Previous clinical radiology webinars

Fellows and members can access recordings of previous webinars:

Clinical radiology trainee webinar series: 

Approach to arthritis (held on 21 May 2020)
Led by Dr Sameer Shamshuddin
The twenty-fourth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees. Dr Shamshuddin dicussed the appraoch to arthritis. This recording will be made availalbe shortly. 

Interventional imaging – what a diagnostic radiologist might what to know (held on 20 May 2020)
Led by Dr Alistair Craig
The twenty-third in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees. Dr Craig dicussed what a diagnostic radiologist may want to know from interventional imaging.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Imaging of pumonary nodules (held on 19 May 2020)
Led by Dr Iain Au-Yong
The twenty-second in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees. Dr Au-Yong dicussed imaging of pulmonary nodules. 
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Basics of breast imaging (held on 14 May 2020)
Led by Dr Diana Stavrou
The twenty-first in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Stavrou discussed the basics of breast imaging.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Interesting cases from the Royal Marsden Hospital (held on 12 May 2020)
Led by Dr Eleanor Moskovic
The twentieth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Moskovic discusses interesting cases from the Royal Marsden Hospital.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

The Paediatric Chest (held on 11 May 2020)
Led by Dr Jane Young
The ninteenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Young discussed imaging the paediatric chest.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Errors in radiology (held on 7 May 2020)
Led by Dr Mike Dobson
The eighteenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Dobson discussed errors in radiology.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here

Imaging the pregant patient (held on 5 May 2020)
Led by Dr Rebecca Wiles
The seventeenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Wiles discussed the imaging the pregnant patient.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here

Radiographic diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis (held on 4 May 2020)
Led by Dr Dennis Bielecki
The sixteenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Bielecki discussed the radiographic diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Showing surgical and radiotherapy relevant anatomy to MDT colleagues – anatomic reference points in colorectal cancer reporting (held on 30 April 2020)
Led by Professor Gina Brown
The fifteenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Professor Brown discussed anatomic reference points in colorectal cancer reporting.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

The Child with a Limp (held on 28 April 2020)
Led by Dr Nick Owen
The fourteenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr NIck Owen discussed the child with a limp. 
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Liver imaging reporting and data system (LI-RADS) (held on 27 April 2020)
Led by Dr Priyan Tantrige
The thirteenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Priyan Tantrige discussed liver imaging reporting and data systems.

Blunt and penetrating trauma - how I review trauma body CT (held on 24 April 2020)
Led by Dr Elizabeth Dick
The  twelth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Elizabeth Dick discussed how to review a trauma body CT.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Thoracic imaging and intervention - the basics (held on 23 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Fiona MIller 
The eleventh in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Fiona Miller discussed the basics of thoracic imaging and intervention.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Endometrial cancer (held on 22 April)
Led by: Dr Nishat Bharwani 
The tenth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Nishat Bharwani discussed endometrial cancer. 
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Essentials of head trauma imaging (held on 17 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Mark Radon 
The ninth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Mark Radon discussed the essentials of head trauma imaging. 
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Biliary imaging (held 16 April 2020)
led by Dr Latha Rajan
The eigth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Latha Rajan discussed biliary imaging and the gallbladder. 
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Rectal cancer staging (held 15 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Anita Wale 
The seventh in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Anita Wale discussed rectal cancer staging. This recording will be available shortly. 

Head CT for acute emergency conditions: CTA for suspected stroke (held on 14 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Richard Pullicino
The sixth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Richard Pullicino discussed head CT for acute emergency conditions. 
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Basics of Spine Imaging (held on 8 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Abhishek Jain
The fifth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Abhishek Jain discussed spine imaging.

Imaging of facial and skull base trauma (held on 6 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Steve Connor
The fourth in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Steve Connor discussed  facial and skull base trauma imaging.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Common radiology on-call scenarios (held on 2 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Radhika Prasad
The third in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Radhika Prasad discussed common on-call scenarios.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

MRI Knee - Introduction to anatomy and common pathologies (held on 31 March 2020) 
Led by: Dr Daniel Fascia
The second in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr Daniel Fascia discussed MRI of the knee.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

CXR interpretation in an ITU setting (held on 26 March 2020)
Led by: Dr John Curtis 
The first in the series especially produced for Clinical Radiology trainees, Dr John Curtis discussed Chest X-ray interpretation in the ICU.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.


Overseas webinar series 

This programme has been created by the International Committee of the Royal College of Radiologists and designed for Radiologists working around the world, especially in the Middle East.

MRI Knee - ligaments and corners (held 20 May 2020)
Led by Dr Ramy Mansour
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.


Webinar: Breast - elastography (held 6 May 2020)
Led by Professor Andrew Evans
This webinar showed how elastography can help you biopsy less fibroadenomas, monitor NACT and much more!
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.


Supporting Clinical Radiology trainees during COVID-19 Pandemic (held 24 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Caroline Rubin, Dr Teik Choon See and Dr Gwen Adshead
This webinar gave guidance for wellbeing support.


Clarity on COVID-19 - A Practical Guide from the BSTI (held on 2 April 2020)
Led by: Dr Ruth McStay and Dr Annette Johnstone
This webinar gave practical guidance with examples of recent studies.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.


COVID-19 Acute medicine refresher and update webinar series

Co-ordinated by:  Stephanie Brown (ST3 Clinical Oncology), Leroy Okonta (ST5 Clinical Oncology), Hannah Tharmalingam (Consultant Oncologist, RCR Vice President Clinical Oncology)

We hope this webinar series is helpful for those of our members who are expected to return to the acute medical take during the COVID-19 outbreak. The series consists of three webinars aiming to provide a refresher and update on common medical conditions seen on the acute take, and will recap initial investigations, initial management and considerations for escalation to higher levels of care. We have a range of presenters - with specialty specific consultants, registrars and trainees who are working in acute hospitals in the South Coast, East of England and London. 

View webinar 1 of 3
Dr Rosalind Haire - Asthma, COPD and pulmonary embolism
Dr Rebecca Rogers - Diabetic ketoacidosis and HHS
Dr Francesca Hall - Stroke
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

View webinar 2 of 3
Dr David Kirtchuk - Acute coronary syndrome
Dr Meha Patel - Decompensated liver disease
Dr Katie Honney - Delirium
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

View webinar 3 of 3
Dr Kunaal Kharbanda - Acute kidney injury
Dr Rishi Banerjee - Sepsis
Dr David Kirtchuk - Heart failure
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.


Essential radiology for medical students and foundation doctors 

Delivered by radiologists, this series will focus on essential radiology so that medical students and foundation doctors are able to obtain accelerated learning prior to  ward deployment.

Part 1 (held on 22 April 2020)
led by Dr John Curtis and Dr Radhika Prasad.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.

Part 2 (held on 23 April 2020)
led by Dr Maria Tsakok and Dr David Grant.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here

Part 3 (held on 15 May 2020)
led by Dr Rebecca Wiles.
If you are not a member of the RCR, you can view this webinar here.


PET-CT in breast cancer an overview (held on 30 January 2020)
Led by Professor Iain Lyburn
The webinar focused a brief outline of the principles of PETCT /the main tracer utilised and breast cancer/problem solving in complex cases.


Cancer multidisciplinary team meeting (held on 4 December 2019)
Led by Dr Ravivarma Balasubramaniam
This webinar focused on the difficulties currently facing many imaging departments in supporting MDTMs and detailed some potential solutions that are available.


Leadership series: 

Learning systems: using data for continuous improvement (held on 14 November 2019)
Led by: Dr Tricia Woodhead
The webinar focused on the value of data to achieve learning at any level. It covered the way to bring together information and audit data so as to ensure that change is an improvement and continuously supports your leadership work.

Equipping Leaders to develop local healthcare improvement in partnership (held on 9 September 2019)
Led by: Dr Tricia Woodhead
This webinar explored how team and department leaders can work more effectively across the wider system in which they are working to improve services and quality of care.

Supporting local, departmental and system wide continuous improvement (held on 8 May 2019)
Led by: Dr Tricia Woodhead
This one-hour webinar discussed the ways and means to develop the capacity to make improvements and positive changes. It explored the necessary ingredients to support learning and continuous improvement at team, department and organisation level. This was the second event in the Leadership and Quality Improvement Programme for senior trainees and consultants series.

Effective and inclusive leadership of and with your team (held on 18 March 2019)
Led by: Dr Tricia Woodhead
This webinar explored driver 2 and considered approaches to compassionate, inclusive and effective leadership at all levels. It shared lessons and ideas from healthcare across the world, in particular exploring the small things that you can change that make a big difference to the experience and effectiveness of your staff and thus patient care.


Update on gadolinium based contrast agent issues (held on 5 November 2019)
Led by: Dr Giles Roditi
This webinar was aimed at all healthcare professionals involved in MRI for adult patients where GBCAs may be used.


A day in the life of....

A day in the life of... an MSK radiologist (held on 2 September 2019)
Led by Dr Teik Chooi Oh
This webinar shared experiences of a typical day in the life of a musculoskeletal Radiologist.

A day in the life of... an interventional radiologist (held on 13 March 2019)
Led by: Dr Thoraya Ammar, London
Interventional radiology (IR) is a dynamic speciality combining cutting edge technology with innovative advances in medicine. This webinar explored how radiologists can combine their background clinical knowledge with radiological diagnostic skills and technical ability in bringing high impact treatments to patients of varied ages and pathologies across all specialities, whilst working with one of the most energetic, enthusiastic, and pioneering communities in medicine.

A day in the life of... A GI radiologist (held on 21 January 2019)
Led by: Dr Jaymin Patel and Dr Oliver Duxbury
Gastrointestinal radiology encompasses a broad range of pathology and imaging modalities. In this webinar, Dr Jaymin Patel discussed his own week as a sub-specialist radiologist and highlighted the realities of choosing a career in this diverse and interesting subspecialty.

A day in the life of... a uroradiologist (held on 17 January 2019)
Led by: Dr Phil Haslam, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle
Uroradiology combines all the best aspects of diagnostic radiology with interventional radiology. This webinar discussed Dr Phil Haslam's highly varied week involving theatre sessions working alongside urology colleagues, ultrasound biopsy, complex MRI, CT renal ablation and prostate artery embolisation. The webinar presented that this specialty is constantly evolving and allows varying balances between diagnostic and IR work.

A day in the life of... a breast radiologist (held on 16 October 2018)
Led by: Dr Sheetal Sharma, British Society of Breast Radiology Secretary, Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Dr Tharsi Sarvananathan, British Society of Breast Radiology, Trainee Representative, Kent Surrey and Sussex Training Scheme
This webinar aimed to highlight the hands-on practical diagnostic work-up using the available advanced technology with ample patient contact in the symptomatic and screening settings.


RCR19 webinar series: 

RCR19 webinar series: Head and neck imaging survival guide: 10 protocols and pitfalls (held on 8 August 2019)
Led by Dr Steve Connor
This was the second of a two part webinar series. There were a series of themes and these were illustrated with examples involving a range of different subsites in the head and neck.

RCR19 webinar series: Head and neck imaging survival guide: 10 tricks and tips (held on 25 July 2019)
Led by Dr Steve Connor
This was the first of a two part webinar series. It covered a number of practical tips to aid reviewing and protocolling head and neck CT and MRI studies. It focused on some useful imaging signs, 'red flag' features, normal variants and difficult areas for the radiologist. 

RCR19 Webinar Series: Fetal Imaging (held on 26 June 2019)
Led by Dr Elspeth Whitby
With Dr Whitby leading the Fetal imaging session at RCR19, this webinar discussed what other professionals require from fetal MRI. This information aids choice of place of delivery, experts required to be at the delivery and immediate post delivery care.


Clinical Radiology CESR applications (held on 16 August 2019)
Led by Dr Dominic Blunt and Ruth Gibson
This webinar was designed to give potential applicants a basis for making the best application for a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR) in Clinical radiology.


Promoting discussion and interaction in your sessions (held on 24 June 2019)
Led by: Amandeep Hothi
Are you stuck in a presenting rut? Would you like to design sessions that are more interactive and engages the audience more? This short webinar demonstrated tips and techniques that you can use.


Implantable Cardiac Electronic Devices and MRI - how to develop services (held on 15 May 2019)
Led by: Dr Charlotte Manisty with Dr Anish Bhura
This webinar highlighted the clinical need for improving MRI provision to patients with pacemakers and defibrillators, and aimed to help those developing these services.


Vertebral fracture identification (held on 12 December 2018).
Led by: Jill Griffin, Consultant Practitioner in Bone Densitometry and NOS Clinical Lead for Quality Improvement
Are osteoporotic vertebral fractures on CT significant unexpected findings? This webinar from the National Osteoporosis Society explored why vertebral fractures are a powerful predictor of further fractures. Up to 70% in the UK remain undiagnosed, and this webinar discussed how this can be improved.

Mangement pathway for ovarian cysts found on imaging (held on 28 November 2018)
Led by: Dr Roger Moshy
Modern imaging throws up many incidentalomas, one of which is the 'ovarian cyst'. A management pathway has been developed for these (and all adnexal masses) which seems to work very well. This webinar reviewed the pathway and also answered delegate's questions as to how it works in practice.


Aortic dissection (held on 27 September 2018)
Led by: Professor Mark Callaway, Consultant Radiologist, Dr Emma Redfern, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Dr Mark Hamilton, Consultant Cardiac Radiologist, and Mr Cha Rajakaruna, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon.
This webinar brought together experts to discuss this important disease and how early CT imaging has a major role in the management of this condition.


Duty of candour: what does it mean for radiologists (held on Thursday 16 August 2018)
Speaker: Dr Nicola Strickland, President, The Royal College of Radiologists
This webinar considered the legislation of duty of candour, its application, how duty of candour applies to radiologists both diagnostic and interventional.


CNS Infection - Brain MRI in Clinical Practice (held on 22 Friday June 2018)
Speaker: Professor Tchoyoson Lim, National Neuroscience Institute, Duke-NUS, Singapore
This webinar highlighted MRI features of common CNS infections and their complications and mimics.


Productivity tips and tricks for radiologists (held on Thursday 14 June 2018)
Speaker: Professor Andrew Scarsbrook, Consultant Radiologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
This presentation covered basic principles and highlighted tricks, tips and software tools which can be harnessed to help improve personal effectiveness and work-life balance for Radiologists.


Inflicted non-neurological injury in children - The radiologist as clinician and expert (held on 7 December 2017) 
Presented by Dr Amaka Offiah, Sheffield Childrens NHS Foundation Trust
This webinar focused on all types of inflicted injury in children, excluding abusive head trauma, which was the topic of another webinar in this series. The recently revised and soon to be published RCR/RCPCH imaging guidelines were reviewed.


QSI:

QSI: The Manchester experience (held on 21 October 2019)
Led by Catherine Walsh
This webinar explored the Manchester experience of developing engagement within the organisation around the Quality Standard for Imaging.

QSI 1 'Real life experience' (held on 22 November 2017)
Speaker: Ann Pepper, University of North Midlands NHS Trust
This webinar provided insight into the realities and practicalities of going through the QSI accreditation process.

QSI 2 What makes good evidence? (held on 24 January 2018)
Led by: Ann Pepper, Quality and H&S Lead Radiographer, University of North Midlands NHS Trust.
The second in the QSI webinar series focused on the important of good evidence for assessment.


Acute Pancreatitis: aetiology, classification, treatment and complications (held on 13 October 2017)
Speaker: Dr Priya Healey, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital
This webinar described the pathophysiology of acute pancreatitis, and ran through the standardised nomenclature used for the imaging findings and complications of pancreatitis.


Neuroimaging of Non-Accidental Head Trauma (held on 4 October 2017)
Speaker: Dr Dawn Saunders, Consultant Paediatric Neuroradiologist, Great Ormond Street Hospital
This webinar reviewed changes in the latest guidance and recommendations of imaging children with suspected NAHI. It discussed illustrative NAHT cases and their outcome.


Some tips on diagnosing fibrosing lung disease (held on 27 July 2017)
Speaker: Dr Nicola H Strickland, Consultant Radiologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London 
This webinar highlighted some of the key CT features of the idiopathic interstitial pneumonias which can help the radiologist favour one diagnosis over another in this spectrum of fibrotic lung disease processes.


Imaging requirements for stroke in the age of thrombectomy (held on 26 May 2017)
Speaker: Professor Phil White, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University
This webinar focused on the use of imaging in diagnoses of patients' suffering from symptoms of a stroke.


How not to fail in radiology (held on 25 April 2017)
Speaker: Dr Paul McCoubrie, Southmead Hospital, Bristol
This webinar focused on improving the working environment. Tuning up skills can lead to massive productivity gains, up to 25% in some cases. Further more, by streamlining working practice, error is reduced and quality improves.


Ambulatory lung biopsy - a new model for the UK (held on 4 November 2016)
Speaker: Dr Sam Hare, Consultant Thoracic Radiologist, Royal Free London NHS Trust
This webinar focused on early tissue diagnosis in lung cancer. There is an emphasis on the award-winning, innovative 'ambulatory lung biopsy service' and how conventional lung biopsy practice is contributing to poorer lung cancer outcomes. This webinar should help Fellows and members develop confidence in complex & ambulatory lung biopsy concepts. It is ideal for chest and interventional radiologists, as well as respiratory physicians. Learning outcomes.


Liver Biopsy - Everything you've always wanted to ask (held on 29 September 2016)
Speaker: Dr Edmund Godfrey, Consultant GI Radiologist, Cambridge University Hospitals
This webinar discussed how to prepare for and carry out a liver biopsy safely. Alternatives to liver biopsy are reviewed. The importance of a bleeding history and a review of current medication are emphasised. Different techniques are discussed, as well as the duration and need for post-biopsy observation and potential complications.