RCR19 webinar series: Head and neck imaging survival guide: 10 Protocols and pitfalls

Thursday 8 August 2019
Venue address: 
The Royal College of Radiologists, 63 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3JW
CPD credits: 

Led by Dr Steve Connor, leading the Non-oncological head and neck and cranial nerve imaging session at RCR19 and the BSHNI Travelling Professor, this two part webinar series will cover a number of practical tips to aid reviewing and protocolling head and neck CT and MRI studies. It will focus on some useful imaging signs, “red flag” features, normal variants and difficult areas for the radiologist. There will be a series of themes and this will be illustrated with examples involving a range of different subsites in the head and neck.
The overall aim is for it to be a useful guide to increase confidence in reporting head and neck imaging topics. Hopefully there will be something for everyone from the junior trainee to the consultant.

Please follow the link below to book for part 1:
Part 1: 10 Tricks and tips, Thursday 25 July

The Non-oncological head and neck and cranial nerve imaging session will be held at RCR19 on Monday 14 October 2019. 

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17:15 British Summer Time (BST)

21:45 Indian Standard Time (IST)
00:15(+1) China Standard Time (CST)
02:15 (+1) Austrailian Eastern Stadard Time (AEST)
00:15 (+1) Austrailian Western Standard Time (AWST)
04:15 (+1) New Zealand StandardTime (NZST)


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If you are not a member of the College you can still join this webinar. Please complete the registration form below and return to conf@rcr.ac.uk.

The Conference and Programmes office do have their own privacy policy, should you wish to review this ahead of making your booking. 

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Contact us

For any queries relating to this event please contact

Professional Learning and Development
The Royal College of Radiologists
63 Lincoln's Inn Fields

email: conf@rcr.ac.uk

Tel: 020 7406 5942


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