9th Essential Stroke Imaging Course
Organiser: Kumar Das (Consultant Neuroradiologist). Intensive 1 day course aimed at Neurologists and Trainees, covering the essential aspects of stroke imaging and image interpretation. 6 Cat 1 CPD. Topics include: MRI/MR Perfusion/Diffusion, MRA/CTA Angiogram, CT/CT Perfusion, How to interpret MRI/CT, Paediatric Stroke, Extensive case studies sessions. Rated Good/Excellent by 95% of attendees. Cost: £150. Places limited. Contact: Sam Pickup telephone: 0151 709 9125 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
29 June 2019
0820 to 1700
Liverpool Medical Institute
11 September 2019
The Chancellor Hotel, Manchester
Baltic & North Sea Conference (BNC) on Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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8 October 2019
18 October 2019
The Principal Hotel, York
Neuroradiology Workshop for Stroke Physicians
- An interactive one day course designed for Stroke Consultants and Senior Trainees.
12 or 13 November 2019
- The course will be delivered as an interactive workshop with viewing of imaging on individual workstations using OsiriXsoftware which mirrors daily practice.
- During each session delegates will be given time to study an array of challenging stroke cases that they may encounter in their everyday practice. These will then be reviewed with short summaries emphasising key learning points with practical tips. Delegates will have an opportunity to ask questions.
- Topics will include interpretation of CT, CTA, CTP, and Case selection for Mechanical Thrombectomy.
12 November 2019
Hilton Tower Bridge, London
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