- Sebastian Schmidt, Senior Manager for Medical Affairs at Siemens Healthineers Forchheim
“ Update on lung screening in Europe”
- Ante Marušić, MD, PhD, LCS Team, Zagreb, Croatia
“Three years after the first lung screening: experience sharing from Croatia”
- Rozemarijn Vliegenthart, MD, PhD, Professor of Radiology at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands
“Lung screening: current challenges and solutions”
- Felix Herth, MD, PhD, Professor of Internal Medicine and Pulmonology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany
“The role of pulmonology in lung cancer screening”
- To understand the status of lung cancer screening programs in the EU
- To learn which steps are to be considered in setting up a lung screening program
- To understand the learnings in setting up a lung screening program
- To learn how AI can be used in lung screening
- To understand the role of pulmonology in the lung cancer screening process
ECR panel discussion
- Dr. Sebastian Schmidt, Head of CT Strategy, Innovation & Medical Affairs at Siemens Healthineers, Germany
- Prof. Marie Pierre Revel, Head of Radiology department at Cochin hospital, France
- Prof. Dr. med. Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, Head of clinic for diagnostic and interventional radiology at Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany
- Mélisande Rouger, ESR moderator
- To understand the main benefit of AI in lung cancer screening
- To evaluate the importance of lung screening and the role of radiologists in driving its implementation
- To analyze the potential and challenges of using AI in lung cancer screening
- General considerations: Steps towards the implementation of lung cancer screening programs at European level (Dr. Sebastian Schmidt, Head of CT Strategy, Innovation & Medical Affairs at Siemens Healthineers)
- Lung cancer screening in the UK: Experiences and insights in a trailer-based program (Professor Richard Booton2 PhD FRCP, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Honorary MAHSC Clinical Professor & Clinical Director, Directorate of Lung Cancer & Thoracic Surgery, North West Lung Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK)
- Lung cancer screening in Poland: Organizational program set-up (Joanna Bidzińska2, Ph.D., EMBA, Project coordinator of National Lung Cancer Screening in the University Clinical Centre in Gdańsk for the northern Macroregion of Poland)
- Why is lung cancer screening a critical factor in reducing lung cancer mortality?
- What is the status of lung cancer screening programs in the EU?
- How can a screening program be implemented?
- What are possible approaches on how to set up a lung cancer screening program?
- What are the lessons or pitfalls?
- Experience with the implementation of LCS in Poland: How Poland set up their lung cancer screening program, Radiologist and lung cancer screening. Polish experience (Prof. Witold Rzyman2, Gdansk / Poland)
- CT Technologies for Lung Cancer Screening: Which technology parameters are important to achieve good quality images at ultra low dose, what needs to be considered in finding your local LCS protocol (Prof. Dr. Marc Kachelrieß2, Heidelberg / Germany)
- The role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in a LCS Program: Identifying smoking-related disease on LCS CT scans, the role of AI in LCS (Prof. Philippe Grenier2, Suresnes, France)
Lung cancer screening
A lever to reduce cancer mortality
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