Aidence is, for the third time, supporting the British Society of Thoracic Imaging (BSTI) / National Health Service England (NHSE) Virtual Lung Nodule Workshop. Participants use our solutions, Veye Lung Nodules and Veye Reporting, as they learn how to report on lung cancer screening scans.
The accredited lung nodule course addresses the radiologists involved in the NHSE Targeted Lung Health Checks (TLHC) pilots. It teaches them how to report on the programme’s CT scans efficiently and accurately. The training is delivered by Dr Arjun Nair and Dr Graham Robinson.
Aidence facilitates the virtual classroom setting in which participants review multiple CT studies. The assessment of these cases includes the analysis and reporting of potential lung nodules. Our AI-based assistant Veye Lung Nodules is part of the reporting workflow, supporting the detection, classification and quantification of pulmonary nodules. Participants also learn how to generate a report of the findings using Veye Reporting, which follows the programme guidelines.
The next edition of the course takes place on March 17th. Along with the previous sessions in October and December, the workshop welcomed over 60 delegates in total.
Are you a radiologist reporting on the Targeted Lung Health Checks? Feel free to get in touch for more information or to schedule a demo of Veye Lung Nodules and Veye Reporting.
About the NHS England Targeted Lung Health Checks
The NHSE Targeted Lung Health Checks Programme is a multicentre, four-year CT screening pilot across ten regions in England with some of the highest lung cancer mortality rates. The pilot aims to reach 600,000 people, detecting around 3,400 cancers and saving the lives of hundreds.
About the British Society of Thoracic Imaging (BSTI)
The British Society of Thoracic Imaging (BSTI) represents radiologists and clinicians in the United Kingdom and Ireland who have a specialist interest in thoracic imaging.