3rd national RCR Radiology Events and Learning Meeting (REALM)

When: 
Tuesday 1 November 2022 to Wednesday 2 November 2022
Venue address: 
Edinburgh International Conference Centre, The Exchange, Edinburgh, EH3 8EE
CPD credits: 
12

Tuesday 1 and Wednesday 2 November 2022, 9:30-16:45 (GMT)
Led by: Dr Li Wong, NHS Lothian and Dr Jon Smith, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust & REALM Chair

It’s not about the errors, it’s about the learning

This year’s themes: ‘Learn well, work well, connect well and live well’

Keynote speakers include:

  • Professor Mike Bruno, Penn State University.
  • Professor Lane Donnelly, University of North Carolina.
  • Dr Kath Halliday, President, Royal College of Radiologists.
  • Dr Adrian Brady, European Society of Radiology.
  • David Robson, Science writer and author.
  • Plus other Scottish based radiologists.

The meeting will include talks on ‘how I run my REALM’, trainee experience of the REALM, networking, outsourcing, DATIX reporting, coping with errors, self-care, resilience and many other topics.

Previous courses have sold out with 100% of attendees saying that they would recommend this course to colleagues, so please book early to avoid disappointment. Consultants, trainees, radiographers and managers welcome. Not restricted to RCR members.


Outline of agenda

Day one:

8.00amRegistration and coffee
8.55amIntroduction Dr Li Wong, NHS Lothian 
9.00am-12.30pmSession 1: Learn wellChaired by Professor Michael Bruno, Penn State University, Dr Li Wong, NHS Lothian and Dr Jon Smith, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
9.00amError and uncertainty in diagnostic radiology: working toward a deeper understanding of our errors in practice, why they happen, and what can be done about themProfessor Michael Bruno, Penn State University
9.45am Preparing well and behaving well - how to survive the inevitable consequences of our inevitable errorsDr Ian Zealley, NHS Tayside
10.00amPeer learning in radiology

Professor Lane Donnelly, University of North Carolina

10.30amPanel discussion and Q&A
11.00amCoffee break
 Pitfalls
11.30am4 pitfalls in neuro imagingDr Sarah Jenkins, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
11.45am4 pitfalls in head and neck imagingDr David Summers, University of Edinburgh
12.00pm4 pitfalls in cardiothoracic imagingDr Michelle Williams, University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian
12.15pmQ&A
12.30pmLunch break
1.30pm-5.00pmSession 2: Work wellChaired by Professor Lane Donnelly, University of North Carolina, Dr Li Wong, NHS Lothian and Dr Jon Smith, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
1.30pmLessons in Quality, Safety & Service: A Total System PerspectiveProfessor Lane Donnelly, University of North Carolina
2.00pmIs Datix a good way to learn?Dr Sarah Jenkins, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
2.15pmHow I run my teaching hospital REALMDr Andrew S. McQueen, The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
2.30pmTrainees and the REALMAnna Coad, West of Scotland trainee
2.45pmQ&A
3.15pmCoffee break
 Pitfalls
3.45pm4 Pitfalls in MSK imaging (non-MRI)Dr Khalid Ali, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
4.00pm4 pitfalls in MRI MSK imagingDr David Scott, NHS Tayside
4.15pm4 pitfalls in GU imagingDr Jonathan Serhan, NHS Fife
4.30pm4 pitfalls in Gynaecological imagingDr En Hsun Choi, NHS Forth Valley
4.45pmPanel discussion
5.00pmEnd of day

 

Day two:

8.00amCoffee and welcome
8.30am-2.45pmSession 3: Communicate/connect wellChaired by Professor Michael Bruno, Penn State University, Dr Li Wong, NHS Lothian and Dr Jon Smith, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
8.30amDealing with Diagnostic uncertainty: Minimizing it, communicating it effectively, and learning to live with it when it can’t be avoidedProfessor Michael Bruno, Penn State University
9.10am4 Pitfalls in Radiology Report WritingDr Adrian Brady, European Society of Radiology
9.30am4 things I’ve learned as “Getting it right first time” LeadDr Kath Halliday, President, Royal College of Radiologists
9.50amEstablishing REAL in the Scottish NHS insourcing networkDr Peter Keston, NHS Lothian
10.05amREAL Radiology for one and all: Radiopaedia’s foundationDr Jeremy Jones, NHS Lothian
10.20amPanel Discussion
10:45amCoffee break
 Pitfalls
11.15am4 pitfalls in acute abdomenDr Dympna McAteer, NHS Grampian
11.30am4 pitfalls in HPB imagingDr Subra Viswanathan, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
11.45am4 pitfalls in PET/CTDr George Petrides, The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
12.00pm4 pitfalls in financial planningTBC
12.15pmPanel discussion
12:30pmLunch break
1:30pmHow I run my REALM in AberdeenDr Nazleen Muhammad Gowdh, NHS Scotland
 Pitfalls
1.45pm4 pitfalls in breast imagingDr Jennifer Royds, NHS Lothian
2.00pm4  pitfalls in paediatric imagingDr Jeremy Jones, NHS Lothian
2.15pm4 pitfalls in vascular radiologyDr Shilpi Pal, NHS Scotland
2.30pmQ&A
2.45pmCoffee break
3.15pm-5.00pmSession 4: Live wellChaired by Professor Lane Donnelly, University of North Carolina, Dr Li Wong, NHS Lothian and Dr Jon Smith, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
3.15pmThe expectation effect – how you can reset your expectations to improve health happiness and productivityDavid Robson, Science writer and author
3.45pmA Program to Improve Physician WellnessProfessor Lane Donnelly, University of North Carolina
4.05pmHealth and wellbeing at workDr Kate Kennedy
4.25pmEquality & Diversity: Role in Living & Working Well Dr Cindy Chew 
4.40pmQ&A
5.00pmEvent end

 


Registration fees: 

Consultant RCR Fellow and member£375
Trainee RCR member£250
Non-member£525
Other concessions (Allied healthcare professionals, students, retired)£150

COVID-19 guidance:

RCR events are staged in line with the government’s COVID-19 guidelines. The wearing of facemasks is optional. Please be aware of those around you and be mindful that some attendees may be maintaining a degree of social distancing, especially in busier areas.