About this Program

This webinar provides attendees with the fundamentals of breast navigation in the imaging spectrum. The program provides an overview of breast navigation, a review of radiology concepts, and how they relate to navigation and managing high-risk patients.

Additionally, this program will review the basics of “how to” navigate patients in the imaging spectrum. Topics covered will include how to review a pathology report, how to deliver results with empathy, and how to support a patient beyond the imaging spectrum. Benign and malignant pathology and common cancer treatment options will be discussed. Lastly, there will be an imaging review of real cases to demonstrate how navigation impacted the outcome and time for Q&A.

Educational Objectives

After this webinar, attendees will be able to: 

  • Understand the definition and purpose of breast navigation.
  • Understand breast cancer statistics, risk factors, and risk reduction strategies.
  • Understand breast anatomy, BIRADS, and breast density.
  • Identify emerging technology, breast interventional procedures, and mammography tracking systems.
  • Identify high-risk assessment tools and understand the purpose of genetic testing. Understand what high-risk surveillance is and how it ties back to imaging.
  • Understand how to navigate a patient in the imaging spectrum.
  • Understand how to interpret a pathology report and explain it compassionately to a patient.
  • Identify resources to support a patient on the cancer journey.


In-person and live webinar options


  • Who am I? I am a Navigator!

Navigation Overview

  • What is navigation?
  • What are the barriers to care?
  • Why is navigation important? What are the benefits?
  • Who can navigate?
  • What is the matrix? What are spectrums?
  • The Imaging Matrix drill down.

Imaging Review 

  • Breast Anatomy
  • Traditional Breast Imaging
    • Mammography 
    • Breast Ultrasound 
    • Breast MRI 
  • Emerging Technologies
    • Contrast Enhanced Mammography
  • Interventional Procedures
    • Image Guided Needle Biopsy: Ultrasound, Stereotactic, MRI
  • Breast Localizations
    • Needle Localizations
    • Radioactive Seed localizations
  • Clinical Imaging Trials
  • BIRADS Classifications
  • Breast Density
  • Mammography Tracking Systems 

High Risk

  • High-Risk Assessment Tools
  • Genetic Testing: Beyond
  • BRCAHigh-Risk Surveillance
  • High Risk and Imaging

Breast Cancer Review

  • Statistics: Male and Female
  • Risk Factors
  • Common Breast Cancers
    • DCIS, IDC, LCIS, ILC, Inflammatory, Mucinous
    • Common Breast Cancer Treatments
  • Risk Reduction Strategies

Benign Breast Disease

Navigation in the Imaging Spectrum

  • Abnormal Screening
  • Abnormal Diagnostic
  • Biopsy
  • How to Review a Pathology Report
  • How to Deliver Pathology Results with Empathy
    • Practice makes it better! Let’s role-play!
    • Answering questions while staying in scope 
  • Documentation
  • Supporting the Patient Beyond the Imaging Spectrum
    • Finding resources to support patients
  • Tying It All Together
    • Case Review
    • Q&A


Who should attend?

This webinar is perfect for;

  • Mammography Technologists who want to expand their skills to include breast navigation.  

  • Nurses who want to broaden their navigation expertise to include the imaging spectrum. 

  • Individuals who may be preparing for a navigation certification and would like to strengthen their knowledge in the imaging spectrum.   

  • Individuals who need imaging navigation basic training.  

Program Faculty

Meet your presenter(s)

Tricia Trammell

Tricia Trammell


Tricia Trammell is the Imaging Operations Manager for UT Southwestern at Moncrief Cancer Institute in Fort Worth Texas. She has been in imaging for twenty-five years and in breast imaging for twenty-three years. She has been a certified navigator for eleven years. She has established an imaging navigation program at two facilities in the DFW metroplex. She is an active member and volunteer with the AHRA. She is a boy mom of four grown boys.


Accredited training programs

ASRT Category A Credit Information

ASRT Category A

This program provides 8 hour(s) of Category A continuing education credit for radiologic technologists approved by ASRT and recognized by the ARRT and various licensure states.  Category A credit is also recognized for CE credit in Canada.  You must attend the entire program to receive your certificate of completion.  


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