RAD-AID Conference 2023

In Person Registration for RAD-AID Conference 2023

2023 RAD-AID Conference on International Radiology and Global Health

The 15th annual RAD-AID Conference on International Radiology and Global Health is now open for registration. Our in-person conference event will be held on Saturday November 4th at George Washington University (Jack Morton Auditorium in the Media and Public Affairs Building at 805 21st Street, NW) in Washington DC.

This conference presents important topics and networking opportunities on global health outreach for radiology and radiation oncology in helping low and middle-income countries (LMICs) as well as medically underserved populations in high-income countries.  Registration is currently available for in-person attendance.

Hybrid Conference

Unable to attend in-person this year? We’ve got you covered! RAD-AID will be giving the option of virtual attendance for this year’s conference. Virtual attendees will still be eligible for CME/CE credits. More information will be dispersed as the date gets closer. Recordings will be sent out to ALL attendees, virtual and in-person. Please click here to register for the Virtual Conference.

VIRTUAL Registration for RAD-AID Conference 2023

Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be honored for cancelled registration up until October 1st, 2023.

RAD-AID Conference Panel Discussion, 2022

RAD-AID Conference Panel Discussion, 2022

The format of RAD-AID Conference includes ~25 short 15 minute presentations and panel discussions with audience comments/Q&A on global health radiology topics from around the world, covering strategies for increasing and improving health equity. Conference attendees include physicians, radiologic technologists, nurses, sonographers, medical physicists, IT-specialists, nonprofits, business managers, engineers, and public health specialists, for a robust interdisciplinary dialogue on global health equity.

Free breakfast and lunch are provided on-site, in addition to providing CME, CE, and Contact Hours for physicians, technologists, and nurses, respectively. The number of available credits will be announced later, pending approval by the CME/CE/Contact-Hour administration entities. As a guide, past RAD-AID Conferences have awarded 8-12 credits to in-person and virtual participants.  RAD-AID Chapter Members will be able to participate in an interactive roundtable discussion for chapter governance, projects, and development on Sunday November 5th from 8:30am-12:30pm. Please email srike@rad-aid.org if you are a chapter member interested in attending the Roundtable and have not yet received the link to register.

RAD-AID Conference Audience Q/A + Discussion, 2022

RAD-AID Conference Audience Q/A + Discussion, 2022

Topics and themes to be covered (either as individual talks or multiple presentations/posters/discussions) at RAD-AID Conference are shown below.  The speaker lineup & schedule will be available on the 2023 Conference agenda document (to be posted soon).  On social media, we will use #RADAID2023 to share more updates about the conference.

You can now submit an abstract for an oral presentation or a poster presentation at the 2023 RAD-AID Conference! Learn how you can showcase your work and/or research on global health radiology here.

Preliminary Topics Include:

  1. Interventional radiology for global health outreach
  2. Breast Imaging: RAD-AID fellowship development in in low and middle-income countries (LMICs).
  3. What is Tele-Ultrasound: Can it work for training diagnostic and point-of-care users?
  4. The role of nursing in RAD-AID Outreach Strategies for Capacity Building in LMICs
  5. RAD-AID Ukraine 1-year later: Updates and Future Vision
  6. Converging themes in PACS, AI, & Cloud in RAD-AID Informatics
  7. Pathways to being an effective global health radiology outreach advocate
  8. RAD-AID radiation oncology: educational advancement in Nigeria and Kenya
  9. Rural USA radiology outreach: updates from RAD-AID Appalachia Program
  10. RAD-AID Nuclear Medicine:  Image quality, safety, and workflows in Tanzania & Kenya
  11. Technologist educational strategies for LMIC medical imaging capacity building
  12. Medical Physics & Global Health: Imaging, Radiation Oncology, and Safety
  13. RAD-AID Guyana: Expanding reach from tertiary care to rural underserved communities
  14. RAD-AID Chapters:  resources and strategies for RAD-AID chapters to strengthen global health progams
  15. Grants and resources for RAD-AID volunteers and management team members
  16. Developing Partnerships for Stakeholder Relations in Global Health Radiology
  17. New RAD-AID Leadership course for improving peer-to-peer dialog & career growth
  18. Post-Pandemic Program Reboots: How to start up again after COVID Lockdowns.
  19. Ethics, funding, & social Media: challenges & opportunities in RAD-AID Program Leadership
  20. Progress and goals for CT, MRI, & Radiography in LMICs: equipment, personnel and sustainability
  21. Pediatric radiology support in LMICs: Examples from Malawi, Laos, Ethiopia, and Nepal
  22. New horizons in Indonesia & South Pacific radiology for RAD-AID Programs
  23. RAD-AID USA Women’s Health Access Program: updates and vision from 10 American regions
  24. Readiness vs Needs Assessment: A roadmap for planning global health radiology outreach
  25. New Program in RAD-AID Pakistan: updates and plans
  26. Radiology Residency Development + Support in Botswana, Liberia, Tanzania, Kenya, Indonesia, Vietnam, Ghana, Peru, Guyana, India, Nigeria, Central America and Caribbean.
  27. Radiology in North Canada: Challenges and Opportunities for reaching medically underserved regions

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