UKIO Online 2020
UKIO Online 2020 will present some of the best sessions from the programme planned for the 2020 event that was due to be held in Livepool on 1-3 June 2020.
Delivered in bite-sized chunks over the summer of 2020, keep an eye on this page for the planned sessions and registration details. All content will be available in a listen-again library after the live session. Download the programme and see details below for sessions already open for registration.
All sessions are free to access and CPD certificates will be provided in September following the full programme of UKIO Online events.
You can view the recorded seminars here. Slides (where available) can be downloaded from the Q&A session on the videos.
We were pleased to receive a large number of abstract submissions to be considered for presentation at the 2020 Congress. You can now view those accepted for poster presentation in the online display. Click here to view the poster display.
All abstracts selected to be presented as posters or as oral presentations in short papers sessions can be viewed here.
SCoR Imaging and Oncology
The SCoR publishes the annual journal Imaging and Oncology to coinicide with UKIO. Usually you would find it in your delegate bag – download it here as part of UKIO Online.
Wednesday 8 July, 19:30-20:30
Short papers: Therapeutic radiography service improvement
Thursday 9 July, 18:00-19:00
Siemens Healthineers: Artificial Intelligence in practice – a companion to radiology
AI has demonstrated that it is a critical tool in improving workflow in radiology and impacting how we can get ahead of disease. This session will explore how current offerings from Siemens Healthineers aim to improve NHS services. Book your place.
Tuesday 14 July, 19:30-20:30
Patient stories – improving care for the public and patients through patient engagement
A one-hour session on patient stories and improving care through patient engagement. Book your place.
Wednesday 15 July, 18:00-19:00
Philips Healthcare: The new reality in MR
How Philips MR solutions are putting patients and clinical staff first in the diagnostic & radiotherapy environments. Book your place.
Thursday 16 July, 19:30-20:30
Communicating concepts in breast screening
|A one-hour update on breast screening, covering improving team recall rates, tools to help screening teams, and the role of imaging for a male breast lump. Book your place.|
Thursday 23 July, 18:00-19:00
Philips Healthcare: Relieving the pressure – bringing together AI, SmartWorkflow and accelerated MR scanning to clinical practice
How to address challenges around the patient and MR scanning workflow during Covid-19. Book your place.