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RCR18

Date: 10—12 September 2018

Venue: ACC, Liverpool

RCR18 offers something for everyone- fully integrated plenary lectures with world- renowned speakers, exciting named lecturers and numerous interactive workshops as well as a dedicated oncology stream that spans all three days.

Further information  

 

Endovenous Surgery one day course

Venue: Melbury Clinic, Yeovil, Dorset

Date: 12 September 2018

It is particularly suited to group attendees who can learn together as a team and identify their individual learning needs. Not only does the course provide demonstrations in our treatment rooms but we provide training and certification in laser safety and an opportunity to gain hands on experience of ultrasound guidance on simulators.

Course programme

Further information

A User Guide to Cancer Immunotherapy

Date: 12 September 2018

Venue: The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre, London

This event will provide an overview of cancer immunotherapy, with a focus on the recognition and management of immune-mediated toxicities. The meeting will have a strong clinical emphasis, aimed at providing delegates with practical guidance that can be utilised in daily practice.

Further information

 

Adult and Paediatric Neuroradiology MRI course

Date: 13—14 September 2018

Venue: Barcelona, Spain – H10 Marina Barcelona

12 CME Credits

Summary: A comprehensive 2-day course which will focus on selected high-yield topics in MRI of brain, spine, and head & neck in adult and paediatric patients. Expert lectures will be followed by workshops with dedicated interactive case review. 

This course is tailored for all radiologists involved in interpretation of neuroradiological imaging studies and it would also be useful for neurologists, neurosurgeons, paediatricians and ENT physicians.

Further Information

 

Second Annual Technologists Nuclear Medicine Update

Date: 14 September 2018

Venue: Atrium-Royal Free Hospital, London

Designed for Radiographers & Technologists by the Royal Free London Nuclear Medicine Academy
The London Nuclear Medicine Update is an educational and networking event for technologists/radiographers working in Nuclear Medicine and hybrid imaging to provide latest updates on current practice (diagnostic & therapeutic) and future perspective.

Registration fee - £60 (early bird deadline 13th August)

Educational Objectives

  • Review patient preparation, imaging, processing and radiation issues related to radionuclide imaging and therapy.
  • Review current regulatory information and procedural guidelines for radionuclide imaging and therapy.

Flyer and programme

Further information

 

ESSR Sports Imaging Course - The Fever of Sports

Dates: 14—15 September 2018

Venue: Sheraton Porto, Hotel & Spa;  Porto, Portugal

This course aims at radiologists, orthopedists, physical medicine and rehabilitation practitioners with a special interest in musculoskeletal imaging, in particular sports injuries. The learning objectives are: Recognize sports related injuries; Be able to characterize these lesions; Correctly perform and analyze clinical musculoskeletal studies; Be able to cooperate with a multidisciplinary team in optimizing MSK related injuries appropriate care.

 

Venous Surgical Procedures under local anaesthetic one day course

Date: 15 September 2018, 13 October 2018 & 10 November 2018

Venue: Nuffield Hospital, Guildford  

One day course in venous surgical procedures of the lower limb veins including ultrasound diagnosis and guided simulation in live demonstration of endovascular laser ablation, foam sclerotherapy and avulsion techniques.  This will include ultrasound equipment and controls, ultrasound imaging in surgical procedures and Laser safety training and accreditation. Practical workshops will be available for delegates to gain supervised training and practical experience in ultrasound guided EVLA simulation using limb phantoms. For more information see the course programme or contact us: info@wessexdiagnostic.com

Further information

Recent Advances in Radiotherapy

Date: 17 September 2018

Venue: The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre, London

This day focuses on recent advances in the treatment and techniques used in the treatment of patients undergoing radiotherapy. The course is for all Healthcare Professionals working with cancer patients.

Further information

 

MPEC18

Medical Physics and Engineering Conference 2018                            

Date: 18—20 September 2018

Venue:  York

In 2018 the Medical Physics and Engineering Conference is going to be held in York and will include the FREE IPEM Members' day as well as two full days of scientific content. This year our theme is ‘Celebrating 70 years of Scientific Collaboration’ as we not only look back on the past 70 years of collaboration between the NHS, industry and academia, but also look forward at what the future might hold.

Following on from our free to attend members' day on 18th September, the two day scientific programme will also include our Biennial Radiotherapy Meeting, so there is something for all. 

Further Information

 

The 11th MSK Ultrasound Intervention Course

Date: 17—19 September 2018

Venue: Hilton Hotel, Bath

This is a skills course open to all healthcare professionals interested in Musculoskeletal ultrasound injections. There will be groups of no more than 4 delegates per tutor per machine giving lots of hands-on practice.  We use animal joints for some of the sessions and a “blunt” non-invasive demonstration with volunteers for other parts of the training. State of the art ultrasound equipment will be provided and representatives of major manufacturers will be present to demonstrate each system’s advantage. This is a very intense course with a high tutor-delegate ratio.  Delegates should expect to gain considerable experience in 3 days.

For further information and a course leaflet please contact: sheilaheywood.stlukes@btconnect.com or alternatively visit web page www.stlukesradiology.org.uk 

  

 

Ga-68 for Beginners

Venue: The Great Hall, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London

Date: 21 September 2018

This workshop is open to all technicians, pharmacists, chemists, scientists, equipment/medicine manufacturers and clinicians with an interest in what practical aspects should be considered to afford such a service.

Further information

Intra-Operative Neuro-Monitoring (IONM) for Spinal Surgery

Date: 21 September 2018

Venue: Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry, Shropshire

A unique learning opportunity providing an introduction to basic principles necessary in understanding the importance of somatosensory (SSEP), motor evoked potential (MEP) and electromyography (EMG) in an operating room setting.  A multidisciplinary approach will give participants an insight into the benefits of an integrated team approach for exploiting this unique monitoring technology. Target audience: Anaesthetists, Surgeons, Spinal Injury Physicians, Clinical Neurophysiologists and Trainees.

Further Information 

Advanced Breast Imaging Study Day

Venue: The Rose Centre, Seminar Room, St George's Hospital, London, SW17 0QT

Date: Monday 24 September 2018

Aim: To provide an update in the latest imaging techniques for breast screening and symptomatic radiology and an update on treatment.

Programme to include: The Public Health Crisis - Computer error with over 67, Contrast Mammography, Practical Surgical Issues for Breast Radiologists, Tomosynthesis, MRI High Risk Screening, Update on Age Extension, Neoadjuvant treatment, Staging Breast Cancer, MRI update.

Further information 

 

Musculoskeletal MRI Fellowship

Date: 24—28 September 2018

Venue: Torre Mapfre, Barcelona, Spain

The MSK fellowship that TMC Academy offers includes an overview of the most common joints in practice with a daily presentation, individual case readings from the TMC Academy teaching file with group-based case read-outs. Standard reporting templates are used in order to help you navigate and write high-quality reports. Participation in this fellowship, limited to a maximum of five radiologists, will enhance and strengthen your knowledge in musculoskeletal MRI interpretation. At the end of the programme you will be able to comfortably identify and report on common pathology seen in daily practice, including in the sports field.

Further information  

Vascular Ultrasound Course

Date: 25—26 September 2018

Venue: Novotel Central, Manchester

Our comprehensive Vascular ultrasound course covers the application of ultrasound techniques in the investigation of abdominal, extra & intra-cranial and peripheral vasculature. The emphasis will be on practical scanning workshops where delegates gain supervised training and practical scanning experience. Topics include: Haemodynamics and Doppler Ultrasound, Lower limb arteries, carotid and vertebral arteries, superficial venous system, Intracranial vasculature, Lower Limb Deep venous system. Upper limb vasculature, Ultrasound imaging  in surgical practice, Aorta and branches, Stent and graft surveillance, Ultrasound monitoring of haemodialysis, Artefacts and errors.                           

Further information 

 

The 30th Anniversary for the American Society of Emergency Radiology 2018 Annual Meeting and Postgraduate Course in Trauma and Emergency Radiology

Date: 26—29 September 2018

Venue: Hilton McLean Tysons Corner Hotel in McLean, Virginia, USA

The educational elements of this program (scientific papers, scientific and educational posters, focused sessions and lively debates) are targeted for emergency radiologists, general radiologists, emergency physicians, trauma surgeons, and all who review radiological examinations for the acutely ill performed in an emergency setting. Fees: vary ($50-$1,020).  The meeting is jointly sponsored by the American Society of Emergency Radiology and Continuing Medical Educational Resources, Inc.

For more information contact the ASER Meeting Department, at ASER, 4550 Post Oak Place Suite 342, Houston TX 77027; phone 713-965-0566; fax 713-960-0488; email aser@meetingmanagers.com or visit the society web site at www.erad.org

 

HPB imaging: an update

Date: 2 October 2018

Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, London

This study day is aimed at general radiologists to provide a comprehensive update of all aspects of liver, biliary and pancreatic imaging including how to optimise CT/MRI protocols and indications for functional imaging/EUS.  The lectures will cover key topics in HPB disease such as assessment of solid and cystic lesions, distinguishing benign from malignant pathology and the role of imaging in acute pancreatitis.

Further information 

 

Manchester Interstitial Lung Diseases Meeting 2018

Dates: 2—4 October 2018

Venue: Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel, Manchester

This 2-day meeting is primarily aimed at consultant physicians and trainees in Respiratory Medicine, Radiology and Pathology. The programme aims to provide an interesting review of the diagnosis and management of interstitial lung diseases from clinical, radiologic and pathological perspectives. This year’s content will complement the 2017 meeting with new topics added based on feedback we received from the last meeting. We welcome an excellent selection of expert international and national speakers who will deliver a series of both spoken presentations and interactive multidisciplinary sessions.

Further Information

 

GE Cardiac CT Imaging Series

The use of computed tomography has become central in cardiac imaging. GE Healthcare's  series of doctor-to-doctor courses, focused on advanced CT cardiac imaging, provides state of the art tuition in the use of these powerful diagnostic systems.

You will be provided with the opportunity to meet the majority of the criteria to fulfil the certification requirements of the BSCCT/SCCT. The courses are endorsed by the SCCT (Society of Cardiovascular Computer Tomography} and promoted by the BSC (British Society of Cardiac Imaging}.

Cardiac CT Workshop Level III
Dates: 2—4 October 2018
Venue: Peninsula Radiology Academy Plymouth Hospitals  NHS Trust, Plymouth

For bookings and enquiries, please contact: z.nagy@ge.com

Course flyer 

 

Multidisciplinary Management of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

Date: 4—6 October 2018

Venue: ESTRO Office, Brussels, Belgium

This advanced multidisciplinary course aims to reach a variety of health care professionals, specialists and trainees who are involved in treatment and/or have a special interest in management of non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC). The incidence of skin cancer, particularly NMSC, is increasing worldwide. Treatment of NMSC is becoming a significant burden for health care services not only due to a rapidly increasing number of cases but also due to an aging population and increased complexity of cases, often requiring a specialist multidisciplinary approach. The course is aimed to be interactive and will include different teaching methods.

Further information

3rd Global Intermediate to Advanced MSK MRI & Ultrasound Congress for Radiologists

Dates: 4—6 October 2018

Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Fill in gaps of knowledge you may have in MSK MRI reporting and practice of MSK Ultrasound. Also learn upper and lower limb nerve and muscle anatomy and injection techniques. Please see the course flyers here.

 

18th International Cancer Imaging Society Meeting

Date: 7—9 October 2018

Venue: Palais de l’Europe, Menton, France.   

High quality lectures: refresh your knowledge and learn about cutting-edge developments:

  • Bring your knowledge into practice in workstation based teaching in our hands-on workshops
  • Experience the role of cancer imaging in multidisciplinary interaction: treatment selection, early response prediction and treatment adaptation
  • Learn how big data initiatives are changing the future of cancer imaging: radiogenomics, machine learning, AI
  • Interact with haematologists in a special session on bone marrow imaging (in conjuction with the International Workshop on PET in Lymphoma and Myeloma)

Further information

MR and CT Angiography in Daily Clinical Practice

Date: Friday 12 October 2018

Venue: Holiday Inn Manchester, 25 Aytoun St, Manchester, M1 3AE

The aim is for a pragmatic review and discussion of MRA and CTA in everyday

clinical practice. Applications CE MRA, CTA

  • Carotid
  • Thoracic
  • Renal/Mesenteric
  • Peripheral
  • Whole body MRA
  • Venous

Programme and registration

 

Plain film

Date: 12 October 2018

Venue: The IET, Austin Court, Birmingham

This meeting aims to revisit the important role of plain film examinations in radiology practice.

Further information 

 

The 6th Barcelona Musculoskeletal MRI Course

Date: 18—20 October 2018

Venue: Barcelona, Spain – H10 Marina Barcelona

20 CME Credits

Summary: With a panel of highly experienced lecturers the course will cover topics related to sport injuries as well as osteomyelitis, Soft Tissue Sarcomas in MRI and Ultrasound and MR Arthrography amongst others. 

The methodology of the course empathises on the understanding of the theoretical lecture by interactive case discussion. Additionally, there will be an introduction to structured reporting as way of working. 

Further Information

 

Improving Cancer Diagnosis

Date: Friday 19 October 2018

Venue: De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

The recommendation from the Independent Cancer Taskforce was for 95% of patients to receive a definitive diagnosis or ruling out of cancer within 28 days of a referral. This conference focuses on implementation of the new 28 day standard in practice including learning from the pilot sites.

 

EONS11 at ESMO 2018    – ‘A FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY“

Date: 19—23 October 2018

Venue: Munich, Germany

The EONS11 conference and annual meetings will this year be held at ESMO 2018, from 19-23 October, in Munich, Germany.

The EONS11 three-day nursing track will focus on five major themes:

● cancer nursing leadership

● symptom management

● patient safety

● new cancer research

● cancer nurse roles

Registration is now open

Further information

Radioactive waste advisers training course 

Dates: 22—24 October 2018

Venue: Education & Conference Centre,  The Royal Marsden, London 

This new course provides the theoretical background and training necessary for managing and giving advice on the use of sealed and unsealed radioactive sources in hospitals. The three-day course covers all aspects of legislation and safe practice in the medical uses of radioactive substances. As well as lectures, there will be workshop sessions which will help to reinforce the topics covered.

The course is at a level suitable for hospital physicists working in hospital radiation protection and is particularly suitable for those who wish to become Radioactive Waste Advisers.

Further information and Registration Form

 

Introduction to Ultrasound Imaging Course

Date: 23 October 2018

Venue: Strathallen Hotel, Birmingham

One day introductory course provides a combination of lectures, scanning demonstrations and practical workshops to give a comprehensive introduction to ultrasound imaging for those who are new to the field or have limited experience. Topics include: the three main ultrasound modalities and then parallel sessions will offer a choice of 2D/3D/4D Obstetrics imaging or FAST, MSK, Vascular access and Deep Vein thrombosis.

Further information

Inside Radiology

Date: 27 October 2018

Venue: New Hunt’s House, London

This course will be predominantly lecture based with opportunities to talk to current trainees about their specific concerns they may have prior to embarking on the five year run through program. The series of lectures will not only focus on the training aspect of radiology but also the life of a radiology SpR and the challenges that they face on a day to day basis. The course intends to look at all aspects of training from the FRCR examination and how its changed over the last few years, to the different method of learning that SpR’s utilise to gain the breadth and depth of knowledge that they need. The course will conclude with a Q&A session and also some top tips to help one stand out in the extremely competitive application process.

Further information

Venous Ultrasound Imaging Course

Date: 3 November 2018

Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, London

This is a one day course on ultrasound colour duplex imaging of the deep and superficial venous system. The course is a combination of lectures, demonstrations and workshop sessions and is designed to cover both the investigation protocols and diagnostic criteria. The emphasis will be on the practical hands-on scanning techniques. Topics include: Basic principles of ultrasound imaging, Haemodynamics and Doppler ultrasound techniques, Lower limb deep venous system, Lower limb superficial venous system, Upper limb venous system, Ultrasound imaging in surgical practice.

Further information

18th Annual Emergency Radiology Symposium: What You Need to Know to Get You Through the Night

Date: 4—7 November 2018

Venue: Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida

The 18th Annual Emergency Radiology symposium is designed to help radiologists and emergency radiologists maintain optimal competence in the utilisation of the most reliable imaging modalities and best-practice strategies, even for unusual conditions. One-third of the lectures will be dedicated to plain films and the remainder will stress state-of-the-art emergency imaging of the central nervous system, chest, abdomen and coronary and musculoskeletal systems. This course will be of special interest to physicians in the fields of radiology, emergency radiology and emergency medicine.

Further Information

 

16th Annual MDT Head and Neck Imaging Course

Date: 6—8 November 2018

Venue: Northwick Park Hospital; Harrow, North West London

This popular course is suitable for all grades of radiologists and surgeons and includes novel multidisciplinary case-based, tutorial and workshop teaching (paired radiologist & surgeon).  A library of digital images and edited video archives are used to explain potential/actual complications, relevant surgical anatomy and pathology in context of evolving imaging modalities, together with National & International Imaging Standards and potential medico-legal complications.

Further information

 

A Course in Radiotherapy Physics

Date: 6—10 November 2018 | 5—9 March 2019

Venues: The Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton |Chester Beatty Laboratories, Chelsea

A Practical and Theoretical Course in Radiotherapy Physics, comprising two, 5 day courses are held annually at the Royal Marsden NHS Trust. There are 4 days of lectures and a hands-on practical session on each course, delivered by experts in the field. The course is designed primarily for radiotherapy physicists, but very relevant for other oncology professionals.  

Course details and dates:

6—10 November 2018: Radiation Dosimetry, Imaging for Radiotherapy, Treatment Planning and Patient Specific Dosimetry (Sutton)

5—9 March 2019: Radiobiology, Accelerator Design and Quality Assurance, Brachytherapy & Radiotherapy Verification Imaging (Chelsea)

Further information and flyer 

Spinal Imaging

Date: 7—8 November 2018

Venue: Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry, Shropshire

This two day course of clinically based lectures and interactive case-based discussion addressing all areas of Spinal Imaging (including Trauma) serves as a focus to facilitate problem solving in the spine, utilising the various imaging modalities and their application in a number of pathological scenarios.  A series of lectures delivered by a Faculty including Musculoskeletal Radiologists, Spinal Surgeons and Specialists in Spinal Injury, followed by interactive case-based sessions with dedicated film reading and discussion. Target audience: Specialist Registrars and Consultants in Radiology.

Further information 

Neuroanatomy for Imagers


Date: 8 November 2018


Venue: King’s College London, SE1 7EH
 

The course has been designed for people working in imaging but with no neuroanatomical background. It will introduce participants to the basic principles of the anatomy, the function of the nervous system, the major anatomical constituents and parts of the brain.

Professor Alexander Hammers has received excellent feedback from previous courses, the course runs twice a year.

Further information/registration 

The Abdominal and Pelvic MRI course for tumour MDT meetings

Date: 8—9 November 2018

Venue: Barcelona, Spain – Torre Mapfre 

11 CME Credits

Summary: A comprehensive 2-day course which will focus on MRI of abdomen and pelvis, surgical as well as oncologic applications. For surgical purposes, the preoperative staging and findings that could impact surgical treatment will be discussed. MRI’s roll for oncologic staging and treatment assessment will be detailed. This course is useful for any member of the tumor board who needs to understand the radiology of the abdomen including diagnostic radiologists, therapeutic and interventional radiologists, surgeons, oncologists, and clinicians who plan cancer screening.

Further Information

 

The 10th Annual Royal Marsden Head and Neck Conference – A Decade of Progress in Head and Neck Cancer Management

Date: 9 November 2018

Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, London

The focus of this meeting is on how the management of head and neck cancer has changed over the past decade and to look into the future and explore some of potential advances that might occur in our working lifetimes. The meeting assembles some of the country’s leading experts to critically discuss the evidence base for a wide range of pertinent surgical, oncological and radiological topics in addition to clinical research.

Further information

 

Abdominal CT and MRI Fellowship November 2018

Date: 12—16 November 2018

Venue: Barcelona, Spain – Torre Mapfre

30 CME Credits

Further information

 

2nd Liverpool MRI Study Day

Date: Saturday 17 November 2018,

Venue: Hotel Novotel Liverpool Centre - Liverpool ONE, 40 Hanover St, Liverpool L1 4LN

The Liverpool MRI Study Day aims to provide delegates with an overview of pelvic imaging delivered by Consultant Radiologists and Specialist MRI Radiographers. The Study Day will focus on Pelvic MRI with presentations on current practice, developing your service, safety aspects and image interpretation.

The Liverpool Study Day will provide practice advice and guidance relevant to your daily practice in these areas, and there will be an opportunity to ask questions and liaise with the speakers during refreshment breaks and lunch. 

Programme and registration 

 

 

26th Annual Scientific Meeting of Hong Kong College of Radiologists

Date: 17–18 November 2018

Venue:  Hong Kong Academy of Medicine

Hong Kong College of Radiologists (HKCR) will organise the 26th Annual Scientific Meeting of HKCR at Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Jockey Club Building, Hong Kong SAR. The programme will consist of scientific symposia, special theme lectures, free paper presentations, scientific exhibits and technical exhibition.  Renowned overseas and prominent local speakers will cover a variety of topics in Radiology, Clinical Oncology and Nuclear Medicine.  The theme of this year's meeting will be 'Artificial Intelligence', 'Head & Neck Malignancies' and 'Gastrointestinal Malignancies'.

Further information

 

BNMS Autumn Meeting

Date: 19 November 2018

Venue: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin

This will be a joint meeting of the British Nuclear Medicine Society and the Irish Nuclear Medicine Association.  There will be various talks on musculoskeletal disease, multimodality imaging of Spinal Infection, SPECT-CT of the Foot and Ankle and more. Abstract submission opens in July (posters presentations only). Registration opens in mid-August.

Further information

Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance

Date: 20—22 November 2018

Venue: King’s College London, SE1 7EH

We cover the basic principles of CMR, its clinical indications and role in a multi-modality imaging environment.

Delegates will learn in lectures and small group sessions (teaching, cases and real-life scanning demonstration) gaining a solid understanding of when to refer a patient for Cardiovascular MRI and how to interpret CMR images and reports.

Further information

Neuroradiology Fellowship November 2018

Date: 26—30 November 2018

Venue: Barcelona, Spain – Torre Mapfre

29 CME Credits

Further information

 

Image-guided radiotherapy in clinical practice

Date: 7—9 February 2019

Venue: Royal Marsden NHS Trust, Fulham Road

Comprising two days of lectures and discussion and a half day of practical sessions is  held annually at the Royal Marsden NHS Trust, Fulham Road. Lectures are  delivered by experts in the field, with a strong focus on SABR and SBRT topics. The course is designed primarily oncologists, radiographers and physicists, and multi-disciplinary team attendance is encouraged (at a reduced rate)  

Further information

 

6th London FRCR 2b Course

Date: 9–10 March 2019

Venue: London, SE1 6NX 

The London FRCR course is an intensive preparation course for the FRCR 2b exam.

This course is deliberately set a few weeks prior to the exam and is intended to provide a platform for your revision and technique as you gear up for the final few weeks. We hope that this would provide adequate time to iron out any issues you may be facing.

The course fee is £495

Further information

 

10th Global Basic to Intermediate MSK MRI & Ultrasound Congress for Radiologists

Dates: 13—16 March 2019

Venue: Penang Island, Malaysia

Learn how to report on basic MSK MRI and perform screening and/or diagnostics ultrasound with at least 95% accuracy. Highlights practical tips not found in textbooks. Please see the course flyers here.

Further information

 

BNMS Spring Meeting

Date: 1—3 April 2019

Venue: The King’s Centre, Oxford

The British Nuclear Medicine Society will host their annual spring meeting. Discussion topics will include risks of secondary malignancy following radioiodine therapy, innovations in nuclear medicine and what's next and the role of FDG-PTE-CT in diagnosis and follow up of Endocarditis. There will also be talks hosted by Prof Sobhan Vinjamuri of Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Dr Manish Pandit and Dr Alp Notghi of Birmingham City Hospital.

Further information

Radiation protection training course

Dates: 1—5 April 2019

Venue: Education & Conference Centre,  The Royal Marsden, London

This course provides the theoretical background and training necessary for the radiological protection requirements of both ionising and non-ionising radiations used in hospitals. The five-day course covers all aspects of legislation and safe practice in the medical uses of ionising and non-ionising radiations.  As well as lectures there will be small informal workshop sessions covering a range of practical issues.

The course is at a level suitable for hospital physicists working in the field of radiation protection and is particularly suitable for those wishing to become Radiation Protection Advisors.

Further information

 

3rd World Congress on Radiology and Oncology 2019

Date: 8–9 April 2019

Venue: Abu Dhabi, UAE

The Theme of the Radiology and Oncology -2019 is “Practice, Research & Leadership: Weaving it all together "which covers the wide range of critically important sessions in the field of Oncology, Radiology, Cancer, and Imaging. This multidisciplinary multi-specialty oncology course will cover all aspects of cancer imaging and intervention. The objective of this meeting is to share the foremost updated knowledge on the radiology and the novel therapeutic options in Cancer treatment. We will gather academicians and young inspired scientists from all around the world involved in researchers at the cutting edge in the study of the radiology and oncology

Further information

 

ESGO 2019 Congress

Date: 2—5 November 2019

Venue: Athens, Greece

ESGO 2019 is your opportunity to learn and discuss the latest medical and scientific developments in gynaecological cancers research, treatment and care, as well as network with key opinion leaders and peers from around the world.

Further information

Electrical requirements for the electrical installation of medical radiological equipment

The course will consider the radiological aspects of the 2017 DH guidance “HTM06-01 Electrical services supply and distribution”. The new guidance has been re-structured and is more clearly split into two major policies – business risk and patient risk.  The requirements of this document need to be understood when a new radiology room is purchased especially that from now on, electrical installations compliance management will now be measured under the NHS Performance Assessment Model (PAM).

The course is for experienced project managers, medical and x-ray engineers and focuses on the relevant points for medical radiological installations.  There is a summary session at the beginning of the course that other healthcare staff may wish to attend in order to attain a brief overview of the new document.  This summary session would be aimed at radiographers and medical physics experts who are involved with medical radiological equipment purchasing and commissioning, and will explain the new policies and gives reference to the relevant sections of the guidance.

This short course is intended to be run at the customer’s site at their convenience.  

For further information please visit: http://medical-locations.co.uk/

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