Established, 2004 in the UK
CPD accredited, online courses for doctors in all of the major specialties


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 Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 March 2018, at ULL, 33 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1AG (not at the Park Plaza County Hall Hotel, 1 Addington Street, London SE1 7RY)

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Target Audience

The course is aimed at Consultants and SASGs in Intensive Care, and Consultant and SASG Anaesthetists covering Intensive Care sessions. Suitable also for senior STs.

Course Directors

Dr Justin Kirk-Bayley, Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensivist, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford
Dr Elizabeth Dick, Consultant Radiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Course fee

Early bookers rates (booking and paying before or on Fri 16 Feb):
NHS: £525 (inc. VAT)

Standard rates (booking and paying on or after Fri 16 Feb):
NHS: £595 (inc. VAT)

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


Approved by RCoA for 11.0 CPD credits

Course faculty

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

Full course programme

(Download and print)

About the Course

The Course will assist the Intensivist

Course aim and learning outcomes

To provide the busy, ‘hands-on’ Consultant Intensivist with a practical, stimulating and comprehensive update on the best use of imaging in the assessment of the critically ill patient:

  1. practical (workstation based learning);
  2. stimulating (interactive, challenging, real-life cases, immediate feedback); and
  3. comprehensive (head and spine, chest and abdomen).

By the end of the course, the delegate will have:

  1. a comprehensive understanding of good/best imaging interpretation and reporting practice in intensive care;
  2. improved imaging interpretation 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.


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