A practical MSK and Neuro case-based course for Consultants and Senior Trainees in Radiology, Spinal Surgery, Rheumatology, Emergency Medicine, Sports Medicine and those undertaking spinal intervention
on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 April 2020.
This course has been postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Please see below for more information.
Due to the Coronavirus and rapidly evolving situation, Government national travelling restrictions and NHS cancellation of study/teaching leave Infomed has been left with no option but to postpone and re-arrange the delivery of the this pre-planned course as they cannot take place in central London for the obvious pandemic restrictions and non-availability of venues.
This course has been postponed (not cancelled) and will subsequently be made available LIVE (from the Infomed Online platform) with full access to the cases for your imaging interpretation.
Later in June 2020, we will assess the Coronavirus situation, NHS advise and situation with the faculty; and come back to you with a suitable alternative date. In the meantime, please keep an eye on the website and emails that you will receive from Infomed in the next few days/weeks.
If you have already booked you will have been advised that your place will have been automatically transferred to the new date when it is set or transferred to a course of your choice within the next 18 months.
We had put in place plans to fully stream the course online on the original date with access to cases, however, there has been a significant changes in the faculties clinical commitments as a result of the Coronavirus Pandemic thus the faculty are no longer available. We also recognise the availability of delegates would be in doubt too.
Other benefits to be accrued with this on-line course delivery include:
This course provides 12 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists
Full course programme
Course fee includes lunch and refreshments, and attendance CPD certificate.
Early bird rate currently available:
Doctors in Training [NHS]: £445 (inc. VAT)
Consultants/SASGs [NHS]: £525 (inc. VAT)
Private sector rate: £595 (inc. VAT
Doctors in Training [NHS]: £495 (inc. VAT)
Consultants/SASGs [NHS]: £575 (inc. VAT)
Private sector rate: £695 (inc. VAT)
To provide Consultant Radiologists with a practical, stimulating and comprehensive update on in depth interpretation and reporting practice in spinal imaging:
By the end of the course, the delegate will have:
Comments from delegates who attended the previous course:
- Amazing faculty and great range of imaging cases
- Good to have lots of clinically based cases
- Very good interactive course and not too rushed
- Good clinical summary and conditions with cases
- Excellent material – worked through many case examples as possible
- Well organised – divided into sub-topics which was helpful
- Level of content, information and presentations in a friendly environment
- Fabulous and very knowledgeable speakers
- Good mixture of lecture time and review of the multiple cases. Although advanced, but very good for the general radiologist with “boring” everyday cases
- Really relevant to my practice
- Now, much greater confidence in reporting spinal cases
- Good recap of many sub topics – I have definitely learnt a lot, particularly about brachial plexus as there was a gap in my knowledge
- More confidence in looking at day to day cases
- Increased my diagnostic skills and gave me confidence in reporting
- Good to have interesting cases shown with good learning points to take home
- Interactive character of course is very good
- Excellent speakers, good practical advice and excellent cases
- Availability of course material online after the course – good idea
- Great stuff – will definitely improve my spinal reporting
- This will certainly help me to improve my reporting quality and diagnostic accuracy
- Definitely increased my knowledge on spine imaging and what to look when reporting variety of images
- A better awareness of spinal pathology post op and pathophysiology of discitis and metal-work failure
- I have learned a few tips that will help me to define features – benign/malignant and infection/inflammation