Clinical radiology webinars

Clinical radiology trainee webinar series 

Back by popular demand, this webinar series is designed for clinical radiology trainees. There will be 20 different sessions over the course of 2021 and this page will be continuously updated with new sessions so please to visit regularly or email to be kept up-to-date. 

Please note that these sessions are free to attend for both members, Fellows and non-members and we will record as many as possible for viewing at a later date if you aren't able to attend the live webinar. 

Upcoming webinars: 

Tuesday 2 February 2021, 19:00-20:00 (GMT)
Nuclear Medicine in Infection Imaging
Led by Dr John Buscombe, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge and President, British Nuclear Medicine Society 

The COVID pandemic has reminded us that despite living in the antibiotic era infection remains an important cause of both ill health and death. This webinar will explore how functional imaging using PET-CT and SPET-CT can be used to identify and localise infection. The webinar will be given by Dr John Buscombe, currently President of the British Nuclear Medicine Society who has 30+ years of experience in this field. 

Learning objectives:

  • To understand the role of FDG PET imaging in patients with suspected infection
  • To understand the role of labelled WBC imaging in patients with suspected infection

Register here

Thursday 25 February, 19:00-20:00 (GMT)
Suspected physical abuse in infants - What to look out for and what to do next

Led by Professor Amaka Offiah, Chai, European Society of Paediatric Radiology Child Abuse Task Force
Up to 1 in 14 UK children is physically abused. Radiology plays a key role, both for the medical diagnosis and in the legal management of inflicted injury in children. This webinar will discuss what imaging should be obtained and demonstrate the injuries that are suspicious of abuse. The webinar will be given by Professor Amaka C Offiah, currently Chair of the European Society of Paediatric Radiology Child Abuse Task Force, who has 20 years’ clinical and research experience in this field.

Learning objectives:

  • To understand the fractures and fracture patterns that should raise suspicion of abuse in infants
  • To become aware of the further imaging that should be performed in alignment with the RCR 2017 Guidelines, “The radiological investigation of suspected physical abuse”

Register here

Please note that this session will not be recorded due to the sensitive nature of the topic. 

View previous webinars in the CR Trainee webinar series. 

Fellows and members can watch recordings from our previous webinar series:

Please note some recordings will be available on our new RCR Learning Hub, which will be coming soon.