An intensive and interactive case-based course, organised by Infomed Research & Training in partnership with King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, on Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 November 2019, at the Park Plaza County Hall Hotel, 1 Addington Street, London SE1 7RYCourse feeDoctors in Training [NHS]: £445 (inc. VAT)Consultants and SASGs [NHS]:Early bookers discount until Mon 1 July 2019 £525, then £575 (inc. VAT)Private sector rate:Early bookers discount until Mon 1 July 2019 £595, then £695 (inc. VAT)Course fee includes web access to lecture slides (pdf) when submitted by the faculty, lunch and refreshments and attendance certificate.Accreditation:Approved by the RCR for up to 12 CPD credits [6 credits per day]Course Directors:Dr Lisa Meacock, Consultant Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, LondonTarget audience:Course designed for Consultants SASGs and senior STs in RadiologyAbout this unique course:Numbers strictly limited. Two attendees per iMac workstation for peer interaction and learningOver 100 cases to interpret and report over the two daysIntensive CT trauma interpretation practice, including head and spine, whole body, chest, abdomen, angiography/interventional radiology and special paediatric considerationsShort introductory lectures, offering guidance, practical knowledge, what not to miss and howTime and freedom to review cases at your own paceCase review and discussion panel, Q&A, reporting guidance, tips and common errors to avoidInteractive discussions, what is relevant and significant, take home messages that will change your reporting practiceCourse aim:To provide the busy, Radiology Consultant with a practical, stimulating and comprehensive update on advanced trauma imaging interpretation and reporting: (i) practical (workstation based learning); (ii) stimulating (interactive, challenging cases, immediate feedback); and (iii) comprehensive (head and spine, chest, abdomen, extremities).By the end of the course, the attendee will have:(1) a comprehensive understanding of good/best trauma imaging interpretation and reporting practice;(2) improved trauma imaging interpretation and reporting skills;(3) greater confidence in advanced practice; and(4) identified skills and knowledge gaps, if any, relevant to his/her practice, and clear ways by which these can be addressed.