Imperial Nuclear Medicine Study Day
The Imperial NM Study Day is aimed at:
- Radiology SpR’s who want thorough and comprehensive NM teaching and those preparing for their FRCR examinations.
- Technicians and radiographers working in NM.
- Physicists who are working in or interested in NM.
- We aim to show you all common (bone, renal, lung and thyroid scintigraphy) and uncommon NM images (HIDA, octreotide, MIBG, parathyroid scintigraphy) that will be required for everyday clinical practice, the MDT setting, and the RCR radiology training syllabus.
- Teach you how to present NM images, including bone, MAG3, DMSA and VQ scintigraphy.
- Present common PET imaging and indications for the use of PET.
The ‘Imperial Nuclear Medicine Study Day’ course is a thorough and comprehensive imaging based course covering all essential aspects of nuclear medicine required for the RCR training syllabus, everyday clinical practice and the MDT setting.
The course comprises of a series of didactic lectures containing essential facts and the full spectrum of nuclear medicine imaging that would be encountered in the FRCR 2b examination. All the lecturers will be available to answer all those tricky NM questions you may have.
This course is excellent for NM techinicians/radiographers, and NM physicists, who want a full clinical overview of most aspects of NM imaging, including single photon scintigraphy (e.g. bone scan) and PET imaging. We have had excellent feedback from those who have attended previously.
SPONSORED BY SIEMENS – The course is subsidised by Siemens Medical and includes a booklet with all lecture slides, a certificate of attendence, numerous pastries/cakes for tea breaks and a five course lunch!
Venue: Novotel London West Hotel, 1 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London W6 8DR – Tel (+44)207/6600680 – Hammersmith Broadway Tube. For more details follow this link
Course Organiser: Dr Zarni Win
Course Lecturers: Professor Adil Al-Nahhas, Dr Sameer Khan, Dr Tara Barwick, Dr Henry Tam, Dr Neil Soneji, Dr Katherine Wallitt, Dr Kuldip Nijran, Dr Deepa Gopalan