Mammography: Passion and Pink Ribbons (Live Event)
Course ID: ExtraMammo-100-156 Event Location:Alaska Native Medical Center, 4315 Diplomacy Drive - Main Floor-Conference Room #2, Anchorage (Partner), Alaska, USA, 99508 Credit: 8 Hours Category A Direct
Date: 09/08/2018 08:00 am - 09/08/2018 04:15 pm Instructor : Sandra Maxey , AAS, RT(R)(M)
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You'll love this course designed to give you a complete update on what's going on in the world of mammography and breast cancer. You will learn from a very experienced mammographer what is happening toward a cure for mammography. You'll get a look at types of breast cancer and new methods of testing. You will appreciate discussing the World of mammography.
Close Encounters of the Breast - Are We Close to Finding a Cure?
What are High Risk Lesions and Why?
The Contrast Enhanced Mammogram (CEM) Story
She Wore a Pink Ribbon
Do Men Get Breast Cancer?
Sweet Smell of Success (Information about EQUIP, MQSA and ACR Requirements)
Sandra (Sandy) Maxey, R.T.(R)(M) is currently a mammography technologist both in the institution and on the mobile van at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. She has over 30 years experience in analog and digital mammography, needle localizations and galactograms. Sandy graduated from St. Philips College in San Antonio, TX and has been teaching positioning and pathology to mammography students for over 15 years. She is an enthusiastic and conscientious technologist who brings extensive knowledge to her students.