Emergency Radiology Course - Brisbane
One day case-based review of emergency radiology with radiologists Dr Andrew Dixon and Dr Craig Hacking at the Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital in Brisbane on Sunday 21 October 2018. Learn how to detect important pathologies on x-ray and CT, and how to avoid common interpretation pitfalls.
This interactive course is targeted at non-radiologists and is ideal for health professionals (doctors and non-doctors) involved in the care of emergency patients. Registration includes bonus online access to over 6 hours of video on demand teaching.
- Upper limb injuries (x-ray)
- Lower limb injuries (x-ray)
- Chest emergencies (x-ray, CT)
- Abdominal emergencies (x-ray, CT, US)
- Spine emergencies (online video)
- Brain emergencies (CT)
- Interactive finale
med students, radiographers, nurses, physiotherapists, paramedics
Late registration: $215
Doctor - Junior
doctors in training including interns, residents, registrars & fellows
Late registration: $315
Doctor - Consultant
specialists including emergency & ICU physicians, surgeons & GPs
Late registration: $415
Course fee includes:
- catering - coffee/tea, morning tea & lunch
- certificate of attendance
- online access to all course cases and slides
- immediate online video access (see below)
Note: chest and abdominal trauma is not covered in this course as we have a separate trauma radiology course
All attendees will receive 12 months free online video access to all videos from our 2015 Emergency Radiology Course and the spine videos from our 2016 Trauma Radiology Course valued at over USD$120. Video access commences immediately after course payment is made and ends on 21 October 2019.
All attendees receive a certificate of course attendance.
- Australasian College for Emergency Medicine = 6.5 CPD hours
Dr Andrew Dixon (@DrAndrewDixon) is a radiologist at Melbourne's Alfred Hospital, one of Australia's leading trauma hospitals. He is recognised both locally and internationally as an engaging radiology educator particularly in the areas of trauma and emergency imaging. In addition to his academic director role with Radiopaedia.org, Andrew has founded the Radiology Channel on YouTube and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
Dr Craig Hacking (@drcraighacking) is a radiologist at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with a special interest in trauma and emergency radiology. He is currently a managing editor at Radiopaedia.org and is an executive committee member on the recently formed Australian and New Zealand Emergency Radiology Group (ANZERG). Craig has spoken at many national emergency and trauma conferences including the Australian Trauma Society and the Queensland Trauma Symposium.
Full refund less $80 administration/video access fee for any cancellations received more than 10 days prior to the event. No refund is available for cancellations received within 10 days of the event. All cancellation requests should be emailed to email@example.com.