Webinars

As part of its investment in e-learning for Fellows and members, the College is running a series of monthly webinars alternating between oncology and radiology themes. The webinars will be facilitated by leading experts from each specialty and cover various hot topics and essential training issues. The duration of each will be approximately 60 minutes and RCR members will have the opportunity to interact live with speakers and fellow participants. CPD credits will be awarded and for those unable to participate, and recordings will be made available via the previous webinars tab (login is required).

Upcoming webinars

Clinical radiolology trainee webinar series 

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UK Radiology trainers led by Dr John Curtis, Dr Daniel Fascia, Dr Radhika Prasad and Dr Jane Young, working with Dr Peter De Souza and the RCR education and training team, have created a programme of 1-hour teaching sessions which will be shown as live webinars to ensure radiology trainees have access to education while their training is disrupted/paused as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

These will be recorded and made available on the RCR E-learning hub for those colleagues not able to join the live session.

Listed below are the confirmed webinars, but we will be adding many more to this schedule over the coming days and weeks so please check regularly for updates and to register. 

Monday 6 April, 08:00-09:00
Imaging of facial and skull base trauma, led by Dr Steve Connor, King's College Hospital, London

Register for this webinar here

Please note that the maximum attendees for this live webinar is 200 so if you register but aren't able to join please email rcrlearning@rcr.ac.uk to cancel your place so we can release it. Please be assured that all webinars are recorded for the RCR E-learning hub for those colleagues not able to join the live session 

Wednesday 8 April, 13:00-14:00
Basics of spine imaging, led by Dr Abhishek Jain, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust 
The registration link for this session will be available on Monday 6 April

Tuesday 14 April April, 19:00-20:00
Head CT for acute emergency conditions: CTA for suspected stroke, led by Dr Richard Pullicino, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust
The registration link for this session will be available no later than Monday 13 April. 

Wednesday 15 April, 08:00-09:00
Rectal cancer staging, led by Dr Anita Wale, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London
The registration link for this session will be available on Tuesday 14 April. 

Thursday 16 April, 19:00-20:00
Biliary Imaging, led by Dr Latha Rajan, Wirral University Teaching Hospital
The registration link for this session will be available on Wednesday 15 April. 

Friday 17 April, 19:00-20:00
Essentials of head trauma imaging, led by Dr Mark Radon, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool
The registration link for this session will be available on Thursday 16 April. 

Wednesday 22 April, 13:00-14:00
Endometrial cancer, led by Dr Nishat Bharwani, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
The registration link for this session will be available no later than Tuesday 21 April.  

Tuesday 26 May, 13:00-14:00
Infectious diseases and tropical diseases, led by Dr Elizabeth Joekes, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust 
The registration link for this session will be available no later than Monday 25 May 

Previous webinars in this series:

CXR interpretation in an ITU setting, led by Dr John Curtis, Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool
This recording  is available on the RCR E-learning hub. 

MRI Knee - introduction to anatomy and common pathologies, led by Dr Daniel Fascia, Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust
This recording  is available on the RCR E-learning hub. 

Common radiology oncall scenarios, led by Dr Radhika Prasad, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
The recording of this webinar will be avialalbe on the RCR E-learning hub shortly.

 

Making Breast MRI work for you: tips and tricks

Wednesday 6 May, 17.15-18.15 
Led by Dr Sarah Vinnicombe, this webinar will give an overview of the current and evolving indications for breast MRI. It will cover choice of sequences, commonly occurring technical issues and recognition of artefacts, particularly in diffusion weighted imaging. Much of the webinar will be devoted to difficult areas in interpretation of breast MRI and ways of overcoming these. Finally, it will touch on developments in breast MRI and where these might lead in the near future.