Home of the Beatles and the famous Cavern Club, this year’s UKIO will be hosted once again in Liverpool, with a theme and focus on Synergy and symbiosis: Breaking down barriers in healthcare.
Our partnership with MEDICA for this year's event is driven by synergy, and we hope to reduce barriers to accessing quality education to Radiology teams through our special partnership offer. With 10% off all courses in June with a special code which you’ll find on the stand, you could be refreshing your Breast Imaging (13-14 June) expertise, Paediatric Imaging (15-16 June) insight, or CT Colonography case experience (22-23 June) on our specialist virtual courses. Alternatively, if certification in Cardiac Imaging is a priority for you, you can save 10% on our Cardiac MRI Mini Fellowship in Cambridge (19-23 June) and Cardiac CT (Level 2) Course (26-30 June in Essex/Virtual). We can also provide a 30% discount on On-demand courses as part of our Summer CME sale so if there are any courses you’d like to access on-demand in June, just let us know.
As we begin our partnership with MEDICA, we hope to enable Radiologists and Service providers, looking to enhance their department with teleradiology services, with opportunities to develop training programmes to suit ever-growing demands on their team's capacity. We also aim to break down barriers in healthcare by building in-house training programmes to support individual teams with their own precise goals – so if we can help with training in an area you need to extend e.g. CTC or MSK Ultrasound services (and we don’t already offer a suitable course), just let us know what you need by emailing Lizzy @ jcaseminars.com or by phoning / What's App +44 (0) 7498 919080.
Lizzy Gatenby will be at UKIO on Tuesday and Wednesday so if you’d appreciate a meeting to talk through solutions to your immediate training needs – please contact for a meeting time.
We hope you enjoy this year's UKIO and your visit to meet the Medica team on stand #A39. Take advantage and chat to their clinical, and recruitment experts and find out what teleradiology would mean for you as a reporter, and how they can support increasing diagnostic demands.