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Appendix B Workshop Agenda Chair: Barbara McNeil, Harvard Medical School Vice-Chair: Hedvig Hricak, Memorial Sloan Kettering Thursday , December 8, 2011 8:30 am Welcome and Introduction Hedvig Hricak—Memorial Sloan Kettering 8:40 am Why and how to track radiation exposure Donald Miller—U.S. Food and Drug Administration Charles Miller—Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National and International Efforts in Volume and Dose Session 1: Tracking Moderator: Fred Mettler—University of New Mexico 9:05 am Introduction to Session 1 Fred Mettler—University of New Mexico 9:15 am 1.1: IAEA activities and overview of global activities Madan Rehani—International Atomic Energy Agency 9:35 am 1.2: Radiation exposures in medical imaging: FDA’s past and present efforts David Spelic—U.S. Food and Drug Administration 61
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62 APPENDIX B 10:00 am 1.3: Strategies to minimize patient radiation exposure in the Veterans Health Administration Charles Anderson—Veterans Health Administration 10:25 am BREAK 10:45 am 1.4: American College of Radiology (ACR) Dose Index Registry Richard Morin—Mayo Clinic 11:10 am Discussion Session 1 Appropriate Radiation Dose Metrics and Estimation Session 2: Techniques Moderator: Richard Morin—Mayo Clinic 11:30 am Introduction to Session 2 Richard Morin—Mayo Clinic 11:35 am 2.1: Radiation metrics in medical imaging Walter Huda—Medical University South Carolina 11:50 pm 2.2: Patient Dose: What to record and track and the role of organ dose Michael McNitt-Gray—University of California, Los Angeles 12:10 pm 2.3: Protocol optimization and dose variability for CT-guided interventions Raymond Thornton—Memorial Sloan Kettering 12:30 pm LUNCH BREAK 1:30 pm Panel: Physician’s perspective on what to report Michael Lauer—National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute James Brink—Yale University 2:10 pm Discussion Session 2
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63 APPENDIX B Volume—Methods for Collecting and Evaluating Data Session 3: Moderator: Walter Huda—Medical University South Carolina 2:40 pm Introduction to Session 3 Walter Huda—Medical University South Carolina 2:45 pm 3.1: Measuring population utilization of medical diagnostic procedures: data sources and challenges Mythreyi Bhargavan Chatfield—American College of Radiology 3:05 pm 3.2: Automated electronic medical record (EMR) dose history extraction and monitoring Aaron Sodickson—Brigham and Women’s Hospital 3:30 pm BREAK 3:50 pm 3.3: Procedure volume trends in the United States and perspectives on large-scale data collection Ashok Shah and Gail Prochaska—IMV Ltd 4:15 pm Panel: Manufacturers’ perspective on what to report Richard Mather—Toshiba Medical Research Institute Kenneth Denison—GE Healthcare, Christian Eusemann—Siemens Healthcare, Dominic Siewko—Philips Healthcare 4:55 pm Discussion Session 3 5:20 pm Closing Remarks and Adjournment Hedvig Hricak—Memorial Sloan Kettering Friday , December 9, 2011 8:15 am Welcome, opening remarks Barbara McNeil, Harvard Medical School
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64 APPENDIX B Risk—What We Know and What We Need to Know Session 4: Moderator: Amy Berrington de González—National Cancer Institute 8:25 am Introduction to Session 4 Amy Berrington de González—National Cancer Institute 8:30 am 4.1: Understanding radiation-induced cancer risks at radiological doses David Brenner—Columbia University 8:50 am 4.2: Non-cancer effects at radiological doses Kiyohico Mabuchi—National Cancer Institute 9:10 am 4.3: Patient’s perspective Gwen Darien—Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation 9:25 am Discussion Session 4 9:45 am Lessons learned from pediatrics Donald Frush—Duke University 10:10 am Panel: Next Steps Fred Mettler—University of New Mexico Hedvig Hricak—Memorial Sloan Kettering Barbara McNeil—Harvard Medical School David Brenner—Columbia University Donald Frush—Duke University 10:25 am Discussion 11:25 am Closing Remarks and Adjournment Barbara McNeil - Harvard Medical School