Over the past decades, we have seen huge improvements in medical imaging technology. Learn to assess the quality and reproducibility of new imaging techniques.
Reproducibility in Clinical Research
- Suitable for:
- The course is suitable for medical doctors involved in diagnostic research / clinical imaging research, clinical physicists with clinical focus and epidemiologists / statisticians involved in clinical imaging research
- Start date(s):
- 28 April 2020
- Time investment:
- Four full working days
- University Medical Center Utrecht
- Faculty of Medicine
- Fee: This fee is exempt from VAT
- € 830
- Extra information:
Prerequisite for participation is sufficient capacity in terms of teachers and locations.
Basic knowledge on epidemiology and statistics is an advantage
This one week interactive course for professionals will focus on the many aspects of imaging evaluation, including technical development, visual assessment and optimisation of image quality, and intra and inter observer reproducibility.
At the end of this course, you are able to:
- Explain the principles of the various imaging modalities (e.g. CT, MRI)
- Apply different methods for evaluation of image quality
- Explain the concepts of intra- and interobserver reliability and reproducability
- Design studies aimed at evaluating intra- and interobserver reliability and agreement
- Apply statistical analyses regarding reliability and reproducibility
- Report on reliability and reproducibility according to the GRRAS guidelines