Wed, 22 Nov|
Online (Live on Zoom)
CT Colonography for Radiologists (Virtual Course)
Join us for our unique, hands-on, CT Colonography course, held virtually (live) for those looking to get hands-on experience in CTC case reviews. In partnership with GE Healthcare, you'll review 50 cases in line with BSGAR guidelines alongside clinical lead, Dr Franco Iafrate.
Time & Location
22 Nov, 08:30 – 23 Nov, 15:30
Online (Live on Zoom)
About The Event
Join us for our unique, hands-on, CT Colonography Course for Radiologists and Advanced Practitioners/Reporting Radiographers. Available to join virtually, this hands-on course offers a unique opportunity for Radiologists and Registrars joining a new CTC service to gain essential skills and techniques, as well as acting as a refresher for those with some experience in the interpretation of CT Colonography procedures.
Using GE Healthcare virtual workstations, over the two days you will have the opportunity to view and report around 50 cases in addition to case-based lectures . In addition to this, we will review anatomy and cover the pitfalls of interpretation (incl. accurate polyp size estimation), complications and pathogenesis and epidemiology of colorectal cancer and diverticula cases.
Navigating through Axial prone and supine views we'll look at a range of 2D and 3D fly-throughs to review haemorrhoids, and malignant tumors and identify polyps that could be removed during the colonoscopy.
If you do not already work within a CTC service, we'll also provide advice on successfully setting one up within your hospital or private setting.
Clinical Lead – Dr Franco Iafrate, Director of CT Colonography Unit at Sapienza University of Rome
Places are limited due to our virtual workspace capacity – Early Booking is Recommended.
12 CPD POINTS can be claimed in accordance with the CPD scheme of The Royal College of Radiologists.
Feedback from previous events:
"Prof Franco was very patient and gave all the time and discussed the cases at length"
(Mateen Siddiqui, North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust)
"I now I feel more confident to report CTC"
(Dr Azher Khan Darent Valley Hospital, Dartford and Gravesham NHS trust)
"Course was very helpful and made interesting by Franco"
(Dr. Sangeeta Gandhi, Consultant Radiologist, Surrey and Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust
Technical requirements for virtual courses
You'll just need good internet to join us virtually. We'll be hosting the case viewer on a server that enables you to view and work through CT cases online. For the best experience, we'd recommend 2 screens and a mouse as laptop viewing is not ideal for the best experience.
Due to servers based in Europe there may be some lag if you are joining us from Asia/Australia/New Zealand, just to be aware.
Please Note: All tickets are fixed to a 20% VAT rate. To be invoiced for this course rather than paying online, please email Lizzy @ jcaseminars.com for an invoice.
8 hours 30 minutes
Day 1 - WednesdayVirtual
6 hours 30 minutes
Day 02 - ThursdayVirtual
Students, Trainees, Registrars, Radiographers,
Gastroenterologists, Consultants, Advanced Practitioners, Radiologists, Surgeons, Fellow, Specialist Radiologist, Advanced Radiologists, Locum Consultant, Associate Specialists, Doctors, Speciality Doctors.