Emergency Radiology Prepare to interpret emergency imaging, from acute paediatric pathology to adult major trauma

Imaging is core in the assessment of many acute presentations. Radiology’s role is vital in discerning aetiology and recommending onward management. Having a strong grasp of the types of studies and abnormalities encountered in the emergency setting is imperative to ensuring patient safety.

Designed for junior or returning radiologists and other clinicians interpreting time-critical advanced imaging, our Emergency Radiology package was developed in collaboration with the London School of Clinical Radiology. The package comprises X-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI cases with detailed explanations variously covering acute abdominal, neurological, spinal, paediatric, thoracic, vascular and trauma imaging to prepare you for emergency radiology reporting.

Key objectives:

  • Learn how to approach key imaging studies used in radiology emergencies.
  • Identify and describe critical pathologies affecting multiple body systems.
  • Gain exposure to both common and infrequent abnormalities, from clear cases with complications to subtle findings requiring careful review.

This package includes the following modules:

  • 3 19

    Emergency Radiology - Abdominal Imaging

    Real-world abdominal CT cases, training you to identify acute pathologies, from bowel obstruction to haemorrhage.

  • 3 18

    Emergency Radiology - Thoracic and Vascular Imaging

    Hone your thoracic and vascular CT interpretation skills, identifying abnormalities from pulmonary emboli to aortic dissection.

  • 2 5

    Emergency Radiology - Major Trauma Imaging

    Build a foundation in reporting major trauma imaging by assessing polytrauma CTs with injuries involving multiple body systems.

  • 3 22

    Emergency Radiology - Neuroradiological Imaging

    Learn to report acute head CT and identify ischaemic injury, acute complications of intracranial masses and more.

  • 2 8

    Emergency Radiology - Spinal Imaging

    Train in reviewing spine CT and MRI in the acute setting, determining spinal abnormalities and neural compromise.

  • 2 18

    Emergency Radiology - Paediatric Imaging

    Practise interpreting acute paediatric imaging on X-ray, ultrasound and CT, learning how to recognise conditions from fracture to intussusception.

Modules within this package can be completed in any order

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Package Summary

  • Emergency Radiology
  • Created 21 April, 2023
    Last updated 29 May, 2024 Apr 21
  • Module types included:

    • Training 6
  • Training and assessment cases 90
  • CPD points available 15
In association with

London School of Clinical Radiology