Courses on Cardiac CT

GE Healthcare Cardiac CT Level 2 Course

Last event date: December 7, 2021

Venue: The Jury's Inn Plymouth

Date/Time: 7th-10th December 2021
Venue:     The Jurys Inn Plymouth, PL4 0AZ, UK

How 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.

Over the 4 days the following topics will be covered:
•       An introduction into the GE workstation software by the GE specialist.
•       Cardiologist Dr Gareth Morgan-Hughes will give a lecture on the relevant clinical aspects of cardiac CT in 2021.
•       Radiologist Professor Carl Roobottom will lecture on the technical aspects of cardiac CT in 2021.
•       Delegate workstation review of 150 contrast enhanced cardiac CTs followed by case review and discussion led by either Carl or Gareth.
•       Self-directed review of 50 unenhanced cardiac CT scans.

Lunch will be provided at 12:00 each day with refreshments served mid-morning and mid-afternoon.

The courses will run from 9am on Tuesday, finishing 12:30 on the Friday. Dates for 2022 will follow shortly.

The London Cardiac CT Academy

Next event date: March 8, 2022

Venue: Hilton London Tower Bridge

Director:  Professor Ronak Rajani
Date/Time: 8-12th March 2022
Venue: Hilton London Tower Bridge

How to Register:
Registrations may be made online:
https://cardiacctacademy.com/register/

About the course:

The London CT Academy was founded in 2015 with the sole aim to provide expert level cardiac CT training to those seeking to further their experience in this imaging modality. It developed from a desire to create a new style of premier CT Academy which placed the emphasis on the learner and novel teaching methods. The underlying ethos of the course is to deliver teaching in an informative and interactive manner to enhance the learning experience for our delegates. For this reason, the London CT Academy was the first in the world to offer a Level 1 online CT course to all delegates as pre-course material prior to attending the on-site Level II Academy. This introduction enabled the delegates to spend more time on the workstations and to maximize their experience and learning from the on-site expert faculty.

Faculty members are carefully selected from around the world for not only their clinical experience in cardiac CT, but also their skills in teaching. The faculty members are Level III cardiac CT practioners with a combined peer reviewed publication record of in excess of 400 manuscripts. Our faculty members have contributed to the new EAVCI Cardiac CT board examination and sit on various committees of the SCCT and ESC. This varied faculty enables delegates to learn from unrivalled experts from different hospitals and institutes from around the world.

The Academy is a non-profit making course with all revenue being passed on to a registered charity whose aim is to enhance training and further the field of cardiac imaging through research. Revenue generated from the course is used to refine and enhance future courses based upon delegate feedback and to provide the best facilities and learning material possible for our Academy attendees.

GE Healthcare Cardiac CT Level 2 Course

Next event date: May 10, 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: 10th-13th May 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: 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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