MSK MRI Mini Fellowship and Workstation Based Workshop: Small Joints Ankle, Elbow, Wrist/Hand MRI
ABU DHABI SEPTEMBER 21-22 2018
Radiology Conference Small Joints MSK MRI Mini Fellowship and Workstation Workshop ABU DHABI UAE 21st-22nd September 2018.
This Small joints workshop will cover MRI of the Ankle, Elbow, Wrist/Hand over 2 days. We will be covering all the major topics in these joints with the full programme below
CME points will be awarded by RANZCR which are recognised by all major international Colleges and Accreditation Deparetments.
The Short Illustrated Answer to Why you might want to come to the workshop.
Why are we having workstation based workshops and not endless days of lectures?
When we report at work, we dont have someone showing us just selected relevant images to make a diagnosis, we have a full dicom study to evaluate and report. We need to be able to evaluate all the information to make the diagnosis and very importantly exclude irrelevant information. Our workshops are based on learning by guided viewing and evaluating 100's of dicom scans on individual workstations, just like you do at work. We feel that this is the only way to learn. To LEARN BY DOING
Mini Fellowship and Workstation Workshop: What's changed in 2018
In 2018 we are having a very major upgrade. We will be running the teaching as a Mini Fellowship with a structured 1 Month Pre Workshop Learning with dicoms, a 2 Day Workstation Workshop and a 1 month Post Workshop review Programme, all aimed at you going back to work and reporting the MRI scans on your list more confidently and accurately.
- The Mini Fellowship is aimed at enabling you to learn, practice and retain knowledge.
- We start 30 days before the workshop with a Pre Workshop Preparatory Course which will be concise and structured teaching of the important MSK abnormalities and will incorporate instructional videos, dicom viewing and posts so that you will have a lot more knowledge before you come to the workshop. The course will have all the information required for a to get a head start on diagnosis.. We aim for you to have a very sound knowledge of the abnormalities before you get to the workshop.
- The 2 Day Workshop will then be focused on guided review of 100’s of cases and we will concentrate on viewing, diagnosing and reporting the dicoms like you do at work.
- Post workshop 1 Month Review to consolidate what you have learnt with dicoms, posts and instructional videos.
We will also have a redesigned and improved the workbook and there will be a lot more quizzes which have been really well received in recent workshops. Our aim is for you going back to work and reporting the MRI scans on your list more confidently and accurately.
What do people say about the Workshop?
Whats the Programme?
Where is the Venue?
Dusit Thani in Abu Dhabi has been confirmed as the Venue. We held our last Workshop in March here and its a great venue.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHERE ARE THE PRE WORKSHOP COURSE AND POST WORKSHOP REVIEW DONE: Both the Pre Workshop course and the Post Workshop Review are conducted online through our Online Learning Centre. These can be done from your home and do not require you to be in Abu Dhabi. The actual workshop will be in Abu Dhabi and requires 2 days to attend.
DOES THE REGISTRATION INCLUDE ACCOMODATION?: The registration includes the 30 Day Pre Workshop Course, The 2 Day Workshop in Abu Dhabi and the 30 Day Post Workshop Review. Accomodation and travel costs to the workshop are separate.
WILL MY COLLEGE OR HEALTH BOARD ACCEPT THE CME/ CPD POINTS: All our workshops are accredited with official CME/CPD Points from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radioligsts (RANZCR). CME/ CPD Points from RANZCR are recognised by most international Colleges and Health Authorities ( eg Royal College of Radiologists). This is similar to attending RSNA and having the CME points accepted by various Colleges/ Heath Authorities areound the world. In some cases we also get specific CME points from the College or Health Authority in the country where the workshop is held (eg in Malaysia from the Malaysian Medical Association).