Suspected Physical Injury Imaging
About this course
Page last updated 12 April 2017
This event embraces the current developments in the field of suspected Non-accidental Injury/Suspected Physical Injury imaging and recent publications by the Society and College of Radiographers and Royal College of Radiologists.
It is designed to meet the specific needs of radiographers by consolidating and extending the knowledge and skills required to act effectively as part of a multi disciplinary team that deals with such cases.
Delivered by paediatric experienced UWE lecturers and local specialists (paediatric radiologists, orthopaedic and emergency department consultants) a variety of different teaching strategies will be used, with all sessions utilising digital radiographs.
Topics Covered Include:
- Skeletal Survey Exposed Meeting the Challenge
- NAI in the Emergency Department
- Normal Variants
- Case Studies
- Brain imaging in NAI
- NAI from an Orthopaedic perspective
Supplementary fee information
£60 Non-UWE Undergraduate student
£10 UWE Undergraduate student (Diagnostic Imaging students only)
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