Registration for the Bootcamp is now closed. You may still register for the Virtual CME Meeting.
This 1-day non-CME IR Resident and Medical Student Bootcamp features a Clinical-Technical Knowledge and Skill-building Practicum centered on Key Interventional Procedures, encompassing venous and arterial disease,liver disease, interventional oncology, and women’s health. It is the seminal educational trainee experience designed exclusively for IR-bound medical students and IR residents. This pre-meeting medical student and trainee hands-on device Bootcamp and Clinical Simulation Course will be held in Boston at Boston University’s Questrom School of Businessfrom 7:30am-2:00pm on Friday, September 9th, 2022.
Number of Participants: 100 (10 per station)
- Discuss diagnostic protocols for common conditions treated by IR.
- Develop a strategy on how to evaluate different devices in the treatment of the most common conditions encountered by interventional radiologists.
- Learn basics of common interventional procedures performed by IR for venous disease, arterial disease, liver disease, oncologic disease and women’s health.
- Recognize and manage complications of common IR interventions.
Registration Fees (in-person, Boston, MA)
Bootcamp and Symposia for IR Residents & Medical Students: $96
Bootcamp (ONLY) IR Residents Medical Students: $47
Note: This bootcamp is a non-CME event.
Download an informational flyer here. RISQCS22 Bootcamp FlyerF 6_27.pdf
Dania Daye, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Harvard Medical School
IR Division Quality Director/Co-Director of IR Research
MGH Center of Outcomes and Patient Safety in Surgery (COMPASS)
Director, Precision Interventional and Medical Imaging (PIMI) Lab
Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Massachusetts General Hospital
Mikhail C. S. S Higgins, MD, MPH
CME Course Director
RISQCS Founding Chair
Director, Radiology Medical Student Clerkship
Program Director, Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) Pathway
Division of Interventional Radiology
Department of Radiology
Boston University School of Medicine
Boston University is committed to providing a safe campus environment. Mask-wearing is not required, but remains optional, for events. We also strongly encourage all visitors to campus be vaccinated with booster, as eligible. Any participant with symptoms that could be related to COVID-19 should not engage in group activities and seek medical advice