Oxford Emergency / On Call Radiology Course 2019

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  • Summer 2020 Courses

    Due to the current unprecedented coronavirus pandemic, we have taken the decision to postpone the summer 2020 course to 2021. The health and safety of our delegates and speakers is our primary concern. We will contact all delegates who are currently booked on. We wish you and you families all the best during this difficult time.

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    The aim of the course is to provide a foundation for radiology trainees beginning their on-call radiology duties. It will also be useful for consultants wishing to expand their knowledge of emergency radiology. The most commonly encountered topics and pathologies seen in the emergency department will be covered. Common pitfalls are carefully covered, and there is special emphasis on must not miss topics which create so much anxiety.

    Most sessions cover CT imaging, but there will also be lectures covering emergency spinal MRI, plain films in trauma and emergency ultrasound.  The interactive sessions are designed to simulate a busy night on call with requests and studies from all specialties.

    DAY ONE

    0930 Interactive

    1000 AXR and CXR – Dr Niall Moore

    1040 Trauma spine imaging – Dr Rowena Johnson

    1125 Break

    1145 The ABCs of Spine MRI On-Call – Dr Suzanne Chong

    1215 Interactive

    1245 Lunch

    1325 Head and Neck Emergencies Not to Miss – Dr Suzanne Chong

    1355 Emergency Ultrasound cases – Willatt

    1425 Abusive Head Trauma (Child Abuse) – Dr Suzanne Chong

    1455 Break

    1515 Blunt Traumatic Injuries: Chest, Abdomen and Pelvis – Dr Suzanne Chong

    1545 Interactive

    1615 Fractures in the ER. Ones I must not miss – Dr Rajat Chowdhury

    1645 Close

    DAY TWO

    0900 Interactive

    0930 CT Maxillofacial trauma – Dr Suzanne Chong

    1000 Interactive

    1030 Coffee

    1100 Pediatric abdominal emergencies – Dr Suzanne Chong

    1130 Interactive

    1200 CT nontraumatic abdominal emergencies – Dr Anirban De

    1245 Lunch

    1330 Interactive

    1400 Stroke – Dr Ruth Batty

    1430 Imaging CT Chest Pain in the ED: Usual and Unexpected Culprits – Dr Suzanne Chong

    1500 Break

    1530 Stroke – Dr Ruth Batty

    1600 Interactive

    1630 Close

    ‘This course is endorsed by the British Society of Emergency Radiology.

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