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2nd Acute Neuroradiology Workshop for the General Radiologist

A case-based interactive course taught by an expert faculty of Consultant Neuroradiologists

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 14 and Friday 15 May 2020, at the Park Plaza County Hall Hotel, 1 Addington Street, London SE1 7RY

Day one

  • Relevant neuroanatomy and variants
  • Cranial trauma
  • Acute stroke
  • Non-traumatic acute haemorrhage
  • Acute paediatric brain CT
  • Cervical Spine trauma
  • Thoracolumbar Spine trauma

Day two

  • Intracranial infection in the acute setting
  • Intracranial masses and mimics
  • Non-traumatic acute spine
  • The skull base on the acute CT head
  • Review areas with specific clinical presentations; where does the radiologist add value?
  • The post operative neurosurgical CT head
  • Quiz/Neurodiscrepancy cases

Target audience

  • DGH radiologists
  • General radiologists and senior radiology trainees
  • Neuroscience Specialty Registrars

Course programme

CPD Accreditation

This course provides 12 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists

Course fee

Doctors in Training [NHS]

£475 until Mon 9 Mar 2020
£525 thereafter

Consultants & SASGs [NHS]

£525 until Mon 9 Mar 2020
£575 thereafter

Private sector rate

£575 until Mon 9 Mar 2020
£675 thereafter

All prices include VAT at 20%

Course fee includes lunch and refreshments, and attendance CPD certificate.

Course director

Dr Lalani Carlton Jones

Dr Lalani Carlton Jones

Dr Carlton Jones practices in adult and paediatric neuroradiology, at Guys and St Thomas’s, The Evelina London and Kings College hospitals NHS Trusts. She graduated from the University of Cambridge and Imperial College with First Class honours, Titular scholarship and as Proxime Accessit. She trained in both neurology and neurosurgery prior to her general radiology training in London and then completing the Pan London neuroradiology fellowship. She has published in peer-reviewed general and specialist neuroradiology journals,delivered multiple national and international original presentations, invited lectures and been the recipient of several postgraduate awards. She has a keen interest in medical education having completed the RCP/UCL Postgraduate Diploma and now Masters in Medical Education, founded several national teaching courses and is the Lead for the neuroradiology stream of UKIO, the UK’s largest imaging conference. One of her key interests is in learning from medical error, and she furthers this as a member of the RCR Radiology Events and Learning panel.

About the course

Faculty profiles

Dr Daniel Scoffings

Dr Daniel Scoffings

Consultant Diagnostic Neuroradiologist, Cambridge University Hospital NHS Trust
Dr Scoffings graduated from King’s College London, winning the University Medal for MBBS. He undertook general radiology training in Leeds, during which he was awarded the Frank Doyle Medal for FRCR Part 1, before completing subspecialist training in neuroradiology in Cambridge. In 2008 he was appointed as a consultant neuroradiologist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. He has published over 30 peer reviewed neuroradiology articles and contributed to chapters in Grainger & Allison’s Diagnostic Radiology and The Oxford Textbook of Neurological Surgery. His clinical interests include spinal CSF leaks, pituitary and skull base imaging.

Dr Ata Siddiqui

Dr Ata Siddiqui

Consultant Neuroradiologist, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trus

Dr Ata Siddiqui was appointed as a Consultant Neuroradiologist in 2007. After his general radiology training, he undertook the Pan-London Neuroradiology fellowship, rotating across several major neuroscience centres/hospitals in London. His main interests are diagnostic neuroradiology and ENT (head and neck) imaging. He has authored several publications and regularly reviews manuscripts for journals such as Clinical Radiology and British Journal of Radiology. He has presented widely at national and international meetings. He regularly lectures at regional and national meetings. He is a member of the Royal College of Radiologists, British Society of Neuroradiologists and British Society of Head and Neck Imaging.

Dr Felice D’Arco

Dr Felice D’Arco

Consultant Paediatric Neuroradiologist, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust

Dr D’Arco was appointed at Great Ormond Street in 2015. He has special interests in: Inner ear malformations, Paediatric head and neck radiology, Paediatric brain tumours and Epilepsy. He completed his undergraduate medical training at the University 'Federico II' of Naples, Italy and completed his general radiology training in Naples, spending one year at the University Hospital of Leuven, Belgium, deepening his knowledge in advanced magnetic resonance (MR) techniques. He completed a fellowship in paediatric neuroradiology at The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada in 2015. His research interests are Advanced MRI techniques in paediatric brain tumours, Pathologic-radiologic correlation of inner-ear malformations, Neurovascular disorders. He provides peer review for journals including Clinical Imaging, Radiologia Medica, Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography, Neuroradiology, Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology and American Journal of Neuroradiology.

Dr Tom Campion

Dr Tom Campion

Consultant Neuroradiologist

Dr Campion underwent undergraduate medical training at Oxford University and general radiology training at Barts and the Royal London, and also completed an MSc in Neuroimaging at the University of Edinburgh and a PGCert in Education for Clinical Contexts at QMUL. As a subspecialty trainee he has worked at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital. He is the current trainee representative for the British Society of Neuroradiologists and runs an educational blog for neuroradiology trainees. His areas of interest are trauma, neuroinflammatory disease and head and neck imaging, on which he has published and presented internationally.

Dr Juveria Siddiqui

Dr Juveria Siddiqui

Consultant Neuroradiologist, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Juveria Siddiqui is a newly-appointed consultant interventional neuroradiologist at King’s College Hospital. She graduated from Oxford University and University College London with Distinction. She trained in otolaryngology prior to her clinical radiology training at Bart’s and the Royal London. She was then appointed to the pan-London neuroradiology fellowship, working at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and King’s College Hospital. She has authored peer-reviewed publications in both general radiology and neuroradiology and acts as a reviewer for the Emergency Radiology journal’s neuroradiology section. She has an interest in training and medical education, and was awarded a Distinction in her Master’s in Health and Medical Education.

Dr Julie Chandra

Dr Julie Chandra

Consultant Neuroradiologist, King's College Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Chandra is an experienced consultant in diagnostic neuroradiology working in all aspects of general adult and paediatric neuroimaging at King’s College Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals and Evelina London Children’s Hospital. She graduated from Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge and Imperial College London, before undertaking general surgical training in London. She completed speciality registrar training in clinical radiology and a 2 year neuroradiology fellowship at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. She has a strong interest in postgraduate education and service development and has published and presented widely both nationally and internationally. She is Neuroradiology Section Editor at the European Journal of Radiology.

Further profiles to be posted in the coming weeks

Hands-on with the cases using OsiriX DICOM viewer.
Short lectures followed by cases