Introduction to Cardiac CT-Level 1 course Sunday 12th September 8.30am-5pm Keble College, University of Oxford, England, OX1 3PG Cost: £40 per delegate Candidates have the option to attend the course as a stand-alone day or as a £99 special offer for the course + conference + dinner Online Cardiac CT Level 1/2 Course Director: […]
Following on from the popular Christmas presentation by Professor Wolfe, the BSNR would like to invite you to attend a follow up Easter Lecture at 6 pm on Wednesday 21st April. This is entitled “Missing the Gorilla: Radiology, Inattentional Blindness and the Law” and is to be given by the nationally renowned Paul Sankey, one of […]
How to Register: This established 3-day course has been running for 10 years at King’s, with an exceptional faculty of internationally renowned experts in the field of cardiac MRI. The ‘Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance’ course has been approved by the Royal College of Physicians for 18 CPD points. Previous courses have been endorsed by SCMR for […]
The findings of the national audit of downstream testing after a NICE CG95 (2016) chest pain CTCA are now available on Open Heart here.
NHS England via Medtech have released a new policy for commissioners to accelerate the uptake and use of several novel technologies Including Heartflow FFRCT. This replaces central funding of this technology from April 2021. Further information that may be of use to members is provided below. NHS Accelerated Access Funding Med Tech Funding Mandate
The BSCI/BSCCT, in collaboration with the British Society of Thoracic Imaging (BSTI) have released a consensus document on the reporting of coronary, aortic valve and cardiac calcification on non-gated thoracic CT. This has been published in the British Journal of Radiology. It aims to provide guidance for radiologists for reporting incidental coronary and cardiac calcification […]
Reporting incidental coronary, aortic valve and cardiac calcification on non-gated thoracic computed tomography, a consensus statement from the BSCI/BSCCT and BSTI This consensus document, made in collaboration with the British Society of Thoracic Imaging (BSTI) has recently been published in the British Journal of Radiology. Cardiovascular disease is one of the leading causes of death […]