IAC Nuclear/PET - On Demand Webcasts

IAC On DemandThe IAC has created a series of webcasts entitled IAC On Demand. Now you can learn about accreditation at your leisure, 24 hours a day/7 days a week, for free. IAC On Demand is simple and easy to use; just choose the topic you wish to learn more about, sit back and listen.

Please note: The following webcasts were recorded from previously live webinars; no CE credit is available for viewing recorded webcasts.

About the Accreditation Process:

  • IAC Nuclear/PET: Reaccreditation Simplified (updated September 2020) 
    Presented by Maria Costello, BS, CNMT, NCT, Director of Accreditation - IAC Nuclear/PET, this webcast offers an overview of the IAC Nuclear/PET accreditation process and provides information for facilities applying for reaccreditation. Watch»
    Please Note: This on demand webcast was recorded from a live webinar held in September 2020; no CE credit is available for viewing.

Quality Improvement:

  • Navigating the IAC QI Tool: Collect, Measure, Improve (April 2020)
    Presented by Maria Costello, MBA, CNMT, NCT – Lead Clinical Director/Director of Accreditation-Nuclear/PET this webinar is designed to: describe measures of quality improvement; explain how to utilize the IAC QI Tool; and discuss the goals and benefits of using the IAC QI Tool. Watch»
  • Quality Improvement: An Introduction to the IAC QI Tool
    A tutorial webcast of the new IAC QI Self-Assessment Tool. Presented by Craig Fleishman, MD, FACC, FASE, IAC Echocardiography Board member and Jeremy Kempner, IAC Project Coordinator and Information Security Analyst. Watch»

Patient Safety:

  • Building a Culture of Quality: The Imaging Professional’s Role in Ensuring Patient Safety
    Presented by Rosemary Gibson, MSc, this webcast is designed to show participants how to recognize how every aspect of the health care provider's patient interaction impacts patient safety, from quality imaging to accurate reporting and beyond; discuss the patient perspective and use of the IAC process as a foundation to build a culture that naturally emphasizes continuous improvement. Watch»

Other Topics:

  • NEW! IAC & ASNC Present - Technical Aspects of Imaging Patients with Suspected Cardiac Amyloidosis (July 2020)
    Presented by April Mann, MBA, CNMT, NCT, RT(N), this webinar is designed to: review clinical considerations for patients with suspected cardiac amyloidosis; discuss protocols for imaging cardiac amyloidosis; and identify and discuss recent changes to published guidelines. Watch»
  • NEW! IAC & ASNC Present - Cardiac Amyloidosis Interpretation Best Practices (July 2020)
    Presented by Scott Jerome, DO, FACC, FASNC, FSCCT, this webinar is designed to: illustrate the importance of quality images for optimal cardiac amyloidosis interpretation; define the components necessary for a complete cardiac amyloidosis interpretation; and discuss recent changes to published guidelines. Watch»
  • IAC & SNMMI Present - Diuretic Renal Scintigraphy in 2020: Where We Are (February 2020)
    Presented by Kevin Banks, MD, this webinar is designed to: review the current role of diuretic renal scintigraphy in patient care; discuss the guidelines and consensus statements for its performance and interpretation; and compare the various protocols and reporting approaches at use in today's practices. Watch»
  • Achieving Quality in Cardiac PET, Part I: Techniques and Guidelines (July 2019)
    Presented by April Mann, MBA, CNMT, NCT, RT(N), this webcast describes the techniques for acquisition and processing of cardiac PET imaging to achieve high quality images, explain the importance of following imaging guidelines, and identify and explain sources of artifact that result in poor quality studies. Watch»
  • Achieving Quality in Cardiac PET, Part II: Interpretation Best Practices (August 2019)
    Presented by Jamieson Bourque, MD, MHS, this webcast illustrates the importance of quality images for optimal cardiovascular PET and PET-CT interpretation, define the components necessary for a complete cardiovascular PET and PET-CT interpretation and identify and apply optimal PET and PET-CT interpretation skills using contemporary case examples. Watch»
  • Stress Selection: Exercise is Key but Sometimes You Need a Pharmacologic Boost (July 2018)
    Presented by Jamieson Bourque, MD, MHS, this webcast is designed to illustrate the importance of exercise stress through clinical scenarios, summarize the effects of inadequate stress on identification of the presence and extent of obstructive coronary artery disease, compare/contrast the protocols, safety and patient tolerability of combined exercise-pharmacologic stress with exercise alone. Watch»
  • Symptom-Limited Exercise Stress Testing: Why and How - A Joint Presentation of IAC / SNMMI / ASNC (May 2017)
    Presented by Mylan Cohen, MD, MPH, this webcast will teach participants to: understand why symptom-limited exercise stress testing is performed; understand what symptom-limited exercise means; understand how to perform symptom-limited exercise testing; know when to switch from exercise to pharmacologic stress and when to abandon testing altogether; understand the content of a typical stress test report; and know which ECGs the IAC requires to be recorded and submitted and why. Watch»
  • Standardizing Gastric Emptying Protocols: Practical Tips and Handy Hints
    Presented by Lorraine Fig, MD, MPH, this webcast will: describe the most important elements of the consensus method for performing gastric emptying studies; explain the rationale for following the recommendations in the consensus guideline as well as the pitfalls that may be encountered; provide a practical technical guide to creating a standardized protocol. Watch»

Instructions for Viewing Webcast: Click Watch above to view a webcast. The link with open a new browser window to the webcast on IAC YouTube. Please note: These sessions are recorded webcasts or were recorded from previous live webinars hosted by the IAC. No credit is available for viewing these webcasts. Viewers do not need to follow any technical instructions at the beginning of any of these webcasts.