MSK KNEE MRI COURSE ONLINE 2023
CTMRISP MRI KNEE MINI FELLOWSHIP GUIDED COURSE BEGINS APRIL 2023
We are very happy to be collaborating with CTMRISP to have this MRI Knee Online Course ONLY for CTMRISP Fellows in Training and CTMRISP Fellows. Please contact CTMRISP on [email protected] with your name and CTMRISP ID number for pricing and registration details.
Our new and updated 2023 MSK MRI Course Online in MRI KNEE will cover the common abnormalities we see in reporting, focusing on how we assess a scan at work … What to Look for, Where to Look and How to Best Report it.
The focus of this course, like all our courses, is for you to be More Confident in making a diagnosis and to put out a much Better reports. We make sure you understand the detailed and complex radiological anatomy of the Knee, essential to an accurate diagnosis. We also cover the macroscopic pathology of abnormalities in all our Mini Fellowships, which not many radiologists do, but I have found it makes understanding and reporting the imaging easier.
Through these workshops we aim to make you More Confident with your Diagnosis, put out Clear Reports and to have your reports and findings Respected by Clinicians.
WHAT'S IN THIS KNEE MRI MINI FELLOWSHIP
Complex information compressed into the important things you need to know and look for in order to put out a confident report.
A structured 30 Day Course with all of the things below
What do people like you who attend our Mini Fellowships say
BrillIant course. Would encourage most of my collegues to do and truly enjoyed the learning experience. I am a breast radiologist but Prefer to be confident at reporting shoulder and knee MRI as well. For now that is enough. Thank you to Dr Ravi and team...wonderful course.
SOME QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE
The active teaching will be run over 30 days and will cover all the major pathologies seen.
Most online courses you log on, look at the material and if you don't understand something…too bad. That is no way to learn. We show and guide you how and what to look for and how to word your report and then answer any questions you have to clear doubts. It's important to us that at the end of the Mini Fellowship that you are confident to report.
Asking questions and clearing doubts, no matter how small, is a very important part of learning. It stops the anxiety of not knowing and feeling that something is being missed. So we guide and encourage you to ask questions throughout the course.
We use a mix of Concise Posts, Diagrams, How to Videos, Full Dicom Studies & Quizzes.
We also include a chat function where you can ask questions and interact directly with Dr Ravi or Dr Thomas to clarify doubts.
This Mini Fellowship is online however, our aim for you at the end of the course is the same as for the Onsite Courses…For you to be confident with your diagnosis, put out clear reports and to have your reports and findings respected by clinicians. Only the method of delivery is different.
Around 30-45 minutes most days. We would recommend that on weekends you try and spend some extra time reviewing what has been covered during the week. Few good things come without time and effort so you do need to set aside some time every day to get the most out of the course.
The mini-fellowship is recognized for 30 Web-Based Learning CPD points by RANZCR (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists). One CPD Point per hour of Web Based Learning from RANZCR.
RANZCR CPD points are recognized by most Licensing and Health Authorities around the world including RCR in the UK. Please check with your individual licensing authority.
Yes, we issue a Certificate of Completion. We will also have Course Badges that can be added to your LinkedIn Profile or shared to Social media.
You do need to be an active member of CTMRISP or a CTMRISP Fellow in Training working in the Phillipines. The course is not open to other radiologists or the general public.
This workshop would not be suitable for you if you have significant experience in reporting MSK MRI or have done a MSK Fellowship.
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