Study Day - Southwest Emergency X-ray Interpretation Paediatric Skeleton
Page last updated 6 June 2023
Embracing current developments in the field of paediatric image interpretation, this Paediatric Skeleton study day has been designed to the meet the needs of staff working in/alongside the Emergency Department by consolidating and developing knowledge and skills in a true life clinical setting.
Delivered by a UWE Bristol lecturer with specialist paediatric experience, paediatric consultant radiologists and dedicated children's 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.
You must be a registered practitioner.
Topics covered typically include:
- Developing a robust and systematic approach.
- Salter Harris, Rang and Ogden fracture classification
- Evaluation of different anatomical areas of the paediatric apendicular skeleton to include often encountered trauma appearances and potential pitfalls in interpretation.
Delegates attending this event will be provided with a pre-learning package.
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- £100 - External
- £50 - UWE Bristol learners on pre-registration programmes
- £50 - UWE Bristol MSc Physician Associates
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