External events

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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)  

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Head and Neck Imaging refresher course 2019

Date: 8 February 2019

Venue: Crowne Plaza Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne

This one day course focusses on key areas of head and neck imaging, featuring leading radiologists and surgeons from across the UK. The clinically orientated programme combines plenary style lectures and panel discussion with interactive case based workshops in order to provide high quality education for those wishing to consolidate and develop their knowledge and skills in head and neck imaging. The event is based outside of London to facilitate better access for a wide range of trainees and consultants and is located in an outstanding hotel conference venue, directly alongside Newcastle Central Rail station.

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Becoming a consultant

Date: 12 February 2019

Venue: The Royal College of Radiologists, London

This one-day seminar is aimed at senior trainees from both RCR faculties. The programme will cover the challenges encountered after being appointed to the consultant grade and the commonest pressure points of the first few years.

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Regulation of Medical Radiological Equipment (with Exhibition)

Date: 26 February 2019

Venue: British Dental Association, London

This event has been organised by SRP's Medical Committee to explain the new regulatory responsibilities since the recent introduction of new UK radiation protection regulations.

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Supervisor skills

Date: 28 February 2019

Venue: The Royal College of Radiologists, London

The Supervisor Skills workshops are designed around the GMC’s supervisor training requirements. Those requirements include the need for all for educational and clinical supervisors to be ‘appropriately trained’ before being allocated named trainees.

This workshop is for both clinical radiology and clinical oncology delegates and also covers the specific workplace-based assessments in the respective curricula.

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Managing the trainee in difficulty

Date: 8 March 2019

Venue: The Royal College of Radiologists, London

Jointly delivered with the National Clinical Assessment Service (NCAS) these workshops are designed for those who deal first-hand with trainee performance concerns – such as clinical and educational supervisors, College Tutors, Training Programme Directors.

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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

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Palliative radiotherapy study day

Date: 13 March 2019

Venue: The Royal College of Radiologists, London

This study day provides a comprehensive overview of current status of palliative radiotherapy in modern oncology with focus on clinical and ethical aspects of palliative radiotherapy, integration with enhanced supportive care, evidence based practice and examples how to run a successful palliative and support care services. Topics also include role of palliative radiotherapy in postoperative settings, in combination with new systemic therapies and in elderly and frail patients.

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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.

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Neuroanatomy for Imagers

Date: 14 March 2019

Venue: King’s College London, London

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.

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Meeting Clinical Need in Prostate Cancer with Next Generation ImagingSiemens

Date: 14–15 March 2019

Venue: Siemens GB&I headquarters, Frimley

Siemens Healthineers hosts its first advanced prostate imaging course, Meeting Clinical Need in Prostate Cancer with Next Generation Imaging, with Professor Anwar Padhani. Professor Anwar Padhani, Radiologist at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, has six years’ experience lecturing at The Institute of Cancer Research and joins Siemens Healthineers in presenting the two-day course held at Siemens Healthineers GB&I Headquarters in Frimley, Surrey. Professor Padhani will cover a number of topics, providing in-depth guidance and insight into; PI-RADS scoring system, mpMRI usage for disease detection & biopsy guidance, the impacts for low risk disease management, impacts on Intermediate & high-risk cancers, biochemical recurrence and advanced prostate cancer including metastatic disease response.

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22nd Annual PET/CT Meeting

Date: 18 March 2019–19 March 2019

Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, London

Attend this event to review current developments and some of the challenges in the use of PET/CT in oncological and non oncology practice in the UK.

At this two-day meeting, you will cover topics such as the emerging roles of PET CT in head and neck cancer surveillance and Choline PET CT: normal and abnormal appearance.

The programme will be of interest to radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, clinical oncologists, oncological surgeons, health care managers, commissioners of health care, PET CT physicists.

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Imaging in genito-urinary oncology - an update

Date: 21 March 2019

Venue: The Royal College of Radiologists, London

A study day to provide a comprehensive update on imaging of gynaecological and urological malignancies for treatment planning and follow up. Established practice and future developments.

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Patient safety approach in radiology

Date: 29 March 2019

Venue: The Royal College of Radiologists, London

This event covers a wide spectrum in radiology safety including reporting, interventions, workforce, adverse events and technologies. It is recommended for consultants, trainees and allied health professionals working in radiology.

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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.

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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.

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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

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Royal College of Radiologists Abstract competition

Deadline: 12 April 2019

Submissions are invited for Clinical Oncology Scientific abstracts and the Audit ePoster Competition, which are held as part of RCR19.

 

RiiSE19

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Date: 13 April 2019

Venue: Edinburgh

Radiological Imaging and Intervention Symposium Edinburgh (RiiSE) is a student-coordinated project which aims to raise the profile of careers in radiology and interventional radiology to UK medical students and junior doctors. Increasing dependence on diagnostic radiology services and the massive growth of minimally-invasive radiology-guided procedures has seen these specialities rise to the forefront of modern healthcare.

See our poster for more details and for abstract submission instructions! Click here to register Contact us at RiiSEConference@gmail.com with any questions.

 

CR Audit and quality improvement forum: Promoting patient centric radiology

Date: 7 May 2019

Venue: The Royal College of Radiologists, London

The 2019 RCR Audit & QI Forum will continue to promote maintaining quality in radiology and will include a variety of high profile speakers covering a range of topics including an update on “Getting it right first time- radiology” as well as presentation and discussion of recent and upcoming RCR national audits. The programme will appeal to all those involved and interested in radiological audit and quality improvement, including departmental audit leads.

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Spinal diagnosis and intervention

Date: 16 May 2019

Venue: Cavendish Conference Centre, London

This meeting is aimed at radiologists and allied health care practitioners involved in caring for patients with common spinal conditions.

The speakers are all eminent in their field and have a reputation for being both excellent presenters and entertaining.

The varied topics should provide a useful update as to what is current in the area of spinal Imaging and Intervention of relevance to the delegates area of practice.

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MSK Radiology for Trainees: The Key Principles

Date: 16 May 2019

Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, London

This foundation course will provide the principles of musculoskeletal radiology and its application in common pathologies. Join us at this one day meeting presenting the fundamentals of musculoskeletal normal appearances, pitfalls, common pathologies and case presentations. The event will be divided into six case presentations each featuring lectures on a different joint.

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The Wizardry of Artificial Intelligence: AI and Machine Learning in Cancer Imaging

Date: 17–18 May 2019

Venue: Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal

On behalf of the Champalimaud Foundation and the International Cancer Imaging Society, we would like to invite you to attend this special focus multidisciplinary meeting on the development and application of artificial intelligence and machine learning in Cancer Imaging.

This meeting will bring together specialists in oncology, cancer imaging, AI and ML, as well as industry members to present and discuss the issues, understand clinical needs, identify common goals and to prioritise developments.

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Spine Pain and Spinal Pain Treatments

Date: 20 May 2019  

Venue: Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital

Objective to review the causes of spinal pain and the treatments of spinal pain.  It will also focus on possible complications of these treatments.  There will be particular emphasis on audience participation and discussion.  Topics include: spine pain (a neurologist’s view), spine pain (a surgeon’s view), spine interventions (a physiotherapist’s view), image guided spinal intervention: what can go wrong, (a spinal injuries consultant view), facet joint treatment, vertebroplasty

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Advanced MRI and CT imaging workshop: nerves, metal and more

Date: 20–21 May 2019              

Venue:  Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital

Intensive course will cover various aspects of neurography and imaging around implants including technical aspects and clinical situations.  World-renowned faculty member in small groups to allow participant involvement.  Aims to equip participants with knowledge of what is currently achievable with widely available software.  Also lecture and tutorials on new developments in these areas

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Imaging of Orthopaedic Implants

Date: 21 May 2019  

Venue:  Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital

Objective to review the imaging of orthopaedic implants.  It will address when, why and how to image and will review specific implant and implantation-related problems in the most commonly treated joints/body areas.  The lectures will be given by radiologists and orthopaedic surgeons.  Tutorials will consolidate the contents of the lectures by discussing specific cases in depth.  A particular emphasis will be on discussion of the complex field occupying the borderlands of radiology and orthopaedics.

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SRP Annual Conference (with Exhibition)

Date: 21–23 May 2019

Venue: Scarborough Spa

SRP's Charter states the object of The Society is to 'Promote the science and art of RP and allied fields for the public benefit'. This conference intends to address this theme with presentations from speakers and posters, both invited and submitted papers, covering all aspects of RP and allied fields, examining the application and communication of the art and science of RP. In support of this, we will also be running workshops on SRP Uncertainty, Soft Skills for Communicating Risk and ALARP

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Ionising Radiation Metrology Forum (IRMF) (with Exhibition)

Date: 12 June 2019

Venue: The Centre, Warrington

If you would like to exhibit at this event, please email charlene.matthewman@srp-uk.org as soon as possible as places are limited.

Already exhibiting:

High Technology Sources Ltd

Mirion Technologies (Canberra)

Phoenix Dosimetry

Pycko

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Class 7 Transport for the Small User: Hospitals & Universities (with Exhibition)

Date: 19 June 2019

Venue: Austin Court, Birmingham

If you would like to exhibit at this event, please email charlene.matthewman@srp-uk.org as soon as possible as places are limited. 

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5th International Conference on Oncology and Research

Date: 25–26 July 2019

Venue: Rome, Italy

Oncology-2019 conference includes plenary lectures, keynote lectures and short courses by eminent personalities from around the world. In addition, we also have oral presentations and poster presentations.

This International Oncology Conference provides a platform for cancer researchers, clinicians, oncologists, academicians and young scientists from all over the world to meet, share, update and comprehend the major problems encountered in diagnosing, preventing and treating cancer. Together we can fight against the deadly cancer by creating the awareness and Oncology-2019 is the perfect platform.

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Abdominal emergencies

Date: 17 September 2019

Venue: Cavendish Conference Centre, London

This study day is aimed at radiologists involved with acute CT (computed tomography) commitments, both consultants and trainees. We hope to cover the broad range of abdomino-pelvic pathologies encountered in patients who present acutely to accident and emergency, medical and surgical specialities and in the postoperative setting. The role of imaging in diagnosis and patient management will be illustrated.

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8th InterAmerican Oncology Conference

Date: 17–18 October 2019

Venue: Buenos Aires, Argentina

 A faculty of speakers from the United States and Europe has committed to participate in this meeting. The conference agenda will focus on new translational advances in the treatment of cancer as well as provide updates of conventional therapies for a number of the most common tumor types. The meeting objectives are designed to introduce the audience to the latest information on targeted therapies, immunotherapies, and emerging treatments in early development. The major emphasis will be on clinical aspects of cancer treatment in the 21st century with discussion of significant scientific advances underlying the novel approaches still in preclinical development. This meeting is the primary opportunity for practicing oncologists, hematologists, urologists, basic clinical and translational investigators, scientists and cancer related health care workers to participate in a conference focusing on novel targeted therapies and other treatment advances which are changing the face of cancer care. The presentations are translated into Spanish in real time for the attendees.

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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.

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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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