CTC Interpretation course for Radiologists 2019

Monday 1 July 2019 to Wednesday 3 July 2019
Thackray Museum, St James’s University Hospital, Becket Street, Leeds, LS9 7TK
CPD Points: 
18

This course is designed specifically to teach radiologists CT colonography technique and interpretation skills. We believe that well trained radiologists are essential to increase uptake of CT colonography by hospitals and to give credibility for a new service.  Our aim is to teach you a reproducible method for performing CT colonography that can be taken back to your base hospitals and to give you thorough training in interpretation to give you confidence when reporting cases in your clinical practice.

 

To allow this we provide theoretical talks underpinning comprehensive practical training in all aspects of the CT colonography examination and interpretation. We will also cover the clinical and financial principles required to set up a CTC service and provide background to understand the multidisciplinary and multimodality approach to the investigation and management of colorectal disease.

 

The faculty will mentor you during the course – they have a great deal of personal experience in reporting CT colonography, training radiographers in the technique and setting up large CTC services.   

RCR Accredited 18 Category 1 CPD Credits.

The course is a nonresidential course with lectures and practical sessions based at The Thackray Museum, Leeds and will run Mon 11:00-18:00; Tues 08:30-18:00 and Weds 08:30-13:00, the lectures are given by experienced radiologists & gastroenterologists.

Fee £625 without accommodation

Please note that places will be offered on first come first served basis, if you wish to take up a place please e-mail j.volodko@nhs.net 

Contact details

For any queries relating to this event please contact:

Jelena Volodko
Radiology, Glound Floor, Lincoln Wing
St James's hospital, Beckett Street
Leeds
LS9 7TF
United Kingdom
0113 2067167