Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance
Next event date: November 19, 2019
Course: Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance
Director: Dr Amedeo Chiribri
Date/Time: Tuesday 19/11/2019, 08:30 – Thursday 21/11/2019, 16:45
Venue: King’s College London – St Thomas’ Hospital, London, SE1 7EH
How to Register:
Fees: £560 external, £190 internal (KCL, GSTT and KCH)
Further details and online application:
The 3 day course has been endorsed by SCMR for level 1 certification and submitted for approval to the Royal College of Physicians for 18 CPD points.
This established course has been running for 9 years, King’s provides an exceptional faculty of internationally renowned experts in the field of cardiac MRI.
It covers the basic principles of CMR, its clinical indications and role in a multi-modality imaging environment. Delegates will learn in lectures and hands on sessions, at the end of the course they will have a solid understanding of when to refer a patient for Cardiovascular MRI and how to interpret CMR images and reporting. It is suitable for cardiologists and radiologists. Previous courses have approved by the Royal College of Physicians for 18 CPD points and by SCMR and EACVI.
King’s is London’s most central university, with five campuses in the heart of London. This central location allows course attendees to take full advantage of having a front row seat in one of the world’s most connected and dynamic cities.
Feedback from delegates attending previous courses:
• Great for level 1 course. AC is very enthusiastic about MRI – very inspiring!
• Very knowledgeable & explains concepts well.
• 5 stars to the course! And all speakers!
• Very interesting case reviews and self-taught time
• Glad Case Reviews and Post Processing were part of the day and able to apply what has been done/spoken about.
• All lectures are well structured and rich in relevance to the lecture subject content.
• Excellent case reviews , superb session, consolidating knowledge
• It was suitable for everyone who wants to start studying CMR
• Well-constructed and organised. Learned there is a good relationship between cardiology and radiographers working together
• I would highly recommend it to a colleague.
• Excellent overview and assessment. Great job Dr Chiribiri, Brilliant
• Excellent! Did what it said on the tin.
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