Study day

Interventional Radiology

About this course

Course code:
Z51000124
Applications:
University
Level:
Professional/Short Course
Department:
Allied Health Professions
Campus:
Glenside
Duration:
One day
Course director:
Donna Dimond

Page last updated 10 September 2019

Introduction

In partnership with the North Bristol NHS Trust, UWE Bristol is delighted to offer a new addition to our portfolio of postgraduate study days.

Embracing current developments in the field of interventional radiology, this event has been designed to consolidate and develop knowledge and skills of allied health professionals who encounter investigative and therapeutic cases in practice or are considering specialising in this area.

Delivered by local experienced advanced practitioner radiographer, consultant radiologists and specialists, a variety of seminars will be on offer with all tutorial sessions utilising digital radiographs.

This course is CPD endorsed by the College of Radiographers.

Accreditations and partnerships:

Structure

Content

Topics covered in the syllabus include:

  • The role of interventional radiology in trauma
  • DVT thrombolysis and venous stenting
  • Stroke thrombectomy
  • Endovascular aneurysm repair
  • Radiation protection in the interventional radiology suite
  • Nephrostomy exchanges
  • Intracoronary lithotripsy
  • Advanced practitioner radiographer led examinations.

Features

Study facilities

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Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

£75 (external delegates).

£30 (UWE Bristol AHP Undergradute student).

Course date

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How to apply

How to apply

Please apply online.

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Extra information

Each attendee will be provided with a delegate pack, refreshments and a certificate of attendance.

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