Courses on Cardiac CT

UK Cardiac CT Level 1 & 2 Course

Last event date: June 27, 2022

Course:    UK Cardiac CT (Level 1/2) Course
Director:  Dr Azhar Khokhar
Date/Time: Monday 27th June – 1st July
Venue:     Holiday Inn, Brentwood

How to Register:
https://www.jcaseminars.com/events/uk-cardiac-ct-level-1-2-course-hybrid

Course information:
Join our bi-annual UK Cardiac CT Level 2 study Break this Summer at the Holiday Inn Spa Hotel, in Brentwood, Essex (also held virtually for international access).

Teaching and hands-on training will be led by level 3 accredited BSCI (British Society of Cardiovascular Imaging) trainers and led by our clinical lead, Dr Azhar Khokhar, with the faculty including a mixture of consultant cardiologists and radiologists all with BSCI accreditation.

The course follows the BSCI guidelines for level 2 accreditation, and over 5 days will include formal lectures and hands-on training and analysis of a total of 150 cases as required by the BSCI. The case-mix will include 25 non-enhanced studies, coronary analysis of various pathologies, bypass grafting and extra cardiac findings etc. The formal lectures will cover all relevant topics and examples of rare and interesting cases shown.

After completion of the course, you will be expected to perform and dual report 25 cases in your local settings before applying for level II accreditation.

For this course, there will be a maximum of 2 attendees per workstation (supported by GE Healthcare), and we will keep the numbers attending in-person to a maximum of 24 to increase learning potential and allow you to feel comfortable with asking questions in the small intimate group setting. As a result, early booking is essential. Each candidate will have the opportunity to see live scanning.

If you are looking to gain your SCCT Level 2 certification and be confident in reporting Cardiac CT independently, this is the course for you.

30 CPD Credits can be claimed in accordance with the CPD Scheme of The Royal College of Radiologists

24th East of England Cardiac CT course

Last event date: June 27, 2022

Director:  Dr A Khokhar
Date/Time: 27th June – 01st July 2022
Venue:     Essex
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How to Register:
JCA Seminars website: www.jcaseminars.com

Other information:
We are pleased to host our 6 monthly Cardiac CT Level I & II course, set in an informal and delightful rural setting. Teaching and hands-on training will be led by a mixture of consultant cardiologists and radiologists all with BSCI accreditation.
The course follows the BSCI guidelines for level 2 accreditation and over 5 days will include formal lectures that will cover all the relevant topics. Examples of interesting and rare cases will be shown to supplement the experience. Hands-on training and analysis of 150 contrast enhanced cardiac cases will include coronary analysis of various pathologies, bypass grafting and extra cardiac findings etc.
After completion of the course, you will be expected to perform and dual report 25 cases in your local settings before applying for level II accreditation.
For this course, there will be a maximum of 2 attendees per workstation, we keep the numbers attending to a maximum of 24 to increase learning potential and allow you to feel comfortable with asking questions in the small intimate group setting. As a result, early booking is essential. The course can be attended on site or virtually giving you access to perform case analysis on your own computer.

GE Healthcare Cardiac CT Level 2 Course

Next event date: October 4, 2022

Venue: The Jury's Inn Plymouth

Course:    GE Healthcare Cardiac CT Level 2 Course
Director:  GE Healthcare – Prof Carl Roobottom and Dr Gareth Morgan-Hughes
Date/Time: 4th-7th October 2022
Venue:     The Jurys Inn Plymouth, PL4 0AZ, UK

How to Register:
To register please email imaging.education@ge.com

Other Information:
We are pleased to announce that the return of the enduring Plymouth based doctor-to-doctor Level 2 cardiac CT course. Teaching and hands-on training will be led by Professor Carl Roobottom and Dr Gareth Morgan-Hughes

The course follows the BSCI/BSCCT guidelines for level 2 accreditation, and over 4 days will include formal lectures and hands-on training with an analysis of 150 cases with contrast as required by the BSCI/BSCCT. The case mix will include 50 non-enhanced studies, chest pain patients, known coronary arteries disease, cardiac and congenital cases. The formal lectures will cover relevant but also topical material. Delegates will learn all aspects of post processing techniques and cardiac reporting on the AW workstation, learning to obtain the most from the technology to take back into the clinical setting.

There will be a maximum of 2 attendees per workstation, we keep the numbers attending to a maximum of 12 to ensure an optimal learning environment and more focused discussions. After completion of the course, you will be expected to perform and dual report 25 cases in your local settings before applying for level 2 accreditation.

GE Healthcare Cardiac CT Level 2 Course

Next event date: December 6, 2022

Venue: The Jury's Inn Plymouth

Course:    GE Healthcare Cardiac CT Level 2 Course
Director:  GE Healthcare – Prof Carl Roobottom and Dr Gareth Morgan-Hughes
Date/Time: 6th-9th December 2022
Venue:     The Jurys Inn Plymouth, PL4 0AZ, UK

How to Register:
To register please email imaging.education@ge.com

Other Information:
We are pleased to announce that the return of the enduring Plymouth based doctor-to-doctor Level 2 cardiac CT course. Teaching and hands-on training will be led by Professor Carl Roobottom and Dr Gareth Morgan-Hughes

The course follows the BSCI/BSCCT guidelines for level 2 accreditation, and over 4 days will include formal lectures and hands-on training with an analysis of 150 cases with contrast as required by the BSCI/BSCCT. The case mix will include 50 non-enhanced studies, chest pain patients, known coronary arteries disease, cardiac and congenital cases. The formal lectures will cover relevant but also topical material. Delegates will learn all aspects of post processing techniques and cardiac reporting on the AW workstation, learning to obtain the most from the technology to take back into the clinical setting.

There will be a maximum of 2 attendees per workstation, we keep the numbers attending to a maximum of 12 to ensure an optimal learning environment and more focused discussions. After completion of the course, you will be expected to perform and dual report 25 cases in your local settings before applying for level 2 accreditation.

 


 

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