Neonatal imaging study day

Tuesday 28 June 2022
Venue address: 
The Royal College of Radiologists, 63 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3JW
CPD credits: 

Course lead: Dr Rhianydd Williams

A comprehensive neonatal imaging study day aimed at senior trainees and consultants. Will include practical guidance and tips to ensure you provide high quality image interpretation and procedural studies for this niche patient group. The day will cover multi system reporting; body and neuroradiology and advice on common fluoroscopy studies. Variety of lectures will include approaching suspected dysplasia’s from birth and advice on imaging and identifying common congenital anomalies. Collaborative lecture with the British Society of Paediatric Radiology (BSPR) will ensure a great breadth of the paediatric radiology community is included on this in person interactive study day.


10:00-10:40Neonatal Chest Radiograph Interpretation, Dr Thomas Semple, Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust
10:40-11:20Abdominal Radiograph imaging in Neonates, Dr Joanna Kasznia-Brown, Sommerset NHS Foundation Trust
11:40-12:20Neonates Fluoroscopy, ‘How I do it’, Dr Manigandan Thyagarajan, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
12:20-13:00Neonatal Cross Sectional Imaging, Dr Kirupa Haran Jogeesvaran, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

Joint session with the BSPR - Metabolic Bone abnormalities and suspected abuse, Dr Katharine Halliday, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

14:30-15:10Identifying skeletal dysplasia in the newborn, Dr Joy Barber, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
15:30-16:00Interventional radiology and techniques, Dr Subhasis Chakraborty, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
16:00-16:40Neuroradiology Imaging, Dr Ian Craven, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
16:40-16:45Final thoughts/Wrap up

Registration fees: 

Consultant RCR member£220
Trainee RCR member£150
Allied healthcare professionals£150

COVID-19 guidance:

We kindly request that anyone attending a College event take COVID lateral flow test within 24 hours of your visit. If you are unable to attend due to a positive test or needing to self-isolate, please contact us and we can arrange for your booking to be transferred to another event. The wearing of facemasks is optional but encouraged. 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. We will update on any guidance closer to the time as part of the event joining instructions.