3rd Radiology in the Assessment of the Critically Ill Patient: CT and XR Interpretation

What the Consultant Intensivist needs to know!

An intensive and interactive case-based course, with short lectures, to develop further your CT and XR interpretation practice organised by Infomed Research & Training on Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 March 2019, at the Holiday Inn London – Bloomsbury, Coram Street, London, WC1N 1HT

Target Audience

Course Director - Justin Kirk-Bayley

Course Director - Justin Kirk-Bayley

Justin Kirk-Bayley is a Consultant Intensivist & Anaesthetist in Guildford with a significant interest in critical care imaging. His area of expertise is in point of care ultrasound. He runs an ultrasound training fellowship that also teaches general imaging with radiologists, and believes that understanding imaging, and also what constitutes the best image to acquire, is the key to optimal critical care management.

Course Advisor- Dr Monica Arora

Course Advisor- Dr Monica Arora

MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP MRCA, ST in Radiology, Northwick Park Hospital
Monica Arora is Radiology Registrar based in the London deanery, with an interest in acute and functional imaging. With a former background in critical care, she is passionate about supporting and educating her colleagues in key imaging concepts to enable them to extract clinically useful information in the acute setting. She has created a workshop for Intensive Care trainees, delivered lectures on general acute imaging and practical sessions including the use of ultrasound in trauma.

Accreditation

Event is approved by the Royal College of Anaesthetists for 11.0 CPD credits.

Course fee

Reduced rate

£575
£ 525
  • Two day hands-on interactive case based course
  • Private access to webpage with lecture slides
  • Full lunch and refreshments
  • CPD Certificate of attendance
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