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2nd King’s CT Imaging in Polytrauma Interpretation and Reporting Course

kch_ft_logoAn intensive and interactive case-based course featuring
short lectures,plus supervised individual and small group
interpretation and reporting practice, organised by
Infomed Research & Training in partnership with
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, on Tuesday 31 January and Wednesday 1 February 2017, at The Royal College of Radiologists, 63 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JW

[Fully booked! New available on Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April 2017]

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Course fee:

Early bird rates
(if booking and paying on or before Mon 4 Jul 2016)
NHS: £495 (inc VAT) for the two days;
Private sector: £695 (inc VAT) for the two days

Standard rates
(if booking and paying after Mon 4 Jul 2016)
NHS: £575 (inc VAT) for the two days;
Private sector: £795 (inc VAT) for the two days

Course fee includes web access to lecture slides (pdf) when submitted by the faculty, lunch and refreshments and attendance certificate.

Accreditation:

Approved by the RCR for up to 12 CPD credits [6 credits per day]

Course Directors:

Dr Lisa Meacock, Consultant Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
Dr Naga Kandasamy, Consultant Neuroradiologist, King’s College Hospital, London

Target audience:

The course is designed for Consultant Radiologists and senior STs,
and Emergency Physicians/Trauma Team Leaders

Full course programme

(Download and print)
2017_01_ct_polytrauma_programme_web

About this unique course:

  • Numbers strictly limited. Two attendees per iMac workstation for peer interaction and learning
  • Over 100 cases to interpret and report over the two days
  • Intensive supervised CT trauma interpretation and reporting practice, including head and spine, chest, abdomen, angiography/interventional radiology and special paediatric considerations
  • Short introductory lectures, offering guidance, practical knowledge, what not to miss and how
  • Time and freedom to review cases at your own pace
  • Case review and discussion panel, Q&A, reporting guidance, tips and common errors to avoid
  • Interactive discussions, what is relevant and significant, take home messages that will change your reporting practice

Course aim:

To provide the busy, ‘hands-on’ Consultant with a practical, stimulating and comprehensive update on advanced trauma imaging interpretation and reporting: (i) practical (workstation based learning); (ii) stimulating (interactive, high tutor-delegate ratio, challenging cases, immediate feedback); and (iii) comprehensive (head and spine, chest, abdomen, extremities).

By the end of the course, the attendee will have:
(1) a comprehensive understanding of good/best trauma imaging interpretation and reporting practice;
(2) improved trauma imaging interpretation and reporting skills;
(3) greater confidence in advanced practice; and
(4) identified skills and knowledge gaps, if any, relevant to his/her practice, and clear ways by which these can be addressed.

Course faculty:

Leading Consultant Radiologists, experts in their respective fields and experienced in advancing the skills of peers

  • Dr Lisa Meacock, Consultant Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Dr Naga Kandasamy, Consultant Neuroradiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Dr Mariano Scaglione, President, European Society of Emergency Radiology (ESER), and Consultant Radiologist, Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust
  • Dr Elizabeth Dick, Consultant Radiologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Dr Otto Chan, Consultant Radiologist, London Independent Hospital
  • Dr Dylan Lewis, Consultant Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Dr Maria Sellars, Consultant Paediatric Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Dr Thoraya Ammar, Consultant Interventional Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Dr Stephen Gregory, Consultant Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
  • Dr Bhavna Batohi, Consultant MSK Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London

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