The A&E Survival Course
|10thDecember2022||Held online live by interactive video||£140.00||
|12thDecember2022||Held online live by interactive video||£140.00||
Now online - live by interactive video
This Course has been running for over 15 years. It is now the largest radiology teaching course in the U.K. More than 800 registrants attend each year.
Each one day course provides a structured approach to interpreting radiographs obtained in the Emergency Department. The teaching programme is based on short lectures, teaching quizzes accessed via your own computer, and interactive tutorials.
NB. The emphasis is on skeletal trauma. Analysis of Emergency Department chest radiographs (CXRs) requires much more than a token lecture or two. Consequently, we have created the The Chest X-Ray Survival Course - for Doctors and other healthcare professionals. Those seeking chest film teaching and tutorials can register for this companion course here.
Please note change of date for August 2021
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7 Category One CPD CREDITS have been awarded by The Royal College of Radiologists to all CPD participants who attend this course.
- Dr. Simon Morley, University College London Hospitals, London
- Dr. Lol Berman, Addenbrookes' Hospital and the University of Cambridge
- Dr. Gerald de Lacey, previously at Northwick Park Hospital, London
- Dr. Denis Remedios, Northwick Park Hospital, London
- Zoom login details emailed to you before the course.
- Access to our teaching radiographs via a webiste liink for use during the quiz sessions.
- Combined answers and tutorial sessions.
- Prize Quiz
- A copy of the book The A&E Radiology - a Survival Guide (Raby, Berman, Morley & de Lacey). Third Edition 2014 (a code is emailed to you in order to download the e-book, or you can choose a hard copy at checkout, for UK addresses only).
NB. Hard copy books need a three week delivery tme, so for bookings received less than three weeks before the course date, there will be a slight delay in delivery. Download codes for e-books can usually be provided fairly proptly, however, you do not need the book to participate in the course, as it is not for pre-course reading, but a handy reference for your place of work afterward.