Despite the technological advancements in medical imaging, the chest X-Ray remains the most frequently requested radiological investigation, and one of, if not the most difficult to interpret correctly. Our 'Combined Chest X-Ray and Emergency X-Ray Interpretation' course provides a comprehensive review of the fundamental principles in chest and emergency X-Ray interpretation. Interactive multimedia live group sessions are undertaken with lectures. The goal of the course is to provide practitioners with the confidence to recognise a normal chest X-Ray, common patterns of disease and to recognise radiographic patterns of trauma and injury commonly encountered for each body area. All lectures are presented by radiologists, specialists in the field of medical imaging.
Niseko Course Information:
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General Practitioners, Critical Care Physicians, Emergency Physicians, Registrars, House officers, Interns, Radiographers, Physiotherapists.
Pre-course Module - Radiographic anatomy
Module 1 - Chest X-Ray principles & techniques, Chest X-Ray terminology
Module 2 - Chest X-Ray assessment of tubes & lines, Chest X-Ray Interpretation of the cardiomediastinal contours & hilum
Module 3 - Chest X-Ray Interpretation of airways, lungs & pleura
Module 4 - Chest X-Ray Interpretation of bones and soft tissues, Chest X-Ray review areas, Chest X-Ray approaches to common clinical scenarios
Module 1 - X-Ray principles & techniques, X-ray terminology, X-Ray Interpretation of the cervical, thoracic & lumbar spine
Module 2 - X-Ray Interpretation of the pelvis, hip, knee, ankle, hindfoot, midfoot & forefoot
Module 3 - X-Ray Interpretation of the shoulder, elbow, wrist & hand
Module 4 - X-Ray Interpretation of the face, skull, abdomen & paediatric points including NAI
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners: 80 CPD points (Activities 506 & 514 - Radiology/Category 1). Training Grant approved for 2 days of Emergency or 1 day of Emergency & 1 day of Surgery.
Australasian College for Emergency Medicine: 12 hours
Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy: 30 CPD points
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons: Maintenance of Clinical Knowledge & Skills - 13 points (or 1 point per hour to a maximum of 13 points) (Excludes Queenstown and Niseko)
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine: Chest X-Ray: 30 PRPD, 30 Radiology MOPS, 30 Surgical MOPS, 30 Emergency MOPS. Procedural grant: 1 day surgery or 1 day emergency. (E1404LBRE). Emergency X-Ray: 30 PRPD, 30 Radiology MOPS, 30 Surgical MOPS, 30 Emergency MOPS. Procedural grant: 1 day surgery or 1 day emergency. (E1405LBRE)
New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technology: 10 CPD credits (Group 2.4)
Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists: 12 hours. Category: Knowledge and Skills - Lectures, 8 credits (or 1 credit per hour attended). Category: Knowledge and Skills - Short courses, workshops and PBLDs, 4 credits (or 2 credits per hour attended).
The Royal College of Radiologists (UK): 12 CPD points (Category 1 - CR 020/14 & CR 021/14)
College of Emergency Medicine (UK): 11 CPD points (Category 1) (UK courses only)
College of Intensive Care Medicine: Pre-course learning: Category 1A: Passive Self Learning, 1 point per hour. Lectures: Category 2A: Passive Group Learning, 1 point per hour. Facilitated discussions, Workshops: Category 2B: Active or Interactive Small Group Learning Activities, 2 points per hour.
Australian Orthopaedic Association: 12 CPD points
Lightbox Radiology Education offers Transfers, Credits and Refunds on most courses - Excludes Custom Courses
Lightbox Radiology Education does not offer refunds, transfers or credits for our online courses.
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