2022 RAD-AID Conference on International Radiology and Global Health
The 14th annual RAD-AID Conference on Global Health Radiology for Low-Resource Regions & Medically Underserved Communities took place in person at George Washington University, for the first time since 2019! We also had a hybrid option for those unable to attend in person. The conference recordings are available to each registrant, in-person as well as online.
This in-person event was held on Saturday, Nov 5th, at George Washington University (Jack Morton Auditorium in the Media and Public Affairs Building at 805 21st St NW) in Washington DC.
Our 2022 conference events included general audience speaker presentations and multiple panel Q&A sessions. This way, attendees could interact with speakers and discuss global health radiology projects to bring essential life-saving medical imaging to resource-poor regions throughout the world. The 2022 Conference agenda is available here.
Topics covered at the RAD-AID Conference are shown below. The lineup of speakers and schedule is available on the 2022 Conference agenda. On social media, we used #RADAID2022 to share more updates about the conference.
- Interventional Radiology in Global Health: IR physicians, Technologists and Nurses in Multidisciplinary IR services
- Implementing Tele-Ultrasound for Global Health Applications in Diagnostics and Point of Care Contexts
- Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging for Low-Resource Regions: SubSaharan Africa’s Growing Nuclear Medicine Departments
- Addressing Racial Health Disparities in the United States: RAD-AID USA Women’s Health Initiative for Breast/Cervical Cancer
- In-country Radiology Residency Development: Experiences from Tanzania, Botswana, Morocco, Liberia, Malawi & Guyana
- Ultrasound Outreach Strategies in Malawi, Laos, Kenya, Ghana, Peru, Nepal and others.
- Breast Imaging Education in Ghana and Guyana for Physicians, Technologists and Nurse Navigators
- Innovations in Global Health Informatics: Deployment of PACS in Low-Resource Settings
- Artificial Intelligence in Global Health: Impact on Radiology, Radiation Oncology, and Technologist Workflows
- RAD-AID’s Country Reports: The How-Tos and The Why of doing robust health sector analyses.
- Developing Global Health Strategies in Pakistan, Mongolia, and the South Pacific: Building New Programs
- Travel Restrictions Have Lifted: Now What? Keeping our Volunteers Safe, Effective and Impactful
- RAD-AID Chapter Experiences: Grass Roots Outreach from our partnered Academic Educational institutions
- Global Health Radiology Nursing: Training Nurses, Workflow Improvements, and Patient Safety
- Cancer Care in Low and Middle-Income Countries: Bridging Screening, Diagnostics, and Treatment
- Growing Radiology Infrastructure: New initiatives with economic development institutions in Nigeria, Ghana & Uganda
- RAD-AID’s Medical Student Program: Education and Field Projects
- RAD-AID’s Online Learning Center: Synchronizing Online and On-site learning for Best Outcomes
- Multidisciplinary Education in Liberia and Guyana
- Maternal Infant Health and Medical Imaging in Low-Resource Contexts
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Global Health Radiology Program Planning