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Medical Imaging Anatomy Webinar Series

February 2021 - Webinar Series

Registrations are now open for our upcoming Medical Imaging Anatomy Webinar Series with Assoc Prof Craig Hacking and Dr Andrew Dixon. This series of four 1.5 hour webinars covering different body regions is targeted at those about to sit the RANZCR Part I anatomy examinations and will take place on Thursday evenings Australian Eastern time throughout February 2021. 

Webinar dates
All webinars are on Thursday's from 7.30 pm AEDT to 9.00 pm AEDT. If you are outside of NSW, VIC, TAS then please check local times. 
 
  • Week 1 - February 4 
    • Brain and Spine Anatomy
  • ​Week 2 - February 11
    • Head & Neck, Chest Anatomy
  • Week 3 - February 18 
    • Abdomen and Pelvis Anatomy
  • Week 4 - February 25 
    • Musculoskeletal Anatomy
Webinar format 

The format for each of the four 1.5 hour webinars will be as follows:

  • welcome
  • short original didactic lecture/s
  • practice question feedback and discussion
  • general Q&A session
  • interactive quiz
  • conclusion
Additional features

Registration includes 12 months access to Radiopaedia's Medical Imaging Anatomy Course - Online videos valued at USD$120 (8 hours of video teaching, see topics). Attendees will be expected to watch these videos as pre-lectures prior to attending the webinar sessions.

Attendees will have the chance to complete practice questions prior to each webinar (one RANZCR paper 1 style question and one RANZCR paper 2 style question) and to receive group feedback during the live session. Attendees will also be able to pre-submit questions to our presenters for the Q&A session. 

Disclaimer: Please take note of the webinar dates and times prior to registering and make sure you are available. While attempts will be made to record the live webinars for replay, we cannot guarantee this functionality and recommend attending live. If you are not sitting RANZCR Part I then please consider if this event is right for you before registering. 

Registration options

The standard registration fee of AUD$180 is for anyone who does not have current active access to our online medical imaging anatomy course. If you have existing active online access the course (or an active all-access pass) then you may pay the subsidised registration fee of AUD$100. Extra payment will be required if incorrect fee is selected. If you would like to pay as a group then please contact [email protected].

REGISTRATIONS MAY BE CAPPED SO PLEASE REGISTER PROMPTLY
 

Standard Registration

$180.00 AUD

Access to the February 2021 webinar series and 12 months online course access


For those WITHOUT existing active online access to the Medical Imaging Anatomy Course

Subsidised Registration

$100.00 AUD

Access to the February 2021 webinar series and 12 months online course access


For those WITH existing active online access to the Medical Imaging Anatomy Course

Video lecture topics
  • Brain  (38 minutes)
  • Ventricles & cisterns  (17 minutes)
  • Craniocervical vessels  (35 minutes)
  • Skull base & face  (38 minutes)
  • Mediastinum  (30 minutes)
  • Lungs & diaphragm  (25 minutes)
  • Retroperitoneum & renal tract  (26 minutes)
  • Peritoneal compartment  (35 minutes)
  • Pelvis & abdominopelvic vessels  (43 minutes)
  • Neck spaces & larynx  (22 minutes)
  • Spine  (28 minutes)
  • Upper limb  (55 minutes)
  • Lower limb  (52 minutes)
  • Finale quiz  (23 minutes) 
Presenters

Associate Professor Craig Hacking (@drcraighacking) is a radiologist and Director of Medical Imaging at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. He is the former RANZCR chief examiner in anatomy and was on the anatomy examiners panel for 7 years, leading the transformation of the new anatomy assessment reform. He has been teaching anatomy for over 20 years and has spoken at the Annual Conference of Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists.

Dr Andrew Dixon (@DrAndrewDixon) is a radiologist and co-Director of Training at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. He is recognized both locally and internationally as an engaging radiology educator. In addition to his academic director role with Radiopaedia.org, Andrew has founded the Radiology Channel on YouTube and the Radiology Signs social media project. 

Refund policy

No refunds are available for this event except in exceptional circumstances or as required by consumer law. Cancelation requests should be emailed to [email protected] 

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