BIR Young Professionals & Trainees

YPAT SIG MG Jan 17

The BIR Young Professionals and Trainee (YPAT) SIG is a dynamic and innovated group of talented and inspirational individuals, carefully selected from the multidisciplinary trainee community through open meritocratic competition. The YPAT includes radiologists, radiographers, medical scientists and medical students. [Image above: Top: Left to right: Dr Joshua Shur, Dr Nassim Parvizi (Chair), Glafkos Havariyoun and Dr Ibrahim Palkhi. Seated: Anne Gasnier, Dr Jim Zhong and Sophia Thom]

Latest Events put on by the Young Professionals & Trainees SIG:

Each year the YPAT organise an inspirational meeting for all radiologists at all levels, to support them to get to the next stage in their career. 

Read about The future of radiology in the NHS: Top topics for interview - some photos from the event below:

Josh Shur Ian Francis and Elizabeth Loney

Pictured:1) Dr Ian Francis with Dr Elizabeth Loney and 2) Dr Joshua Shur talking about his award-winning training videos.

In November 2016, the SIG were also involved in a multi-SIG event on Advances in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment. This event was supporting the Movember Foundation and was a unique cross-SIG meeting organised alongside the MRI, Oncology and Nuclear Medicine SIGs. One of the highlight of the day was an inspirational talk by Simon Lord, a prostate cancer survivor.

 Prostate 2Prostate 1

  

The YPAT SIG aims to reach out  to all student, trainees and young professionals with an interest in medical imaging and creates new and exciting initiatives and opportunities targeted at trainees' needs.  In addition, it provides important guidance and consultation to help steer the BIR's strategic planning for the future and ensure it stays fit for purpose.

We welcome application from BIR members who would like to join the Management group of this committee. To express your interest, please complete the online form here

Management group members

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