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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Monday 8 March 2021, 19:00-20:00 (GMT)
Led by Dr Annette Johnstone, consultant radiologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
This webinar describes the appearances and signs used to place mediastinal masses on a CXR, as well as discussing common differential diagnosis for a mediastinal mass based on the compartment and CT appearances.
Using case-based examples trainees should:
- Understand the anatomy of the mediastinum.
- Understand the role and limitations of CXR in identifying & placing mediastinal masses.
- Be able to correlate the findings observed on CXR to CT appearances.
- Compile a reasonable differential diagnosis based on CXR and CT appearances.
Finding your dream consultant job, and surviving the first year
Wednesday 24 March 2021, 19:00-20:00 (GMT)
Led by Dr Andrew Koo, consultant radiologist, Harrogate District Hospital
You are near the end of your training and it won’t be long until you apply for a consultant job. This can be a challenging process filled with unfamiliarity. How do you know if this is the job for you?
This webinar will explore various considerations of finding your dream job and help you gain an insight into the extensive pre-interview preparation required. This webinar will also explain how to make your transition from a final year registrar to a first-year Consultant just a little easier.
- To develop a strategy in order to maximise your chances of getting the Consultant job you want.
- To anticipate and tackle challenges or pitfalls of being a first-year Consultant.
V/Q (ventilation/perfusion) imaging
Led by Dr Richard Graham, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
- 1. Understand the principles of V/Q imaging
- 2. Describe the indications for V/Q imaging
- 3. Describe the situations where V/Q imaging has advantages over CTPA
- 4. Understand the reporting criteria for V/Q SPECT
Fellows and members can watch recordings from our previous webinar series:
- Clinical radiology trainee webinar series
- Global webinar series
- COVID-19 acute medicine refresher and update webinar series
- Essential radiology for medical students and foundation doctors
Please note some recordings will be available on our new RCR Learning Hub, which will be coming soon.