trauma WBCT: Where Are We Now?
Mark Bernstein

5:25 AM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
5:40 AM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
5:55 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
6:10 AM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
6:25 AM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
6:40 AM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
7:05 AM Stroke
Chris Potter
7:20 AM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
7:35 AM Emergency Center MSK MRI Protocols
Nicholas Beckmann
7:50 AM BREAK
Session 2A: Optimizing Emergency Radiology Services in Your Practice
8:15 AM Private
Marc Camacho
8:30 AM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
8:45 AM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
9:00 AM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
9:20 AM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
9:40 AM Cardiac
Savvas Nicolaou
10:00 AM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
10:20 AM MCI
Eric Roberge
10:40 AM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
11:00 AM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
11:15 AM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
11:30 AM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong

 

11:45 AM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

12:05 PM US
Michael Patlas
12:25 PM Pediatric
George Koberlein
12:45 PM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
1:05 PM Wrap Up JICER 2021
Ron, Ferco, Dinesh and Rathachai
1:15 PM Event Concludes

 

ASIA PACIFIC

Commences 4.30am Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 24 hours concluding Sunday 22 May 2022 at 7.45am 

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 Mukherji, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
6:10 AM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jentiranant, 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

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

11:00 AM

11:10 AM

 

Welcome Address and Introduce to JICER and WFER
Anajali and Zaeem

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?
India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia

12:25 PM B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions

Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia
1:10 PM C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia/Africa
1:55 PM D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
India
2:40 PM Debate in emergency radiology: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
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 Incidentaliomas 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 Gynaecological emergencies in pregnancy
Rebecca Wiles
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

Raghuram Lakshminarayan 

ASIA PACIFIC

Commences 12.00am CET Saturday 21 May 2022 and runs for the next 24 hours concluding Sunday 22 May 2022 at 3:15am CET

12:00 AM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
12:10 AM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
12:40 AM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
1:00 AM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
1:20 AM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherji, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
1:40 AM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jentiranant, Thailand
2:00 AM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
2:20 AM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
2:40 AM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
3:00 AM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
3:20 AM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
3:40 AM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
4:00 AM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
4:20 AM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
4:40 AM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
5:00 AM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
5:20 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
6:00 AM Closing Comments
6:05 AM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

6:30 AM

 

6:40 AM

Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER 
Anajali and Zaeem

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?
India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia

7:55 AM B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions

Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia
8:40 AM C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia/Africa
9:25 AM D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
India
10:10 AM Debate in emergency radiology: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
10:40 AM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

11:00 AM Middle East and Africa Commences
Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
11:00 AM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
11:10 AM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
11:20 AM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
11:35 AM Approach to Incidentaliomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
11:55 PM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
12:10 PM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
12:25 PM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
12:40 PM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
12:55 PM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

1:15 PM 

 

 

 

Europe Commences
Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER 

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

1:25 PM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
1:45 PM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Koenraad Hans Nieboer
2:05 PM Major incidents – how do we deal with that?
Elizabeth Dick
2:25 PM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
2:45 PM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
Session 2: The GI Tract
3:05 PM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
3:25 PM Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

3:45 PM
 

4:15 PM

 

4:40 PM

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergencies and intervention
Andrew Healey

5:00 PM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
5:15 PM

Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli

5:35 PM Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico
5:55 PM Gynaecological emergencies in pregnancy
Rebecca Wiles
Session 4: Vascular pathology
6:25 PM Acute aortic pathology – imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
6:45 PM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
7:05 PM Middle East and Africa and Europe Concludes
BREAK

AMERICAS

7:00 PM

Americas Region Commences
Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER

Session 1A: CT Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
7:10 PM Trauma WBCT: Where Are We Now? 
Mark Bernstein
7:25 PM Head/Face/Neck
Clint Sliker
7:40 PM Thorax Trauma
Felipe Munera
7:55 PM Abdomen/Pelvis
Iain Kirkpatrick
8:10 PM MSK
Adnan Sheikh
8:25 PM Spine Trauma
Ken Linnau
8:40 PM Spine Non-Trauma
Michele Johnson
Session 1B: MR Imaging Protocols in Emergency Radiology
9:05 PM Stroke
Chris Potter
9:20 PM Abdomen/Pelvis
Jennifer Uyeda
9:35 PM Emergency Center MSK MRI Protocols
Nicholas Beckmann
9:50 PM BREAK
Session 2A: Practice Structure Management
10:15 PM Private
Marc Camacho
10:30 PM Academic
Jamlik-Omari Johnson
10:45 PM Setting up a new Division
Ferco Berger
Session 2B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology I
11:00 PM IR Utilization in Trauma
Rodrick Zvavanjanja
11:20 PM Extremity CTA
Scott Steenburg
11:40 PM Cardiac
Savvas Nicoloau
12:00 AM GSW
Noah Ditkofsky
12:20 AM MCI
Eric Roberge
12:40 AM BREAK
Session 3A: Emergency Radiology Education and Scholarly Work
1:00 AM Residency/Fellowship Training
Tarek Hanna
1:15 AM Medical Student Training
Tracey Hillier
1:30 AM Incorporating Research in your ERad Practice
Suzanne Chong
1:45 AM

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

2:05 AM US
Michael Patlas
2:25 AM Pediatric
George Koberlein
2:45 AM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
3:05 AM Wrap Up JICER 2021
Ron, Ferco, Dinesh and Rathachai
3:15 AM Event Concludes

ASIA PACIFIC

Commences 5.00pm Friday 20 May 2022 and runs for the next 24 hours concluding Saturday 21 May 2022 at 8.15pm 

5:00 PM Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
A/Prof Dinesh Varma & Dr Rathachai Kaewlai
5:10 PM Introduction: Setting up an ER Division – Key Requirements
Dinesh Varma, Rathachai Kaewlai, Junichi Matsumoto
SESSION 1 Neuroimaging
5:40 PM Practical pearls on interpreting hyperacute stroke imaging
Ronil Chandra, Australia
6:00 PM Non traumatic Ophthalmologocal emergencies
Bundhit Tantiwongkosi, Thailand
6:20 PM Blunt and penetrating cerebrovascular injuries: Pitfalls, tips and tricks
Pratik Mukherji, Singapore
SESSION 2 Abdomen and pelvis
6:40 PM Tricks and traps in imaging of acute abdomen
Pinporn Jentiranant, Thailand
7:00 PM Imaging of GI bleeding
Choong-II Shin, South Korea
7:20 PM Reading CT for the best treatment strategy in blunt abdominal trauma
Junichi Matsumoto, Japan
7:40 PM Imaging of bowel and mesenetreric injury in blunt abdominal trauma
Dinesh Chinchure, Singapore
8:00 PM Urgent USG scan for children in emergency setting
Joyce Chan, Hong Kong
8:20 PM BREAK
SESSION 3 Vascular Imaging and Intervention
8:40 PM Nonvascular IR out of hours
Heather Moriarty, Australia
9:00 PM IR management in blunt abdominal trauma
Yon Cheong Wong, Taiwan
9:20 PM Hybrid ER system for hemodynamically unstable patients
Hirsohi Kondo, Japan
9:40 PM Pulmonary CT angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism: utilization, imaging features, and radiation dose
Chun-Ku Chen, Taiwan
SESSION 4 Quality and Safety
10:00 PM Quality and Safety in Major Trauma Imaging
John Vedelago, Australia
10:20 PM Patient throughput change at ER in COVID-19 era
Song-Ee Baek, South Korea
10:40 PM Using incident monitoring to learn from diagnostic erros (in Emergency Medicine)
Carmel Crock, Australia
11:00 PM Closing Comments
11:05 PM Asia Pacific Region Concludes
BREAK 

INDIA, SOUTH & CENTRAL ASIA

India, South and Central Asia Region Commences

11:30 PM

 

11:40 PM 

Welcome Address
Introduction to JICER and WFER
Anajali and Zaeem

 

A. Should self- sustained emergency radiology departments become a reality in the emerging world countries?
India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia

12:55 AM B. How international community can contribute to strengthening training programs in South and Central Asia
a. Needs and expectations
b. Solutions

Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia
1:40 AM C. Emergency radiology practice in resource limited settings
India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia/Africa
2:25 AM D. Acute chest pain in the ER- insights from the emerging world
India
3:10 AM Debate in emergency radiology: Image guided therapies should be an essential skill for an emergency radiologist
3:40 AM India, South and Central Asia Region Concludes
BREAK 

MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA

4:00 AM Middle East and Africa Commences
Imaging of Common Pathologies in the ED and Their Radiological Management
4:00 AM Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury Imaging
Dr Abdul Rahman
4:10 AM IR Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
Dr Abdul Rahman
4:20 AM Imaging of Acute Neurological Emergencies in the Oncological Patient
Muhammed Ejaz Ahmed
4:35 AM Approach to Incidentaliomas in Emergency Radiology
Dr Ashesh I. Ranchod
4:55 AM The Value of Dual Energy CT in the Acute Setting 
Dr Mohammed Fahim Mohammed
5:10 AM Role of MRI in Acute CNS Emergencies
Dr Shumaila Arooj
5:25 AM Non Accidental Injury in Children Presenting to Redcross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Dr Jumei Chang
5:40 AM Imaging Findings that Effect Treatment Decisions for Mechanical Thrombectomy
Dr Zakariya Vawda
5:55 AM Middle East and Africa Region Concludes
BREAK

EUROPE

6:15 AM

  

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

Session1: Polytrauma: are we ready to be the main actors?

6:25 AM ESER polytrauma guidelines: instructions for use
Stefan Wirth
6:45 AM Trauma Team: what is the radiologist’s role ?
Keonraad Hans Nieboer
7:05 AM Major incidents – personal experiences and lessons learnt
Elizabeth Dick
7:25 AM UK Paediatric Polytrauma Guidelines
Caren Landes
7:45 AM Major Trauma centre – protocols and pitfalls
Chris McLeavey
Session 2: The GI Tract
8:05 AM Common and uncommon complications after bariatric surgery
Francesca Iacobellis
8:25 AM Mesenteric ischemia and other Acute bowel pathology
Ana Blanco Barrio

8:45 AM 

9:15 AM 

9:40 AM

 

Blunt force abdominal trauma
Mariano Scaglione

Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally 
Allan Andi

Paediatric emergencies and intervention
Andrew Healey

10:00 AM BREAK
Session 3: The pregnant patient in the Emergency Department
10:15 AM

Imaging of acute neurologic conditions in pregnancy
Cem Calli

10:35 AM

Imaging of acute abdomen in pregnancy
Raffaella Basilico

10:55 AM Gynaecological emergencies in pregnancy
Rebecca Wiles
Session 4: Vascular pathology
11:25 AM Acute aortic pathology imaging, management, latest developments
Raghuram Lakshminarayan
11:45 AM Case review – solving the bleeding puzzle
Georgios Antoniades / Vivek Shrivastava
12:05 AM Middle East, Africa and Europe Concludes
BREAK 

AMERICAS

12:00 PM

Americas Region Commences
Welcome and Introduction to JICER and WFER

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

Session 3B: Special Considerations in Trauma Radiology II

Radiography in the Emergent Setting
Krystal Archer-Arroyo

7:05 PM US
Michael Patlas
7:25 PM Pediatric
George Koberlein
7:45 PM Intimate Partner Violence
Bharti Khurana
8:05 PM Wrap Up JICER 2021
8:15 PM Event Concludes