Emergency Radiology Course - Melbourne

Saturday 16 May 2015, 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

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THE INFORMATION BELOW IS FOR REFERENCE ONLY. 

Description

One-day case based review of emergency radiology (medical and surgical) at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne presented by Dr Andrew Dixon and Dr Frank Gaillard. Unique Radiopaedia.org technology combined with an interactive presentation style creates the perfect learning experience. Includes pre- and post-course access to more than 200 cases

Course Topics
  • Upper limb injuries (x-ray)
  • Lower limb injuries (x-ray)
  • Chest emergencies (x-ray, CT)
  • Abdominal emergencies (x-ray, CT, US)
  • Spine, H&N emergencies (x-ray, CT, MRI) 
  • Brain emergencies (CT, MRI)

Note: Does not include major trauma imaging as this is covered in our trauma radiology course.

Who should attend?

Ideal for any health professionals involved in acute care. 

  • Doctors 
    • consultants, registrars, residents, interns
    • emergency, ICU, medical, surgical, GP specialties
  • Non-doctors
    • medical students
    • radiographers
    • nurses
    • paramedics
Cost
  • Non-doctor                     $205  
  • Doctor - HMO's              $305  
  • Doctor - Consultant      $405   

Maximum attendee limits apply to each ticket category

Course fee includes:

  • catering - coffee/tea, morning tea & lunch
  • any special dietary requirements
  • certificate of attendance
  • pre- and post-course access to all cases
  • access to online pre-test
  • post-course access to the live video recording
Video

The whole course will be recorded so you can watch it all again after June 1! This feature is free for all physical course attendees and will allow you to really cement your learning. 

Presenters

Dr Andrew Dixon (@DrAndrewDixon) is a radiologist at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He is recognized both locally and internationally as an engaging radiology educator. In addition to his managing editor role with Radiopaedia.org, Andrew has founded the Radiology Channel on YouTube and the Radiology Signs social media project. In June 2015, he'll be taking his radiology teaching skills to the United States, presenting two workshops at SMACC Chicago.

Dr Frank Gaillard (@frankgaillard) is a neuroradiologist at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. After obtaining his FRANZCR in 2009, Frank completed two years of fellowship training in neuroradiology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital. He is renowned globally as the founder and editor in chief of Radiopaedia.org and as an inspiring radiology educator. 

Dr Andy Buck (@EDExam) is an emergency physician and experienced emergency medicine educator. He is the founder of EDExam.com.au, a website containing resources for emergency medicine trainees. He is also course director of the Emergency Trauma Management Course, an emergency focused trauma course that combines simulation, skills workshops, interactive presentations and expert instructors to bring a fresh approach to teaching.      

Feedback from Trauma Radiology Course

"Loved it. Are you doing a medical ED one?" 

"Awesome experience!"

"It was a great course and one I felt was of great benefit to my professional practice."

"Interactive and engaging throughout."

"Thank you! To be honest I was dreading spending my Sunday in a lecture theater but the time flew thanks to an engaging and interesting presentation! Really impressed, can't wait for the next one!"

"Fantastic course - very time efficient and relevant. All components were helpful and useful!"

"The presenters did a fantastic job providing a clear explanation of how to basically assess imaging. It was good to have an interactive set up and I thought the day was structured really well."

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