Courses on Cardiac CT

Goodwood cardiac CT

Last event date: April 22, 2019

Director: Dr Hatef Mansoubi and Ms Tamsin Arnold
Date/Time: 21st &
22nd April 2020
Venue: CMEC – St Richard’s Hospital, Chichester

How to Register:
For more details and an application form please contact Malika Frayard-Smith, malika.frayard-smith@wsht.nhs.uk 01243 788122 ext. 32783/ 84223

Other Information:
The Western Sussex NHS Foundation Trust is proud to present the Goodwood Cardiac CTA course. This comprehensive two-day training course provides a step-by-step hands-on teaching programme for preparation, scanning and reporting of coronary CT angiography. With templates and content that cover scan optimisation techniques and latest evidence-based NICE guidelines, the course is suitable for Radiographers, Radiologists & Cardiologists as well as trainees in cardiac imaging.
£450 including a course meal.

Edinburgh Level 1 and 2 Cardiac CT course

Next event date: April 3, 2020

Course: Edinburgh Level 1&2 Cardiac CT Course
Director: Saeed Mirsadraee & Edwin van Beek
Date/Time: 30 March-3 April 2020
Venue: Edinburgh Training and Conference Venue

How to Register:
Please visit www.ct-academy.org

Other Information:
​The course offers lectures and hands-on experience in the interpretation of 150 contrast enhanced CT coronary angiograms as well as multiple non-contrast coronary calcium scans. Live recorded cases of 25 CT scans will be shown. Cases will be reviewed on Vitrea workstations (maximum 2 delegates per workstation).​

The course meets the requirements for level II accreditation as defined by the British Society of Cardiac Imaging and the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. (Click here to download SCCT document on verification of Level II training). This course is endorsed by the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, the professional society devoted exclusively to cardiovascular CT.

Topics covered include:
1: Optimal imaging: practical physics and imaging protocols – how to acquire the optimal study at the lowest radiation dose?
2: Optimal use of viewing workstations
3: Cardiac anatomy
4: Systematic evaluation and interpretation of cardiac and non-cardiac findings
5: Imaging of ischaemic heart disease with multimodality correlation
6: Coronary artery anomalies
7: Imaging of coronary artery bypass graft disease and coronary stents
8: Imaging of valvular disease and cardiac failure
9: Cardiac tumours
10: Congenital heart diseases
11. Electrophysiology and TAVI planning
12: Non-cardiac findings

This course provides 35 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists


 

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