Radiology update series: Thorax and hepatobiliary organised by the BIR Midlands branch

13th September 2019  09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (GMT+01:00) Europe/London

CPD: 5 points

The BIR Midlands branch presents the first in the ‘Radiology update series study days’. This one day event is aimed at consultant radiologists, radiology registrars, radiographers and any other medical professional, interested in updating their radiology knowledge in-line with current evidence. 

The series focusses on topics in a system-specific method. Lectures will be delivered by consultant radiologists who are highly experienced in their areas of expertise.  This study day will focus on thoracic and hepatobiliary radiology. 

To improve the efficacy of the study day we aim to provide the update in an environment conducive for discussion and interaction.

Educational aims:
  • To gain an up-to-date system specific knowledge in the form of interactive lectures
  • To provide radiology and medical professionals, not specialising in that specific system with adequate knowledge to be able to manage relevant pathology encountered day-to-day in an appropriate manner

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Registration fees:
BIR Member Plan 1   £110
BIR Member Plan 2/trainees   £70
Non-BIR member   £200

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