Season one presentations
Total knee replacement surgery
Insights into degenerative knee disease; the complete patient pathway from referral to aftercare, and what you as the radiographer can do to boost patient outcomes.
Plain film interpretation of fungal and viral infections
A look at the most common fungal and viral infections that radiographers see on chest x-rays and the radiographic features of each.
A brief history of interventional radiology
An overview of interventional radiology: history, advances, and what the future may bring.
Imaging of the liver and biliary tree
A radiographer’s guide to liver imaging techniques using ultrasound, CT, PET, MRI, nuclear medicine and interventional radiology.
Total hip replacement surgery part one – an overview
An overview of hip replacement surgery plus essential detail about the images surgeons need to get optimum patient outcomes.
Total hip replacement surgery part two – planning
A more detailed look at the the planning process for hip replacement surgery and how accurate images can help the surgeon deliver the best results for each patient.
The common arthritides
An introduction to osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and gout, and the key radiographic features of each.
A survivor of a catastrophic illness explains how he turned a negative situation into a positive learning experience and how the techniques he used can help us in day-to-day life.
When and why chest drains are used and the importance of imaging in diagnosis and the ongoing patient journey.
You can choose your friends
A simple 6 step model to improve communication, reduce conflict, and help teams work together more effectively.
Stress into success
How to minimise the impact of stress on your wellbeing and turn negative feelings into positive successes.
Better imaging techniques for the operating theatre – part one
Tips and techniques to help you produce optimal images for the surgeon using an image intensifier in theatre. Part one of a two-part series.
Better imaging techniques for the operating theatre – part two
A practical demonstration of image intensifier techniques to help you achieve optimal images for the operating surgeon in orthopaedic settings and beyond. Part two of a two-part series.