Southwest Emergency X-ray Interpretation (SEXI)

Paediatric Skeleton

Study day

About this course

Course code:
Professional/Short Course
Allied Health Professions
Course director:
Donna Dimond

Page last updated 23 November 2016


This event has been designed to meet the specific needs of staff working with children in/alongside the Emergency Department, by consolidating and developing knowledge and skills in a true life clinical setting.

Delivered by a UWE lecturer with specialist paediatric experience, paediatric consultant radiologists and dedicated Childrens' Emergency practitioners, a variety of interactive workshops will be on offer with all tutorial sessions utilising digital radiographs.

This course is CPD accredited by the College of Radiographers.

Entry requirements

Registered practitioner.



Topics Covered:

  • Developing a robust and systematic approach.
  • Salter Harris, Rang and Ogden fracture classifications
  • Evaluation of different anatomical areas (workshops) of the Paediatric skeleton to include often encountered trauma appearances and potential pitfalls in interpretation.

Prior to attendance you will be provided with a pre-learning package.

Prices and dates

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Please bring your own lunch.

Course Date

Saturday 8 April 2017, 08.30 - 16.00.

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