Course overview

Join our CT Colonography for Radiographer’s Course to support Radiographers in preparing patients for Virtual Colonoscopy. A key course for those new to CTC and those starting up a new service, this course is available virtually/on-demand for international access. Watch anytime on-demand.

Key highlights

This Interactive study day for Radiographers will review a range of CT Colonography cases with expert tutor, Louisa Edwards. We invite Radiographers from around the world (New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Middle East and Europe) to benefit from our on-demand access to watch in your own time.

Suitable for Radiographers that are new to preparing patients for virtual Colonoscopy, as well as practitioners looking to refresh their knowledge, our one-day course will cover a range of cases, providing an in-depth knowledge in colonoscopy prep and polyp detection. We shall discuss protocols and techniques to ensure that you are getting the best possible images, whilst looking at real-life example cases, to broaden your best practice.

Clinical Lead – Louisa Edwards, CT Colon Advanced Radiographer Practitioner at Princess of Wales Hospital

Louisa has been a Radiographer for 16 years and has specialised in CT Colonography since 2010. Having completed a Post Graduate Certificate course in CT Colonography (2017) and MSc Advancing Professional Practice (2021) at Keele University, Louisa currently undertakes CTC training and independently reports CTC examinations. Through her Advanced practice, Louisa has supported her hospital and fellow Radiographers in reducing waiting times by over 70%, speeding up cancer treatment for patients within her hospital.

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Our speakers

  • Louisa Edwards

    CT Colon Advanced Radiographer Practitioner

    Princess of Wales Hospital


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Course programme

09:30 – 16:00 (6.5 hours)

09.30-09.45 – Registration

09.45–10.00 – Welcome and Introductions

10.00-10.45 – Background and pathology

10.45-11.30 – What Makes a Good Scan – patient preparation, techniques and image evaluation

11.30-11.45 – Tea/Coffee

11.45-12.15 – Intubation

12.15-12.30 – Discussion

12.30-13.30 – Lunch

13.30-15.00 – Case Reviews

15.00-15.15 – Tea/Coffee

15.15-16.30 – Case Reviews



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