Musculoskeletal Imaging Referral and Interpretation Course - Online

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9.00 - 13.00 both days
£155 + VAT

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LN6 8AD
United Kingdom

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53.1990605, -0.561071

Event details

9.00 - 13.00 both days
£155 + VAT

Online

N/A
N/A
LN6 8AD
United Kingdom

View map

53.1990605, -0.561071

Event details

9 - 5
£155 + VAT

Online

N/A
N/A
LN6 8AD
United Kingdom

View map

53.1990605, -0.561071

To enable continuing support for all our customers we have adapted this course to be conducted online. This interactive 2 x half day online course, or one full day as applicable, will provide you with the skills and information to make the most clinically appropriate and cost effective use of diagnostic imaging for your patient and improve your image interpretation skills and understanding of the radiology report. MRI, Ultrasound and X-ray imaging are increasingly used to provide additional information which may reinforce or change patient management.

The course will be conducted using Zoom Meetings. In addition, supplementary course content will be provided using our website member’s portal. Course access will require a PC/Mac or tablet (iPad or Android). Integral webcam and microphone is preferable although mobile dial in audio is supported (please contact us with any queries)

Especially designed for those seeking to refer or who are currently referring patients for imaging including First Contact Practitioners, this course includes topics on safe and appropriate referring, imaging management of MSK conditions, normal cross sectional imaging anatomy and pathology, image reporting and acting on the imaging results.

Specifically targeted Learning Outcomes will assist in:

Requesting of suitable imaging for the patient facilitating access to the appropriate speciality.
Turning a working diagnosis into a more definitive diagnosis.
Treatment being earlier and more appropriate.
Best use of available funding.
Swift decision making reassuring the patient.

Registration 9.00am. Course Times 9.00am - 13.00pm both days or 9.00am - 17.00pm single day, depending on course date