4th October 2019 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (GMT+00:00) GMT
This one-day event will cover the very important aspect of safe clinical practice, addressing a wide range of issues related to radiology errors. It includes performance management, human factors, complaints and litigation. Specific topics on errors related to imaging of chest, gastrointestinal and neuroradiology are highlighted.
This event is relevant to radiologists of all grades and subspecialty. It is also of educational value to allied health professionals working in the radiology department.
BIR member Plan 1 £80
BIR member Plan 2 £60
BIR Trainee member £60
BIR Retired/Student member £30
Non-member Consultant or equivalent £110
Non-member Other grades £90
Non-member Trainee £90
Non-member Retired/Student £50
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