Adult Brain MRI Review Course - Melbourne
EVENT HAS ALREADY TAKEN PLACE. You can register to watch the course video here.
One day case-based review of adult brain MRI at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne with Dr Frank Gaillard and Dr Andrew Dixon. Course features unique Radiopaedia.org technology including pre and post-course access to more than 100 cases (like this one).
A list of topics covered can be found towards the bottom of this page. A "Neuroradiology Tips and Tricks" session is included at the end of the course to assist registrars preparing for RANZCR Part 2 exams. This bonus session is for physical course attendees only.
Who should attend?
Although ideal for any health professionals involved in care of patients with neurological conditions, the course will assume a general knowledge and is most suited to:
- Radiologists - consultant, trainee
- Neurologists - consultant, trainee
- Neurosurgeons - consultant, trainee
- Psychiatrists / Neuropsychiatrists - consultant, trainee
- Junior doctors - with an interest in neuroradiology
- MRI technologists - with an interest in neuroradiolgy
- Non-doctor $205
- Doctor - Trainee $305
- Doctor - Consultant $405
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 learning modules
- post-course access to the live video recording
The course will be recorded so you can watch it all again after September 14! Please note that the bonus "Neuroradiology Tips and Tricks" session for RANZCR Part 2 candidates will not be in the course video. A series of free pre-course videos are also being produced and can be found below.
All attendees receive a certificate of course attendance and can also print certificates for any pre or post course online learning completed on the Radiopaedia.org website. RANZCR CPD points are:
- RANZCR Imaging Conference = 7 points
- RANZCR MRI specific CPD = 7 points
- RANZCR Web-based Learning = 1 point per hour
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. In addition to his work as a clinical neuroradiologist, he has research interests in brain tumor imaging, multiple sclerosis, neurodegenerative disease and computer aided diagnosis. He is renowned globally as the founder and editor in chief of Radiopaedia.org.
Dr Andrew Dixon (@DrAndrewDixon) is an MRI radiologist at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He completed a fellowship in magnetic resonance imaging in 2012 gaining subspecialty skills in neuroradiology and musculoskeletal imaging. Andrew has quickly established himself as an engaging radiology educator both locally and on the international stage. His outreach efforts include the popular Radiology Channel on YouTube and Radiology Signs project on social media.
- MRI sequence review
- Anatomy tips and tricks
- Intracranial tumors
- Posterior fossa
- Pituitary and pineal regions
- Vascular diseases
- Intracranial infections
- Neurodegenerative diseases
- White matter diseases
- Congenital and developmental
- Traumatic and toxic insults
- "Neuroradiology Tips and Tricks" session for RANZCR Part 2 candidates