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Mammography: Positioning, Diagnosis and Navigation

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Mammography: Positioning, Diagnosis and Navigation

Time: August 16, 2014 from 8am to 4:15pm
Location: Courtyard St. Louis/Westport Plaza
Street: 11888 Westline Industrial Drive
City/Town: St. Louis
Website or Map: https://store.aheconline.com/…
Phone: 800-239-1361
Event Type: ce, seminar
Organized By: Larry Carney
Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2014

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Event Description

Register early and save! Please register early and reserve your place by providing payment to avoid an additional $25 fee required for registrations given within two (2) weeks of the course.

As a mammographer you have to compassionately deal with newly diagnosed patients. Mammographers can benefit from a patient navigator’s skills to provide exceptional care.

This eight hour focuses on developing your skills, and will begin with the basics: proper positioning techniques for breast cancer detection, identifying mammography artifacts, and discussing patient’s new norm after a breast cancer diagnosis. Round out the day focusing on understanding the disease process and defining a patient navigator. Mammography: Positioning, Diagnosis, and Navigation will leave you feeling confident when performing mammography and communicating with the newly to a patient.

Course Topics

  • The Art of Positioning
  • Artifacts: Do You See What I See?
  • Optimizing Positioning and Image Critique
  • A Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Now What?
  • Breast Imaging Patient Navigator
  • The “Warm Fuzzy” of Mammographic Imaging

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