A case-based interactive course
Covering neuroimage interpretation that general radiologists will find useful in routine and out of hours clinical practice. Course organised by Infomed Research and Training on Thursday 26 September 2019, at the Park Plaza County Hall Hotel, 1 Addington Street, London SE1 7RY
Doctors in Training [NHS]
Consultants & SASGs [NHS]
Private sector rate
£475 until Mon 9 Mar 2020
£525 until Mon 9 Mar 2020
£575 until Mon 9 Mar 2020
All prices include VAT at 20%
Course fee includes lunch and refreshments, and attendance CPD certificate.
This course provides 6 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists
Full course programme
About the course
This is a case-based acute neuroradiology course. The most frequently encountered out of hours CT examination is acute CT Head and therefore the course will have an on neuroradiological diagnosis based on CT head interpretation with additional MR follow up where relevant.
The focus will go beyond spotting common presentations and diagnosis, to troubleshooting, more subtle diagnosis, common pitfalls and errors. Many general radiologists report out of hours CT head in their routine practice and this course will serve as a useful revision and update to common patterns of disease as well as common practice errors. This will include pathology recognition, reporting style and content.
To ensure that delegates are able to:
- Understand basic and advanced neuroanatomy as well as relevant anatomical variants.
- Feel confident with having a sensible basic approach to diagnostic neuroradiology CT reporting.
- Go beyond identification of basic patterns of common neuroradiological diagnoses to confidently approach more challenging cases.
By the end of the course, the attendee will:
- become more confident in their daily interpretation of acute neuroradiology cases.
- have a better understanding of appropriate use of imaging and different diagnoses;
- have learned tips and tricks that would allow them to avoid common misses and pick up on subtle abnormalities, particularly in relation to topics that are often inconsistently reported.
- be confident and able to make a decision on when/how to refer.
- Faculty of UK based Consultant Neuroradiologists and senior neuroradiology fellow practicing in tertiary neuroscience centres.
- Case based interactive learning and no didactic lecturing.
- Around 100 cases on iMac workstations for you to interpret and discuss.
- Excellent peer interaction and collaborative learning with 2 delegates per iMac workstation.
- Strict limit on the number of delegates attending.